Thursday, February 05, 2009

Analysis: Lakers grow up, exorcise demons in Boston

By Rob Peterson,
Posted Feb 6 2009 2:39AM

BOSTON -- It was cold and crisp in Boston on Thursday as the temperature never rose above 20 degrees. Snow and ice made the streets slippery and people hurried to get inside to escape the chill. Outside of TD Banknorth Garden, there was no mistaking it was February in New England.

But later that night inside the Garden, it felt like June as the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics turned up the heat in an intense, Finals-level battle. But unlike last June, this time the Lakers were the ones celebrating at midcourt.

Showing a grittiness, a toughness and an edge they either weren't capable of or were reluctant to show during last year's Finals, the Lakers planted their feet, stood their ground and struck back at the Celtics with a hard-fought 110-109 overtime win (Recap | Box Score).

The Lakers are now 5-0 on their current six-game road trip, and in sweeping the season series from Boston, secured the tiebreaker against the Celtics in the race for home-court advantage in the postseason. The Lakers also snapped a double-digit Celtics' winning streak -- again. On Christmas in L.A., the Lakers brought the Celtics' franchise-record 19-game streak to a screeching halt. Thursday night, Boston's streak stopped at 12.

For the Lakers, this win was impressive and important on many levels. So far, they have weathered the loss of Andrew Bynum. The Lakers have also conquered their grueling schedule as this victory came on the second night of a back-to-back and third in four nights.
The Lakers on Thursday night snapped the Celtics' 12-game win streak, securing the league's best record:
Highlights | Box Score | Recap | Postgame Interview: Kobe Bryant
• Thomas: Rivalry remains solid

Physically, they matched the Celtics blow-for-blow. During a pause in the action early in the first half, Kevin Garnett and Pau Gasol went cheek-to-cheek and looked as if they were doing an angry dance while whispering sweet expletives in each other's ears. In the second half, the refs assessed two sets of double technical fouls.

"It's a physical game," said Paul Pierce, last year's Finals MVP, "but you have to come to expect that. Two of the top teams in the NBA battling for the best record in the league. You have to come to expect that type of game."

Yes, you expect that type of game from the Celtics, but not from the Lakers, who seemed to wilt when confronted with the Celtics' intensity last year. Not this time, as Kobe Bryant noted that his squad showed maturity it didn't have in the past.

"I think the growth that we had from last year to this year," Bryant said, "when they went on those 8-0 runs, we kept our poise. Last year, 8-0 runs turned into a 15-2 run.

"That's something we couldn't weather and I think we've grown tremendously in our execution and our poise."

Bryant's assessment proved to be astute. On three occasions in the second half, the Celtics appeared as if they were going to run away with the game. But each time, the Lakers answered with a 3-pointer. Derek Fisher's trey cut Boston's lead to 59-53 early in the third quarter. Late in the third, Jordan Farmar nailed one to slice Boston's lead to 79-74. In the fourth, the Celtics took a five-point lead, their largest of the fourth quarter, only to have Lamar Odom shave it to two with another 3-pointer, one of nine the Lakers made.

And then there was Bryant, who had been brilliant in New York on Monday with 61 points and in Toronto on Wednesday with 36. He was far from great on Thursday, going 10-for-29 from the field, but he was great when the Lakers needed him most: in crunch time. He hit three 3-pointers in a span of four minutes, the last giving the Lakers a 101-100 advantage with 1:30 to go in regulation.

"I shot the ball like crap for three-and-a-half quarters," Bryant said, "which is funny because that's how the game goes. You miss 15-footers and all of a sudden you knock down 25-footers.

"I knew when I have games like this, from experience, that down the stretch, those long shots tend to fall, and the easy ones don't."

Psychologically, the Lakers exorcised the demons of last year's Game 6 39-point defeat.

"It was very important, mentally," Gasol said. "For us to come into this building and play the way we played and battled the way we battled tonight.

"We should be proud and it should be an example of how we should play every night."

If the Lakers can follow Gasol's advice, then they are the team to beat in the NBA.

Meanwhile, this game showed that the defending champs have no room for error. Kevin Garnett returned after missing two games with the flu, but fouled out with 4:22 in regulation. The Celtics may have been able to survive without K.G. against Minnesota and in Philly against the Sixers, but they couldn't do it against the Lakers.

Therein lies the difference between this year's Celtics and last year's. They lack depth and experience, and in turn their young bench may not be capable of coming through in crunch time. Teams will leave second-year forward Glenn "Big Baby" Davis to attempt wide open 15-footers. And why not, when he misses seven of the eight he takes. It may have been a different story if the Celtics could have turned to a vet as they did James Posey or P.J. Brown last season.

However, the one Celtic who could hit those 15-footers late was sitting on the bench in warmups with a towel wrapped around his head.

"It was very tough to watch," Garnett said. "More than anything, it's frustrating. I never like to miss any games. I've always said if I can walk, I can play. It tells you what kind of days I had.

"We're not here to talk about me, we're here to talk about how we let a good opportunity slip."

As for wanting another opportunity to take on the Lakers again, Garnett left no doubt.

"Hell, yeah," he said, "we're the champs, right?"

For now, yes. But if the Celtics aren't careful, they could get a good look at the Lakers doing a victory dance at Staples Center in June. As for the Lakers, they will spend the next 36 hours in Boston before flying to Cleveland for a game Sunday against LeBron James and the Cavaliers. In that time, they can revel in the fact they are the best basketball team on the planet.

Well, until Sunday at least.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

West Dominates East in Las Vegas
->Kobe Bryant poured in a game-high 31 points to earn the second All-Star MVP award of his career.

West 153, East 132

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 18 (AP) -- Viva Kobe Bryant and the best of the West.

Bryant, Carmelo Anthony & crew lit up the Strip with their own version of Showtime, romping past LeBron James and the East 153-132 Sunday night in the NBA All-Star game.

An event that some locals called the biggest thing to hit Las Vegas featured showgirls, acrobats, magicians and Elvis impersonators.

Then it was time for Bryant and his teammates to take over in the first All-Star game outside an NBA city.

"I think we had a little flair, a little Vegas in there,'' West forward Shawn Marion said. "Hopefully the fans enjoyed it a lot.''

Bryant scored 31 points, had six of the West's record 52 assists and was picked as the MVP. Amare Stoudemire added 29 points for the West, which quickly built a big lead and held it this time, a year after blowing a 21-point cushion in a loss in Houston.

Anthony, a late addition to the team, scored 20 points and Marion, who played at the Thomas & Mack Center at UNLV, added 18.

James scored 28 points for the East, and Dwight Howard had 20 points and 12 rebounds. The East barely shot 40 percent through three quarters in a game that isn't known for its defensive intensity before a late flurry during garbage time.

"We got here at 2 o'clock,'' Shaquille O'Neal said. "There's a lot of stretching and standing around. We were all kind of stiff, so the game was a little lopsided. But that's OK, they came here to see a show and they got a show.''

Dwyane Wade had only 10 points on 5-of-12 shooting, but he had reason to be tired after hosting events Thursday and Friday night. Those were two of the many functions that kept the players out until all hours of the night.

Still, the game was secondary to the show in this most unusual of All-Star games - and it was quite a show.

With tickets unavailable to the public, brokers were asking more than $20,000 for a top seat. Jay-Z, Beyonce, Diddy, Prince, Eva Longoria and Adam Sandler were among those who scored spots in the front row, and Christina Aguilera and Toni Braxton performed at halftime.

The event started with a celebrity red carpet, where Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, flanked as usual by his showgirls and backed by entertainer Wayne Newton, vowed again to get the NBA here full-time with a new arena to play in.

Magicians Siegfried and Roy then welcomed the fans to Las Vegas, before introducing the showgirls who escorted Newton out to the stage for a performance of "Viva Las Vegas.'' After the East All-Stars were introduced, Newton took the stage again for another performance before the West players were announced.

After another Las Vegas entertainer, Danny Gans, sang the national anthem, it was finally time for some basketball - after about a 45-minute pregame.

Perhaps that took its toll on the players. There were missed dunks and passes thrown out of bounds by both teams, but the East was by far the worst. They missed seven of their first nine shots, including a blown dunk attempt by O'Neal.

James later almost injured himself when he tried to throw himself a pass off the backboard and tumbled over another player, and Jermaine O'Neal appeared to tip in a basket for the West.

A first-quarter timeout brought out some performers from a show at the Tropicana, but there was a serious moment at the end of the period when Bill Russell was among the former Boston Celtics who took the court with the daughter of Red Auerbach, who died last year.

The West led 39-31 at the end of one, and quickly pushed that lead into double digits in the second quarter - Shaquille O'Neal missed another dunk during that stretch.

The lead ballooned to 23 when Bryant nailed a 3-pointer and followed with a dunk on the next possession, and the West was up 79-59 at halftime.

Bryant had 17 points at halftime and Anthony added 12. James scored 16 for the East, but none of its other players was in double figures.

The East climbed out of a 21-point deficit to win last year's game in Houston, but didn't show nearly the fight this time. Stoudemire fueled a 10-0 run that made it 95-65 with 8:20 remaining in the third quarter, and the West was up by 31 heading to the fourth.

Rolling Star Lyrics
Performed by: Yui

Yume ni made mita you na sekai de
Arasoi mo naku heiwa ni kurashitai

Mou gaman baka shiterannai yo
Iitai koto wa iwanakucha
Kaerimichi yuugure no basutei
Ochikonda senaka ni bai bai bai
Kimi no fighting pose misenai gao!

Yume ni made mita you na sekai wa
Arasoi mo naku heiwa no nichi jyou
Demo gen jitsu wa hibi to rabu de
Tama ni kuyandari

shiteru sonna rolling days

Kitto uso nante sou kimi o motanai no

All my loving sou janakya yatterannai

Yume ni made mita you na sweet love
Koibitotachi wa kakuregao sagasu no
Demo gen jitsu wa aenai hi ga
Tsuzukinagara mo shin jiteru no lonely days

Oh yeah oh tsumazuitatte

way to go yeah yeah
Dorodoroke rolling star

I want to live in a world of peace
Without conflict, like the oneI’ve seen in my dreams

I just can’t keep it inside
I’ve gotta say what I wanna say
The bus stop at twilight, on the way home
Saying bye bye bye to the sad backs of others
Your face doesn’t show your fighting pose

A world like the one I’ve seen in dreams
Without conflict, daily peace
But in reality I sometimes worry about
Love and the day to day grind

Those rolling days!

You would never hold a lie, no never
All my loving, without it, I can’t go on

Sweet love like I’ve seen in my dreams
Lovers searching for hidden faces
But in reality the days we can’t meet
Continue on, but I believe lonely days

Oh yeah oh even if you stumble,

way to go, yeah yeah

A muddled rolling star

Saturday, February 10, 2007

LOST TV series (SEASON 3 episode 7)

Hi guys finally the wait is over... got this video from youtube enjoy



Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

News on lost (from

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Zap2It - Holloway finds that getting 'Lost' can be a dirty job
Most fans are used to seeing Josh Holloway looking all sweaty and grimy as his character, castaway con man Sawyer Ford, struggles to survive on ABC's "Lost."
So it's a little surreal to see the tall, lanky actor settling into his chair in the bar of this luxury Southern California hotel. For starters, he has traded in his grotty island togs for a stylish all-black ensemble of slacks, leather jacket and a scarf around his neck -- partly because a freakish cold snap has turned the air outside chilly enough to accommodate that "Lost" polar bear.
The main thing, though, is that Holloway looks so -- well, clean.
The 37-year-old actor bursts into good-natured laughter when an interviewer asks him to start dishing the dirt - specifically, just how filthy he and his castmates have to get for their roles in the Emmy-winning ABC Wednesday drama series.
"We come to the set clean in the morning, I promise, freshly showered, and to be honest, that's the difficult part of the morning routine," Holloway says. "I mean, normally an actor goes to a makeup trailer to get fixed up. We go there to get destroyed. Then they bring out what they call 'the hero shirt,' the one with all the dried blood and the gunk and it stands up by itself. You put it on and it's just kinda nasty, because they can't wash it for reasons of continuity.... Read the full story here.
(7:40 PM)

Zap2It - 'Lost' Star Battles CBS 'Demons'
Have we truly seen the last of Michael on "Lost"?
Harold Perrineau, most recently seen sailing off toward the horizon in last season's "Lost" finale, has signed on to co-star in CBS' "Demons," another mythology series.
The drama focuses on a priest-turned-psychologist who performs exorcisms. Perrineau will play the main character's long-time confidante, a friend since seminary.
According to the industry trades, "Demons" is in first position on Perrineau's slate, which would limit the "Lost" producers in their ability to resolve Michael's story arc any further.
The "Oz" and "Smoke" star has used his "Lost" downtime to shoot a trio of features in "Your Name Here," "Gardens of the Night" and the zombie-tastic sequel "28 Weeks Later." Read the full story here.

Update on Lost...

Lost TV series is back guys.... its been a long while... and will stay as long as May 07. yehey

LOST's Fall Season Ends November 8, 2006; Show Returns February 7, 2007

On November 8, Lost will air its final episode of the Fall Season, "I Do." The show will then be replaced by the new Taye Diggs show Day Break. But don't fret! Lost will be back on February 7, 2007! The show will then air all-new episodes with no reruns every week starting February 7 until its May season finale. So don't miss this week's episode, "I Do"! Producers promise a cliffhanger that will leave us wanting more!

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Do you believe in ghosts? Have u ever seen a Lady in white? Someone possessed by an evil spirit maybe?

Well I haven't. To see is to believe ayt?

Anyways a friend lend me her copy of the TV series supernatural, its a story about 2 brothers trying to find their missing father and got stumbled into some adventurous ordeal... well how will I say it.. vanquish evil or confused spirits...

Since I just a little boy... got this theory that spirits really exists, I haven't seen them yet but I have this feeling that they are there just watching us... well anyways enough about my boyish fanatics, what i like about this TV series is that in every episode they feature a chick whether she maybe a ghost or a victim I still kept my eyes open for lapses in the footage (for eg: peeking for more skins while they take a bath or dive in the lake a very dark lake to be precise) hehe... what a jerk.... I'm becoming a movie pervert.. hehehe anyways. here's the plot of the story.. courtesy of wiki.... ehehehe


When Sam Winchester was an infant and his brother Dean was four years old, their mother, Mary, was murdered on November 2, 1983 (All Souls' Day in the Roman Catholic Church). Her husband, John, saw blood dripping onto Sam's cradle, looked up, and found his wife pinned to the ceiling, her midsection sliced open. A moment later, she burst into flames. John told Dean to take baby Sam outside and made a desperate and futile attempt to save his wife while the house was consumed by flames.

Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki, left) and older brother Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles, right).

After a psychic told John that a demon was responsible for Mary's death, he became obsessed with finding and destroying it. He trained his sons to recognize and defend themselves against paranormal entities. Sam and Dean became resourceful sleuths and competent fighters in order to assist their father in his quest to destroy dangerous creatures and find the demon that had killed Mary. However, Sam chafed against the lifestyle his father chose for him, eventually falling-out with his father and leaving to live a "normal" life. He attended Stanford University on a full scholarship and lived with a girlfriend, Jessica, in an apartment near campus. But when Dean appears one night during the autumn of his senior year, bearing the news that their father has gone missing while on a "hunting trip," Sam reluctantly agrees to help Dean look for their father.

The brothers trace John to Jericho, California, where they find more clues about their father's location and help solve a murder mystery. However, Sam declines his brother's invitation to continue the search and conduct more hunts, opting instead to return to his life with Jessica. Unfortunately, shortly after arriving in his apartment, he finds her pinned to the bedroom ceiling, bleeding from the abdomen. As Sam watches helplessly, she bursts into flames and dies in the same manner as his mother. Dean rescues his brother from the burning apartment, and the bereaved Sam decides to resume the search for the demon who killed his mother and his girlfriend. The Winchester boys then pick up the trail of clues leading to the whereabouts of their missing father.

Eventually the brothers locate him, and he reveals the extent of his knowledge of the demon that killed Mary, and his intention to kill it. At first he opposes the boys' involvement because he fears losing them, but eventually he yields and all three Winchesters, now in possession of a gun that can kill any being, band together and start to hunt the demon in earnest. However, due to a series of catastrophic events (beginning with John's capture), they are eventually overpowered by the demon, who, while possessing John, nearly tortures Dean to death before Sam can shoot him in the leg with the Colt. Sam tries to rush Dean and John to the hospital, but a demon strikes again, totaling the Impala and leaving all three Winchesters incapacited. While in the hospital, John makes a deal to save comatose Dean, trading the Colt along with his own life. Both Dean and Sam struggle to cope with John's death while trying to continue their job.

Saturday, December 02, 2006

I recently visited to see what are the new games in pc now to keep me updated a little bit about my favorite subject in college and in high school, which is playing computer games... hehehe

Another game from the trilogy The Lord of the Rings,

The Battle for Middle-earth II, The Rise of the Witch-King.

This upcoming expansion to The Battle for Middle-earth II will let you battle as an evil faction centuries before Frodo, Aragorn, and all the rest.

to see the screenshots of the game click here:

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Lost Season 3 Reviews Cont.

Well I guess I don't really have the time to do all these reviews, but I sure love doing it.

I got the idea to write reviews from here:

The Lost Blog

And below are some of his works.

Key Points from "I Do"

Lost Review: Episode 6, Season 3 -- Jack stages a dramatic coup while Sawyer and Kate don't see nuthin' wrong with a little bump n' grind.
Read this story »

Key Points from "The Cost of Living"

Lost Review: Episode 5, Season 3 -- The smoke monster takes the life of a key character and Jack discovers a big rift between the Others.
Read this story »

Key Points from "Every Man for Himself"

Lost Review: Episode 4, Season 3 -- Sawyer gets a dose of Other vengeance after a botched escape attempt. Meanwhile, Jack makes an unexpected house call.
Read this story »

Key Points from "Further Instructions"

Lost Review: Episode 3, Season 3 -- Locke, Desmond and Eko survive the hatch implosion, but each soon encounters their own significant predicament.
Read this story »

Key Points from "The Glass Ballerina"

Lost Review: Episode 2, Season 3 -- Sun, Jin and Sayid try to ambush the Others, but the plan goes awry. Meanwhile, Kate and Sawyer are put to work in the Others' chain gang.
Read this story »

Eye Direction and Lying
Eye Movement and Direction and How it Can Reveal the Truth or a Lie

A friend told me this and its sounds interesting, its about how eye direction can indicate the presence of a lie.

Its from

So can the direction a person's eyes reveal whether or not they are making a truthful statement? Short answer: sort of. But, it isn't as simple as some recent television shows or movies make it seem. In these shows a detective will deduce a person is being untruthful simply because they looked to the left or right while making a statement.

In reality, it would be foolish to make such a snap judgment without further investigation... but the technique does have some merit. So, here it is... read, ponder and test it on your friends and family to see how reliable it is for yourself.

Visual Accessing Cues

The first time "Visual Accessing Cues" were discussed (at least to my knowledge), was by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their book "Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) " From their experiments this is what they found:

When asked a question a "normally organized" right-handed person looks (from your viewpoint, looking at them):

Up and to the Left
Indicates: Visually Constructed Images (Vc)
If you asked someone to "Imagine a purple buffalo", this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they "Visually Constructed" a purple buffalo in their mind.

Up and to the Right
Indicates: Visually Remembered Images (Vr)
If you asked someone to "What color was the first house you lived in?", this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they "Visually Remembered" the color of their childhood home.

To the Left
Indicates: Auditory Constructed (Ac)
If you asked someone to "Try and create the highest the sound of the pitch possible in your head", this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they "Auditorily Constructed" this this sound that they have never heard of.

To the Right
Indicates: Auditory Remembered (Ar)
If you asked someone to "Remember what their mother's voice sounds like ", this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they "Auditorily Remembered " this sound.

Down and to the Left
Indicates: Feeling / Kinesthetic (F)
If you asked someone to "Can you remember the smell of a campfire? ", this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they used recalled a smell, feeling, or taste.

Down and To the Right
Indicates: Internal Dialog (Ai)
This is the direction of someone eyes as they "talk to themselves".

The Gist of it...

How this information is used to detect lies:
Example: Let's say your child ask's you for a cookie, and you ask them "well, what did your mother say?" As they reply "Mom said... yes." they look to the left. This would indicate a made up answer as their eyes are showing a "constructed image or sound. Looking to the right would indicated a "remembered" voice or image, and thus would be telling the truth.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006


Lost is back pips.

From now on, I will be posting stuff related to the most awaited TV series entitled Lost, and on their 3rd season, these guys reveals it all,

the things that people were asking about on the first airing of LOST SEASON 1 episode one are now answered but the storyline got more

interesting for these so called others are living on the same island like villagers, like what we saw on the film by M. Night Shyamalan "The
VIllage" where people are living on a secluded area and with no contact with the outside world.

Episode 1 entitled

"A Tale of Two Cities ",

The episode begins with the "Lost" eyeball, which is the only thing in the first few minutes that offers any clue we're watching "Lost."
(damn right! I taught I was watching Desperate Housewives but then again this gives people ideas that Im watching it but Im not, anyways back
to the topic at hand), The eye that Im talking about belong to Elizabeth Mitchell

(who will play as santa clause's wife on the upcomming The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, here on Lost she played the character of Juliet

the woman who well,... I don't really know what is her position here with the others but she has this shriek figure and she knew the lives of

survivors and she uses her charm to talk to their awaited guests...especially with Jack), so right then she was putting a disk then music

played, it was

Downtown by Tony Hatch... |she had this odd

look on her face, Im not quite sure if she had woken up on the right side of the bed or did she fell from it, anyways after the music played

she got ramped up, but then a beeping sound from the oven broke her concentration, only knowing her cookies were burnt.... she really had had

woken up on the floor if you asked me... then she went outside.. was greeted by her neighbor and it seemed like she was living on a normal

subdivision, until then a strong and shakening sound from the ground and from above sturtled them, when they went to see outside to see what

it was, they saw a plane crashing down and had broken up in two, now I told myself ahh... that was the plane that Jack, and the others were
on that crashed to this mysterious island. suddennly Ben (Henry Gale)

was there (the one that they had captured the leader of these so called others) and he started people orders like to act like survivors and

such... the first scene showed that the others were merely living on this island quite realistically (if this is the word, someone must

correct me on this but this is what my mind is telling me to use anyways am I getting side tracked here or what) on this remote island like

for God knows how long and what they are doing here.

Now Thats one good way to start a season... more questions.... hahahaha...

Anyways the question now is what happend to Jack, Kate and Sawyer?

Hmm.... pretty good question ei.. hehehe

The answer? Well lets start with our good looking doctor JAck...

Jack, doctor and surgeon Jack, woke up from a flashback scene of his X wife, now Im pretty quite used to the style of LOST where flashbacks

of the lives of the characters, this time it was Jack's, it showed how desperate and paranoid he was when he knew that his wife was meeting

another guy, the odd part is he taught his father had an affair with his X wife which is pretty much ironic,

he was so paranoid that he even accused his father of such, when the only thing that his father is doing is helping him stand up to his feet.

So back to Jack's awakening... he found himself in a dark cellar, I taught it was a cellar, I couln't say it was a room also, it looked more

like a torture chamber, but the truth is was an old aquarium where dolphins and sharks were studied in the Pharma institute or what it used

to be. The first thing he immidiately noticed was his arm, it had this band aid on it, looks like he was drugged or somthing, did I mention

that the room was locked?, and it has this viewing fiber glass wall that Jack was face smacked cause he couldn't see it and he repeatedly

kicked hoping he could smash it but to no avail.

Lets switch to what happend to Kate and Sawyer... Kate woke up with the sound of water comming from a shower... then a man entered (an old

hag to be precise.. hehhe no offense) and instructed her to take a shower, how accomodating ei... they were abducted and now would a hot

shower with clean towels, shampoo's and a cute dress can ease off Kate's anger? hmmmm.. I don't think so.. but ei. Kate shed more skin here

than usual, she's a damn damsel in dress if you ask me.. anyways.. she was then brought to the beach, where a cottage of breakfast awaits

her, but hey... Henry Gale was there who woulnd't be surprised... hehehhe she was offered breakfast but with a pair of hand cuffs on her hand

that Henry politely ordered to place it on by herself... but breakfast did not go well as planned for the... so to the cage Kate... onward

march! hhehe I'm fooling around with you.. they were not marching but.. the cage thinggy its real, Sawyer was even there to comfort her,

hmmmmm.. not the appropriate word to use.... fish biscuits is not what I had in mind in saying she was comforted... hehehe Yes ladies and

gentlemen... Fish biscuits.. for the bears actually for the cages that they were in were for bears(polar bears to be exact)... hehhe... did I

say that they are not in the same cage.. but it doesn't relly matter does it? Well Sawyer woke up on the weirdest place ever... He was in a

cage for "bears". quote and quote hehhe.. but ei this cage has cool features it has this built-in puzzle thinggy and when Sawyer figure it

out.. actually solved the puzzle, waaaalla!!!". fish biscuits and some feeds awaits for the hungry Sawyer. poor Sawyer. hahaha...

some cool trick to eat breakfast don't cha think...Hmm.. were you wondering whether they ever tried to escape?

Well they did, lets start with Jack.... Remember Juliet? she offered Jack breakfast but Jack was not so cooperative so, when she entered the

room Jack rushed towards her and emmidiately held her as a hostage...

and tried to escape by opening a hatch not knowing what is behind door number one is running water(I think the aquarium was under water so

that explains where the water was comming from)... so after Jack and Juliet tried to close the door to stop the water from comming in, a

punch to the face by our lovely Juliet messed up his escape plan... As for Sawyer, he got out of his cage alright with the with help of this

boy(teenager) that was in other cage, but again... he was caught by no other than Juliet herself again well Juliet saves the day again...


then she stung him with her electric gun. hehehe pretty amusing to to see that Sawyer's thing with women gets him everytime... so back to the

cage naughty Sawyer... hehhehe maybe you will master the art of getting fish biscuits Sawyer hehehe... Now what about KATE? heheh Kate as

struggled as usual seen by the bruises in her hand by the hand cuffs... showed her sobbering face to Sawyer as she saw him in the cage...

So here ends my review of the fisrt episode... watch out for my next review hehehe.... got to go...