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KATE’S ON THE RUN, ON ABC’S “LOST”
“What Kate Does” – Kate finds herself on the run, while Jack is tasked with something that could endanger a friend’s life, on “Lost,” TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Lost” stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Emilie de Ravin as Claire, Michael Emerson as Ben, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Ken Leung as Miles, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Terry O’Quinn as Locke and Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana.
“What Kate Does” was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Paul Edwards.
Thanks to Carry for the heads up.
Poor Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell). As if falling into the Swan hatch and exploding the bomb wasn’t enough of a sendoff at the close of Lost’s Season 5, she died in the simpulan season opener in Sawyer’s arms — after a simpulan kiss and a mysterious message. While fans are still mourning the loss of Dr. Burke, TVGuide.com jumped on the phone with Mitchell, who’s shooting ABC’s alien-invasion drama V in Vancouver. The 39-year-old actress says that Juliet may be dead, but Mitchell is returning to Hawaii soon as the show winds down. So who was Juliet asking to coffee? What does “it worked” mean?
TVGuide.com: It felt like we watched you die twice and it was harder the second time around. Was it even more of a heartbreaking moment for you playing that with Josh Holloway?
Mitchell: [Laughs] I’m so sorry about that. You basically just watched me die again. That’s exhausting. I guess it was bittersweet. I was so happy to be there because I didn’t think I was coming back at all. I was grateful. I enjoy V so much, so it felt like icing on the cake. I like Josh so much. We came full circle together in so many ways, so for us, it was just a joy to be together. I enjoy him so much, he has a new baby, he’s full of love, laughter and excitement. The playing of it was fun and the hanging out with him was fun. He just plays guitar and we sang and had a good time. I would work with him anywhere.
TVGuide.com: We hear you will be returning again. When will we see that?
Mitchell: Yes, I will. I wish I could tell you. I don’t think I’m allowed to, but I shoot it pretty soon, so I don’t know when it will be, but it is going to happen. They’re trying to work out the dates right now.
TVGuide.com: With whom will you have scenes?
Mitchell: I wish I knew. I actually really don’t know that. You know those last lines she had in the premiere, where she said, “We can go dutch,” she was obviously talking to somebody. I just don’t know who she was talking to, so I feel like it will be really interesting to find out who and what situation that’s in. Maybe that’s what they’re going to do.
TVGuide.com: Fans like to think she was asking Sawyer to coffee and maybe we’ll see them together in the finale.
Mitchell: You know, that’s what I think in my head and I certainly hope that’s what it is. As a matter of fact, they told me when I come back that we’ll see her and then they told me a situation and what my emotional temperature would be, but they wouldn’t say anything about who with. [Evangeline Lilly] and I keep hoping that it’s going to be Kate and Juliet together; the two of them having coffee, hanging out, talking about everything. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: Who would you like to see Juliet end up with: Jack, Sawyer or neither?
Mitchell: It’s really hard to say because I always felt like Kate and Sawyer had the most amazing chemistry. As it’s gone on, I feel like Kate and Jack are having this wonderful chemistry. Given that everything is split all over the place, maybe Juliet gets one or the other in one of the times. I actually felt like she was the most peaceful with Sawyer, so I would love to see her peaceful. She was so happy. She loved him so much. I love [Matthew Fox], but I think it could be James at this point in time, which is a complete turnaround from where I was before.
TVGuide.com: They do have the alternate story line. Might we see her off the island?
Mitchell: Exactly. I don’t know. That’s my assumption. I’m assuming that we will. I know I will get the script soon, which will be very hard to get away from my husband because it will have all kinds of answers.
TVGuide.com: Is it the finale that you’re coming back for?
Mitchell: It might be. It will be towards the end. They are in their last bit of shooting, so it will be near the end somewhere, but I don’t know where.
TVGuide.com: Through Miles (Ken Leung), Juliet conveyed that “It worked.” Is she talking about the alternate universe?
Mitchell: How cool was that?! That’s what I thought, that’s exactly what I thought. You know how devious and genius the producers are. It could be anything. We can think we have it completely sewn up and they just turn us on our ears; that’s what they do.
What ending would you like to see for Juliet?
Thanks to KeepingAwake for the heads up on this article with Nestor
Even though Bandar Ceme Online I’m trying to remain unspoiled, I’ve heard that you may have already taped a Richard flashback episode. Hypothetically, if that did happen, did it hypothetically turn out like you thought it would?
I think we can safely say that I did shoot one. I obviously can’t go into detail as to the nature of the episode, but the writers delivered a script that I was really blown away by. I’ve been wondering for three and a half years who my guy is, and I’ve been writing my own history to justify what I did; when I finally got it, I realized how off the mark I was, but I was really blown away. It’ll come in at the midpart of the season, and it’ll answer not just questions about the origin of my character but really also the mythology and the real nature of the island. It’s a big reveal, and it wildly exceeded my expectations.
Is it the sort of thing where the writers will let you know that your episode is coming up, or does it just arrive on your doorstep and you’re like, “Oh shit! This is my episode!”
They gave me a bit of a heads-up, and I can’t say why, but there needed to be one. I knew it was my episode about two episodes in advance, and [co-executive producer] Carlton Cuse also called me and said how excited he was about the episode and how much it would reveal. When he called me, I said, “Oh my God, I can’t wait to read it now,” and then when I read it, it blew my mind. Part of me always wondered, “Do I really want to know everything about this guy? Do I want it to remain a little bit of a mystery and not get a full backstory?” But when I read how they handled it, it was really quite amazing. They revealed quite a bit, but there’s still some questions I don’t fully know, and I’d imagine we’ll get some of those answers. The bigger questions about him, though, they do tackle.
What’s going on with the “flash-sideways?”
Say goodbye to flashbacks and flash-forwards, and hello to this season’s “different kind of storytelling device” the producers cryptically teased for months. “The flash-sideways enable us to return to Season 1’s character-centric episodes,” explains executive producer Damon Lindelof. “They’ll show what [the characters’] lives would have been like if Oceanic 815 had landed and how their lives are different from the lives that we knew before.” In one reality, the bomb sent the islanders back to 2007 after Desmond had blown up the Swan hatch. In the coinciding alternate reality, “We’ll all criss-cross in very different ways,” says Yunjin Kim (Sun). “Certain characters will recognize each other and certain won’t.”
So should we discard all we learned in the previous seasons’ flashbacks?
Pretty much, says executive producer Carlton Cuse. “All that matters now are the flash-sideways stories,” he says. “These stories contain differences that you don’t need to try to reconcile, but loyal fans will find interesting.” For instance, Evangeline Lilly says Kate’s flash-sideways reveals that “instead of being a really tormented fugitive on the run, she’s now a fugitive-on-the-run who gets a kick out of it.” In his Ben-centric March 9 episode, Michael Emerson says, “You’ll see a man who is only faintly recognizable as the Ben we’ve known. What if Ben had been born and lived in unextraordinary circumstances? What might he have been like?” Josh Holloway tells us that Sawyer’s March 16 episode will show Sawyer is “the same guy, but on the other side of the law.” The March 30 Sun/Jin story will reveal “a totally different relationship” for the couple, explains Kim, where “they are no longer living in Seoul and Sun didn’t have to leave Jin at the airport.” And Hurley will no longer be cursed by the numbers. “He went from being the unluckiest guy in the world to the luckiest,” says Jorge Garcia. “He’s rich in good fortune.”
Here is a little snippet from one of our sources about some of the current roles that LOST is auditioning for. Nothing major, but interesting that we might see the Dharma Submarine again? I would assume these roles would be at the earliest for Episode 6×14.
“Just found out that they are auditioning for a role of a Navy Submarine Captain today, but they were auditioning for a total of 3 roles. No word on the other two roles. Yet.”
Source: The ODI