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Okay, we know we're a little late on the Lost recap from last week's season premiere, but hopefully you'll forgive us. For those of you who haven't gotten a chance to sit down and let yourself be consumed by the island madness and mystery, just know that we're slowly (very, very slowly) learning more about The Others and why they're so goddamn creepy.

Lost is a show that will never please everyone at once, and the fact that a television show is able to spark so much debate is what makes it so good. Others might disagree, but we loved it. The first five minutes of Season three's first episode "A Tale of Two Cities" was a total mindtrip. Confirming audiences and islanders suspicians, the Others aren't the cave-dwelling simpletons they attempted to portray. With book clubs, muffin baking, and suburban architecture, at first glance, the Others would seem to fit in better on Wisteria Lane.

Okay, so what happens to Kate, Sawyer, and Jack? Well, Kate is put in a dress and is forced to eat a deeelicious breakfast with our old friend Henry Gale (who's real name is apparantly "Ben"). He creepily tells her that "the next two weeks are going to be very unpleasant." Oh my god, creepy. And poor, poor Sawyer. Not the smartest of the bunch, he showed us his ability to win a cookie by pressing a button, like your everyday lab rat. Sawyer as a caged monkey, basically.

The flashback and main storyline was based on Jack's failed marriage, and Jack's daddy issues. That guy seriously has some problems he needs to work out. While Kate's wearing dresses and Sawyer's all caged up, Jack is an underwater hatch-like chamber with Juliette, (the girl who played Angelina's girlfriend in Gia!), a new character introduced. While she seems all sweet and innocent, she's an Other, and can't be trusted. Don't fall for it Jack!

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So, we didn't see anyone else besides those three (and what's the deal with this love triangle?), but feel that the more the show can give us about the Others, the better. It's been two years, and I think we finally deserve to start getting some answers dammit.