Three years later: The sun is shining, people are playing outdoors and Old New Otherton looks like Mayberry. Sawyer takes long, strong strides across the compound and stops when he notices a pretty little flower bed. He picks a yellow daisy, sniffs it, smiles and continues on his way. Cut to a vase full of flowers. It rests on a table, alongside a bottle of fine Dharma Initiative wine and a garden salad. Sawyer opens the door, smiles appreciatively (not aprishtively) at the prettily set table, takes a whiff of whatever's cooking, and says, "Mmmm," like he's cooking something up, himself. Juliet greets him with a "Hey, there," as she drains a pot of pasta. Once that's done, she turns to him with a playful smile and he waves the daisy at her. Her expression grows serious, but not sad. "Is that for me?" Sawyer tells her she was amazing, today. Amazing?! He can't have been influenced by this season's "star" of The Bachelor because he's currently stuck in the '70s and the series writ large hasn't progressed past 2007. Right? Right? Right? (Please, please, please no.) They embrace and Sawyer chuckles. Juliet strokes the back of his head and thanks him for believing in her. She pulls her face back for a moment, and gives him a quick peck on the lips. Sawyer growls, and I fan myself as he moves in for a real kiss. Her pasta is going to get all sticky lying there in the colander, if she doesn't toss it with some olive oil or sauce, I'm just saying. She's getting kissed by a growling Sawyer, though, and Dharma spaghetti's probably free, so what does she care? When their kiss ends, Juliet smiles even before she opens her eyes, then says, "I love you." Sawyer smiles back. "Hmm. I love you, too." He growls again, and moves in for another kiss and we cut to commercial. Let your imagination finish the scene the way you see fit.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: A | 2580 USERS: B
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