By DAN COMPORA
Source: SyFy Portal
Sawyer's character evolution from a low-life con man to a man willing to perform a selfless sacrifice was the highlight of the episode. Despite the gunfights and explosions, redemption is a tough act to beat.
I like how Walt was reintroduced into the story -- and the fact that he is older and bigger makes perfect sense in the context he was reintroduced. Well done.
What Didn't Work
I had to wait through about four minutes of commercials to see Part 3.
Keamy took a bit too long to die. Yes, he was wearing a bullet proof vest so it wasn't totally unexpected, but it was a bit predictable. However, in an episode that offered so much in the way of explanations and action, it really is hard to find a serious complaint.
Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
"There's No Place Like Home: Part 2" was written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. It was directed by Jack Bender. "Lost" stars Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Jorge Garcia, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Michael Emerson.
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