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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Sep 24, 2008 S4 : Transcript of Commentary on Finale Kiss

Thanks to Sarah, and susan14509 for this transcript of the commentary on the Finale Kiss. Special thanks to Clarisse from Brasil for the actual transcript.

Carlton: So this scene here was obviously one of our big and favorite moments in the story and you know. We're, you know, all season long we have been dealing with the, well, all show long we've been dealing with the romantic triangle between Kate and Jack and Sawyer, and for us this was a huge moment in that story, you know, we've seen actually in the show earlier this year that Jack and Kate got engaged in the future and now we're basically in a place where we know that that is coming up we know they'll sorta be together in the future. We know that Sawyer is not one of the Oceanic 6 and now we're actually gonna get to see how that actually all transpires. At least a part of it.

Damon: And most importantly we know that Kate and Jack's future relationship in fact that he proposes to her, she accepts his propposal, all comes apart because she is doing something for Sawyer and lying to Jack about it. And this scene, this is the last time Kate and Sawyer see each other before she leaves the island, so whatever it is he whispers to her obviously is what sort of catalyzes and ultimately destroys her relationship with Jack. As a result of that relationship being destroyed Jack starts popping pills and seeing his father and all these things, so this scene, Sawyer whispering to Kate actually is sort of a major critical plot -

Carlton: By the way, in a production level, those stuff actually dumping into the water, we actually see them splash dowm, I just, I never can see that enough.
Damon: This is awesome, I mean, again, you look at this scene, you go, you know, not to toot our own horn, because actually we're tooting the horn of the amazing production crew down in Hawaii, but all of this was shot in a period of 3 and a half weeks and it really has-, it's stuff like that that makes you feel like you're in a feature film

Carlton: This is where Sawyer tells Kate that she's got something, like, in her teeth

Damon: Yeah

Carlton: He tells her there's a green something-

Damon: She says "Why are you telling me this?". He says "Because I don't want you to get a cavity. Gengivitis could-"

Carlton: Now he sucks it out of her mouth

Damon: Oh my God, you're totally ruining the beauty of this moment.

Carlton: I think the people who watch the DVDs need to know a secret that they don't have to wait until season 5 to get.

(Sawyer jumps)

Damon: He says "Don't forget to rinse with Flourine" and jumps out.

Carlton: Now that was actually, that was no CG, that was a real stunt guy who jumped twice, once from about 85 feet and the second time from 105 feet out of a helicopter.

Damon: That's Josh Holloway in a pool at the Alaka'i, surfacing

Carlton: That shot was an amazing shot, this incredible stunt guy actually jumped over 100 feet from the helicopter into the ocean.

(Kate crying)

Damon: And that's a stunt tear that just came out of Kate's eye.

Carlton: No, that was a real tear.
Deleted scene between Hurley and Sawyer.

Sawyer wants to throw some chicken in the trash.
Hurley: Oh, that's perfectly good
Sawyer: It's perfectly rotten.
Hurley: Dude, there's nothing wrong with this. I know chicken. (puts chicken back on the fridge)
Sawyer: Listen, Hugo, there are 50 other fridges in this place, just full of food poisoning. Why the hell do you gotta crash with me anyway?
Hurley: I don't wanna live alone
Sawyer: Fine, stay. When you're puking up that chicken I ain't holding your hair.
Hurley: Awesome. Oh, and if Kate shows up I'll split.
Sawyer: Kate ain't showing up.
Hurley: What did you do?
Sawyer: Why are you taking her side? She got all freaked out thinking she might be pregnant. Got mad at me because I said "Let's hope you're not".
Hurley: So you two...
Sawyer: Yes, us two.
Hurley: Well. She'll forgive you, dude. Just give her some space. She'll show up eventually.
Sawyer: Ain't I lucky to be bunking up with Dr. Ruth
Hurley: You're welcome
Sawyer: Are you wearing cologne?
Hurley: Maybe
More Darlton:
About the next helicopter scene where Jack sees Kate looking out of the chopper:
Quote: Damon: There's this great little throw away line, he says "In case anybody else wants to jump" we got to play this aspect to the triangle, and there's a great tragedy here in what Jack says, because the audience knows they'll never get to go back for Sawyer, but it's sort of noble that he's saying that because at this point of the game he just saw Sawyer and Kate kiss and he's kind of writing her off again
About Sawyer's swimming to the beach scene:

Quote: Damon: Sawyer thought "Oh, this shirt is slowing me down, I better take it off so I can come out of the water looking like a big beef cake"

Carlton: The mystery of when he took that shirt off and what he did with that shirt will be a good flashback

Quote: Lizzie: Juliet is drunk on the beach. And Sawyer comes out of the water but she's too drunk to appreciate that, which is fantastic.

When Kate slapped Jack

Quote: "it's amazing that the beard stayed on after Kate's slap"
They spent half of the scene talking about the beard and the other half about Jeremy Bentham

Source: susan14509 via Lost-Forum

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