thanks @twitter JoshHollowayFF for the head up
new interview of Josh by People magazine who went on the set and spoke to Josh about Sawyer and what we can expect now for him and if Sawyer and Kate are really over and the second part is about Josh’s life.
How’s poor Sawyer holding up when we see him again in Tuesday’s episode?
He’s still racked with grief and full of guilt for allowing [Juliet’s death] to happen.
But Juliet’s the one who let go of Sawyer’s grip and detonated the bomb!
That doesn’t erase the shame and guilt of not being able to hold on. At the core, it’s a man’s responsibility to protect, no matter what. Going forward, Sawyer’s all anger. He hooks up with Locke because he just doesn’t care to live anymore. He’s already dead inside.
Are things officially over then between Sawyer and Kate?
Any feelings he allows for Kate are a betrayal to Juliet and their love. As the character, I don’t want anything to do with it. It’s shameful to him. Yet there’s an inevitable attraction. I want the writers to honor what Sawyer and Kate have built together, but I don’t know what that looks like.
Is it fun to get to play two versions of Sawyer this season — one on the island and one in the flash-sideways?
With all the things I’ve been through with this character already, it’s interesting. I thought I’d just figured out Sawyer and now it’s like, “Not so fast!” But life is that way — we think we learn lessons but then they come back for another round.
here severals ABC videos with the cast at TCA.
Josh Holloway and Evangeline Lilly talk about the possibilities that the new andfinal season of Lost will bring. Josh mentions hoe he feels about Juliet’s death and if Sawyer and Kate could work as a couple?
Terry O’Quinn talks about the non-Locke mystery. Michael Emerson talks about the repercussions of killing Jacob. Both tease the season premiere and share their favorite scenes throughout the last five seasons and the mysteries that they’d like to see solved by the end of the series.
Daniel Dae Kim and Emilie de Ravin talk about their characters’ biggest losses if the island gets blown up. They also share what it’s like to lose characters on the show and see castmates leave. Finally they share what they’ll miss the most after the show ends and what Lost mystery they definitely want to see solved before they wrap.
TVGuide.com: The show raises a lot of questions, but is there anything that fans have focused on that you never intended to be a big deal?
Cuse: The polar bears. We sort of felt like we explained the polar bears. We saw polar bear cages. We saw Sawyer locked in a polar bear cage. But people were still like, “What’s up with those polar bears?” That seems to be kind of an obsession. Libby has also been an obsession.
Lindelof: The new obsession is basically, “How many questions are you guys going to answer?” And people are asking us that like Carlton and I are gonna go, “87. We’re just not going to tell you which ones.” Or, “What percentage of the mysteries are you going to answer?” But that doesn’t take into account the fact that some people consider some things mysteries that other people don’t consider mysteries at all or don’t care about. So we basically say, every mystery that is relevant to the characters on [Flight] 815, if they don’t care about it, then it’s probably not going to be answered. So if it’s relevant to them or they’re asking a question, then it’s something that we’re going to deal with. But that’s the story that we’re telling.
TVGuide.com: Is the reset going to be a theme of this season or are you playing with the audience?
Cuse: I think it wouldn’t be Lost if we weren’t playing with the audience a little bit, but by the end of the premiere, you’ll have a sense of what we’re doing. We’re still doing the same thing we’ve always done on the show, which is island storytelling and off-island storytelling. It just now starts to take on a different form in the final season. Like every season, each season is a distinct entity, so by the end of the premiere, you should have a sense of what Season 6 is shaping up to be like.
more questions at tv guide interview with darlton