Hubby was always making excuses for the evil women on “Lost.”
“Oh, Nikki is not that bad. She only killed one guy. What about Cheney? He is responsible for the murder of hundreds of thousands.”
“Oh, I am getting to understand Juliet now that they are showing her back story. She had to make some tough choices. She’s not so bad.”
“Kate really murdered that guy out of the goodness of her heart.”
Now, in my 112-hour marathon review of past “Lost” seasons, I realize why hubby REALLY was watching the show. It was not that he felt empathy for all those lost, misunderstood characters.
It was all the mud-wrestling and wet tee-shirts.