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Of course, any deal with the devil must inevitably backfire and "Meet Kevin Johnson" is all about the repercussions. While we're not given any information on how Michael actually made it back to the mainland or how he managed to integrate back into society without anyone finding out who he was, we do learn that his relationship with Walt has been shattered.
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Michael's guilt for the murders he has committed finally caught up with him and has destroyed his life. It's a fitting portrayal of a good man who has made a terrible decision and is now filled with regret and self-pity.
None of this really is surprising though. It seemed like the natural course for Michael's life to turn to hell once he had left the island. The key to this episode is redeeming Michael in the eyes of the audience who had last seen him as a murderer. In this respect, the writers succeed. A distraught Michael seeks out suicide as a last resort but instead finds himself once again cutting a deal with the Others.Lost REACTION - 4x8 "Meet Kevin Johnson"
Gainey makes his return in this episode as Ben's liaison to Michael off the island. From a narrative standpoint, it's interesting to see that the devil who destroyed Michael's life may also be the only person who can help him find redemption.
Of course, like Ben says, he never told Michael to kill anybody. I get some new lines? That said, as an episode in a vacuum, "Meet Kevin Johnson" was quite good.
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While Michael was never my favorite character, his story was an important part of the show. His struggle to deal with the guilt from his Faustian bargain to save Walt was another moving example of how the writers this season are really trying to build on the emotional impact of everything that's happened before.
We also got some intriguing hints about the big picture -- notably that the island's power can, in fact, extend to the mainland which might explain a lot about Charlie visiting Hurley in the premiere -- and a fine performance from Mr. I can deal with waiting a month to see the story continue, but if the strike had kept new episodes from being produced until next season, it would have been the most disappointing "Lost" finale since we didn't get to see what was in the hatch.
Because I fell asleep shortly after the episode ended and want to get discussion going quickly for those of you near a computer on Good FridayI'm going to go straight to bullet points: I'm not saying all of those things couldn't happen within four weeks except maybe the healing, though you can attribute that to some weird island powerbut it's an awfully tight squeeze. Also a chronology question: He was with Jack for much of the season, and if we didn't see him during every episode while Locke was hanging with the Others, he was there for a lot of them, and then he died after Naomi was on the island and therefore well after Michael had already gone to the freighter.
One of the unfortunate casualties of the show's format, where most episodes are dominated by one character's story, is that other characters tend to get, well, lost for long stretches.