Lost: A very strong episode, I thought -- the third season may turn out to be the strongest of the three (but I may only feel that way because we are not done yet). Last week I complained that Locke's actions seemed only generated by what the writers need, rather than what his character would do, but in this episode we understand the last one better -- he is on a dark mission that will culminate next week, and nothing is going to get in his way. He will kill people and blow things up because he can. Next week we get the Locke flashback we have been waiting since the beginning for, and I for one, expect it to be amazing. This week's episode also featured a pretty good secret in the flashback and a fantastically strong ending beat a moment before the credits. I am sorry for being vague, but I don't want to spoil anything.
In other Lost stuff, Sara noticed a bit of last week's episode that was horribly thought through -- I will put it in the comments, because, as much as I love the show, this made me laugh because she is dead right.
I also saw the new Saul of the Molemen, the new Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job, and the new episode of Mr. Meaty. If you have not seen the last go find it on youtube. It is a fantastic puppet show on Nickelodeon about two guys that work in a fast food joint at the mall. The puppets are wonderfully grotesque -- the mouths crease in a horrible way; most grotesque of all is the shop owner, an insane Texan in a wheelchair who has a desiccated skull (with no nose) for a head, a wheelchair tricked out with horns, and a foppish assistant with a chip in his head. Great stuff that combines the edge of Adult Swim with something that is also fun for kids.