star says three years has taken ‘a bit of a toll’ on Claire

Cape Breton Post - - SPORTS - BY CAS­SAN­DRA SZKLARSKI

play sort of the old Claire, or the orig­i­nal Claire in flashes, but ... three years has taken a bit of a toll on (new) Claire and she’s a lit­tle dif­fer­ent right now,” de Ravin said while in town to pro­mote her up­com­ing film, Re­mem­ber Me.

“She’s been liv­ing on her own. Her only con­tact has been with Locke who is no longer Locke, or as she calls him, her friend. Her only ob­jec­tive in th­ese three years ... is to try and find her son, to try and find Aaron. That’s all she’s been try­ing to do and it hasn’t worked so there’s quite a bit of built up frus­tra­tion there as well, which comes out in quirky ways but also vi­o­lent ways and un­pre­dictable man­ner.”

Last Tues­day’s episode was full of sur­prise rev­e­la­tions in­volv­ing a gun-tot­ing, wild-haired Claire and the other cast­aways.

While Claire ap­pears to be un­der the sway of a nasty ver­sion of Locke, Ja­cob leads Hur­ley (who in turn, leads Jack) to a light­house where they find a bizarre con­trap­tion con­sist­ing of di­als and mir­rors that re­veal their lives off the is­land.

De Ravin ad­mits to hop­ing for a happy end­ing for her char­ac­ter, but given the show’s wild lean­ings, notes any­thing is pos­si­ble.

“It’d be nice to see her back with Aaron,” said de Ravin. “But that could also hap­pen, I sup­pose, in a (time) flash. It doesn’t have to hap­pen in is­land time.”

Lost re­turns to CTV on Tues­day.

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