And just because Lilly doesn't want to see Kate with Jack or Sawyer, doesn't mean she doesn't have thoughts on who her character should end up with.
She may have slipped a major spoiler in the video below.
Lilly, who had been a fan of Tolkien's books since she was 13, On July 18, 2013, Lilly debuted the book, titled The Squickerwonkers.
Lilly has stated that future books will each reveal a new Squickerwonker character and unique vice, which will eventually become the undoing of the character.
The illustrator for the book is Johnny Fraser-Allen of Weta Workshop, a New Zealand-based concept design firm that worked on films including The Hobbit.
His love story with Penny resonated more universally with fans than any other on the show, and the Desmond-centric episode 'The Constant' is often named as one of when it debuted, but his womanising character Stephen was written out after the first season, with Cusick mysteriously saying that the show "wasn't a good fit" for him.
Cusick is currently a series regular on The CW's post-apocalyptic drama Infiltrating an established love triangle after two seasons of build-up is no mean feat, and yet Mitchell struck up enough chemistry with both Matthew Fox and Josh Holloway that the triangle became a quadrangle, and "Jacket" and "Suliet" became worthy alternatives to Jate and Skate.
She came to prominence for her starring role as Kate Austen in the ABC series Lost (2004–10), for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award and received a Golden Globe Award nomination.