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Lost audio podcast recap: April 30, 2007

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 30th 2007 4:01PM

Elizabeth MitchellThe new Lost audio podcast is now available on ABC's website. This week, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discussed "D.O.C." and previewed "The Brig." The producers released the following information:

  • Naomi's last name is Dorrit. Damon Lindelof called Dorrit a "Dickensian name," in reference to the Dickens novel Little Dorrit.
  • Lindelof and Cuse reiterated the fact that the crash survivors are not in purgatory.
  • With regard to Naomi's statement about Flight 815, there are two possibilities: Naomi is lying, or someone is covering up the truth about the flight.
  • We will learn more about Naomi's "mission" in later episodes.

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Lost Experience clue in recent episode

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 28th 2007 3:03PM
Yunjin KimAn element from ABC's alternate reality game The Lost Experience turned up in last week's episode "D.O.C." While the game officially ended in 2006, fans have continued to look for clues within the actual show. Their efforts were rewarded last Wednesday during one of Sun's flashback scenes. When Sun visited her father in his office, a logo for Paik Heavy Industries was visible.

Paik Heavy Industries was mentioned in several Lost Experience clues, but was not directly linked to Sun's father at the time. Now it's clear that the company, which has connections to the Hanso Foundation and the Widmore Corporation, is owned by Mr. Paik. The game's central character, Rachel Blake, discovered that Paik Heavy Industries built a ship for the Hanso Foundation. The Helgus Antonius is a medical/container ship that has numerous quarantine wards.

So far it seems like these connections are merely intended as fun Easter eggs for fans who took part in the interactive game. However, it's possible that more of these clues will be integrated into the show's plot. How much Lost Experience content should the writers connect to actual Lost episodes? Will these clues make a difference to viewers who did not participate in the game?

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Lost death pool update: Week twelve

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 27th 2007 12:34PM

Marsha Thomason, Daniel Dae Kim, Henry Ian CusickThe great thing about celebrity death pools is that the deaths really stick. With a show like Lost, nothing is ever what it seems. The show went down the soap-opera route this week, bringing one of its characters back from the dead (or what looked like death). In true Lost fashion, there was no explanation given. Fans naturally had many questions after the episode aired, and death pool participants has even more concerns.

What does this mean for the death pool? As of right now, the points in question are being deducted. As always, the point totals reflect the events of each new episode, so it is possible that things will change as more information comes in. Read on for more specifics about the death and the new death pool standings. If you have not seen "D.O.C" or you wish to avoid discussion of further episodes, please stop reading now.

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Lost: What Naomi really said

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 27th 2007 9:11AM
Marsha ThomasonNaomi, the mysterious parachutist, said some mind-blowing things to the crash survivors in "D.O.C." Besides the bizarre news that someone had found the 815 wreckage and its dead passengers, she revealed that she's multilingual. Over the course of the episode, she spoke Chinese, English, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. She also had a secret conversation with Mikhail.

Lost fans have been busy translating Naomi's statements from Wednesday's episode. TV Squad's Brigitte Dale and many others have pointed out that Mikhail lied about Naomi thanking him. She actually said "I am not the only one." As if the plane crash news wasn't strange enough! Her statement could be interpreted several ways, depending on who she's working with. At the very least, it sounds like someone else could have landed on the island.

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Lost: D.O.C.

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 26th 2007 12:55AM

Andrew Divoff(S03E18) I don't know about you, but the last scene in that episode kind of freaked me out. Naomi the parachutist had better do some talking next week. Creepy revelations aside, how incredible was Yunjin Kim's performance? Between Sun's overall awesomeness and Jin's fighting skills, those two deserve their own spin-off. I haven't loved the Sun-Jin episodes in the past, but this one was amazing!

The Flashback

A long time ago, Sun and Jin were the cutest newlyweds ever. I couldn't stop grinning as they flirted and declared that they loved each other "madly." Their early happiness only makes their later troubles more depressing. The couple barely had time to enjoy moving into their first apartment before dealing with their first crisis.

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Lost audio podcast recap: April 20, 2007

by Erin Martell, posted Apr 22nd 2007 11:08AM

Yunjin KimThis week's Lost audio podcast was full of information about the rest of Season Three. Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse previewed next week's episode, "D.O.C.," and answered questions about recent episodes. Actors Daniel Dae Kim and Yunjin Kim also discussed their theories about the paternity of Sun's child.

  • Yunjin Kim and Daniel Dae Kim each thought they knew the truth about the father of Sun's baby. It turns out that each actor was given a different answer from producers.
  • The actors were surprised at fan's reactions to "The Glass Ballerina." Some viewers believed that Jae Lee was pushed to his death, but Yunjin Kim confirmed that he did, in fact, commit suicide. She said that the script made the suicide far more clear, but that the episode was edited in a way that made Jae Lee's death more ambiguous.

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