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'Lost' - 'The Substitute' Recap

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 17th 2010 8:05AM
'Lost' - 'The Substitute'
The numbers! The numbers!

Lindelof and Cuse have been teasing us for a while now that they might not reveal the significance of the numbers. Without doing so directly, I think they gave us something huge connected to them tonight. Finally, after a lackluster episode last week we're getting some information we can sink our teeth into. Locke-centric episodes always seem to be good for that.

The character connections in the flash-sideways reality were really coming at us hard and heavy tonight, with appearances by several favorites as we discovered how John's life could have been. It would appear that some things have definitely gone better for our paralyzed friend, while in some other respects he's the same sad sack John Locke we came to know and love over the past five seasons.

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Here's Something to Give Your 'Lost'-Loving Significant "Other" on Valentine's Day

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 11th 2010 6:10PM
Lost cardWhat do you get the 'Lost' fan for Valentine's Day? DHARMA chocolates? A copy of 'The Third Policeman?' Advil to take at 10PM every Tuesday night when the latest episode is over?

How about a 'Lost'-themed card? These are pretty darn clever. The Ben one on the right is my favorite. I love the expression on his face, and you can imagine him saying those words.

The card after the jump is my other favorite, though since it's addressed to Kate it seems like only a handful of 'Lost' fans would be able to use it.

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Lost + Petula Clark = awesome parody song

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 27th 2010 2:30PM
This is an extremely clever song for the last season of Lost, courtesy The Fine Brothers. It wonders if the writers of the show are actually going to answer all of the questions posed by the first five seasons. And it's all done to the tune of "Downtown" (original after the jump!)

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Other countries are getting all the cool Lost promos

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 25th 2010 4:28PM
We're not getting many glimpses of the new Lost season (except this promo, which has about 1 second of new footage), but they're getting some overseas. This is a Spanish teaser for the new season, and the cast actually participates in this one.

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Here's everything you need to know about Lost, in 8 minutes, 15 seconds (of course)

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 6th 2010 11:28AM
This video is fun whether you're a diehard fan of Lost who has never missed an episode or someone who has never seen the show but wants to see "what this show is all about." It's a summary of what has happened on the show since the beginning, all in 8 minutes, 15 seconds.

Now let's wait for fans who find things wrong with this video or ask "hey, they left out _______!"

[via GQ]

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Here's the new promo for Lost (from Spain)

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 1st 2009 8:02AM
We aren't getting too many promos for the last season of Lost from ABC (and zero new footage), but this promo from Spain is pretty damn cool. It's hard to see if there's any new footage (I don't think there is), but it's very well done.

[via Popwatch]

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The new trailer for Lost is really lame

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 30th 2009 4:33PM
ABC has released a short teaser for the upcoming last season of Lost that starts in January (probably). Take a look and tell me if you find it as lame as I do.

There's no new footage! Come on ABC, give us one quick scene, a piece of dialogue, the back of someone's head, a shadow, something.

[via The Live Feed]

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Here's the poster for the final season of Lost

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 15th 2009 3:26PM
Lost posterEvery season ABC releases a poster for that season of Lost. And every season, dedicated fans try to figure out if there are any clues hidden in the poster (here's a bigger version).

Here's the poster for the final season, which starts in January. Looks pretty basic at first, just the logo and the entire cast (though please note some of those cast members!) at the top. But the letters of the show's titles look like they have symbols in them. Go crazy fans!

[via Pop Candy]

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You can get your own Ben Linus bobble head doll at Comic-Con

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 10th 2009 4:28PM
Ben Linus bobbleheadComic-Con is coming up, and the lucky people who get to go are going to see a lot of very cool things. Included in that list of things is this Benjamin Linus bobble head doll from Bif Bang Pow! It shows Ben will his arm in a sling and bruises all over his face. It's a limited edition and it costs $17.

If you squint, it could pass for Keanu Reeves.

[via The Daily What]

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Sneak Peek: tonight's 100th episode of Lost

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 29th 2009 12:02PM
Tonight is the 100th episode of Lost, and it's one that revolves around Daniel Faraday. We haven't seen much of him in the past several episodes, except for his appearance at the end of the last episode when he emerged out of the sub and met Miles. I have a feeling something big is going to happen tonight, and judging from this clip I think I'm right.

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Michael Emerson talks about the Smoke Monster, Lost fans, and the show's 100th episode

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 27th 2009 11:45AM
It's rare to get an actor like Lost's Michael Emerson on a network TV show. He's quirky, slightly off-kilter (I mean that in a good way), unpredictable with his line readings, and someone that can do as much with a look on his face as with a speech of 1000 words. In other words, he's a good actor. Here's a clip from TV Guide where Emerson talks about filming that "judgment" scene with the Smoke Monster (yes, I'm capitalizing it), the show's 100th episode (this Wednesday), and what it's like to actually be recognized by people on the street.

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Lost: an open thread about last night's annoying recap show

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 23rd 2009 8:37AM

OK, maybe "annoying" is too harsh, as I can see people being into recap shows if they're done well. Then again, if you're a big fan of Lost, then you've already seen this stuff and you're really aching for a new episode.

So did you enjoy last night's recap episode, or was it just an irritation to you? Do you welcome weeks where there's either a repeat or a recap so you can take your mind off of the show for a bit? Take the poll after the jump and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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And now, a nursery rhyme from Benjamin Linus

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 17th 2009 6:01PM
Michael EmersonSometimes we don't think of nursery rhymes as being creepy. Sure, they can often involve death or family problems or just weird-ass scenarios, but it would take someone really special to be able to say the nursery rhyme out loud and make it sound disturbing. In this case, that person is Lost star Michael Emerson, who plays Ben Linus on the ABC show.

He was a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, and Fallon got him to read "Little Boy Blue." Get your little ones close to the screen tonight before they go to bed and play it for them.

In the clip after the jump, Fallon also shows some illustrations that Emerson did in the 70s and 80s for The Boston Globe. He was a freelance illustrator before he became an actor, and the pictures are...well, they look like something Ben would draw while sitting in his cabin trying to think of what sneaky thing to do next. And I mean that in a good way.

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'Lost' Interview With Michael Emerson

by Maggie Furlong, posted Feb 11th 2009 7:00AM
"This business of things being unhinged in time and space ... that's ... that's ongoing on some level. Hmmm ... we're kind of talking about things we shouldn't be talking about. [Laughs]"

He might play one of the creepiest characters on television, but in real life, Michael Emerson is thoughtful, affable and endearingly intrigued with Ben Linus, his sinister 'Lost' alter ego.

And he's not alone: Ben is one of the most talked about, love-to-hate-him TV villains of all time, and his latest plot to get the Oceanic 6 back to the island from which they fled is revealing more of his devilish, multi-layered mind game each week.

Emerson talked to AOL TV exclusively about getting the island back on track, watching the show on TV to fully grasp where it's headed, who he enjoys acting alongside and why a scene involving cereal sticks out in his mind as a favorite. -- By Maggie Furlong

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No, actually, I don't want to see a Lost movie - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 20th 2008 3:12PM
So J.J. Abrams says that there might be a Lost big screen movie in the future. This is a terrible idea.

You know what that would mean? It would mean that the ending we've been promised - after the sixth season - really won't be the complete ending. We'll get a lot of answers but not all of them. They'll save that for the movie that we'll have to pay $10 to see. At least the X-Files movie came in the middle of the series run, and the sequel was a stand-alone story, so you didn't feel you were getting ripped off or teased. A stand-alone Lost movie wouldn't make much sense.

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