So a guy was sitting in a Honolulu restaurant recently and saw a piece of paper that had the word 'Lost' on it. Turns out it's the studio call sheet for the series finale! What does he do? He sends it to Gawker, of course (see also iPhone, Apple's new). And it looks like it's the real thing because ABC contacted Gawker and they want the call sheet back.
What secrets does it hold? If you want to know more, continue after the jump. If you don't want to know more, click here for some great pasta recipes at Kitchen Daily!
OK, there aren't that many episodes left, people. If new mysteries arise, will there be time to resolve those, as well as the old mysteries? Are we talking feature film here? Trilogy perhaps?
Watch the video after the jump.
Watch the video after the jump.
The 'Lost' fifth season finale was called 'The Incident' (read a detailed review at TV Squad) but there are so many mind-blowing events that could refer to ...
Plus: What we're dying to know about the sixth and final season.
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TV Squad is hosting a live chat during the 9pm ET airing of "There's No Place Like Home, Part Two." The chat will begin shortly before the episode starts. Check the TV Squad front page later tonight for the chat link; it will be available on the episode recap post. We've had some fun chats this season, and tonight's chat is the perfect time to join the discussion. Share your opinions and questions with other Lost fans and react to each shocking revelation.
Tonight's episode should give us the truth behind the "official" Oceanic 815 story and shed light on Locke's plan to move the island. Can't wait to chat with all of you later tonight!
As I mentioned in my earlier post, the return of Grey's Anatomy and Ugly Betty to the Thursday night lineup does make scheduling this additional hour a bit tricky. The original plan was for the two-part Lost finale to air over two nights, and have all three shows end on May 22. TV Guide's Michael Ausiello is reporting that the Lost finale has been rescheduled, making room for a two-hour Grey's Anatomy season finale.
TV Guide's Michael Ausiello is reporting that the big twist in this season of Lost will be called "The Snake in the Mailbox", not "The Matzo" as originally intended. Fans will remember that shocking cliffhangers in seasons past have been named for bready favorites like the bagel and the challah. What could this departure from grain-inspired titles possibly mean?
Producer Carlton Cuse indicated to Ausiello that the new name represents the kind of scare viewers should expect to get from the finale. Here's hoping that "The Snake in the Mailbox" is scarier than Snakes on a Plane.
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- Lost: "Live Together, Die Alone"
- Top Chef: "Season Finale"
- House: "No Reason"
- CSI:Miami: "One of Our Own"
- Old Christine: "A Fair to Remember"
- 24: "5:00 AM - 6:00 AM / 6:00 AM - 7:00 AM"
- Alias: "Reprisal / All the Time in the World"
- CSI: "Way to Go"
- Charmed: "Forever Charmed"
- Green Wing: Episode 8
- Family Guy: "Stu and Stewie's Excellent Adventure"
- Desperate Housewives: "Remember"
- The Simpsons: "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play"
- Pitt-Jolie baby born; everyone can go on with their lives now.
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- Hillary Swank and Chad Lowe file for divorce.
- Howard Stern and CBS settle their lawsuit.
- New characters for Lost season 3 revealed.
- More people watching online video.
- Fox will show some episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
- Queen Latifah signs on for HBO movie about the AIDS crisis.
- NBC moves Studio 60 to Mondays and makes other changes to fall schedule.
- Martha Stewart to launch online social network.
- Tony Awards to go hostless.
- 24's new season will not take place in China.
- Charlie Gibson named sole anchor of World News Tonight.
- Michelle Rodriguez goes back to jail.
- Keith introduces our summer feature RetroSquad.
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