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by Ryan j Budke, posted Jan 10th 2006 4:44PM
And you guys thought us working for "the man" wasn't going to have it's benefits.... Over on AOL's page devoted to Lost, they've got four clips of tomorrow night's episode available for viewing. The first two up revolve around Charlie, Eko and Charlie's statue of the Virgin Mary, and actually seem to confirm a pretty big secret, but I'll let you guys watch it. The third one has Kate cutting Sawyer's hair as he gets some unexpected visitors. The final one follows up on November's cliffhanger with Michael at the keyboard inside the hatch. The longest clip is only a little over a minute and a half, but all are really juicy, and well worth your valuable time. Man, I can not wait until tomorrow night!
by Anna Johns, posted Dec 30th 2005 1:08PM
The child actor who plays Walt on Lost has a starring role on next week's Law and Order: SVU. He's even the topic of the promo that was played after last Tuesday's rerun. The promo said something like, "starring Lost's Malcolm David Kelley." Lost isn't even on NBC, yet NBC apparently recognized how big Lost is for ABC and it's trying to capitalize on the success by casting Kelley in a guest role. Of course, Kelley has all sorts of time on his hands these days, except for the random appearances where he's speaking backwards and spitting out water. On SVU, he plays a kid who is traumatized after witnessing a shooting and then gets into a little trouble himself (NBC's website gives away the entire story). Malcolm has some good acting chops and I'm excited to see the episode, which airs Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 10/9c. I would watch it anyway because I really dig SVU. Is Kelley's appearance going to get any of you Lost fans to watch SVU?
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