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Forum Feedback / Spell Check MIA?
« on: March 15, 2010, 07:28:16 PM »
Whar iz mye sepll chekker?

 ??? ??? ???

General Spoiler Talk / Official Season 6 Photos
« on: December 11, 2009, 06:57:00 PM »

"The first official promotional photos of Lost Season Six have just been released: As announced, Emilie de Ravin returns as a regular, but I'm pretty darn excited to see that Sayid (who we last saw bleeding to death in the finale) is also apparently back full-time. And not, we hope, as a ghost. In other vital character development news, Sawyer's scruff has returned (hurrah) while Jack's inner-arm tats seem to have disappeared. Which is either a case of too much Photoshop or some kind of alternate universe where the "hardcore spinal surgeon" somehow never got inked."

LOST Talk / Season 5 DVD discussion
« on: December 08, 2009, 02:36:29 PM »
Who is getting what?  Where are you getting it?  How much are you paying?  Is your evil spouse making you wait until Christmas?  What (ahem) "creative tactics" do you plan on employing to change said evil spouse's mind?  ;D 

I wanted to have a place to discuss the different features that the different sets include.

Here's Lostpedia's breakdown of the DVD's, the Blu-Ray Discs, & the DI Orientation Kit.  I'm getting the latter (Best Buy, around $80 after tax).  I'm SO glad I still have a VHS player.  :)

More to come as I explore the contents....

Spoiler Theories and Speculation / Amy's Baby Is...
« on: March 15, 2009, 08:04:19 PM »
ETHAN!  This video that MangoBingo posted gave us 4 possibilities, then I went digging on LOST Spoilers to find out which of the 4 it could be.

Ooh! I just saw a video at which revealed that the baby is one of four possible people...

Don't watch if you don't want to be teased.


Most articles are pointing to the baby being Ethan, & Amy being "Amelia."  The actress that plays Amy is currently confirmed for 4 episodes, so I'm guessing (hoping!) we'll find out soon & put @ least a few of these questions to rest.

General Spoiler Talk / Episode 5.07: The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham
« on: February 15, 2009, 07:54:04 PM »
Episode 5.07: The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham
Airdate: February 25, 2009 from 9 to 10:06 p.m.

02/12 - Locke's fateful mission off the island as Jeremy Bentham is revealed. Guest starring are Malcolm David Kelley as Walt, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Lance Reddick as Matthew Abaddon, William Blanchett as Aaron, Said Taghmaoui as Caesar, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Ammar Daraiseh as Hajer, Grisel Toledo as Susie, Stephen Scibetta as foreman and John Jamal Bradley as kid. Source: ABC
11/02/2008 - Lost returned to Oahu Cemetery this morning, perhaps a fitting location on the brink of Halloween. The historic graveyard previously appeared in the Season 2 episode "Lockdown," as the not-quite-final resting place of Anthony Cooper. It seemed, at first, a peaceful scene, with Matthew Abbadon bringing a wheelchair-bound John Locke to a modest grave site for an intense conversation. But things turned quickly when it came time to leave. Locke, in the back seat of a blue four-door sedan, waited as Abbadon loaded his wheelchair into the trunk. But no sooner had Abbadon closed the lid, when shots rang out. And Abbadon is hit. Source: The Transmission
10/27/2008 - Lance Reddick (a.k.a. corporate recruiter Matthew Abaddon, as well as Fringe's Phillip Broyles) was just spotted in Hawaii shooting what I assume is episode 5.06. Source: The Ausiello Files
10/12/2008 - Hajer: Male, Arab, 30s-50s. A very local "doctor" who probably doesn't have a traditional medical degree but has the experience to tackle anything the harsh desert can throw at him. Tough bed-side manner but knows how to get the job done. Must speak Tunisian Arabic. Source: Lost Spoilers [Note: It's not clear when the character will appear. It could be in 5.07 instead of 5.06.]

General Spoiler Talk / Episode 5.06: 316
« on: February 15, 2009, 07:53:13 PM »
Episode 5.06: 316
Airdate: February 18, 2009

02/08 - Jack dives from the top of the waterfall and he swims over to Hurley, who's sitting on the side playing guitar... There's also a floating guitar case. Then he swims over to a maybe unconscious Kate. Suddenly, Jin comes out of the jungle holding a gun and wearing a Dharma jumpsuit. Jacks says "Jin?" And then Jin lowers the gun looking confused. Source: Lost Spoilers
02/02 - Mrs Hawking gives something to Jack that MUST go back with Locke's body along with a special item that comes in pairs that is related to Jack's grandfather. Source: Lost Spoilers
02/02 - The members of Oceanic 6 discover how to get back to the island, but not all of them want to return. Guest starring are Fionnula Flanagan as Eloise Hawking, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Sai d Taghmaoui as Caesar, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Mary Mara as Jill, Raymond J. Barry as Ray, Kavita Patil as Rupa Krishnavani, P. D. Mani as Nabil, Rebecca Hazlewood as Nalini, Patti Hastie as barfly, Glen Bailey as magician and Ned Van Zandt as Mr. Dorsey. Source: ABC
12/18/2008 - We're going to meet Jack's grandfather for the first time in episode 7! He'll be played by actor Raymond Barry, who's probably best known for his role as Tom Cruise's dad in Born on the Fourth of July. Source: The Ausiello Files
10/27/2008 - Hal: 70s, Caucasian. Successful, handsome and charming rogue with a twinkle in his eye. A guy who can still fight the establishment and win. May recur. Mike: 30s-40s with Czech accent. A scientist. Very intelligent and creative. He's excited to show his boss his latest discovery. Has worked hard and knows he's on the brink of something big. Vicki: 30s-40s, any ethnicity, attractive. Charming, coy and knows how to get what she wants. Has spent a lifetime in bars and can read a guy better than he knows himself. Rupa: 20s, Indian (South Asian), pretty. Sweet, fun-loving professional young woman who can be tougher than she appears. Can deal with difficult customers with charm and ease. Nandi: Male, 30-35, Indian (South Asian) he's smart and professional. He's used to working with difficult and annoying people, so he's developed a kind but firm demeanor. Source: Lost Spoilers

General Spoiler Talk / Episode 5.03: Jughead
« on: January 06, 2009, 10:14:19 PM »
Airdate: January 28 at 9 p.m.

09/18 - When action was called, Henry Ian Cusick raced into the heart of the bustling marketplace. Desmond was out of breath, sweaty, wearing an unbuttoned maroon paisley shirt rolled up to his elbows, light khaki pants, and blue canvas shoes. He was clutching a piece of paper, reading it, then scanning the crowd frantically. He called out a name, over and over, stopping and saying it to perplexed faces. He was looking for someone, but losing hope. Try as I might, I couldn't make out the first name. Althea? Theone? Was it a man, a woman, a child? From context, I'd guess it was a male name. But the last name was clear as day: Salonga. Source: The Transmission
09/18 - In Kaimuki, they were filming at the corner of 9th and Waialae Avenue . It is an accident scene where Hurley (stunt double was driving) speeds down the street and knocks over some boxes on the sidewalk before driving off. He's being chased by someone you'll never guess... Ana-Lucia in a police car. She was in the car the whole time, so I couldn't 100% confirm it was her but I'm pretty sure. I just don't want to speculate and be wrong. She had HUGE glasses on. I'm guessing flashback or hallucination. I should add that the stunt guy was wearing hospital type garb, so that's why I think it is in the present. Source: Lost Spoilers
09/17 - Solanga: Male, 50s, Filipino. The village doctor in a small, rural community. Has his vices but also genuine medical skills. Speaks relatively good English with an accent. Janitor: Male, late 40s or 50s, must have a British working class accent. Nosy, opinionated, resident rumor monger of a school. Knows everyone's business and can't keep a secret to save his life. Abigail : Female, 30s, British; working class. Stoic - but deeply wounded. Has a way with bitter sarcasm, though she's a loyal caregiver at heart. Theresa: Female, 30s, British, blonde. Pretty suffers from dementia but also has short periods of complete lucidity. Source: DocArzt's Lost Blog
08/24 - Sophie: British and in her late teens. Is a seemingly innocent, prim and proper aristocrat but in actuality she hides a toughness and ingenuity underneath. Must have English accent. Nice co-star. Will appear in episode 503. Source: DocArzt's Lost Blog

General Spoiler Talk / Episode 5.02: The Lie
« on: January 06, 2009, 10:13:31 PM »
Airdate: January 21, 2009 at 10 p.m.

 12/25 - Hurley and Sayid are on the run from the cops after stumbling into trouble at the safehouse; the island survivors come under attack by unknown forces; and an old friend offers some shocking advice to Kate in order to ensure that "the lie" remain a secret. Guest cast: Michelle Rodriguez as Ana Lucia, L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Sonya Walger as Penelope "Penny" Widmore, Rebecca Mader as Charlotte Lewis, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Lillian Hurst as Carmen Reyes, Cheech Marin as David Reyes, William Blanchett as Aaron, Sean Whalen as Neil Frogurt, Tom Connolly as Jones, Mary Mara as Jill, Dana Sorman as Darlene, James Jeremiah as police officer, Stephanie Conching as nurse, Matthew Allan as Cunningham, Todd Bryant as Mattingly. Source: ABC
08/30 - Cunningham: Mid-20s to Early 30s. Any ethnicity. Athletic, used to living outdoors and off the land. He is a loyal soldier but willing to compromise with the enemy to protect his men. This role is introduced in 502 and has scenes in 503. Source: DocArzt's Lost Blog
08/25 - Michelle Rodriguez [...] is returning to the show this season, multiple sources confirm. [...] Rodriguez is back for one episode, most likely this season's second. [...] The fact that Cheech Marin is also on the guest list for eppy 2 suggests that it's most likely a Hurley-centric outing. And after his encounter with Charlie's ghost last season, it's certainly feasible that Hurley would have an imaginary run-in with Ana Lucia. Source: The Ausiello Files
08/24 - Nigel: British, in his late teens. Despite being rough around the edges, mature well beyond his age and extremely smart. Must have English accent. Nice co-star. Will appear in episodes 502 and 503. Darlene: Early 20s, any ethnicity. A bored clerk who hates her sucky job and looks for any burst of excitement to get through the shift. Alternative in dress and style, plays guitar in her own band but needs the day job to pay the bills. Co-star. Jill: Late 20s to late 30s; any ethnicity. A butcher who is one hard-as-nails cool chick. A tomboy, bit of a searcher, and highly competent beyond her station in life. Co-star. Source: DocArzt's Lost Blog

General Spoiler Talk / Episode 5.01: Because You Left (Season premiere)
« on: January 06, 2009, 10:12:40 PM »
Airdate: January 21, 2009 at 9 p.m.

 12/25 - The remaining island survivors start to feel the effects of the aftermath of moving the island, and Jack and Ben begin their quest to reunite the Oceanic 6 in order to return to the island with Locke's body in an attempt to save their former fellow castaways. Guest cast: L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, William Mapother as Ethan Rom, Francois Chau as Dr. Marvin Candle,Sonya Walger as Penelope "Penny" Widmore, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Rebecca Mader as Charlotte Lewis, William Blanchett as Aaron, Sean Whalen as Neil Frogurt, Tom Irwin as Dan Norton, Michael Dempsey as foreman, Stephanie Smart as ticket agent, Leslie Ishii as woman, Cindy Paliracio as TV anchor, Brad Berryhill as anxious guy, Sven Lindstrom as crew member, Chantal Boomla as counter girl, Jeremy Colvin as security guard. Source: ABC
09/28 - We will come to learn that one of the following is true in Lost's fifth season premiere. A. The Island moved forward in time. B. The Island moved backward in time. C. The Island did not move in time, but it did move in space -- to another location on the planet. D. The Island did not move in time or space -- it's still there, but Dharma tech renders it invisible to the naked eye. Source: The Ausiello Files
09/18 - First scene we saw had Sawyer, Bernard, Rose, and Juliet. They appeared to be having a conversation in the jungle. Second scene had Charlotte and Miles, going back to camp. We watched for about 90 minutes. According to one of the crew, it was for Episode 5.01. Source: The Transmission
08/24 - Foreman: 40s to 50s, any ethnicity. A blue-collar construction worker. He's worked hard to get where he is and provide for his family. He cares deeply for his crew, hates it when management is condescending and arrogant but ultimately knows his place in the pecking order. Co-star. Martha:35 to 40, Asian, attractive. A smart, capable scientist with a strong personality who has taken a break to raise her baby but plans to work again. Completely believes in the work she is doing but sometimes questions the decisions of those in charge. Co-star, recurring. Dan: 40s, any ethnicity. A high-priced attorney, someone really sharp who can be friendly. However, there's a real menace lurking below the surface. Recurring guest star. Source: DocArzt's Lost Blog
08/24 - Hurley and Sayid drive into the apartment complex parking lot in a late-model blue SUV. (It and the other cars have California plates.) They exit, Sayid looking sharp in a black shirt and dark khaki pants, Hurley wearing a thick, long, grey bathrobe over a blue T-shirt. Hurley's also holding a big burger and paper cup. They make their way stealthily up the stairs, and walk the length of the building, past several apartments. They work their way up to the top floor, Hurley eating the whole way. Finally they reach the apartment they're looking for. They confer for a moment. Sayid seems to reach for the top of the door, looking for a key, perhaps, when something startles them. Sayid pushes Hurley aside, and draws his gun, pointing it at the door. It opens, and there's a struggle inside. The next moment, Sayid throws a man over the railing to the asphalt four stories below. There's a second man inside. Shots ring out. Hurley emerges from the apartment, gun in his hand, and looks over the railing in disbelief. Looks like Sayid is introducing Hurley to his new career. Source: The Transmission

The return of Frogurt!  LOL

I can't wait to see what's up with Candle.

& I'm guessing the Hurley/ Sayid scene follows the one we've already seen with Sayid busting Hurley out of SRMHI.

Community Lounge / Motivational Posters
« on: July 31, 2008, 04:40:17 PM »
Love 'em?  Hate 'em?  What do you think of motivational posters?  If you don't know what I'm talking about, this should help...

I find some of them amusing, but...well....this one speaks for itself. ::)

Post any you like here!!!

Official LOST Sites and Material / Comic-Con 2008 (San Diego)
« on: July 26, 2008, 01:34:27 PM »
DI video with hacked in phrases...

What would you sacrifice to stay alive?
What makes you angry?
Why does the female black widow spider eat the male after mating?
Who is your constant?

Darlton panel discussion...  (POSSIBLE SPOILERS similar to podcast info)

part 1 on "The Constant"-
part 2 on characters they miss-
part 3 on plans for LOST-
part 4 on time travel-

G4 "Floor Report" & "Face Time"

General Spoiler Talk / EPISODE 4.13 &14 There's No Place Like Home
« on: May 13, 2008, 02:20:08 AM »

Episodes 4.13 and 4.14: There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3 (Season finale, part 2)
Airdate: May 29, 2008 from 9 to 11 p.m.

05/05 - Lost headed way out to Wai'anae, the arid, rural west coast of O'ahu. They established a base camp at Wai'anae Regional Park, and enlisted a handful of boats to carry equipment and crew across Pokai Bay... Action is called, and the stars get wet. Jorge Garcia, Yunjun Kim, Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Naveen Andrews and Henry Ian Cusick swim toward a large, octagonal raft through some debris. In several takes, Hurley - clutching a doll that's most likely playing Aaron - helps pull Kate, Sun, and Sayid aboard. But Jack and Desmond take a little longer to reach them. And Desmond is holding someone who's not moving. Source: The Transmission
05/05 - I'm hearing there's a supersecret Sawyer scene in the finale. Source: Kristin on E!Online
05/05 - Scaling down somewhat from the huge shoot at Kalaeloa on Wednesday, the Lost crew headed out to upscale East Honolulu today to film at a mansion in Kahala. Specifically, they returned to Hurley's mansion as last seen in "Tricia Tanaka is Dead," a $5.5 million property that's actually on the market. There wasn't much to see from the street, but when a group of extras made a run for craft services they were impossible to miss. Party hats, loud shirts, a couple of cheesy plastic lei. it certainly looked as if Hurley has something to celebrate. Word is it was a surprise party for Hurley's birthday, and in attendance were Sayid and Nadia, and Kate and Aaron. Source: The Transmission
04/24 - [...] It was the return of the Oceanic Si . The moment when Jack, Sayid, Hurley, Sun, Kate, and Aaron arrive back in the real world, a moment that the flash forwards seem to have been building backwards toward since the end of Season 3. Their rescue is as huge a media circus as you'd imagine, with a throng of reporters and photographers on hand as they step off the plane. A military transport plane. That brought them back to the United States. Via Honolulu. Actually, the dramatic disembarkation was to be filmed later. But today's filming focused on an elaborate Oceanic Airlines-coordinated press conference. Or, as my two sources put it, "a big press con." The world's media was there for answers, as well as several familiar faces: Veronica Hamel (Margo Shephard), Cheech Marin (David Reyes) and Lillian Hurst (Carmen Reyes). But as Lost fans know, the answers they got merely raised more questions. Ms. Austen, how old is Aaron? Ms. Kwon, what happened to your husband? Mr. Reyes, what of your fortune, and this hefty airline settlement? The answers they give, I dare not tell. But suffice it to say, the press is as skeptical of the official story as Lost toughest fans. (And Hurley's hackles are raised by a query that's been raised by viewers and comedians alike since Season 1.) Sayid toes the line, but isn't happy about it. And yes, the Oceanic Six make surprising mention of some long, lost friends. Three of them, at least, whose deaths occurred in each of the first three seasons. Source: The Transmission
04/23 - The May [29] finale will complicate the Jack-Kate-Sawyer love triangle by featuring "a spectacular kiss" and elaborate on Jack's flash-forward ambition to journey back to the Island. "This year's finale will sum up exactly how difficult it may be to accomplish that," says Lindelof, who adds this cryptic response to speculation that flash-forwards will vanish once Island present meets off-Island future: "There could easily be a time when the word flash becomes irrelevant." Source: Entertainment Weekly

04/03 - In the new issue of Lost magazine, DL teased, "Romance is always blooming on and off the island. And I hereby promise you one of the most spectacular kisses you've ever seen on the show in this year's finale." Naturally, I pressed DL's partner in crime, Carlton Cuse, for further details on the earth-shattering smooch, to which he replied, "I can disclose no more details other than to say it's one of my favorite moments of the whole series so far. And contrary to some speculation, it is a male/female kiss." Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

04/23 - My frenemy at E! Online is reporting that Greg Grunberg will reprise his role as Oceanic pilot Seth Norris in the two-hour season finale. Coincidentally, that same episode will feature the introduction of another pilot, a "young Top Gun type" who, per the casting sheet, doesn't like it when his copilot brings Lucky Charms onboard. Or was it a lucky charm? Eh, it was one of those two. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide

LOST Talk / "lost" on LOST
« on: March 17, 2008, 04:49:44 AM »
I have a theory...not about Smokey or Kelvin or Jacob, but that the writers have included the word "lost" in every script! 

I am not obsessive enough to scour every episode myself ;), but I thought it would be fun to get everyone in on it.  I know several of us are re-watching old episodes or reading transcripts regularly, so if you happen to catch the word "lost," post it here.

Please include the season, episode title or number, character that said it, & even the line itself if you know it. :)

In s2e19 ("SOS") Rose asks Bernard, "Are we lost?"

Community Lounge / What Do You Need?
« on: January 24, 2008, 07:30:02 PM »
Another silly game from MySpace....

Heres how it works... go to Google, type in your name and the word "needs". . . and whatever is the 1st result to come back is what you post. Add your name to the end of the list!

Jesi needs to have a damn hot tub party for us mommas. [LOL whoohoo party in my non-existant hot tub. uhhh...byob.]

Community Lounge / World's Thinnest Books
« on: October 01, 2007, 02:40:32 PM »
I copied/pasted this from an Email.  I thought it was thread-worthy, because I'll bet that YOU can think of MORE!   :)

by Jacques Chirac

by Jane Fonda

by Janet Reno

by John Denver

by Dan Marino

By Hillary Clinton

by Osama Bin Laden

by Bill Gates

by Dennis Rodman

by Al Gore



DETROIT :   A Travel  Guide

by Dr. J. Kevorkian

by Ellen de Generes

by Mike Tyson

by the EPA


by   O. J. Simpson

Bridge Travel
by Ted Kennedy

by Bill Clinton
with introduction by The Rev. Jesse Jackson

What would you add to this list?  ??? ::) ;D

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