Totally Lost finally return to the gravesite to lay our souls bare and our supersized finale down. First of all, our sincere apologies for the delay. Blame it on other work commitments, technical glitches, and our desire to give you a fitting end to the Lost journey. To that end, we don’t come to you empty-handed: Behold the gift of Ben! Michael Emerson, who graciously appeared on our Totally Lost panel at last year’s Comic-Con, returns to reveal his thoughts on everything from the finale to the transformation of his character to a scene he shot for the final episode that never aired. Turns out, the guy’s also not a half-bad actor. READ FULL STORY »One month ago, Lost vanished into the light, signing off with an epic, 2 1/2-hour installment—the last of an adventure that spanned six seasons, transported us to fantastic/fantastical places, and provoked an unhealthy amount of analysis. Today, we here at
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Lost looker Evangeline Lilly dropped by Craig Ferguson’s couch last night for some after-hours chit chat. And after covering a few non-kid-friendly topics (Ferguson’s snake-shape mug, the potential removability of Lilly’s dress, etc.), she shifted gears to give a sneak peek of a children’s book she’s writing called Squickerwonkers (we’re guessing at the spelling there). Here’s a sample:
USA has picked up a half-hour comedy, Driven, penned by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason (Designing Women, Evening Shade, Hearts Afire). Blue Collar comedian Ron White is set to star as “an out-of-work Austin, Texas, resident who launches a limo business,” Variety reports. How did I picture Lost‘s Sawyer in this role? Well, I’d just heard the one-line synopsis and thought flannel, jeans, cowboy boots, scruff, smarmy guy hitting on/scamming his passengers — Josh Holloway.
Reading the fine print, I do concede that Ron White is a better fit for a comedy to be exec produced by Bloodworth and her husband, Harry Thomason. (For Holloway to do a half-hour comedy, it would need to be on Showtime.) The idea of native Texan White, known for having a cigar and a cocktail in his hand while he’s onstage, being behind the wheel is funny. Plus, the man likes to wear a suit while he’s talking toilet humor (sample below) — that bodes well for a limo driver. (There’s also something sexy about him when he’s performing — I think it’s his delivery. There’s no rushing.)
As for Holloway, I wouldn’t mind seeing him on an hour-long USA dramedy. Imagine him popping up in Miami shirtless as a professional rival/love interest for Gabrielle Anwar’s trigger-happy Fiona on Burn Notice. Holloway facing off against Jeffrey Donovan’s Michael Westen? Nice, right? (I also second the suggestion that he join the cast of True Blood. Clearly, we want him somewhere hot and sweaty.) READ FULL STORY »
Oh, Lost. You just had to end before telling us what the deal was with those hieroglyphics in the hatch. And pregnancy on the island. And WAAAAAAAAAALT. Below, check out College Humor’s compilation of Lost‘s most frustrating unanswered questions. Thank God the series explained Jack’s tattoos though, right? Phew. [via Vulture] READ FULL STORY »
Perhaps you were miffed about Lost‘s 45 minutes of commercials last night, but if one good thing came from the lengthy breaks, it was Target’s awesome Lost-themed spots. After watching the trio of commercials, I’m not sure which product I would like to purchase more: The smoke detector, barbecue sauce, or a computer keyboard. I think I’ll go with the computer keyboard, though, since I know the frustration that comes with spilling Dharma beer water all over my computer.