Plus: Jack Black discusses the advantages of outerwear in ancient times.
The ballot for Emmy nominations has been revealed — and Terry O'Quinn's not on it.
Carlton Cuse: "We're very excited to bring Claire back to the show and even more excited for people to experience just how she will return."
Elizabeth Mitchell will be a full-time cast member on ABC's 'V' remake, but her 'Lost' character will appear in an "unspecified number of episodes next season."
A list of questions — some lingering, some brand-new — that we demand be answered.
Plus: Jon Hamm reveals his inspiration for the infamous 'Mad Men' fingerblasting scene.
Flights to Guam! DeLoreans! Airborne telephone booths! Why can't the pretend scientists of movies and television invent a practical way of sending people through time?
'We have two kinds of huge shocks at the end of this one. Each one alone would be enough to keep an audience eating its own soul for the whole hiatus.'
Maybe we're being thick, but we're still confused.
Beats us! Still, we have some theories that just might interest you.
Our heroes prepare for next week's finale, when they all (according to Richard) die.
For those who worry that 'Lost' has too many bad dads, this ep is for you.
We suppose stranger things have happened, but we can't think of any off the top of our heads.
This Miles-centric episode focused mainly on daddy issues, 'Star Wars' analogies, and fart jokes. Yes, fart jokes.