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As a career TV writer, having rabid fans who cared about the showrunner more than the actors was a shock. Here's what it was like in Lost's heyday, from premiere to finale.
Based on del Toro's trilogy of vampire novels.
We all go a little mad sometimes. But what happens before that?
Two shows that place a bundle of trust in the viewer, and make us feel damned smart for doing so.
Is it all a Comic-Con goof?
In which the 'Lost' co-creators prove they've made good use of their downtime. And Lindelof calls Cuse a dirty liar.
Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse look back on what might have been.
"I couldn't help but notice that you're both huge nerds."
Lindelof: "Are there any readers who actually like the show?"
"There might, possibly, be some questions that we, as storytellers, will answer in the body of the show that might not be appearing in the finale. "
Muppets love 'Lost,' too.
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