We wish him happiness.
What his work on Up, Star Trek, The Incredibles, and the small screen's Lost taught him about writing a powerful piece of movie music.
He wrote a whole essay about it.
And they never were going to tell you what was up with that polar bear.
Call it conclusion impossible.
Some songs are too iconic to reuse.
Frank Ocean has 100 percent more fans in Dubai than you'd guess.
Caution, mild spoilers ahead, obviously.
Another excuse to stay indoors.
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.
Will you ever find another Firefly?
Whoever has the most characters wins, right?
Dominic Monaghan on His Cannibal Movie, the Matthew Fox Twitter Controversy, and Eating Peter Jackson
"If that was the only way to stay alive, I would. I would eat anything."
Remember this show?
We're rooting for you, Josh.
So says David Cross.
"I was aware in around season four that they had so many balls in the air that they were going to let a few drop."
Creators of Lost, The Shield, Gossip Girl, and more tell tales of the pain of waiting for that network thumbs-up and how it feels to get it ... or not.
"I grew up in a Christian household where it was Middlemarch or bust. I just saw Die Hard for the first time."
Good (bad) luck!
You were supposed to be disappointed! That's called risk-taking, you noobs.
Lost and found.
Two shows that place a bundle of trust in the viewer, and make us feel damned smart for doing so.
Visuals wouldn't hurt, you know.