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John Locke, best (and most original) character on the show, light of our life, fire of our loins, anti-hero of our favorite episodes!
You may think that 'Lost' is about time travel, faith versus reason, life choices, or a battle to determine the fate of the world, but really, it's all about the babies.
Bad news: No new episode on March 11.
Brother, can you spare $1.99 a minute?
Following a four-week ratings drop, last night's 'Lost' posted better numbers than any episode since last April.
We return to the Island with strategic narrative slices removed just to mess with our heads.
They're moving 'American Idol' to Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
We don't rate episodes, but hey: B+?
The plot gods have enriched us beyond measure.
Jack and Kate went up the hill. Kate came down with Sawyer. Because she's promiscuous.
Or is he?
"I hate to bust up the 'I'm an Other, You're an Other' reunion," snarks Sawyer.
Aaron Burr! Aaron Burr!
We're time-traveling — although with so many rules and restrictions, Michael J. Fox will never be able to invent rock and roll.
Emerson also mentions “new notions of a time-space framework that will lead us to the final solution.”
To better prepare you for tonight's two-hour season premiere, we've compiled a list of twenty pressing questions we hope Lost's writers answer soon.
"I don't think the ghosts are solely coming from his brain."
"Juliet is an intellectual wrapped in the shell of a teenage girl."
Remember how Daniel Faraday couldn't remember meeting Desmond? Some guy thinks he knows why!
Plus: Why is Jin missing from all of the Season Five Lost promos?
Hint: It might be time to invest in a second Snuggie.
Where we're from, the birds sing a pretty song.
In this just-released clip, Jack shaves his beard, and Ben, with whom he's sharing a hotel room, asks him a dull question.
New episodes of your favorite island-based television drama are only one crappy holiday season away!