'The Wire' and 'Family Guy' highlight lists full of surprises.
We can't believe Big dies!
It sure looks like him!
Who else could've been in that coffin?
Looks like another alternate-reality game is in the works for 'Lost,' this time at San Diego Comic-Con.
And who is the walrus?
See the poster for season five! (Warning: Major spoilers for season-four finale!)
Beadie in 'The Office'! Prez on Broadway! And Michael in Beverly Hills!
What does the hive mind of the Internet think about tonight's season finale?
The flash-forward was one of those splashy TV moments, like Kimberly pulling off her wig in 'Melrose Place.' But it's paid off as more than just a gimmick.
There's no guarantee these spoilers are true — alternate endings have, apparently, been filmed.
So wait, when does Jack grow that beard?
Something bad, bad, bad is about to happen, some event that left our favorite people looking deeply screwed-up in that big, empty airplane.
Is Locke the Dalai Lama or the Egyptian god Horus? And did you know that, scientifically, they could move the island?
As soon as we understood this episode was a Locke backstory, we felt preemptively distressed. After all, the man's history is all retro humiliations and “Don't tell me what to do.”
Spoiler: Hurley loves ranch dressing!
We'll admit this was a decent episode, if only because it made us care about the whole Jack/Kate thing, and not just what their hair looks like.
Whoa! Seems like the 'Lost' writers' room got awfully itchy during the strike, and when they got back all they wanted to do was blow some stuff up.
Someone gets shot! The final scene of the series! Aaron is the Antichrist!
The show sets an electrifying tone for the remaining five episodes with a mysterious corpse, island warfare, and glimpses at Benjamin Linus’s future.
Coming this week: Ben-centric flash-forwards. Also: What is "Frozen Donkey Wheel"?
Plus: Rose McGowan is still Barbarella, and 'MILF Island' might not be a completely original idea after all.
Some clever video-editing nerd has created a pretty excellent montage of Lost characters wondering what, exactly, is going on.
Damon Lindelof, you're killing us with these sad episodes! And apparently, you're also intent on killing Michael.
Lost's Widmore Industries might be evil, but they sure have a rock-solid accounting department!