What would you like to ask Zuleikha Robinson?
Pure-grade Sawyer, using his con-man wiles for good instead of evil.
"Claire didn't leave Aaron out of not caring. She was sort of under the influence ... Not drunk."
Dynamite and submarines and immortality, oh my!
I enjoyed this episode so much I couldn't even obsess about the still-looming issue that the show has become a chess game between two coy, superpowered smirkers.
Quite a lot, actually!
Would that she had named the baybee Chahlie.
"I think the only reason for the writers to keep them apart is so that when we do reunite, it will be that special."
A beachy mash-up for the ages.
Michelle Rodriguez is coming back.
Talk of zombies, wishes granted, and the return of Shannon.
This could not be any better. Could. Not!
'Lost' becomes 'The Stand,' with characters aligning with Good and Evil, Jacob and Smokey, Salon and Slate.
Giacchino talks about his music-making process, his favorite 'Lost' characters to write for, and crying while composing 'Up.'
"Yeah ... I'll have a few more fighting scenes."
Sweaty jungle hikes for everyone!
Terry O'Quinn is pitching a show that would star the duo as "suburban hit men struggling with family issues."
What's in a name? As this week's installment of 'Lost' reminded us, a whole lot.
Sorry to get all Chandler Bing on you, but c'mon now!
Wherein we become infected with zombie rage.
"Jin's done a complete 180. Who knows? He might be coming back around to do a complete 360."