Belgian premium cable network Prime promotes its impressive lineup of American TV shows with a truly inspiring montage of miniature dioramas, each representing a different series. Well done.
If you spent countless nights since 2004 glued to your television to find out what would become of LOST’s castaways, now you can own a bit of the island for yourself at this prop auction.
Apparently too provocative for ABC’s prime-time viewership, we’ve uncovered the ending originally intended for LOST. While it differs from J.J. Abrams’ original plans, we like this ending better.
Are you sitting here in the 11th Hour leading up to the LOST finale, and still don’t understand what’s going on? Perhaps our feline friends can help you sort out any confusion you might have.
We can honestly say we have mixed feelings now that Lost is at an end, but we couldn’t put a period on it without mentioning this amusing tee, which showcases the safety card for Oceanic Flight 815.
We always knew someone with enough free time would do this – nearly four minutes of Hurley saying “dude” from all six seasons of LOST. The word barely means anything anymore dude. Dude.
Warning – Video Contains Major Spoilers: Jimmy Kimmel, Jacob (Mark Pellegrino) and Smokey (Titus Welliver) poke fun at passing the time on the island. The real funny starts at about 1:00 in.
Losties everywhere surely will appreciate the major feat Gideon Slife is undertaking: creating an art poster for each and every episode of Lost. We like the sparse style and humor in his prolific collection.