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Michael Emerson on Cover of USA Weekend

Great to see Michael on the cover of USA Weekend as I went through my Sunday newspaper.  He and 24‘s Mary Lynn Rajskub talk a little about their shows as the magazine also shows new products coming out in 2009.  USA Weekend is aviable in most US Sunday newspapers.

By Reed Karaim

The new year also marks the return of two of TV’s most anticipated shows: Fox’s 24 (starting this Sunday) and ABC’s Lost (starting Jan. 21st). USA WEEKEND brought together two of the stars to see what they were excited about for 2009.

“I want to see if there truly is a change of direction and spirit that is consistent with what people are feeling now,” says Michael Emerson, who plays Benjamin Linus on Lost.  “I’m also curious to see where Lost is going because God knows how it will all look in the end.”

-Thanks to DarkUFO for the scan.

EW’s Review of LOST’s Season 5 Premiere

EW’s Review of LOST’s Season 5 Premiere

Yesterday. 9:30 a.m. I was moments away from spending the day at Disneyland, the happiest place on Earth, when a certain EW colleague, whose name rhymes with Shmichael Slausiello, tipped me off that the first two episodes of Lost’s fifth season were now available to lucky media dorks like me for reviewing. Suddenly, the House of Mouse (and really, any other locale that wasn’t my laptop DVD player) was not the happiest place on Earth, but the most hellishly inconvenient. ARRRRGHHH! A long day of standing in life-stealing, long-ass lines became even more criminal and assish as I counted the minutes before I could rip into the most awesome of delayed Christmas presents. (Although I must say, The Pirates of the Carrbbean — a masterpiece of experiential narrative on any other day — was almost compelling enough to distract me from my furious angst. ALMOST.)

Finally, at 10 p.m. last night, with exhausted family passed out, I sat down and broke the seven-month Lost fast with the first two helpings of season 5. Both went down well, one more so than the other. A few thoughts in advance of a more thorough discussion to come, once the episodes air and we’re all on the same page.

Some Spoilers to follow

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LOST joke in “Four Christmases”

Just saw “Four Christmases” today, and was surprised to hear LOST get subtly mentioned in the film!!!  😀  I won’t spoil anyone, but Vince Vaughn’s character references the show (not by name, so pay close attention) in a joke when asked why he doesn’t want to get married.  😉

Jorge Garcia gives spoiler at tv guide !

Jorge Garcia gives spoiler at tv guide !

Seem it will not be easy for the o6 to come back ALL together on the island ! first real info by one of our lost actors :)

lost is back in 36 days guys !!! ^^

LOST Named One of AFI’s TV Shows of the Year

The American Film Institute has picked LOST as one of 2008 TV Programs of the year.













What if Don Draper was on LOST?

As we head into a bit of a lull before the big mid-season premieres, the mind of this toobaholic began to wander into strange and bizarre territory.  As two of my favorite shows Lost and Mad Men are both on hiatus at the moment, I miss being mesmerized every Sunday night by Don Drapers’ uncomparable slickness as he continually figures out a way to “sell a hooker some p****,” as much as I miss watching Jack Shepards’ unparalelled arrogance get the Losties deeper and deeper into a pile of Dharma dung.  And so I began to wonder, what would happen if Don Draper were to take one of those unanncounced vacays of his and wound up on the island?  It would probably go down something like this…

– Our newest Lostie, stands up, brushes the sand off his Zegna suit and lights a cigarette, as Jack, Kate, Locke, Sawyer and the rest of the rag-tag gang look on in disbelief, suddenly incredibly self-conscious about their greasy locks and the tattered rags they’ve been wearing for the past 90 days or so.  Don ignores Hurley’s frantic yelling that he’s not on the manifest, tells Claire to cancel the rest of his appointments for the day, and walks off with Kate, who finds herself following him despite herself, presumably to the Swan Hatch.

– Desmond and Don are sitting in front a fire on the beach, sharing a bottle of whiskey. Desmond is perplexed and equally creeped out by Don’s persistant questions regarding why he prefers MacCutheon’s brand of Whiskey.

– Jack and Locke are having another one of their regularly scheduled power struggles.  Locke starts rambling about the island’s magical properties, only to be interuppted by Jack who launches into another one of his “live together, die alone” monologues. Don stands up, lights a cigarette and says he’s sticking with Jack, but insists he won’t be signing any contracts.

– Running low on cigarettes, Don has wisely struck up a friendship of necessity with Sawyer.  But after catching Kate walking out of Don’s swinging New Otherton bachelor pad one morning, Sawyer sucker punches our Mad Man as he walks across the quad for some of Locke’s special Dharma oatmeal with island spices.  Don, reels for a moment from the impact, calmly wipes the blood out from under his nose, and lights his last cigarette.  As he mulls over his new conundrum of where to aquire smokes, the pulse of “Jaters” and “Skaters” everywhere quickens, as a new subset of “Daters” begins to mobilize on Lost fan sites.

– Jack and the gang are in a state of apprehensive joy as they ready themselves for the arrival of the Freighter folk to whisk them back to civilization.  In preparation for his return to the advertising world, Don is drafting his great plan to save Oceanic…”Fly Oceaninc…You Never Know Where We’ll Take You!…..Oceanic, If Your Plane Crashes, We’ll Buy You a House!…”


LOST Gets 2008 PGA Nom

Even though LOST didn’t get any Golden Globe Noms today, they did get one from the Producers Guild of America Awards.   


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