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Which of Lost’s Latest “Thumps” Trumps the Rest?


Happy Thumpday!

As Lost catches one last breath this week before unfurling the final four episodes of Season 5, we thought it a good time to assess the 13 end-of-episode “thumps” served up thus far.

Review below the list of moments that wowed us before the screen went to black, and then vote for the one that slammed you deepest into the sofa (or beanbag chair, if you’ve been appropriately channeling the ’70s).

Feel free to elaborate on the thump you’re stumping for in the comments section. 



Which of thes Season 5 “thumps” has been the best?


Exclusive: Lost Fans Invited to Weigh In on Season Finale

Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof promised to call me as soon as they came up with a nickname for the closing — and assuredly jaw-dropping — scene of this season’s finale, which is now slated for May 13.

The thing is, the boys aren’t nicknaming that moment this year.

You are.

TVGuide.com has learned exclusively that in this week’s official Lost podcast, posting to ABC.com on Thursday, Team Darlton will formally invite viewers to suggest a nickname for the season finale’s final moment.

In seasons past, that head-scratcher has been dubbed “Bagel” (Walt is abducted by the Others!), “Challah” (Penny’s research team locates the island!), “The Rattlesnake in the Mailbox” (Jack is flashing forward!) and “Frozen Donkey Wheel” (which, quite literally, Ben rotated to move the island).

The ink is barely dry on the finale script and it’s at least a week from being filmed, so you’ll just have to go with your gut when conjuring up a nickname. There is talk, however, that the season-ender will (SPOILER ALERT) culminate with “the incident” referred to by Marvin Candle in the first orientation video.

Submissions can be directed to ABC.com/asklost, with the producers’ pick being announced on ABC’s March 26 podcast.


Lost Preview: Who’s the New Woman in Sawyer’s Life?

Lost Preview: Who’s the New Woman in Sawyer’s Life?

This Wednesday on Lost (9 pm/ET, ABC), Sawyer, Juliet and the other time-trippers cross paths with, among other people, a woman named Amy — and boy, is she about to make a special delivery. 24 alumna Reiko Aylesworth gave us a tease-filled look at her multi-episode turn.

TVGuide.com: How has it been for you, basically a New York City gal, filming in Hawaii?
Reiko Aylesworth: It does feel like another country, but it’s great. It’s also weird because I got there and everybody looks like me and my family, which never happens. It’s that whole mixed Asian thing! [Laughs]

TVGuide.com: So first things first: Who is Amy?
Aylesworth: Good question. I’m trying to think of how I can describe her without giving anything away… . You come upon Amy in the midst of the biggest crisis of her life. Actually, two of the most intense moments in her life are in this first episode.

TVGuide.com: When is Amy?
Aylesworth: I was told I’m not supposed to reveal that, even though it’s the worst-kept secret. You could probably tell me.

TVGuide.com: Well, the photos would suggest the 1970s. And she seems quite clearly to be having a baby. True?
Aylesworth: Yes.

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Evangeline lilly interview about the upcoming sawyer and kate reunion

Evangeline lilly interview about the upcoming sawyer and kate reunion

Lost fans were in an uproar when reports alleged that Evangeline Lilly was leaving the show and auditioning for pilots that could launch this fall.

Her reps were quick to put out that fire, saying the story was absolutely false.

So TVGuide.ca decided to ask the actress herself, and hopefully, fans will be pleased by the answer.

“Why on Earth would I want to leave the best female role on television, in my humble opinion?” says Lilly with a laugh. “I’m happy at the show. The rumour started because the world was bored and they need a little drama, so they make things up, and that’s it; it’s very simple.”

Phew, right? The preview for the next episode of Lost has alluded to the long-awaited reunion of Kate and Sawyer (Josh Holloway), and Lilly dished on how she hoped it would go down, and what did indeed happen.

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Spoilers for the next episode “Lafleur”

Spoilers for the next episode “Lafleur”

Another Thursday, another installment of TVGuide.com’s “Getting Lost” video series. And this one comes packaged with an intriguing “bundle of joy.”

But first: On the heels of Walt’s still-tall/non-ghost encounter with John Locke, Malcolm David Kelley shares his take on whether we’ve seen the last of Michael’s son. Or… might Walt and his never-fully-realized “powers” resurface next year in time for what undoubtedly will be Lost’s thrilling series finale?

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Life Imitates Art: Lost Producers Would Love to Meet Heroic US Airways Pilot

Celebrated US Airways pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger not only scored an invite to Tuesday’s Presidential Inauguration, he also has an open invitation to visit the set of Lost, the ABC series revolving around the miraculous survivors of a plane crash.

“We would love to meet Sully,” Carlton Cuse told TVGuide.com when asked if he and fellow Lost executive producer Damon Lindelof might invite the pilot to visit the show’s production base in Hawaii.

Sullenberger has been commended for his ability to safely land Flight 1549 in New York City’s Hudson River, and without any casualties among the 155 passengers and crew members on board. That he was able to do so, Cuse notes, is rather ironic given one of the “extras” on the Lost Season 4 DVD set.

“It’s funny,” says Cuse, “because there’s a special feature which has somebody trying to debunk the Oceanic 6’s story” about surviving the plunge of Flight 815. “There’s this aviation expert basically saying, ‘A water landing is impossible. That part of their story doesn’t hold up. You could never land a plane on the water.'”

Eau contraire.


Juliet spoilers on tv guide

Juliet spoilers on tv guide

just a little info for juliet’s fan published on tv guide today^^

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