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posted by nandacavalieri
 and the winner is...
and the winner is...


Others:
Best nickname given por Sawyer
Captain Bunny Killer - 33%
Mr. Miyagi
Jumbotron
Blondie
Freckles

Best last words
"I'll see you in another life, brother." - Jack - 53%
"Not Penny's Boat" - Charlie


Worst last words [tie]
"Tell Shannon... tell her..." - Boone - 47%
"Paralyzed" - Nikki - 47%

"I have to tell you something, it's really really important." - Juliet

Funniest Quote
Sawyer: "You screwing Jack yet?" Juliet: "No,are you?" - 47%
"I got enough comida now to open up a chain of mini-marts. Hey, you think Sayid needs a job?" - Sawyer
"We have two giant hamsters running on a massive...
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ACT 1
[Flash sideways - Jack awakens in his apartment. In the bathroom mirror, he’s confused to see the injury on the left side of his neck is bloody.]

DAVID: Morning.

JACK: Morning.

DAVID: I made breakfast.

JACK: You know, technically, opening a box of cereal is not making breakfast.

DAVID: So, you’re coming to the show, concerto tonight, right?

JACK: Absolutely…Is your mom coming, too?

DAVID: Yeah…Why?…You’re not gonna get all weird, are you?

JACK: Why would I get weird?

DAVID: Just don’t get weird.

JACK: I won’t.

CLAIRE: Morning.

JACK: Morning.

DAVID: Morning…You want some cereal?

CLAIRE: Um,...
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"THE DECONSTRUCTION OF DR. JACK SHEPHARD"

I have a confession to make. I must be one of the few viewers of television’s "LOST" who does not dislike the series' lead character, Dr. Jack Shephard. Before anyone makes the assumption that he is a favorito character of mine, let me make one thing clear. He is not. But for some strange reason, I do not dislike Jack.

For the past three or four seasons, many "LOST" fãs have ranted consistently against Jack’s faults. Mind you, he is not the only flawed character in the series. In fact, most of the major charactes seemed to possess some very serious...
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posted by AdaLove
[Sun and Claire on the beach.]

SUN: It's been 4 days.

CLAIRE: You know, that's not that long. They said it could take up to 2 weeks to find a current. I mean, Michael knew what he was doing. I doubt anything...

[Sun notices that her wedding ring is gone. She starts frantically looking around and speaking in Korean.]

CLAIRE: What? What?

[Sun continues looking for her ring and speaking Korean.]

CLAIRE: Sun, what's wrong?

SUN: My wedding ring, it's gone.

[FLASHBACK to Sun putting a hair pin in her hair. Her mother enters.]

MRS. PAIK: [Subtitle: You're not planning on wearing that, are you?]

SUN: [Subtitle:...
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posted by TheLostBrotha
 Jin and Sawyer found out it was Michael's eye...Poor Michael, he's even sheilding his eyes...or is it just eye!
Jin and Sawyer found out it was Michael's eye...Poor Michael, he's even sheilding his eyes...or is it just eye!
Way back in Season 2 Episode... errrgghh.... 7, the tailies fell upon The Arqueiro Station witch looked like a storage facility. While looking through the stuff, Libby found a glass eye...and then it was never seen or talked about again...so who's was it?




The 3 Prime suspects:

1. Mikhail - We first saw this fellow In Season 3 Episode 5 'The Cost Of Living *sniff* Eko *sniff*...I thought this was the creepiest guy ever on lost with his eye patch...followed por Ben ofcourse, but it might not be his eye as in the season 3 finale you saw what was under his eye patch and the eye lid was stuck shut (Can't...
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here's the story line of William Shakespeare's The Tempest:


The sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, and his daughter, Miranda, have been stranded for twelve years on an island, after Prospero's jealous brother Antonio—helped por Alonso, the King of Naples—deposed him and set him adrift with the three-year-old Miranda. Prospero secretly sought the help of Gonzalo and their small and shoddy barco had secretly been upgraded to be mais than sea worthy, it had been supplied with plenty of comida and water, it had an excellent biblioteca and contained surviving material in case the barco capsized....
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[Black screen with voiceover.]

CHANG: In a world of conflict and strife, there is but one fact we all can agree upon... everybody loves Hugo.

[Applause is heard as a picture of Hurley fills the screen.]

CHANG: Born to humble surroundings, Hugo Reyes has always been a beacon of light for all who cruz his path.

[Photos of Hurley as a baby are shown.]

CHANG: Hugo's lifelong amor affair with chicken led him to acquire and then expand the Mr. Cluck's chain into a worldwide phenomenon.

[Photos are shown of Mr. Cluck's stores in famous locations across the globe.]

CHANG: The exponential growth of Hugo's...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (2.10) "The 23rd Psalm"

During its six years on the air, "LOST" managed to earn five Emmy nominations for composição literária in a Drama Series. The series earned its segundo composição literária nomination for its Season Two episode called (2.10) "The 23rd Psalm".

Written por showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, and directed por Matt Earl Beesley; "The 23rd Psalm" is the first "LOST" episode to explore the backstory of Tail Section survivor, Mr. Eko. The episode began several decades earlier, when guerilla fighters arrived at a small Nigerian village. The guerilla fighters are there to recruit...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (1.01-1.02) "The Pilot"

The pilot episode of some of my favorito televisão series have rarely impressed me . . . if not at all. There are a few exceptions to the rule. And one of those exceptions happened to the be pilot episode for ABC-TV's "LOST".

Created por J.J. Abrams, Jeffrey Leiber and Damon Lindelof, "LOST" aired on televisão for six seasons, between 2004 and 2010. As many fãs know, "LOST" told about the survivors of a commercial passenger plane crash on a mysterious South Pacific island, while flying between Sydney and Los Angeles. While televisão viewers got to...
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Over five years ago, (4.10) "Something Nice Back Home", a Season Four episode of "LOST" aired for the first time and I wrote a review of the episode. After a new, recent viewing, I decided to write another artigo on the episode:


"LOST" RETROSPECT: (4.10) "Something Nice Back Home"

I am beginning to wonder if (4.10) "Something Nice Back Home", a Season Four episode from "LOST", might be one of the most misunderstood episodes of the series. When I recently viewed it for a segundo time in four years, I came to a realization that I may have misunderstood it.

"Something Nice Back Home" is basically...
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Below is an artigo I had written about the Season Five episode of "LOST" (2004-2010) called (5.09) "Namaste":


"LOST" RETROSPECT: (5.09) Namaste"

"Namaste" is a term used commonly on the Indian subcontinent that is used as a greeting and a parting valediction between individuals. I suppose that this word might be the proper título for this ninth episode from Season Five from ABC's "LOST". (5.09) "Namaste" served as a crossroad for the series' fifth season. It served as a closure for some of the season's story arcs and a beginning for others.

The episode opened where the sixth episode, (5.06) "316"...
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While looking back at some of the artigos I have written about "LOST" and its characters, I discovered that I have written several artigos that were either about the character, Kate Austen, or in which she featured heavily. One would think that she is such a compelling character. But I do not think so. I suspect that my problem with Kate was that I found her to be one of the most badly written characters on this show and in the history of televisão . . . and she was the female lead. And I find that disturbing. My past dislike of the character (which I eventually overcame) went up a notch...
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posted by Felice65
 Aaron Littleton
Aaron Littleton
On February 4, 2009, ”LOST” aired an episode called (5.04) ”The Little Prince”. In this episode, former fugitive Kate Austen discovered that that someone knows the secret of Aaron Littleton’s true parental lineage. When I first learned about this episode, I found myself wondering if the series would finally address the moral consequences of the Oceanic Six’s lie about Aaron. It did . . . on a very limited scale.

As everyone knows, Australian survivor, Claire Littleton had given birth to an infant son named Aaron on the castaways’ 41st dia on the island. While on the run from the...
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 Josh Randall as Nathan in 'The Other 48 Days'
Josh Randall as Nathan in 'The Other 48 Days'
For some time now, we've just accepted that Nathan (season 2, episode 7 Tailie from 'The Other 48 Days') is Canadian and that Ana Lucia merely had 'the wrong guy'.
I'm asking the question... Who is Nathan really?
On several re-watches of the episode, I started to realize there was a lot mais going on than I originally thought.

One thing that's important to remember is LOST's Canada deception!

It's well known that EVERY other reference to Canada or being Canadian on lost (and there are many), is indicative of deception.

It stands to reason that Nathan may not actually be Canadian at all, or if he...
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[Shot of Claire's eye opening. We hear a baby crying and see Claire looking around. She sits up and she isn't pregnant. She hears the baby cry, gets up and walks into the jungle to find the baby. We see Locke sitting at a mesa, tabela with a lamp, tarot cards, a mesa, tabela runner, and crystals. He's dealing the cards [but we can't see what they are]. We hear the sound of a sword being unsheathed. There is wind and motion in the trees.]

CLAIRE: What's happening?

LOCKE: You know what's happening.

CLAIRE: But I don't understand. Why --?

LOCKE: He was your responsibility but you gave him away, Claire. Everyone...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (2.09) "What Kate Did"

Kate Austen has to be one of the most divisive characters on the ABC series, "LOST". The character has generated some very extreme reactions from the show's fans. The latter have either loved her or hated her. I had harbored a good deal of dislike toward Kate, myself for a long period. However, my dislike stemmed from the writers' handling of her character and a good number of the fans' attitude toward the mistakes and crimes she had committed. A good example of this attitude could be found in the general reaction to the Season Two episode called (2.09)...
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posted by AdaLove
[bare feet slapping against concrete, panting]

[Lennon jogs through the temple]

[door slams open]

[Lennon enters Dogen's quarters]

LENNON: He's alive.

[Dogen does not reply, his expression unreadable, he clasps the pendant around his neck]

[At the spring, Jack kneels seguinte to Sayid and smiles]

HURLEY: It worked? Dude! You're okay!

[Hurley kneels and hugs Sayid]

JACK: Hurley, let him breathe. Miles, can you go get some water?

[Miles stares at Sayid in confusion]

MILES: Yeah... on it...

[Miles exits]

JACK: Sayid? Hey... how are you feeling?

SAYID: A little light-headed...

[Jack chuckles]

[Jin crouches nearby...
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posted by monkeypup
If there's one thing that bothers me about lost (and surprisingly, there is only one thing), it is the constant statements, insinuations and hints dropped por the Others to prove that they are the "Good Guys."

My hope of hopes is that the writers of lost are accurately portraying a group of people who believe they are doing the right thing, when in reality they are doing nothing of the kind.

My fear, though, is that the writers are setting things up to prove to us that the Others are, in fact, good. My fear is that they will reveal an agenda that, in their eyes, justifies what the Others have...
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FAN PERCEPTION OF ANA-LUCIA CORTEZ

I have a confession to make. I did not watch the ABC series “LOST” from the beginning. In fact, I did not start watching the series until (2.02) “Adrift”, the segundo episode of Season Two. However, I could barely maintain interest in the show, until the Season Two episode, (2.04) “Everybody Hates Hugo”.

To be honest, there was nothing particularly special about that episode. But there was one scene that really made me sit up and notice. This scene featured a moment in which Tail Section survivor Ana-Lucia Cortez punched James “Sawyer” Ford....
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posted by TheLostBrotha
 The advert that made me started watching LOST...
The advert that made me started watching LOST...
The dia was the 10th of August 2005. lost Season 1 had started in Britain. I never knew I would be hooked to a TV show like this and I really didn't think about it!
Lets start of why I started to watch it. Everyone should be aware of the famous link for LOST. I saw it when flicking through the channels. I flicked over to Channel 4 and saw some people dancing around on a beach. I was and still am a major Lord Of The Rings fã and when I saw Dominic Monaghan in the advert, I had to watch it. Many magazines had artigos wrote how good it was but I never paid much attention to it. Soon as I knew...
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