Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Last Night's LOST Links

A few years ago I started a tradition of putting together some helpful internet links for my LOST-watching friends at the end of each new episode. I am continuing that tradition, but I thought I might as well take advantage of some of the work and repurpose it here in the blog as well.

This task isn't me really trying to dissect anything, because I don't have time for that and other people are doing a much better job at it than I can right now. So it is a presentation of other people's thoughts, fun, theories, etc.


OK, so here are some helpful links to get you back into the LOST swing of things.

If you haven’t seen last night’s two episodes, SPOILER ALERT!!!

LOST show runners, exec. prod., masterminds Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse discuss some of the basic ideas going on in the start of Season 6.

Nikki Stafford (of Nik at Nite) always does a good job of breaking down each episode into discreet parts.
For all things LOST, EW’s Totally LOST team returns with detailed recaps, fun videos, and who know what else.

I saw this this morning . . . and I now have to watch the entire two hour premiere AGAIN to see if they are right. I thought I was only seeing two timelines, but this proposal is that there were about four timelines in play last night? (Huh?) Brain hurting.

And I’ll leave it there for the links. (The Totally LOST link is a venue towards multiple videos that break things down really well.)


I really liked last night. I found it completely unexpected and very intriguing. I don’t know what I expected them to really do, but I didn’t see this coming. I was glad to see the Temple finally, but I wondered why we needed to introduce two new characters (the Asian guy and the translator). Are they another level of authority alongside the Jacob/Richard hierarchy)?

And I’ll leave this to you guys with the following tweet from Damon Lindelof:


And don't forget that I tweet during the episodes, so if you want to follow me during a broadcast, subscribe to me somewhere past this link.

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