Lost, without you.

Yes, it's Wednesday. No, there will not be a new episode of Lost on tonight. Which isn't really that unusual, but it's still plenty depressing, especially knowing that the season is actually over. In the meantime, here's the Lost Wikipedia page, which is surprisingly well organized and comprehensive. And, best of all, it will take you until September to get through the whole thing, so, you know, by the time you're done it will almost be time to find out how Ms. Klugh's hatred of children is tied to the missing arm of Dr. Marvin Candle. You know, the guy from the orientation video? The first orientation video. No, not the one from the Pearl. The one from the Swan. Where Desmond was. The guy who was in a boat race around the world? No, we don't know if he only has four toes, but, yes, there will be six Lost action figures released this fall, and, yes, the first one is Charlie. The one from Driveshaft? With the heroin problem? No, not Boone. Charlie. Boone's dead. Like his stepsister, Shannon. Who he was in love with. Like Sayid.

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