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How to make Lost fun again
August 14, 2008

Here's a way to make season 5 the most interesting yet:

If my theory about the island going back in time is true, why not have 'em go back to the 60s or 70s? Lost's producers promise to open the show with the usual "What are we looking at?" kind of scenario that's designed to deceive us. (Season 4's sucked, though I did have a vision of a car chase before the show aired...it was weird. I read no spoilers but somehow knew there'd be car chase in the opening scene.)

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Is "LOST" completely lost?
March 30, 2007

In the fall of 2004, ABC premiered one of the greatest shows ever created. On March 28, 2007, they nearly ruined it. When I say "they," I mean everyone involved -- the network AND the writers.

To understand my pain, let's take a moment to examine TV sitcoms. Every year, the popular sitcoms (let's use Friends as an example) have a clip show that attemps to intertwine new footage with scenes from the past. In a comedy, this sort of thing is to be expected. And for the most part, Friends did it very effectively.

Lost, on the other hand, is a drama and should never attempt to produce a clip show. But that's exactly what they did this week, producing an episode that has caused me to cry, "another hour of my life I'll never get back."

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