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    I'm confused, did ABC show last weeks LOST again tonite??? I totally missed that since I had to watch AI, The Contender and the Romber wedding. It was a rerun wasnt it. I'd be pissed if I missed something.

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    Terry was great tonight. Naturally friendly, a regular, unassuming guy, jovial, well-spoken. Other shows are going to want him as a guest.

    i was very nice to see Evangaline Lilly without that perpetual scowl/pout look on her face. Quite striking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada Ranger
    I just finished reading an article over at www.lost-media.com, taken from TV Guide. It's a great read for any fan of "Lost". It includes some production secrets, Q&A with Damon Lindelof and J.J. Abrams (in which, in one question, they answer the Boone Transmission question), and they give some hints as to what will happen in season 2.

    http://www.lost-media.com/modules.ph...rticle&sid=822
    AND you find out the name of at least one person who survives into the 2nd season for sure! Of course also a lot of ambiguous answers....loved the response the question about Boone's future on the show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWS
    AND you find out the name of at least one person who survives into the 2nd season for sure! Of course also a lot of ambiguous answers....loved the response the question about Boone's future on the show!
    LOL, and the Michelle Rodriguez question too! I swear, some of these answers are the most vague answers ever to be answered, anywhere!

    Edit: Alright, people, more spoilers for tonight! Credit: tvguide.com
    Link: http://www.tvguide.com/news/insider/050525a.asp
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    Hurley sees the numbers on the hatch.

    There is no monster in the water, so the rafters won't get eaten or anything like that.

    Charlie finds out about the plane full of heroin.

    That's pretty much the summary of the article.
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    Hawaii Is World's Stand-In for 'Lost'

    Hawaii Is World's Stand-In for 'Lost' By TARA GODVIN, Associated Press Writer

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/tv_lost_locations

    MOKULEIA, Hawaii - As a band of jittery plane crash survivors huddle on an island hillside listening to a distress call that has looped through the airwaves for 16 years, one of them asks, "Where ARE we?" The answer: The Hawaiian island of Oahu.

    The actors on the hit ABC show "Lost," which wraps up its debut season Wednesday, are of course free to enjoy Oahu. Their characters are miserably unaware of the civilization just off frame. But the fans know better particularly the ones who live on Oahu and proudly blurt out the true locations of flashback scenes set around the globe.

    Sydney Airport? That's really the Honolulu Convention Center.

    Korean strongman's daughter Sun met her soon-to-be husband Jin at the beautiful Byodo-in Temple in Kaneohe.

    And, if you're looking for the spot somewhere in the Mideast where former Republican Guard member Sayid mooned over the imprisoned Nadia, look inside one of the World War II bunkers at the popular tourist spot of Diamond Head, within view of famous Waikiki Beach.

    Watching the show each week, fan David Morgan often tells himself, "Hey, I know where that is!" That's because many of the settings are at his lovely, family owned Kualoa Ranch up against the sharp peaks of Koolau Range on the lush windward side of the island.

    The 4,000-acre working cattle ranch has a long history of hosting film crews, dating back to the 1965 film "In Harm's Way" and including the more recent "Godzilla," "Jurassic Park," and "50 First Dates."

    The ranch provides tours of filming highlights as well as horse and all-terrain vehicle rides and is a must-see stop for die-hard fans jonesing for the "Lost" experience while the show goes into repeats after Wednesday's finale.

    Jin reunited with his father at his native Korean fishing village set along the shore of a tranquil, 800-year-old Hawaiian fish pond at the edge of the ranch. Ill-fated lottery winner Hurley set up a golf course to entertain the beleaguered castaways on a flat spot currently littered with cowpies. And Brit rocker Charlie and his brother, in a flashback, talked about kicking drugs at Morgan's house in the Nuuanu section of Honolulu.

    At the end of a road cutting past a small airfield and another ranch along Oahu's North Shore is the former site of show's crash site, long since packed away. Rugged, beautiful and far from Hawaii's hordes of hottie surfers, Mokuleia Beach has precisely the end-of-the-world feel that permeates the show. Just you and a couple of locals casting their fishing lines from the edge of the surf.

    "Lost" fan and new Hawaii Pacific University graduate Wes Grotjan said he's particularly noticed the show's use of Honolulu's Downtown and Chinatown sections, which have done turns as everywhere from the streets of New York to towns in Australia's Outback.

    "I feel I'm kind of in on the joke that I get to see a lot of these places," said Grotjan outside HPU's downtown campus a block from where struggling artist Michael foolishly ran out into the road and got hit by a car.

    Oahu's North Shore is also home to other spots visited by the ill-fated passengers of Oceanic Flight 815.

    Across from the fabled surf break of Waimea Bay now flat as a pancake without the wintertime swells is the Waimea Valley Audubon Center. Hunky badboy Sawyer and mystery lady Kate dove and jumped off the falls there, even though No. 3 on the list of posted rules explicitly says to do neither.

    But never mind, a lifeguard is stationed just to the left of the falls should anything go wrong.

    People are always intrigued by the possibility of jumping from the falls, but it's not clear if the TV scene has attracted more daredevils, said Hazel Shaw, a spokeswoman for the center.

    Like the Kualoa Ranch, Waimea Valley has hosted film crews since the days of "Magnum P.I." But the site doesn't receive a credit in the episode, so few would know where to look for the falls except the readers of stories like this one, Shaw said.

    Just don't tell them The AP sent you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots
    (I half expected to see Captain Jack Sparrow come sauntering out. )


    LOL!! Too funny, thank you for the giggle.


    They serenaded the newest champs in this city of champs, and taunted Kobe Bryant and his Lakers, who drowned in a green-and-white wave for 48 minutes.

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    I think I know what the monster is. Should I spoiler it or just say outloud?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lea
    I think I know what the monster is. Should I spoiler it or just say outloud?
    Well since its not the official word from the show, you dont have to spoiler it. Tell us your thoughts!

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    I don't think it's a monster at all. I think it is a machine. I came up with this from last weeks episode when Danielle said it's a security device. So that means that someone has to operate it. I think that we all agree that the "monster" is tall, well above 6 feet, and the sound of the "monster" sounded familer to Rose. With Rose being from New York and there is constant construction in New York it makes me think that the "monster" is a construction crane. Some one has to operate it, it is tall, makes loud low noises and it has teeth. Remember when the pilot of the plane was torn apart but not eaten.If we see something yellow in the forest in tonights episode that might be a clue. But then again I could be totally off. It sure is fun to guess. So how about that for a therory . Tonight is two hours long so I won't be anwering the phone.

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    Only a few more minutes. In the words of Entertainment Weekly: "Tomorrow begins the hellishly long summer of trying to figure out what happened tonight."
    "I'm telling you - it's a madhouse out there. I feel like Charlton Heston waking up in the field and seeing the chimp on top of the pony." ~ Dennis Miller

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