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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots View Post


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    But later in the same episode, this conversation takes place, about Nathan:

    Ana Lucia: He wasn't on the plane.

    Bernard: What?

    Ana Lucia: We were in the air for 2 hours -- I didn't see him once -- not once.


    Was she so drunk on Tequila she mistook an 8-hour flight for a 2-hour flight? Or is this just another writer’s error? Or is there something fishy about Ana?


    Maybe she was drunk on the set and the crew was too afraid of her wrath to tell her she made a mistake!


    Loston... - I thought that was a boat - a tug or something?

    http://www.boatnerd.com/pictures/tug...02-02mn-pg.jpg

    I wish the screen cap was clearer.
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    Sorry to double post, but I like this photo better.

    http://www.boatnerd.com/pictures/tug...as-7-19-al.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots View Post
    I spent the weekend rewatching some episodes and discovered something I never noticed before, although Im sure others probably have. In the premiere episode last season, the pilot tells Jack: 6 hours in our radio went out, no one could see us. We turned back to land in Fiji, by the time we hit turbulence we were 1000 miles off course. They're looking for us in the wrong place.
    Such false modesty, Qboots!

    Re the SUV issue....well, I guess they both could have been driving SUVs, but then you'd think someone would have said "run into ANOTHER SUV" at some point. But I think you are right. They need to have an obsessed fan go over the script ahead of time to avoid these writer continuity errors!

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    I saw this on Scifi.com in today's news:

    Lost Season To Run Long

    Javier Grillo-Marxuach, who is currently a writer and supervising producer on ABC's hit SF series Lost, told SCI FI Wire that the current season will end with more than the standard 22 hours of TV. "We are doing 23 episodes, but the 23rd is a two-hour finale, so it's actually 24 hours," Grillo-Marxuach said in an interview. The co-writer of two episodes this season, "Orientation" and "Collision," Grillo-Marxuach said that he's not sure he'll write another before the season's end. "I actually don't have an assignment yet. The last one that I co-wrote was 'Collision,' and I'm waiting for the next one to come up that will be mine."

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    Just read this: concerning the easter egg in Fire + Water

    "The Easter Egg in "Fire + Water" that was on the sign on the building is Widmore Construction. We will learn more about them later. "
    Warning about source, it IS a spoiler site, so only click on it if you're ok with having other things spoiled source

    Also, there have been comments on Danielle's child:
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    It is implied that the Alex with the Others is in fact Danielle's Alex.

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    ok, just read that the shot that Desmond injected into himself had "the numbers" on it, and that the soccer players in the airport in a flashback also had "the numbers" on their jerseys. WTF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoopy View Post
    ok, just read that the shot that Desmond injected into himself had "the numbers" on it, and that the soccer players in the airport in a flashback also had "the numbers" on their jerseys. WTF?
    Well, we heard earlier that the writers have been told to use the numbers whenever possible.... so it may not mean any more than that.

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    I'm beginning to wonder if the writers aren't going just a little bit overboard with "the numbers". I get it, they mean something. But to have them on almost everything kind of takes away some of the allure for me. Maybe it's just me though

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    Ok, I got a little lost I'm not sure now if we can still post media articles in this thread so MODs feel free to move it if necessary.

    Anyway, here it goes...

    http://entertainment.iwon.com/celebg...08_2006_2.html

    Holloway Champions Sawyer's Lost Cause
    by Shawna Malcom

    Is Sawyer, the sexy bad boy on ABC's Lost (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET), turning all good on us? Not if Josh Holloway has anything to say about it — and does he ever, in this TV Guide interview!

    TV Guide: In this week's episode, Sawyer finally gets some more flashback love. It's about time! Josh Holloway: I know! Of course, he got shot, so he was kind of out of commission for awhile. Now he's healed enough to be back in the game.

    TV Guide: By the Lost time line, though, it's only been a matter of days since he was shot by the Others, right? Holloway: In reality, he wouldn't be able to use his damn arm. I guess those antibiotics are workin'. That Jack is one wonder doctor! [Laughs]

    TV Guide: So give us the scoop on Sawyer's episode. Holloway: Sawyer's focus is revenge [against the Others]. But he's at the mercy of Jack and Locke's decision-making, and that's not a place he likes to be. So he's gonna be Sawyer. His actions are gonna be selfish. I don't know how people are gonna feel about him afterwards.

    TV Guide: I heard you begged producers not to make Sawyer too likable. True? Holloway: Yes. I trust them implicitly, but I don't ever want Sawyer to lose his edge. More edge and a tiny little inkling of humanity — that's where I wanna keep him.

    TV Guide: You actually filmed a different Sawyer episode that was supposed to air at the beginning of the season but never did. What happened? Holloway: The show took a good stance there. ABC was trying to mandate the story somewhat. They wanted to capitalize on [Sawyer's popularity] for the opening of the season, but that's just not where the story was — the story needed to be about Mike and [the kidnapped] Walt. So after three days of filming, [producers] pulled it. I was hurt as an actor a little, but I understood. They got back in line with the integrity of the story, and that I have huge respect for.

    TV Guide: Will that episode ever air? Holloway: I don't know. If they wanna tell that story, they have it.

    TV Guide: Now that Jack's rejected Kate, will she be seeking comfort from you? Holloway: There's no major love scene yet, but it's definitely heading in that direction. He's got an in with Kate right now because he's been injured, so don't think he's not gonna work that angle. He's definitely using the "poor me" thing. It's heating up, which is good. Sawyer's got needs. He hasn't gotten any action since he's been on the island.

    TV Guide: Why's he having so much trouble? Holloway: Kate's a tough cookie to crack! I would've thought he'd at least [have] gotten a little on the side, just to use as jealousy.

    TV Guide: Was it your idea to give Sawyer a haircut? Holloway: Oh, yes. It's in your face all the time and ruining some of your best takes. The hair was in the way.

    TV Guide: In October, you and wife Yessica were robbed at gunpoint in the middle of the night in your Hawaii home. What happened?Holloway: We startled him. I got up to have a smoke, opened the door and boom! Gun to your head. He was scared. You wanna do something... [maybe] attack the guy... but you don't wanna give him a reason to shoot. So I just kept myself between him and my wife. I told him, "I'm not looking at you, dude. It's cool." It was like, calm him down and get him the f--- out.

    TV Guide: They've since arrested a suspect. How are you dealing? Holloway: It's hard when it happens in your house because that energy stays awhile. I had to find some bright side, and I tell you what: It sure is a lot of ammo to use as an actor.

    TV Guide: On a lighter note, you've filmed a movie called Whisper. Tell us about it. Holloway: I'm playing this guy kind of like Jack. Of course, he's not a doctor, he's an ex-con. [Laughs] He agrees to do the ol' "one last job" and kidnaps this evil little bastard. It's kind of like an Omen-ish thing.

    TV Guide: Have you considered asking Lost cocreator J.J. Abrams for another job, now that he's a big film director? Holloway: I told him, "I die well, man. Shoot me in the first scene of Mission: Impossible III. Blow me off a roof or something."

    TV Guide: A speeding ticket you got in Hawaii made national headlines.Holloway: That wasn't speeding! I was doing 53 in a 35!

    TV Guide: And how is that not speeding? Holloway: That's the Honolulu police department not having anything better to do. [Laughs] I was like, "Come on, let me at least get a real one — 120 in a 35!" At least it'd be in line with my character!

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    Anyone see Jorge Garcia on Kimmel last night? He's hilarious. He's dating a hawaiin girl and they just moved in together and he was saying that every so often he'll pretend to collapse on her (in the bedroom ) to see if she can escape to go call 911 (she doesn't actually have to call 911 she just has to be able to escape). This is to prepare just in case anything should ever happen. He said one time he found a little baggie with some powder in her purse and he called her out and he opened the baggie and put some of the powder on his fingers and he said it felt a little grainy and so he called her out and was like "Uh, honey? Is this your drugs?" She said "Honey, that's my mom." He said he was thisclose to doing like the cop shows and tasting some of it before she said that. I was dying. Who would've thought he was so hilarious.
    Anyway, I just received LOST Season 1 on DVD yesterday in the mail. Can't wait to dig in to it and see if I might've missed any little clues anywhere.
    Hurley: (holding up a Jesus statue) I don't know. I thought there might be a prowler or something.
    Mrs. Reyes: (grabbing the statue) Jesus Christ is not a weapon! - LOST "There's No Place Like Home Pt. 1

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