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Category Archives: Television
So I received LOST Season Six as a belated anniversary present (thanks, Sunny). Now I’m going back and re-watching and I’m noticing a lot of things that make more sense now. Thought I’d keep a running journal of these thoughts … Continue reading
In case you haven’t heard, the final season of LOST is available on Blu-Ray and DVD at the end of the month. (And, I don’t know…say, your spouse is a super huge fan of the show and you’re 11th wedding … Continue reading
For the topographers out there, you’ll love this post. It seems that a LOST aficionado out there put his considerable talent to work drawing up a detailed map of the mysterious Island. Apparently dude has been working as a cartographer … Continue reading
In the weeks since LOST’s finale, I find myself continuing to process the implications of what we’ve seen. I wrote last week about the nature of the Sideways world; that part seemed a little easier to synthesize in light of … Continue reading
What is the Sideways World? The Sideways world exists as a communally-created realm of consciousness, an outpost for displaced souls awaiting eternal upload. At least, that’s my guesswork definition of the Sideways world. It seems fairly open to interpretation. At … Continue reading
Well, it’s been four days and I’ve had time to come down somewhat from my instantly euphoric experience of viewing the LOST finale. As with most things, time gives us the perspective to cut through the hype and hyperbole to … Continue reading