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A Video Every Lost Fan Should Watch


It's now been one long week since the two-hour fifth season premiere of Lost and I'm counting down the hours until the third episode (with all its mad-crazy mind games) airs tonight! In the meantime, I've been playing and replaying this video that Phil sent me, which chronicles the hilarious process of a Lost virgin becoming completely obsessed with the screwy, mysterious show over the course of a few days.

There are inside jokes galore in the video and several things that would count as spoilers if you haven't seen all four seasons. I think my favorite line is when the Lost newbie asks the Lost veteran about one of the mysteries and the veteran says he doesn't know, to which there is the reply, "Four seasons later you don't know?!" To check out the video and have a laugh, courtesy of sketch comedy group Animosity Pierre,

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emalove emalove 7 years
To each their own, of course. But don't knock it without giving it a chance...that's all.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
I heard that the "island" is in it's own little world vs. the outside world, the thought of that just sort of makes me chuckle and kind of deters me from it. I mean I get sci fi is never scripted on anything realistic but time continuum plots just make me roll my eyes. Sorry.
356UIK 356UIK 7 years
LMAO!! :ROTFL:This was totally me, I watched all the seasons on DVD back to back from Aug to Dec '08. Watching them one at a time now weekly is such a weird experience for me!!!
356UIK 356UIK 7 years
LMAO!! :ROTFL: This was totally me, I watched all the seasons on DVD back to back from Aug to Dec '08. Watching them one at a time now weekly is such a weird experience for me!!!
Miss-Senorita Miss-Senorita 7 years
Lol!! That was pretty neat!!
Miss-Senorita Miss-Senorita 7 years
Lol!! That was pretty neat!!
pargie pargie 7 years
It's a great show! I watched it from the beginning, then stop watching it to watch Veronica Mars. Then I got caught up and never miss an episode now, it's so good. My husband gave up on it, he found it too difficult to follow.
Allyace Allyace 7 years
Haha, that was hysterical. Oh how I love LOST! To all of you suckers who gave up during season 2, you have NO idea what you are missing :-P.
Phil Phil 7 years
I was late on the whole Lost phenomenon too! I made assumptions about the show, scoffing about it being a scripted version of Survivor or a serialized version of Cast Away. I started watching mid-way in the second season (first scene I ever saw was Jack, Sawyer & Locke chasing after Michael) and was mesmerized by what I was watching. It was so much better than I could've imagined in every way. I decided to give it a shot, and fell in love when I found the show questioning the merits of blind faith and the motives of a person desperate for the guidance of a father or higher power, and for meaning and purpose. Soon after, I bought the season one DVD, caught up on the season two episodes, and railed myself for not having watched from the beginning, humbled by my former disinterest and blind disdain,
emalove emalove 7 years
Oh, and I was not a follower of this show from the beginning--I only started watching it this past summer, when I Netflixed all the series. With that said, if you haven't seen the show, it's very easy to have misconceptions or ideas of what the show is about. I know I did, but when I finally watched it, I realized how totally WRONG I was. It completely blew me away.
emalove emalove 7 years
Awesome synopsis of the show, Phil! I'm impressed. "More significant than anything that happens involving time/space, involving unexplained creatures and relics and phenomena, is the progression of these characters on (and off) the Island, how their past and present experiences dictate what actions they take, how they are able to redeem themselves or fall prey to the vices in their past lives." So true--couldn't have said it any better. I love how character-driven this show is. I'm so "attached" to most of them. To me, so much of this show is about redemption and the characters feeling "lost" in their lives, perhaps because of the paths they've chosen to go down, or uncontrollable circumstances in their lives.
Phil Phil 7 years
I wonder if the crazy theories out there are deterring people from this show, maybe creating a perception that the show is too outlandish to watch. At the core of Lost is a character drama that explores the nuances of the human psyche in increasingly dramatic situations. More significant than anything that happens involving time/space, involving unexplained creatures and relics and phenomena, is the progression of these characters on (and off) the Island, how their past and present experiences dictate what actions they take, how they are able to redeem themselves or fall prey to the vices in their past lives. Remember that the co-creator of this show also created Felicity. If the show ever loses focus of the characters and the aspects which make them relatable, the show will fail. Gladly, it hasn't done that yet. Lost is definitely worth a chance, even if you're not big on sci-fi/fantasy.
Phil Phil 7 years
I wonder if the crazy theories out there are deterring people from this show, maybe creating a perception that the show is too outlandish to watch.At the core of Lost is a character drama that explores the nuances of the human psyche in increasingly dramatic situations. More significant than anything that happens involving time/space, involving unexplained creatures and relics and phenomena, is the progression of these characters on (and off) the Island, how their past and present experiences dictate what actions they take, how they are able to redeem themselves or fall prey to the vices in their past lives.Remember that the co-creator of this show also created Felicity. If the show ever loses focus of the characters and the aspects which make them relatable, the show will fail. Gladly, it hasn't done that yet. Lost is definitely worth a chance, even if you're not big on sci-fi/fantasy.
emalove emalove 7 years
There are no aliens. Or black holes. But it's pretty sci-fi/supernatural driven, so if you don't like that genre, no, you wouldn't like this show.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
The whole alien or black hole thing I heard about this show, just blows my mind. I don't think I could stand more than 10mns of this.
shmoo15 shmoo15 7 years
Meh.
shmoo15 shmoo15 7 years
Meh.
emalove emalove 7 years
LOL!! I cannot wait for the new episode!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
pretty funny. Guys, Where are we? Can't wait for tonight!!!!!!!!!!
Renees3 Renees3 7 years
pretty funny. Guys, Where are we? Can't wait for tonight!!!!!!!!!!
JCP0240 JCP0240 7 years
lol loved this.
JCP0240 JCP0240 7 years
lol loved this.
GreaseistheWord GreaseistheWord 7 years
haha that video was so weird, but funny! I can’t wait for tonights episode! So is anyone familiar with Al Trautwig - he does commentary for Knicks/Rangers and now I just found out he is actually a Lost fan, who knew! He started his own weekly Lost blog where he some really funky theories on the whole time travel concept and how he thinks that Miles is the son of Dr. Marvin Candle! it’s crazy! Check it out: http://blogs.msg.com/themonitor/2009/01/23/al-trautwigs-lost-thoughts-episode-1/
suziryder suziryder 7 years
Ah I want to watch that! Unfortunately I haven't seen all of season 4... and I'm currently working my way through the whole series with my fiance, who never saw it before. We're at the end of season 2, so it'll still be a while before we can see this video. But I'm sure my fiance will appreciate it, he became an instant addict after I introduced him to the show.
Kiralee Kiralee 7 years
Great!!!! I loved the end!
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