At the end of a Jin/Sun-centric episode, last night we got a surprise visit from an old friend. What's this person doing back on our radar? Why was the entire episode, in essence, named after them? Spoiler Alert, duh.
Sure, he may be uncomfortable with the impoverished, but we should just be proud of former President Bush for making is through this whole visit to Haiti without one of his trademark hilarious verbal goof-ups, like "we don't torture.")
In this week's episode, we finally got to see the back story of the mysterious Richard Alpert. Was he an ancient god? An eyelinered member of Andy Warhol's Factory, out on a 35-year bender? Not quite.
Last night's episode was all about conning and double crossing. But there was at least one honest-seeming moment during the islandcapades: Bad Lock opening up to Kate about kids who grow up with crazy moms. He spoke from experience.
Last night's episode was a dark one, as we journeyed further into Sayid's forever-tortured soul and got a closer look at the thing that is Locke but isn't Locke.
Last night brought us to a mysterious Alexandria-esque lighthouse, one that didn't necessarily lead the way for incoming ships. No, it seemed to serve another purpose entirely. A magical purpose.
There's a new preview reel for the upcoming third season of Real Housewives of New York City and it is just jam-packed with things that make my eyes fall out of my face. Here are the top five things.
As this crazypot show winds down, we are getting some semblance of answers. (We know who the Smoke Monster is!) But we're also getting a few (OK, many) new questions. Like, who was that kid that scared Devil Locke so?
Lost is full of many mysteries, all perplexing paradoxes and symbolism. At last here is a video that boils the show down to its bare essence. This, dear uninitiated Lost-phobes, is what you've been missing all these years.