Now that President Obama's State of the Union speech has been set for a date that won't interfere with the "Lost" season premiere, everything seems to be on track. At least for the fans of the popular show.
The Onion News Network is reporting that the final season of "Lost" promises to make fans more annoying than ever before. In fact, there are even shelters being set up for friends and family members of any "Lost" fan.
Watch the video below to see "Lost" executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse warn people that after a few new episodes air, it will be difficult to talk to "Lost" fans about anything else besides the show.
This video is so true! I used to work at a place with a bunch of Lost fans and we called Wednesday "Lost Wednesday" and a lot of free time on Thursdays was spent talking about theories we had, what could be happening next week, will Kate die in an explosion... I could see how to the non-Lost fan that would become annoying.
Everyone at my studio has been rewatching the last season in preparation. There's so much to take in. It's pretty much torture for me to relive it, so I'm just going to jump in and keep watching and hope my brain retained the million fragments to the big mystery.
dddarnewrites: on January 19th, 2010 at 3:25:36 PM
Lost can suck my hairy balls
WV-Filmswrites: on January 19th, 2010 at 3:27:09 PM
I don't follow this show, but haven't the past 4 seasons been the "last season"?