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« Reply #3900 on: September 07, 2007, 03:25:40 pm »

Now see I love Charlies character but I do think that the directors made his character worse in Season 2 which is my least fave of the 3 series btw but this not Doms fault in fact this may be one reason among many he chose to leave cos his character was going nowhere.
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« Reply #3901 on: September 14, 2007, 06:56:06 pm »

I loved Charlie. I thought he had a great character and great story potential.

I didn't find him annoying at all, I actually thought he was one of the most entertaining characters in the show. I honestly feel that it's all going to be doom and gloom from now on.

OK, there is Hurley, he was entertaining too. But not as much as Charlie.

I've just watched the whole of series one and two (not bothering with three as I only watched that a couple of months ago with my Mum) and I thought he was fantastic.

I'm really going to miss him now
No one to represent England either now - BOOOOOOOOO!

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« Reply #3902 on: September 15, 2007, 04:50:25 am »

Hey taf, you're right no one else english..oh hang on the guy who plays Sayid is from London..I like Sayid character..and Jack, Kate, Swyer, Hurley, Claire and Locke but my favourite was Charlie..when ever I see Locke a little phrase will pop in my head.."bald headed wanker", lol
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« Reply #3903 on: September 16, 2007, 07:08:49 am »

I used to DL seasons 1 and 2 because LOST was not shown on TV initially and then later it didn't air past season 1. I don't think there was enough interest. I didn't/don't have the time anymore to DL the episodes but I would love to know what has happened since. Would anybody be so to kind as to give me a brief summary of season 3 and perhaps the last few episodes of season 2? I would really appreciate it.
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« Reply #3904 on: September 16, 2007, 07:53:43 am »

47. Live Together, Die Alone (1) 

First aired: 5/24/2006    Production Code: 223
After discovering something odd just offshore, Jack and Sayid come up with a plan to confront "The Others" and hopefully get Walt back. Meanwhile, Eko and Locke come to blows as Locke makes a potentially cataclysmic decision regarding the "button" and the hatch. Lastly, Desmond returns and he sheds some more light on his experience on the island in the three years prior to when Locke came down into that hatch.

8. Live Together, Die Alone (2) 

First aired: 5/24/2006    Production Code: 224
After discovering something odd just offshore, Jack and Sayid come up with a plan to confront "The Others" and hopefully get Walt back. Meanwhile, Eko and Locke come to blows as Locke makes a potentially cataclysmic decision regarding the "button" and the hatch.

Series 3

First aired: 10/4/2006    Production Code: 301
Jack, Kate, and Sawyer are prisoners of the mysterious "Others." After their captors drug them and take blood samples, they are held in separate areas. The camp leaders--Ben (Henry Gale), Mr. Friendly and a new woman, Juliet--try to make the castaways adjust to their new circumstances.

Flashbacks reveal more about Jack's past with his father and his wife Sarah.

50. The Glass Ballerina 

First aired: 10/11/2006    Production Code: 302
Sun and Jin's lives are put in danger when Sayid tries to locate Jack and the other missing castaways. Sayid also creates a plan in order to get the attention of the "Others" on the beach. Meanwhile, Henry (i.e. Ben) gives Jack an offer that is very tempting in exchange for his cooperation. Lastly, Kate and Sawyer must adjust to harsh conditions that are being forced upon them by "The Others."

51. Further Instructions 

First aired: 10/18/2006    Production Code: 303
Locke, Eko and Desmond are found scattered about the island after the implosion of the hatch. Locke receives a message from the Island asking him to fix the situation he caused. Hurley returns to the beach camp to report the imprisonment of Kate, Jack and Sawyer by the Others. Desmond has been fundamentally altered by the implosion, giving him a mysterious new power.

52. Every Man for Himself 

First aired: 10/25/2006    Production Code: 304
The Others prevent Sawyer and Kate from escaping, leaving Sawyer perplexed by the extent of the measures taken to keep them imprisoned. Jack is asked to use his medical training to save the life of one of the Others. At the beach, Desmond's strange behavior attracts attention. He begins to construct a mysterious device.

53. The Cost of Living 

First aired: 11/1/2006    Production Code: 305
A delirious Eko wrestles with past demons; some of the castaways go to the Pearl station to find a computer they can use to locate Jack, Kate and Sawyer; Jack does not know who to trust when two of the Others are at odds with each other.

54. I Do 

First aired: 11/8/2006    Production Code: 306
Jack makes a decision regarding Ben's offer. Sawyer's life is placed in danger when Pickett decides to make good on his threat. Locke discovers a hidden message that may help unlock the island's secrets. Kate recalls memories from the past, which caused her to make an important choice.

55. Not In Portland 

First aired: 2/7/2007    Production Code: 307
Jack has the Others in a desperate situation as he holds Ben's life in his hands. Meanwhile, Kate and Sawyer try to escape from their captors. Flashbacks reveal Juliet's past as a medical researcher in Miami.

56. Flashes Before Your Eyes 

First aired: 2/14/2007    Production Code: 308
After Desmond rescues Claire from drowning, Charlie gets Hurley to help him find out why Desmond has seemed able to predict the future. Desmond recalls exactly what took place in the moments after he turns the key, where he experienced a strange vision of his life prior to his Army days.

57. Stranger In A Strange Land 

First aired: 2/21/2007    Production Code: 309
As Kate and Sawyer journey back to the main island with Karl, who is exhibiting effects of the brainwashing video, they argue over whether to go back and save Jack. On Hydra island, as Juliet's fate rests in his hands and a power struggle within the Others ensues, Jack recollects the time he spent in Phuket, Thailand and his relationship with Achara, a mysterious tattoo artist.

58. Tricia Tanaka is Dead 

First aired: 2/28/2007    Production Code: 310
Kate is still struggling over their decision to leave Jack in the hands of the Others as she and Sawyer return to their camp. Meanwhile, Hurley finds an old van in the jungle and attempts to use it to help a fellow survivor in need of faith and hope. Flashbacks reveal more of Hurley's tumultuous past with the numbers curse.

59. Enter 77 

First aired: 3/7/2007    Production Code: 311
On their mission to rescue Jack, Kate, Sayid, and Locke stumble upon a mysterious structure surrounded by farm animals and meet its strange inhabitant. Back at the camp, in order to reclaim his belongings, Sawyer plays in a ping-pong competition.

60. Par Avion 

First aired: 3/14/2007    Production Code: 312
Claire has an idea to send a message to the outside world. Charlie, however, is resistant to the idea, and Desmond tries to sabotage the plan. As Claire tries to get the truth behind their actions out of the pair, she remembers traumatic events from her past. Meanwhile, the rescue party encounters a dangerous obstacle.

61. The Man From Tallahassee 

First aired: 3/21/2007    Production Code: 313
When Kate and Locke arrive at the Others' camp, Ben promises to tell Locke the island's secrets as long as he stops his destructive plan, and Kate's reunion with Jack doesn't go very well when she learns that the Others have offered him a deal. More of Locke's troubled past is revealed.

62. ExposÚ 

First aired: 3/28/2007    Production Code: 314
When both Nikki and Paulo apparently die, the rest of the castaways try to figure out what happened to them. In the course of the investigation, the truth about Sun's "kidnapping" comes to light. Flashbacks show what Nikki and Paulo were doing before the crash and why they kept to themselves afterwards.

Writer: Edward Kitsis, Adam Horowitz
Director: Stephen Williams
Guest star: Daniel Roebuck (Dr. Leslie Arzt), Jacob Witkin (Howard L. Zukerman), Billy Dee Williams (Mr. LaShade), William Mapother (Ethan Rom), Maggie Grace (Shannon Rutherford), Ian Somerhalder (Boone)
63. Left Behind 

First aired: 4/4/2007    Production Code: 315
The Others are vacating their home, and one of the castaways is leaving with them. Kate is knocked out and wakes up in the jungle handcuffed to Juliet. Kate is determined to return to get Jack, while Juliet believes she has been abandoned. The two have to work together in order to survive. Flashbacks show how Kate tried to reconcile with her mother. Meanwhile, Hurley informs Sawyer that a vote will be held on whether or not to banish him. The two concoct a plan to get everyone to like Sawyer so he can stay.

64. One of Us 

First aired: 4/11/2007    Production Code: 316
Jack returns, but no one is in the mood for celebrating when they see that Juliet has come back with him. As Juliet struggles to find a way to be accepted, flashbacks show how she came to the island and what she was doing during those three years. She sees a chance to help when Claire suddenly develops a dangerous illness, but Sawyer and Sayid are reluctant to trust her.

65. Catch-22 

First aired: 4/18/2007    Production Code: 317
Desmond convinces Hurley, Jin, and Charlie to follow him on a trek through the jungle after he receives a series of visions. Flashbacks reveal the time that Desmond spent with a cloister of monks. Meanwhile, a despondent Kate turns to Sawyer for companionship after seeing Jack and Juliet together.

66. D.O.C. 

First aired: 4/25/2007    Production Code: 318
Sun learns what happens to pregnant women on the island. Juliet takes her to the Staff in order to learn the baby's D.O.C. (Date of Conception). If the baby was conceived on the island, then Sun only has two months to live. But if it was conceived before the crash, it means the baby is Jae's. Sun recalls how she learned about Jin's parents. Meanwhile, the woman who dropped from the sky is dying, and Desmond and Charlie clash as an adversary arrives who can help her.

67. The Brig 

First aired: 5/2/2007    Production Code: 319
After abandoning the Others, Locke takes Sawyer on a trek through the jungle to help him eliminate a common enemy. Meanwhile, back at the beach, the parachutist Naomi has crucial information about flight 815.

68. The Man Behind the Curtain 

First aired: 5/9/2007    Production Code: 320
Locke confronts Ben and demands that Ben take him to Jacob. Ben complies, but the answers Locke receives are not what he expected. Ben remembers his childhood on the Island, revealing the history of the Dharma Initiative and how the Others came to power. Meanwhile, Juliet's deception is revealed back at the beach, but her and Jack's reactions are quite unexpected.

69. Greatest Hits 

First aired: 5/16/2007    Production Code: 321
Charlie makes a list of the best moments of his life. Once again, Desmond has foreseen his death, but this time Charlie decides to face it head on. Jack devises a plan to fight back when the Others arrive, but unexpected developments jeopardize everything. Sayid discovers a way to contact Naomi's ship, but it requires a sacrifice. Everyone is on edge, as the first major confrontation with the Others approaches.

70. Through The Looking Glass (1) 

First aired: 5/23/2007    Production Code: 322
The ambush for the Others goes awry and ends with Sayid, Jin, and Bernard getting captured. Ben is informed of Charlie's presence in the Looking Glass station and sends Mikhail to "clean up" the situation. He then embarks with Alex to meet the survivors heading for the radio tower. In spite of increasing concern amongst the survivors, Jack resolutely continues on their trek. Flashbacks show him at a very low point of his life, where he is suicidal and drug addicted.

71. Through The Looking Glass (2) 

First aired: 5/23/2007    Production Code: 323
Ben confronts Jack, claiming that Naomi is not who she seems. Meanwhile, Sawyer and Juliet try to come up with a plan to rescue the hostages at the beach. Inside the Looking Glass, Charlie and Desmond struggle to find a way to shut off the blocking signal.

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« Reply #3905 on: September 16, 2007, 08:21:24 pm »

congratulations, Terry O'Quinn, on winning the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. it was well deserved. 
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« Reply #3906 on: September 17, 2007, 02:14:46 am »

did he, CONGRATULATIONS!! from me too Terry good on ya!
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« Reply #3907 on: November 01, 2007, 03:38:43 pm »

I finished watching the third season just a few days ago. And I found it amazing.
The second one was quite disappointing for me; but this last is so perfect!!!
I like the evolution of every character. They are more interesting now. And the flashback less boring.

I can┤t wait for Season 4.
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« Reply #3908 on: November 01, 2007, 07:56:35 pm »

So that strike is supposed to start really soon and Lost is one of the shows predicted to be effected.    I hope it's not
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Sort of is such a harmless thing to say, it's just a filler, it doesn't really mean anything. But after certain things sort of means everything - like after "I love you" or "You're going to live."
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« Reply #3909 on: November 02, 2007, 02:21:21 pm »

from what i hear, LOST will probably be the least affected of all the shows. the production of season 4 started way back in July despite the delayed start of the season. so, according to Kristen at E!, Lost will still be going strong long after the others have run out of steam. i think i heard they have the first 10 episodes written, they just need to film them, which they don't need the writers for. 
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« Reply #3910 on: November 03, 2007, 11:46:23 pm »

Yeah most shows are going to be okay for a while.  I'm just interested to see how this will effect hollywood as a whole(if it does happen).
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Sort of is such a harmless thing to say, it's just a filler, it doesn't really mean anything. But after certain things sort of means everything - like after "I love you" or "You're going to live."
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« Reply #3911 on: November 05, 2007, 02:30:46 am »

I never knew about any strikes but as long as LOST is not affected I am happy
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« Reply #3912 on: November 05, 2007, 08:42:40 am »

They say it won't.
But we all know it will.

Come on... bets on how many breaks this series? lol
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« Reply #3913 on: November 05, 2007, 02:21:47 pm »

I agree with Tafika. I┤m afraid it will affect the show for sure...
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« Reply #3914 on: November 07, 2007, 01:32:42 am »

That's the point of the strike. It's supposed to affect LOST and all TV and film in a very negative way in order to force those greedy execs to give in to their demands.

Personally, since I've waited this long and don't really care about season 4 (until it comes, that is), I can wait longer if I have to. This strike is more important at the moment. I just hope that things turn out okay, and the writers get what they deserve. Have a feeling it's going to be a long haul though, unfortunately. Those members of the AMPTP seem like real pr*cks.
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