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Why I Love This… Holy Crap! He’s dead!

In TV on May 29, 2008 at 10:29 pm

Well, it happened. Lost has wrapped up it fourth season. It started exactly where the legendary third season finale finished, with the partial revelation of who was in the coffin, someone under an assumed name. It went on with the death of Keamy & Co. … or so we thought. Keamy came back with a vengeance and so did Ben. Unfortunately, by killing Keamy, he killed (one would assume, but who knows) both Micheal and Jin. He went on to cause the Island to teleport and, as we saw in “The Shape of Things to Come,” appear in the middle of the desert, far from his Island. The Oceanic 6 with Frank and Desmond got saved by Penny and finally, we know who was truly in the casket. Locke is off the Island and dead.

And by the way, DHARMA is recruiting.


Warning : Mixing Mario Kart and Fringe Can Be Lethal

In TV on May 19, 2008 at 8:58 pm

I was karting online during the House finale when an ad for the next J. J. Abram project, Fringe came one. I nearly fell into the pits of Wario’s Mine when I saw and heard… wait, let’s check IMDb… Yes, the actor who play Matthew Abaddon on LOST came on. If he’s called Abaddon on that show… Well, I was going to watch it, anyway. It wouldn’t change much.

Why I Love This Show : House – House’s Head

In TV on May 12, 2008 at 9:19 pm

It’s time again for me to praise one my favourite shows. This time it’s tonight’s House episode, “House’s Head.” The idea isn’t new. The show has done flashes before. Back during the 2nd season finale, House was stuck trying to decipher what was real and what was fake after someone shot him. This time, House is implicated in a bus accident. He remembers nothing about it except that he knows someone needs his help. The hypnosis and the hallucinations were both humorous and fascinating and the way it was all tied together in the end easily made this episodes one of my favourites.

Canada, Watch LOST: Missing Pieces

In TV on May 9, 2008 at 7:50 pm

Between seasons 3 and 4 of LOST, ABC offered short, web episodes of LOST. They couldn’t be streamed into Canada but CTV has finally made them available from their web site. Episodes 1 through 13 can be seen using the CTV video player. Start here with Episode 1: King of The Castle.