Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Lost & Found

I'm still waiting for the results of my blood test but am feeling much better so I returned to work today. To be honest it's quite a relief to have something to do after the last week spent (mainly) resting on the sofa watching DVDs!

Anyway, tonight sees the welcome return of Lost to our TV screens, with a triple bill of new episodes for those of us with E4. I've been trying to avoid all spoilers for the new season, but unfortunately stumbled across one major plot development a few months back... What makes me smile is that Channel 4 have made this revelation obvious to eagle-eyed viewers by featuring it in their recent advertising campaign! Still, despite numerous screenings, my flatmate hasn't spotted it yet...

Okay, the above photo is a pretty big clue, but hey, you'll all know this by tomorrow anyway... unless of course this comes in a later episode, in which case whoops, I'm sorry for ruining the surprise.

[ Updated 3rd May ]

Well, they did give it away in the preview for Episode 3 so my conscience is clear.

Btw, did anyone else notice the rather suspect ads that ran during last night's episodes? Further investigation revealed the following website... www.thehansofoundation.org

4 comments:

Dancinfairy said...

Remembered a little too late that I wasn't meant to come here today in case I saw this.

But luckily I knew this one already!

Adz said...

I never got into Lost, but everyone at work is hooked, someone I know downloads the episodes from America, like I do with 24

It makes it so hard NOT to talk about it, when the UK is behind!

soulmining said...

Yeah, we borrowed downloads of the last half of the first series so we wouldn't have to wait for C4 to catch up... my mate tired downloading the new series but says the quality (and dubbing) has been really bad.

Loving the current series of 24 too...

James Moran said...

That website is really odd, it didn't seem to make much sense - so I did a search, and all is not as it seems:

http://lostpedia.com/wiki/Category:Companies

I'm not reading any more now, in case it gives too much away...