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The Only "Lost" Story Fit to Print

By Cindy Davis | Trade News | August 11, 2010 | Comments ()


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Don't get me started people, DO NOT.

Let's see, how can I put this without giving credit where it is not due?

Okay, I think I've got it.

There was once a TV show called Lost
The plot, out the back window was tossed
The actors were pretty
Ben and Locke were quite witty
But the audience left double-crossed

Regardless of your opinion of how the show began, filled its middle or ended, I think no one would argue the acting talents of Emmy nominated Michael Emerson and Terry O'Quinn. Each brought up the acting level every time he was in a scene; each took us to the extreme of his character and depending upon the situation, could make us love or hate Locke or Ben. There were a few fun character pairings we thought could carry their own show - Sawyer and Hugo, Miles and Sawyer, Sawyer and Jin (Hey, somebody get Josh Holloway a show!) - and Ben and Locke were pure genius together. Well check it, the two actors really want to find a show. Speaking to the Associated Press, Michael Emerson said he and O'Quinn are looking for something lighthearted that will show their "age and frailty" - so if they get hit in the face, they "don't get up for a month."

Aw come on man, Ben got the crap beat out of him and he was all over that piece of shit island.



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