favorite fictional females | juliet burke (lost)"Once upon a time, I told women that they were pregnant and their faces, it was the best news they ever got in their entire life. Then I came here. I’ve lost nine patients in the last three years. I’m helping you because I want to tell you that you and your husband got pregnant before you came here. I’m helping you because I wanna give good news again.”
Tonight’s the night! Let’s play some bingo!
The 10th anniversary LOST reunion panel at Paleyfest is just hours away. (Click here for the panelists and a link to the live stream; the panel begins at 11pm EST/8pm PST.)
I will be liveblogging (link coming later) and livetweeting the event for those who can’t watch the stream, and I’ve created some bingo cards in case anyone wants to play along. There are 5 different cards (though they all have the same 24 items) so you can play against your friends, or play 5 times! If you play and get a bingo, tweet me and let me know!
Wired: Reading J.J. Abrams’ Novel S. is Like Downloading LOST to Your Brain
If you were a fan of LOST— and especially the speculation and theorizing that surrounded the show itself — then S., the novel/meta-narrative by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst, is pretty much written for you. At times, it feels as if reading the book is like having the entirety of LOST (the television series and the fandom alike) downloaded into your head simultaneously.