Getting Lost

Thanks to B3rt4 and NoOne for the heads up.

Back with a bang, it’s the latest entry in TVGuide.com’s “Getting Lost” video series. This week, just hours after Sayid put a bullet in Young Ben, I spoke to 13-year-old Sterling Beaumon about his pivotal character’s fate. Is Ben dead? And regardless, are there ramifications for the castaways’ future? Give a listen to Beaumon’s take.

Also in this episode of Getting Lost:

• Many of you have pointed out the conspicuous absence of one Dharma member. Find out if that MIA individual is returning anytime soon.
• I’ve got your best theories as to why Sun and Ben crashed versus flashed.
• And this week’s burning question comes with an added twist — a tiny hint from Elizabeth Mitchell.

Source: TV Guide

Latest From Tv Guide

Thanks to Lascelles for the heads up.

As first reported by TVGuide.com, Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse decided this year to invite fans to come up with the “code name” for the season finale’s jaw-dropping simpulan moment.

After receiving a flood of submissions — and perhaps taking a cue from a certain time-slot rival — Team Darlton narrowed the field down to a “Top 13.” As revealed in the official ABC podcast, the contenders are:

* Baby Diaper Covered in Barbeque Sauce
* The Droids You’re Looking For
* The Exploding Pretzel Jar
* The Fifth Toe
* The Form in the Outlet
* The Hooded Leprechaun
* Jack Gets Pregnant
* The Joop
* Smokey’s Dorm Room
* The Spanish Inquisition
* The Twinkie
* The Zeigarnik
* The Zombie Bake Sale

One of the above — “The Hooded Leprechaun” — the boys say, seems “oddly appropriate,” given the actual nature of this season’s top-secret simpulan scene. Darlton and Cuse will further whittle down the list each week via their ABC podcast.

In the meantime, TVGuide.com is here to tell you what this year’s “Frozen Donkey Wheel” will not be nicknamed. In this “bonus” episode of our Getting Lost video series, the producers reveal the No. 1 Rejected Code Name — god-awful misspellings and all.

Now if I may brazenly stir the pot, is it that the “worst” suggestion is that bad … or perhaps Darlton’s “problem” with it is that it’s far, far too accurate and thus spoilery? A-ha!

Source: TV Guide