Latest From Kristin – 31St March 2010

Bandar Ceme OnlineUpdate: 31st March I spoke to one of my contacts and they said that it could be either HOPE or LOVE although it’s pretty vague and not that important.

More Desmond. Next week you will most certainly get your Henry Ian Cusick fix in what just might be my favorite episode of the season. (OK, maybe second favorite after last week’s Richard Alpert backstory.) It’s a deeply emotional episode that will make you smile–if you aren’t made of stone. It involves some surprising old friends coming back into the mix in the Sideways world. And someone seeing “the truth.”

Four-Letter Word: Last week I teased to you that a four-letter word is what Lost is ultimately all about, and by the end of the next episode it will be obvious what that word is. Your tamat clue: It has an “E” in it, and it’s a good thing.

Source: E!Online

Daniel Dae Kim’s Reaction To Series Finale

Menang CemeThanks to Annie for the heads up.

Finale Spoiler Poll – Which 3 Of These Things Will Happen In The Finale

Bandar Ceme OnlineAlthough we had to remove some recent spoilers after ABC asked us to I thought we’d get a bit of a drought of spoilers….. ha, not likely 😉

The poll below, hidden under an Are You Sure button, will contain 3 things that will happen in the finale along with a number of things that won’t. We will NOT be removing items from this poll, so it is what it is.

Be interesting to see how accurate your votes are when we look back in a couple of months.

Episode 6.11 – Happily Ever After – Press Release


Dominic Monaghan Guest Stars as Charlie

Jeremy Davies Guest Stars as Daniel Faraday

ΓÇ£Happily Ever AfterΓÇ¥ ΓÇô Desmond wakes up to discover he’s back on the island, on ΓÇ£Lost,ΓÇ¥ TUESDAY, APRIL 6 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

ΓÇ£LostΓÇ¥ stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Emilie de Ravin as Claire, Michael Emerson as Ben, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Ken Leung as Miles, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Terry OΓÇÖQuinn as Locke and Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana.

Guest starring are Dominic Monaghan as Charlie, Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Jeremy Davies as Daniel Faraday, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Fionnula Flanagan as Eloise Hawking, Sonya Walger as Penelope ΓÇ£PennyΓÇ¥ Widmore, Fisher Stevens as George Minkowski, Sheila Kelley as Zoe, Fred Koehler as Seamus, Kayren Butler as doctor, Ben Cain as MRI tech, Grisel Toledo as Nurse Tyra, Sundra Oakley as lawyer, Haley Williams as assistant, Jonathan Arthur as Simmons, Gerard Elmore as clipboard guy, Hannah Bell as nurse, Christopher McGahan as techie #1 and Steve Boatright as goon #1.

ΓÇ£Happily Ever AfterΓÇ¥ was written by Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof and directed by Jack Bender.

Source: ABC

Daniel Dae Kim – Interview With Tv Guide

Bandar CemeAfter Tuesday night’s Sun-centric (Yunjin Kim) and Jin-centric episode of Lost, many viewers are wondering if Sun is not long for this world, or the other world, too! caught up with Daniel Dae Kim to find out what the tamat seven episodes hold for the fates of the castaways, including whether Sun or Jin is the important candidate whom UnLocke (Terry O’Quinn) is looking for. Spoiler alert: It could be neither of them! Sun and Jin are not married, but still running away together in the alternate universe. Is this sideways timeline more similar than we originally thought?
Dae Kim:
As we saw from last night, there are certain similarities and certain big differences. In a way, the big question for me is: Why? I think we’re going to discover that each character has something that is unexpected in their lives off the island and we’re trying to figure out the source of it. Will Sun and Jin ever be reunited on the island?
Dae Kim:
I hope so. I kind of feel like Sun and Jin, in some ways, are the heart of this show. I think people are really looking forward to a reunion, but Keamy said in last night’s episode, “Some people are not meant to be together.” So it’s a tough call. Since Sun has forgotten to speak English. When they’re reunited, will Jin be her translator?
Dae Kim:
That would be ironic. [Laughs] It would be a one-eighty … There’s a big, obvious question in that only one of them is important because only one of them can be a candidate. What will we see come of that?
Dae Kim:
I don’t mean to make things more complicated, but it could also mean their daughter can be a candidate. Kwon is the last name for all three of them. It’s difficult to say. It may be that all three of them are candidates, but it doesn’t necessarily mean any of them will end up being the new Jacob. Does their daughter play an integral part in the next few episodes?
Dae Kim:
She is a factor. She has to be accounted for. Jin used to be infertile, but Sun is pregnant in the alternate universe. Will that be addressed?
Dae Kim:
Absolutely. It will be addressed. There’s more to Sun and Jin’s story in the alternate reality. Jin is now involved in Charles Widmore’s plan. How is Jin able to help with “The Package,” that is Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick)?
Dae Kim:
Widmore is trying to recruit anyone and everyone that he can. The fact that Jin and Desmond know one another and can help unite each other against the same enemy, I think, is important. Widmore’s plan seems to be that he wants to keep everyone on the island now.
Dae Kim:
Yeah, I think the writers are doing such a really good job on keeping him ambiguous and the real idea of who’s good and who’s bad on the island. It’s a reflection of how things are in real life; it’s not so black and white. Whose motives are going to allow the castaways to survive? I’m not sure. It’s a fine balance. Will the submarine hold the fates of several characters?
Dae Kim:
Ahh, that can very well be. I can say that the tension on the island continues. Death is definitely a part of their experience on the island for the past six years. As the stakes get higher and people align themselves with different sides, it’s natural. Locke pretty much declared war in Tuesday’s episode, so there are always causalities. Because you’re nearly finished shooting, what is the feeling like on the set?
Dae Kim:
The other day, when we were on set all together, there was this feeling like what I got when I graduated high school. We still had to go to school, there was still work to be done, but we knew that we were going to be leaving soon. We could appreciate and enjoy each other’s company because we knew it would be coming to a close. It was a really light-hearted tone and the day went fast. What can you say to fans who have griped about the sideways universe in regards to the finale?
Dae Kim:
As long as I can remember, there has been a small and vocal population of fans that have been unhappy with the show; this season is no exception. To that I’ll say that the landscape and characters and story lines and plot that our writers have put together is so labyrinth-y, I give the writers so much credit for being able to address the questions, but also do it in a compelling way. In the grand scheme of themes they’re trying to address, the majority of those questions will be answered by the end of the series.

Source: TV Guide