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Juliet And Sawyer – Ew Snippet

Juliet And Sawyer – Ew Snippet

Update: 10th Jan Thanks to The ODI for the heads up on the actual promotional photo. Update: 20:40 Thanks to DarkUFO reader GLis4me for the scan. Thanks to our friends over at IO9 for this little snippet. If anyone has the actual scan would they be so kind as to email me so that I can share with others. This week’s Entertainment Weekly has a picture (which I can’t scan right now, sorry) of Sawyer and Juliet being threatened by…

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Snippet From Us Weekly Magazine

Snippet From Us Weekly Magazine

Update: 21:30 You can see the full scan here. Thanks Rachel17 Update: 16:30 Thanks to SallyAnn for the scan. Thanks to maxaholic from The Fuselage for the following. In Us Weekly Magazine, dated January 19, 2009, page 62 and 63 under Winter TV Must-Sees reads: LowdownBad things occurred after Jack (Matthew Fox), Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and the other Oceanic Six fled the island. Now Jack’s on a mission to bring them back. “It’s not a season-long quest, but there are…

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More Sawyer In Season 5

More Sawyer In Season 5

“Lost” (8 p.m. recap, 9 p.m. season debut Jan. 21, WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, ABC). How would executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof describe the opening scenes of the season premiere of “Lost”? Compelling, says Cuse. Groovy, says Lindelof. Sounds intriguing, but then again, that’s what makes “Lost” special. “What we don’t want to do in season five is basically stand around sort of shifting from one foot to another waiting for the last season of the show,” says Cuse…

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La Times Article

La Times Article

Thanks to Lenka for the heads up on the following article. This season, the flashbacks and flashforwards will still exist, but another storytelling approach will dominate. And in classic “Lost” tradition, the producers won’t explain what they’re doing ahead of time. “We’re really happy with the scripts that we’re writing, but at the same time, there’s this complete sense of fear and second-guessing in terms of whether or not the audience is going to groove on what we’re doing,” co-creator…

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