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When Evangeline Lilly was a flight attendant, she farted in a passenger’s face because he got under her skin.

“I was walking past him,” she said. “I let ‘em rip right in his face, and I kept walking as if nothing happened.”

I think I gained more respect for her after hearing this story.

Is this going to be a story line on Pan Am?


  • [ABED opens the final gift box, to find...]
  • ABED: It's the first season of "Lost" on DVD.
  • PIERCE: That's the meaning of Christmas?
  • ABED: No, it's a metaphor. It represents a lack of payoff.


Michael Giacchino
“Moving On”
Lost (2010)

Not much to say except this is one of the more emotionally wrenching pieces of original music ever written for the small screen.  Giacchino’s final love letter to the series, marrying the soft voices of piano and strings and not much else, is a proper sendoff indeed.

Sorry about the infrequent posting over at Movie Score(s) A Day, guys.  I’m back on it, starting with one of my favorite pieces by Michael Giacchino, ever.

And… I’m kinda feelin’ this right now, you know?

"Lost" still possibly airing in another dimension, desperate fans report »

NEW YORK—Desperate fans of the recently concluded television series Lost are speculating that the program is continuing on in a parallel dimension somewhere, and that alternate versions of showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are currently writing new episodes of the series. “It’s very possible that a sideways world running concurrent to our own exists, and that a facsimile of myself is happy, fulfilled, and already gearing up for the season seven premiere of Lost,” said 36-year-old Kevin Molinaro, who, along with more than 20 million other hopeless fans, has recently booked multiple roundtrip tickets from Los Angeles to Australia in hopes of traveling through a vortex in the space-time continuum. “I just have to find a way to get there. We all do.” According to data from Google analytics, searches for “How to build/detonate/use a hydrogen bomb to open up a multidimensional wormhole” have increased 10 millionfold since the episode aired.

Oh, The Onion.  :-)


  • [JACK closes the coffin.]
  • CHRISTIAN: Hey kiddo.
  • JACK: Dad?
  • CHRISTIAN: Hello, Jack.
  • JACK: I don't understand. You died.
  • CHRISTIAN: Yeah. Yes I did.
  • JACK: Then how are you here right now?
  • CHRISTIAN: How are you here?
  • [Beat.]
  • JACK: I died too. [Starts to cry.]
  • CHRISTIAN [comforting]: It's okay. It's okay. It's okay, son.
  • [They hug.]
  • JACK: I love you, Dad.
  • CHRISTIAN: I love you too, son.
  • JACK: Are you real?
  • CHRISTIAN: I sure hope so. Yeah, I'm real. You're real. Everything that's ever happened to you is real. All those people in the church - they're all real, too.
  • JACK: They're all dead?
  • CHRISTIAN: Everyone dies sometime, kiddo. Some of them before you, some of them long after you.
  • JACK: Well why are they all here now?
  • CHRISTIAN: Well there is no now, here.
  • JACK: Where are we, Dad?
  • CHRISTIAN: This is a place that you all made together, so that you all could find one another. The most important part of your life was the time you spent with these people. That's why all of you are here. Nobody does it alone, Jack. You needed all of them, and they needed you.
  • JACK: For what?
  • CHRISTIAN: To remember, and let go.
  • JACK: Kate - she said we were leaving.
  • CHRISTIAN: Not leaving, no - moving on.
  • JACK: Where are we goin'?
  • CHRISTIAN: Let's go find out.


  • JACK: How are you here?
  • DAD: Can you hear me now?


  • JACK: How are you here?
  • DAD: Ditto.