No personal business on company pond.

There was this demand for us to constantly get out and explain things, and we felt like if we denied our audience, if we basically said, “Sorry. The show speaks for itself and we’re not going to talk about the show at all,” that actually would have hurt the show. And so by making ourselves available, ultimately sometimes to criticism as well as praise or questions or anything, we felt that that was in the best interest of the show.

Damon Lindelof on How Lost Changed Showrunning – Flavorwire

And don’t forget to buy a ticket to our LOST anniversary party this Saturday

(via tvhangover)

Also known as ‘How Damon Lindelof and Lost Single-handedly Changed the Way I Watch Television and Therefore my Whole Life.’

I love when my trainer and I are the same person.

"Scott and I will be very disappointed if everyone on here does not post a picture of themselves reading a book. Right Scott? We expect commitment. We’re not messing around here. This is a freaking book club, not the girl scouts.” 

I created a book club and my friends in it are the best. 

LOST will forever be THE ULTIMATE television show, no question. 

(Source: aarnpaul)

This show is about people who are metaphorically lost in their lives, who get on an airplane, and crash on an island, and become physically lost on the planet Earth. And once they are able to metaphorically find themselves in their lives again, they will be able to physically find themselves in the world again. When you look at the entire show, that’s what it will look like. That’s what it’s always been about. - Damon Lindelof

Never not relevant. 

(Source: sunnydales)

‘There should be a hatch on this island! They spend the entire season trying to get it open. And there should be these other people on the island,’” Lindelof recalled Abrams saying. “And I’m like, ”We can call them The Others.’ And he’s like, ‘They should hear this noise out there in the jungle.’ And I’m like, ‘What’s the noise?’ And he’s like, ‘I don’t…know. They’re never going to pick this thing up anyway.’

Damon Lindelof  to Yahoo re: Lost (via i’m with kanye)  (via popculturebrain)
HAHAHA I LIVE HERE I KNOW WHERE THIS IS CHINA MAN’S HAT IS OVER TO THE RIGHT THIS IS GREAT

HAHAHA I LIVE HERE I KNOW WHERE THIS IS CHINA MAN’S HAT IS OVER TO THE RIGHT THIS IS GREAT

According to Alan Sepinwall, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse’s Twitter “feud” was regarding a comedy video they just screened at Comic Con.

popculturebrain:

It’s called Marble Rye and will be online later today.

Remember how they had a different code word for every finale? COME BACK TO TELEVISION DARLTON

Miss these guys. 

Miss these guys. 

I know I’ve posted this before but when is this not relevant, come on.

I no longer feel a need to ”make sense” of Lost… which is why I won’t be using this anniversary column to complete the project I began last summer and never finished, entitled ”The Final Theory of Lost.” ”Solving Lost” was a game that gave me pleasure when the show was on the air and doling out puzzle pieces; not so much now that the puzzle, no matter how fuzzy the picture, is finished. Beholding the messy whole, I realized I was good with Lost being messy.

Hey, did you know that Doc Jensen finally published his long-promised last Lost column yesterday, on the anniversary of the show’s finale? Because he did! But instead of being about figuring out the show, it’s about… well, find out for yourself. (via entertainmentweekly)

I’m only halfway through and his new theories are already blowing my mind.

almightysarlacc:

fyeahlost:

LOST finale anniversary tribute video, narrated by Samwise the Brave from Lord of the Rings.

“It’s like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger they were…”

this video is amazing!

BEST

Boone trivia

At one point in the development of the script, Boone's name was going to be “Five” (he would have been named “Boone Anthony Markham V” and gone by “Five”). When they decided to change it back to “Boone,” they ran a find-and-replace on the script, which resulted in the the dialog between Kate and Jack in the stitching scene reading as, “One, Two, Three, Four, Boone.”

COMMENCE THE REWATCHING OF LOST

In preparation for moving to Hawaii, of course.