On Tuesday's episode of Lost, Hurley has a job to do — what exactly is unclear. It's hard not to trust that he's in the right though, because as the episode title says, everybody loves Hugo. Let us watch, then, as Hurley, with the help of a dead Michael and a sideways Libby, sets his course, answers one of the island's biggest mysteries, confronts UnLocke and generally gets his groove back.
Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros, Lost
Unlike most of the other dead characters who have stopped by for Lost's final season, Harold Perrineau's Michael makes a return to the island, in part to unlock a mystery.
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"I think they brought everybody back so they can answer all these questions," Perrineau tells TVGuide.com of his appearance Tuesday night (9/8c, ABC). "I got to go back and answer one of the bigger questions — not necessarily about Michael, but one of the bigger questions about the island."
Michael, who Perrineau assures us is most definitely dead, is also on a mission to help Hurley (Jorge Garcia), the island's resident ghost whisperer...
The deceased Lost cameo list just got a little longer. Michelle Rodriguez will reprise her role as Ana Lucia Cortez in the final season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Michael (Harold Perrineau) killed Ana Lucia in Season 2. She returned...
Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros
Sure, Harold Perrineau's character, Michael Dawson, died, but that doesn't mean he can't return to Lost. TVGuide.com sat down with with Perrineau in Hawaii after he shot his return to Lost to find out how Michael will interact with both Hurley (Jorge Garcia) and Libby (Cynthia Watros), whom Michael killed, in a way that will surprise even die-hard fans...
Lost's Sayid (Naveen Andrews) may be in for a couple difficult talks — not one, but two of his former lovers are returning to the show. Both Shannon (Maggie Grace), his dead island girlfriend, and Nadia (Andrea Gabriel), his dead off-island wife, will return in the final season.
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Production on several films initially kept Grace from reprising her role as Shannon, Boone's stepsister who was killed by Ana Lucia in Season 2...
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Lost alum Cynthia Watros is checking into House, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Watros, 41, will play...
Harold Perrineau and Cynthia Watros will return to Lost for the final season, according to executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof.
Cuse and Lindelof made the surprising casting announcement at the close of
Season 6 of Lost kicks off in just a few short months and a poster for the final season drops some interesting clues.
ABC spokeswoman Erin Felentzer says the poster in question was created for Comic-Con and is not the official poster, which will be released later. Still, there are still plenty of clues we can analyze.
We've heard that many of the characters who fell victim to the island throughout the five seasons will return, but there is one person on the poster we're unsure about...
Hey everybody, Well its time for another installment from the set of the Bill Engvall Show. This week is a very special week for us. Cynthia Watros makes the first of three guest star appearances on our show. Cynthia plays Susans best friend since childhood and comes to visit her and the family. She plays a character named AJ and is a bit of a thorn in Bills side. She feels that Susan has given up on the fun things in life. AJ is a world traveler and does not have roots anywhere. She takes Susan salsa dancing and this starts to bother Bill. Not because he doesnt want Susan going out with AJ, but because he realizes that maybe he and Susan are living in a bit of a rut. So Bill turns to his best friend Paul(Tim Meadows) to teach him how to salsa dance. This was one of the funniest scenes that I have been a part of. Tim Meadows is simply hysterical in this. It was really hard to keep a straight face as Tim taught me to dance. Bill Pearson ends up showing ...
There was a quiet spell following her dramatic exit from Lost, but Cynthia Watros' workload has gone from 0 to 60 in recent months. Tonight at 10 pm/ET, she stars opposite Eric Roberts in the second installment of NBC's Fear Itself anthology series, and later this summer, she'll surface on TBS' The Bill Engvall Show. TVGuide.com invited Watros to preview her new gigs as well as ponder future spooky appearances by Lost's Libby.
TVGuide.com: You've been keeping busy lately!Cynthia Watros: A little bit, yeah!
TVGuide.com: On the one hand, you're serving up some horror. On the other, you're doing comedy. Do you like striking that balance?Watros: I like to juggle both ends. It's always fun to make people laugh, and then make them afraid or cry at the same time.
TVGuide.com: In Fear Itself's "Spooked," you play a woman who hires Eric Roberts' P.I