Jorge Garcia, Lost
The genteel man who gave Lost's original castaways their "golf course" this week seeks to start up another diversion, when Hurley makes a most unexpected discovery within the jungle brush. Before actually screening the episode (airing tonight at 10 pm/ET), TVGuide.com caught up with Jorge Garcia to preview the Hurley-centric outing, discuss one of Lost's latest puzzlers and survey the eventual fate of ABC's brain-busting series.
TVGuide.com: I have to tell you, Elizabeth Mitchell is extremely lovely and all and we had a great interview, but it feels good to be talking now with a member of "the old guard."Garcia: [Laughs heartily] That's funny. It's all good, we're bringing her into the fold....
Daniel Dae Kim, Lost
Does Sun have a bun... in the oven? That is the question fans of ABC's Lost (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET) have been left to ponder in the wake of the latest promo, which has Jin's honey raiding Sawyer's stash for a pregnancy test. Is our population of castaways going to increase by one? TVGuide.com spoke to Daniel Dae Kim about the prospect of Jin celebrating Father's Day on the island, his 24 encore and more.
TVGuide.com: In this week's episode, "The Whole Truth," what story is Lost telling?Daniel Dae Kim: You're going to see another chapter in Jin and Sun's story that complicates their history. You're also going to see on the island an event that changes their future.
Jorge Garcia, Lost
ABC's Lost (Wednesdays at 9 pm/ET) took another tiny step toward Housewives-like sudsiness last week when Hurley finally (thanks, James!) made his move with Libby. But is the most lovable castaway about to get his big heart broken? In between hosting poker games with his Lost buddies — "Beware of that aggressive Oahu police force!" we warned him — Jorge Garcia phoned TVGuide.com to talk about Hurley's present (and, of course, past) predicaments, his own Web savviness and the "monster" of a pet he has living with him.
TVGuide.com: It's been a while since the season premiere but I have to ask, since you do play Hurley: How satisfied were you with the hatch reveal?Jorge Garcia: I
Tonight might have been the best How I Met Your Mother yet. I can't believe that they combined "Charlie Brown," Top Gun and Pirates of the Caribbean. Genius. Love that dopey Ted — who reminds me more of Charlie Brown than the ever-hopeful Linus — waiting up every Halloween for a chance to reconnect with his soul mate, the slutty pumpkin. Still adoring Barney. His horny-devil costume paired with the angel who wanted weed was the best. But how cool is it that he donned a penguin outfit in order to stop his friend from making a fool of himself again? "I penguin-suited-up to show you the error of your ways." But the line of the night came from Marshall who said, "Penguins are cool, kind of like black and white ewoks." So geeky, yet that big marshmallow is just so lovable.... And speaking of lovable, I was more than happy when I tuned in to the retro I Love the '80s 3-D flashback and saw my favorite current TV sidek