Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are known for cryptic answers. So it was a real treat for fans at the Paley Festival's Lost panel this weekend when they said a few things that sounded — weirdly enough — pretty straightforward. We've culled the 13 best clues from the discussion, in which Lindelof, Cuse and a few of the show's stars talked about who's returning, what old mystery might soon be solved, and the sideways version of reality in which Flight 815 landed just fine in Los Angeles. Needless to say, spoiler alert.
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I need to know more about Delko's undercover investigation of the lab on CSI: Miami. What's he going to find? — Marshall
ADAM: "That investigation will reveal the most dramatic betrayal in Horatio Caine's career," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "It puts Horatio in a light we've never seen him in before, questioning the loyalties of his team. ... It will rock the fabric of the team and threaten at least one — if not more — CSI's future." Hmm, maybe that's the reason Delko will be back full-time next season.
Will Dixon and Silver ever get back together on 90210? — Dana
MICKEY: For now, Dixon and Silver are dunzo, if only because Dixon...
Fans are frantic to find out which of Lost's 4,815,162,342 mysteries will be resolved in the show's final season. But think how the actors must feel. Even the people bringing the characters to life have no idea, in some cases, why they do the things they do. We talked to a few of the show's stars to see what they desperately want...
In this installment of TVGuide.com's Getting Lost video series, we plucked a few reader questions out of the Getting Lost mailbag.
The topics that are addressed:
• Did Matthew Fox and a young Malcolm David Kelley pre-film a scene during Season 1 to be used in the series finale?
• With Emilie de Ravin back as a series regular for the final season, will Claire be alive... or that special Lost kind of dead?
• Has a time slot — or at least a month — been set for Lost's final season premiere?
Watch and discuss the latest Getting Lost after the jump.
Another Thursday, another installment of TVGuide.com's "Getting Lost" video series. And this one comes packaged with an intriguing "bundle of joy."
But first: On the heels of Walt's still-tall/non-ghost encounter with John Locke, Malcolm David Kelley shares his take on whether we've seen the last of Michael's son. Or... might Walt and his never-fully-realized "powers" resurface next year in time for what undoubtedly will be Lost's thrilling series finale?
Looking ahead to next week's episode, if you seek info on Amy, 24 alumna Reiko Aylesworth phoned us to share some tantalizing tidbits about her recurring character, who turns up next week. Pregnant. (Watch for my complete and completely intriguing Q&A with Reiko next week. Seriously, I had goosebumps by the time we got done. Gonna be a big episode. Game-changing by all accounts.)
Lastly, in the Burning Questions segment, I pass along some of your theories about why Ben was all bloodied at the end of "316." Your new mystery to chew on: What did Kate do with Aaron, and why does it have her so upset? Getting_Lost@tvguide.com is the place to send your theories.
Watch and discuss the new Getting Lost after the jump.