Lost's Michael Emerson had warned TVGuide.com readers that moments would come along this season where you leap off the sofa and shout, "They can't do that! Can they...?" One such shocker expelled from Sayid's gun and landed in a young Benjamin Linus' chest at the end of last week's episode. Sterling Beaumon, 13, shared with us a look at how that blast in the past may change Ben's future. Or not.
TVGuide.com: I know you've done episodes of ER, Heroes and Bones. But was Lost your first death scene?
Sterling Beaumon: No, actually. I was on Crossing Jordan and I had to lie on a coroner's table for almost the whole episode. And on ER, I died in the end, with a tumor in my brain....
TVGuide.com: Of course, my question presumes that Young Ben died from Sayid's gunshot. Might that not be the case?
Beaumon: You'll have to watch and find out. If this tells you anything ...
Back with a bang, it's the latest entry in TVGuide.com's "Getting Lost" video series. This week, just hours after Sayid put a bullet in Young Ben, I spoke to 13-year-old Sterling Beaumon about his pivotal character's fate. Is Ben dead? And regardless, are there ramifications for the castaways' future? Give a listen to Beaumon's take.
Also in this episode of Getting Lost:
• Many of you have pointed out the conspicuous absence of one Dharma member. Find out if that MIA individual is returning anytime soon.
• I've got your best theories as to why Sun and Ben crashed versus flashed.
• And this week's burning question comes with an added twist — a tiny hint from Elizabeth Mitchell. Give it a listen, then send your best guess to Getting_Lost@tvguide.com.
Coming soon: a "bonus" episode of Getting Lost featuring an exclusive from Team Darlton.
Watch and discuss the new Getting Lost after the jump.