On this week's episode, Mark races against the clock to save Demetri.
First, the main title features a teaser of Mark Bedford running frantically down a corridor lined with pipes.
We open with Demetri in a room, staring down the barrel of a gun, with the laser sight pointed square at his chest. He is strapped to a chair, lined with wires, all connected to the gun. Behind him is a giant map of lines and dashes, pointing in different directions to different dates and people, with some lines connecting back to others. Paths branch off everywhere. We see a photo of Demetri, which reads "March 15, 2010 - Demetri Dies" The date is then shown as March 15, 2010.
The Lost finale celebration just keeps getting bigger.
ABC plans to re-air the two-hour Lost pilot the night before the series finale...
Fox's one-two punch of American Idol and Glee led the network to another Tuesday night ratings win.
The Madonna-themed episode of Glee expressed itself to 13.5 million viewers and was the night's highest-rated scripted series among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The show only lost 5 percent in the demo compared to its record-setting return last week, and it did it following a weaker American Idol (19.1 million viewers), which was down 8 percent from the previous week...
Chad and Anna are in Geneva, Switzerland for the U.N. Energy Summit, where Anna is going to present a gift of technology to the world. Meanwhile, Erica learns that the V Task Force is investigating The Fifth Column, and Valerie goes on the run, knowing something is different about her baby and not sure she can trust Ryan.
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The opening scene starts out like a dream for Mr. Chad Decker. He exits his bathroom to see Anna waiting for him and quickly realizes that all the choking and kissing she does to him (yes, he had no choice) is merely a nightmare. Yes, it was all a bad dream. On the television, however, it's a nations dream as Anna is in Geneva to unveil her crisp and clean blue energy to the world. Just when it looked like she was going to eat his face too.
One more couple gets eliminated from Dancing with the Stars as the cast gets cut down to seven pairs. Whose movie week culminated in a not-so-happy ending? Find out below!
Tonight we saw what happened after Hurley and his merry men arrived at UnLocke's camp. There were two emotional reunions (three if you count the sideways). In the post-815 world, our characters began to cluster around two hubs: the hospital and the police station. And we meet the last recruit in the episode's title. His or her identity is fuzzy at the moment. Is it Jack? Or Claire? Or maybe it's Lapidus, who's still tagging along without much explanation for his usefulness. Did we get it tonight? Read on to find out...
JACK and UNLOCKE
Why does the Man in Black assume the form of John Locke? Well, he tells Jack pretty plainly and on this fact, at least, it seems we can believe him. He says he can only look like dead people, say, Christian Shephard, whose form he admits having assumed on Jack's third day on the island. UnLocke says now that Jacob is dead, they can get on a plane and fly home whenever they'd like. I find this hard to believe.
It's movie night at Dancing with the Stars! The remaining eight couples perform to iconic tunes from the cinema. Who put on an award-winning performance? Who was just a complete bomb? Find out below!