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!
Tyler Evans (Logan Huffman), a whiny, rebellious teenager who is dating the Visitor Lisa (Laura Vandervoort), has made it much harder for his mom, Erica (Elizabeth Mitchell), to make a dent in the lizard people's plans. Huffman tells TVGuide.com that his character's demeanor is about to change and that he may in fact be the real hero of the series. Plus: What does Tyler have in common with Luke Skywalker?
Aiden Turner isn't the only one who felt cheated after his Dancing with the Stars elimination. The former All My Children star says his partner, Edyta Sliwinska, disagreed with the result as well.
"If you ... look at other people's performances, we were being scored on our performance value and also our technique, and you could really see that there were other people's technique and performances that weren't as good as ours," he tells TVGuide.com. "She really felt like we...
ABC will air five hours of Lost-themed programming on the night of the show's series finale.
How do you want Lost to end?
First up on Sunday, May 23: a two-hour recap show of all six seasons of Lost at 7/6c. At 9/8c will be the actual two-hour series finale episode of the series. Finally, at 11:35/10:35c, Lost fanatic Jimmy Kimmel will host...
There's lots of crying on Dancing with the Stars, but Nicole Scherzinger won't contribute any more tears after shedding her fair share following her rumba last week. "I was just caught up in the moment. It's done, it's over. I've moved forward and you're not going to see that again," she tells TVGuide.com. "This week is going to be different." The Pussycat Doll will tango to Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" with Derek Hough as part of movie week and says she approached the dance with a whole new attitude. Find out what how she picked herself up after her meltdown, what injury she's nursing and more.