On Tuesday's episode of Lost, Sun and Jin faced various obstacles on the island in their quest to be together -- in two universes.
I'm a passionate Lost fan who wants to find significance in every last detail. You, my readers, are no different, as I've learned by reading your insightful comments. But I'm going to try something a little different this week: Instead of recounting every last line of dialogue and plot twist, I'm going to raise five questions I think we should all be attempting to answer -- just to get the conversation started. That's all the help you'll need from me. Namaste!
Before the first Dancing with the Stars elimination of the season, the 11 couples get one more chance to impress the judges and win over fans. Did anyone improve? Or regress? Let's find out!
Oh, how the Lost producers love to toy with us. With only eight episodes to go, we've been introduced to yet another new character: Sheila Kelley's Zoe. Why is she on the island? Kelley tells TVGuide.com that Zoe is searching for someone, and that she may actually hold some answers. Plus: What can we expect from the finale? It's all about the alignments, she says. Check out this week's Getting Lost below...
Before Lost issues its final boarding call, ABC is looking to make some serious bank.
A 30-second commercial during the show's series finale will cost $850,000 to $950,000, Advertising Age reports, quoting media buyers.
To put that in perspective, the show has sold for an average of $213,563 per half-minute. Major TV events with the highest ad rates — say, the Oscars and the Super Bowl — charge north of $1 million for 30-second spots.
Then again, charging more for a series finale is nothing new...
Buzz Aldrin may have earned the lowest score — a 14 — on the Dancing with the Stars season premiere, but the legendary astronaut is determined to stick around the dance floor a little longer. Not just to improve his hoofing skills, but to promote awareness about the space program. "[Dancing] is a very strongly supported culmination of being in the public eye and doing things that I think are appropriate for a 'moonwalker,'" the 80-year-old tells TVGuide.com. See what Aldrin, who's paired with Ashly Costa, hopes to accomplish during his Season 10 run, why he doesn't like the "moonwalker" label and what you can expect from his upcoming 30 Rock appeareance.