Lost can't help but toy with fans' emotions. After several long seasons of Sun (Yunjin Kim) and Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) being separated, the two finally reunited, albeit in the sideways universe. Now the question is: Which Kwon is the important Kwon? Could the maker of the Dharma maps be the next candidate? Or is it the mother of Ji Yeon? Or is it Ji Yeon herself?
ABC plans Lost post-finale special on Jimmy Kimmel
Dae Kim addresses these questions in this week's Getting Lost:
Boston Rob Mariano
He may be known for his signature Boston Red Sox baseball cap, but for his third Survivor experience, "Boston Rob" Mariano wore many hats in the Villains' tribe. He was one of the tribe's strongest physical competitors, was arguably this season's best puzzle players and was a natural leader at camp. (Seriously: Why couldn't anyone else start a fire?) Unfortunately, all those attributes just didn't add up when Russell Hantz turned a number of Rob's allies against him and sent him packing. The 34-year-old cast-off spoke with TVGuide.com about how the game has changed over the years, his rivalry with Russell and what he would...
Anna Gunn, Breaking Bad
In this season of Breaking Bad, it's clear that Skyler means business.
She's kicked meth-making husband Walt (Bryan Cranston) out of the house, slapped him ...
Good Luck Charlie - Jason Dolley
Remember the TGIF sitcoms of yesteryear? Jason Dolley does, and he's not quite sure what happened to them.
"They were so huge, especially when my parents were growing up — everyone watched TV together," he tells TVGuide.com of such classic Friday-night family comedies as The Brady Bunch and The Partridge Family. "That whole TGIF concept, for whatever reason, is gone now. But I think we will sort of fill that void."
Dolley stars in the new Disney comedy Good Luck Charlie (premieres Sunday at 8:30/7:30c), a throwback to those old-school family sitcoms that appealed to multiple generations (think Step by Step and Family Matters). The series focuses on the Duncan siblings, P.J. (Dolley), Teddy (Bridgit Mendler) and Gabe (Bradley Steven Perry), who must care for their baby sister Charlotte ("Charlie") when their ...
James Badge Dale, The Pacific
James Badge Dale jokes that the boot camp that he and the other actors in The Pacific endured was so grueling that he's repressed any memory of it.
Dale Dye, a retired Marine captain who served as the military adviser for The Pacific and 2001's Band of Brothers, "likes to see actors cry," Dale tells TVGuide.com.
HBO sends veterans to capital to celebrate The Pacific
Even more difficult, says the actor of his role in HBO's 10-part World War II miniseries executive-produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, was feeling a responsibility to Robert Leckie, the real-life Marine he plays. To prepare, he read Leckie's memoir, Helmet for My Pillow, and spent time with Leckie's widow and children. (Leckie himself died in 2001.)
"We all felt a lot of pressure to tell their stories with honor and integrity and respect," says Dale, whose co-stars include Joe Mazzello and Jon Seda.
Check out photos from The Pacific
"The wild thing about Robert Leckie is that he hated the Marines when he was in 'em," says the actor, who goes by Badge...
Dancing with the Stars - Maksim Chmerkovskiy
Hope you enjoyed the shows this week. What did you think?
It feels great to make it through elimination because now Erin knows everything about the show. We've been through a grueling rehearsal process, the elimination process, the "Oh my God! How come they're not calling us safe?" process, the "I'm about to puke" process, so we've done it all. I'm happy to move on and there's nothing that she doesn't know about now.
I thought our foxtrot was great and she did a great job, given that she was coming off a nervous cha-cha performance. I have to give a lot of credit to Erin because we were the only couple who didn't start our second dance before the show began. All the couples are ...
Supernatural - Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki
As CW's Supernatural nears its 100th episode (Thursday, April 15, 9/8c, CW), we want to know: What is your favorite episode from all five seasons?
Was it the very first time you laid eyes on the handsome Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean, in the pilot? Perhaps it was Season 2's "In My Time of Dying," when Daddy Winchester kicked the bucket. Or perhaps you were a fan of the recent "Dark Side of the Moon"?