<I>Lost</i>'s Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson in "The Incident, Part 2" Lost's Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson in "The Incident, Part 2"

How do the producers of ABC's Lost plan to make their grab for Emmys gold? TVGuide.com has the exclusive reveal of which six episodes they submitted for consideration in the Outstanding Drama series category.

As expected, both parts of the Season 5 finale, "The Incident," made the cut. But which other four hours hope to be deemed Emmy-worthy?

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Well, "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" made the short list, as did the similarly Locke-centric "Follow the Leader."

Rounding out Lost's Emmy reel are "La Fleur" (in which Sawyer went from con man to big man on the Dharma campus) and "The Variable" (which revealed Faraday's dangerous plan to "save" the future).

With Lost's list now revealed, one big mystery remains: Can the 2005 winner for Outstanding Drama Series beat the six other contenders in this year's race — Big Love, Breaking Bad, Damages, Dexter, House and Mad Men? Share your thoughts in comments or by emailing Getting_Lost@tvguide.com.

For even more on Lost's Outstanding Drama bid — including executive producer Damon Lindelof's candid take on whether the Emmys' current submission and screening process helps or hinders Lost — watch the new installment of TVGuide.com's Getting Lost video series, below.