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Friday, July 20, 2018

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After initially thinking, “wow, they spent a little too much screen time in the Canary Islands,” I talked with my buddy Jay for a half hour and hashed out some thoughts about the overall mythology and direction of the show. Needless to say, I realized my much deeper appreciation for this episode through that conversation.

Who are Jacob and the Man in Black?

Jacob is not God – but the Man in Black may be some equivalent to the Devil. After listening to Jacob’s cryptic explanation of the Island and his relationship with the Man in Black, using a bottle of elixir and a cork as props,... Read More

Confounded frustration after "The Lighthouse," I neglected to write a recap for episode 4 - but LOST redeemed itself this past Tuesday with "Sundown," clearly (at least in my mind) and finally establishing the foundation for the final battle to come.

While we do not know the precise motivations or implications of this 'final battle,' it inevitably will be centered around The Island - the inanimate character in the show that has intrigued us since the very first episode in the series, and the thing that Smokie ironically (in my mind) claimed 'does not need protecting.' If this show is... Read More

In the middle of "The Substitute," my friend texted me in complete shock at the blasphemous blooper in continuity Lost had committed: in the Sideways dimension, it was warm weather in Australia when Oceanic took off, and it was warm in Los Angeles after the plane landed. What were they thinking!?

Okay, maybe that was not the most shocking part about this week's episode.

Kidding aside, "The Substitute" packed a serious punch. In the wake of "What Kate Does," which left fans fuming and wondering whether or not this show was going to answer any questions, this third episode has raised... Read More

While "What Kate Does" does not exactly provide us with any Island-sinking answers (ba doom, ch), it does illuminate some of the bigger questions Losties may have about, well, what the heck is going on. Rather than recapping the episode, let me offer up some theories based on what I took out of tonight's episode.

I do NOT read spoilers, so this is not giving anything away for yet-to-be-aired episodes.

Smokie was Christian before he was Locke: I postulated this toward the conclusion of Season 5, but tonight's episode solidified this theory in my mind. Here's my train of thought...

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The reports that indicated that NBC would once again be reshuffling its late night television schedule with the cancellation of the disappointing Jay Leno Show. But it seems that this is not yet the end of the road for Leno at NBC. NBC hopes to push back their entire late night slate, placing Leno back at the 11:35 slot he had called home for 17 years, to be followed by The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien at 12:05am, and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon at 1:05am. Of course, this wouldn't be the first time NBC hedged on their decision to replace Leno with O'Brien as the anchor of its late night... Read More

After viewing the widely publicized CNN Special “Latino in America” I have to admit that I was quite underwhelmed by the whole undertaking. Rather than discussing issues pertinent to any growing community in this country, such as political influence and economical power, the two-hour special focused on a handful of stories that were not an accurate representation of the Latino community as a whole, and left viewers with no message of hope or empowerment.

As Ms. Soledad O’Brien reports, by the year 2050 the Latino population will nearly triple what it is today. We are all familiar with... Read More

Contestants on Dancing With The Stars are called and invited to join the show.

There are all different types of people that end up on this show, but in the end, they are who they are. On this dance show we get to see another side of these celebrities. They all have the same opportunity to apply themselves, to challenge their entire beings in learning difficult routines, practice for hours on end, rehearse in heels and costumes, plus ... hope that the costume designers, make up artists and hairstylists, haven't made any unfortunate choices. They then face their fears by performing on... Read More

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