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Reconvergence: A Cultural Interpretation of LOST 6.08 “Recon” by Pearson MooreLOST Theories, Recaps/Reviews, Season 6 View Comments
“Do you want to die alone?”
Miles’ question went to the heart of tonight’s episode. The more James Ford remains unchanged, unmoving, the more the world around him whirls about, laughing at him, demonstrating time and again the inadequacy of his actions and plans. Whether wooing an archeologist with a flower, conning a woman with a too-obvious scheme, or losing a battle of wits with the Man in Black, Sawyer found himself in over his head, rendered impotent by event and circumstance.
The worlds around Sawyer are not only changing. They are converging. The challenges James has faced to this point are as molehills to the coming mountains. If he is to survive, Sawyer will have to do something he has successfully resisted his entire life: Sawyer must grow up.
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Darlton Tease Next Week’s Episode, Apologise To Rebecca Mader and Announce Finalists for Finale Twist CodenameABC, Cast and Crew of Lost, Official Podcast, Season 5 View Comments
In this week’s official LOST audio podcast, Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse prehash “Whatever Happened, Happened”, apologise to Rebeca Madder and announce their selections for the S5 finale twist codename.
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Rebecca Mader Didn’t Change Charlotte’s Age. Darlton Apologise: “It Was Our Mistake”Cast and Crew of Lost View Comments
In last week’s official LOST Podcast, EPs Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse attempted to explain Charlotte’s age discrepancy (according to Ben, she was born in 1979, but we saw her alive in 1974) by claiming that Rebecca Mader asked to change her age in an earlier script.
Yesterday, Rebecca fired back on :
I just wanted to say that I NEVER changed my age on the set of LOST as Damon and Carlton accused me of on the most recent LOST podcast.
Charlotte Lewis was ALWAYS meant to be 28 and born in 1979.
It was written in the script EP # 402 of which I have a copy and I can prove this!
They made a mistake.
They are making it MY fault.
Reached for comment by Michael Ausiello last evening, Damon and Carlton now admit that they got their facts wrong:
Rebecca is absolutely right and we apologize to both her and the entire fan community for screwing up the story. By way of explanation, here’s what happened:
There were a gazillion questions about the timeline discrepancy in that young Charlotte clearly exists in 1974, but wasn’t supposed to be born until 1979, per a single line of dialogue courtesy of Ben back in episode #402. When we inquired as to how this happened, the intel came back that we used Rebecca Mader’s birthday, July 2, 1979 because she was actually eight years YOUNGER than the character as originally conceived/scripted. We misremembered this as having come from Rebecca herself on the set, but in fact, it came several days earlier when our continuity expert Gregg Nations pointed it out and suggested using Rebecca’s actual birthday for Charlotte. And so, the mistake was OURS. Rebecca’s production draft DID have the date as being 1979.
Our first mistake was the timeline gaffe, but the much more significant one was wrapping Rebecca up in this when she had nothing to do with it. Not her fault on any level. It was our bad. One hundred percent. We will say as much in a very special “Eating Crow” edition of our Podcast tomorrow. Speaking of which, what a wonderful world we live in where we can make a comment in a Podcast that triggers a response on someone’s Facebook page and that triggers a mea culpa on someone else’s blog. Ah, technology.”
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Team Darlton Teases “He’s Our You” and Beyond (New Official Podcast)ABC, Cast and Crew of Lost, Official Podcast, Season 5 View Comments
In this week’s audio podcast, EPs Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse prehash next week’s episode, as well as drop a few hints of what’s coming up for the rest of the season:
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SL-LOST Podcast – 5.05 “This Place Is Death”LOST Theories, Recaps/Reviews, SL-LOST Episode Recaps, SL-LOST Podcast, Season 5 View Comments
After a couple of busy weeks we are back with the SL-LOST podcast discussing last week’s episode: “This Place Is Death”. Enjoy!
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