If you were one of the producers of LOST, and you were told to pick ONE episode that best represents the show last year, what would you have selected to put in front of a panel of judges? Stumped? So were Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. So, they put together their own panel.
Lindelof thinks, in any event, that assembling a panel to prejudge another panel’s reaction was a canny move.
“(ABC Studios) put together a group of people who don’t watch Lost, and screened a couple of episodes for them,” Lindelof explained. “And they were able to determine for us which they thought was the best and most self-contained, and we moved forward with their selection. We’re really grateful, because they invested a lot of time and energy in this.”
The panel’s choice? The Constant, written by Lindelof and Cuse, which aired on Feb. 28.
I think that’s a very good choice. Let’s hope it makes it!
Read the whole article at The Vancouver Sun
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Michael Emerson finally got a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series! Lost in general did very well, with outstanding drama series as the heavy duty nom and several (8 I think others, some technical).
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