Can you believe it has been 100 episodes? Yeah. Actually, while I love this show, it does indeed feel like it has been on forever. Or maybe it is all the time travel that just makes it seem longer. Anyway, they got a really cool cake from Duff at Charm City (aka the Ace of Cakes staff) to celebrate the big event and us loyal fans get nothing except a new episode. Cookies would have been nice...
The boys are back in town, and they've brought the original bad boy with them. That's right, the Winchesters have returned for Season 5, and this time they've released Lucifer, the Morningstar, the first fallen angel, sometimes known as Satan. In response to your question, "Can that be good?" the answer is no. Especially since he's being played by Mark Pellegrino, a.k.a. Jacob from Lost. Hey, Mark, how did you become the go-to guy for morally ambiguous, nigh-omnipotent deities? ("Practice, practice, practice!")
Have you guys seen this Lost show? It is pretty good! Some people are even excited about it coming back! I honestly have no idea what to say about Lost's final season starting tonight. It's like the anticipation is so huge I can't even put it into words. Like, the English language probably needs a new word for this feeling, like how the Greeks have 17 different words for "love" or whatever.
Danger! Danger! The end game for Lost is in motion, and ABC needs a disaster-causing, time-jumping, mystery-investigating epic saga to replace it, stat! Take a couple of Lost cast members (Dominic Monaghan, Sonya Walger) and a couple of talented film actors (Joseph Fiennes, John Cho), and give them a storyline where characters have to figure out why a disaster happened, prevent a nightmarish future from happening or keep themselves from dying before their predicted demise comes to pass. I think we've got ourselves a winner, boys, or at least a suitable wingman for Lost's final season.
Buckle up! This compelling, yet baffling series is back for its fifth season, and it is sure to be a bumpy ride. It better be worth the wait. These long, long breaks in between seasons are kind of killing me. And the never ending streak of teaser trailers has just built my anticipation up to a fever pitch. So it starts up again tonight with a two-hour episode. And somehow they've seen fit to find a way to bring bad ass Ana-Lucia back (in a flashback, I presume), because even though Michelle Rodriguez got into all kinds of trouble with the local law in the real world and they had to kill her character off, she's still more important to this story than Libby. Or at least that's how it seems.
Hey guys, don't look now, but... Lost is ending tonight. I know, it snuck up on you, right? Us, too! They didn't tell anybody! It's like they were keeping it a secret! They even changed nights for the finale, perhaps hoping that no one would see their bloated, two-and-a-half-hour wrap-up episode that will supposedly answer an acceptable number of the 5,000 questions this show has prompted since its debut. While we doubt the number of answered questions will be anywhere near acceptable -- the list of unanswered ones is long, and more will likely be raised by the finale itself -- we'll be happy to get anything at this point, and we're looking forward to having our Tuesdays free for a while after this.