Jorge Garcia

Why Watch? The formidable Kevin Pollack shows off his drama and dead pan as a psychologist whose life is about to shift – which just might be the best thing for him and his troubled clients (a long list of faces you’ll recognize). The sessions ebb and flow through each other with sharp dialogue, and the solutions are as cathartic as they are funny. Should it be seen purely for Lost‘s Hurley (Jorge Garcia) playing a pot-enthusiast gardener? Yes, but it should also be seen because it’s a full human story told with humor, humility, and head cases. What will it cost? Only 14 minutes. Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films.

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Channel Guide: A Column About TV

After all of the hype from the fall television premieres has died down, we are now in for the second wave of excitement that happens midseason. If all of the shows that begin airing in September are dinner, then the ones that come in the winter are dessert – of course, that dessert can be horrible, you know, maybe taste a little like Sons of Tucson. This metaphor is wearing thin, so before I start talking about oatmeal raisin cookies and non-fat yogurt, here’s a list of the midseason series premieres that I have my eye on.

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Lost

For many fans, closing the book on Lost once and for all has been a difficult task. Not only was it one of the most devoutly followed shows of all time — a series that showed us that the world of television could be delivered in a manner that felt cinematic, but existed over a longer period of time — but it was also one of the most intriguing and divisive shows in recent times. Our most recent memory of the J.J. Abrams championed show is just that — the great divide created by the big finale, dubbed appropriately “The End.” On May 23, 2010, it all came to an end. And with it came the answers to questions, some six years in the making, as well as more questions that have continued to plague the starving masses to this day. None of that hysteria will end with the release of the Complete Collection on Blu-ray. The questions remain. However, this week’s release of Lost in its entirety, complete with delicious goodies, is meant for a celebration. It’s time to look back at Lost from the beginning and celebrate one heck of a journey.

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Warning, this article contains information about the final 20 minutes of last Sunday’s Lost finale. That means spoilers. If you haven’t seen it and you read on anyway, we have no sympathy for you. Otherwise, enjoy.

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Face it: LOST is over. And whether your eyes are puffy from a night of post-reunion crying or simply one to many Dharma beers, chances are you’re now searching for the meaning behind those last two-and-a-half hours — or at least confirmation that you’re not crazy in your interpretation of them. So whether you loved it or hated it, here’s your Definitive Guide to WTF Just Happened on LOST.

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Last night I recapped the second to last episode, “What They Died For,” exploring all of the questions that have been answered and discussing some of the questions that have risen just in time for the Big Finish. Today, I’m looking back much further — back to the beginning. Well, before the beginning.

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The end is nigh. With Lost dancing through the final few hours of its heralded six-year run, it’s hard not to be at least a bit nostalgic every time a character of yore appears on screen. And as we a thrust — more literally than we’d ever expected — toward the finish line, questions are being answered.

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How many times has Lost’s resident big guy Hurley said Dude over the course of six seasons? At least four minutes worth, according to this video montage.

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Just when you thought the folks behind Lost were ready to begin unraveling the story and cranking the surprises up to eleven, they go to twelve instead. With The Lost Club taking this and next week off due to some scheduling conflicts, I am here to lead the discussion with all of you — our lovely readers.

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Another episode of Lost has come and gone — with only a few left now — and once again, The Lost Club has convened to discuss what is happening on the magical island and in bizarro world. This week’s episode — entitled “The Last Recruit” — jumps in right where things left off last week…

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Every week through the epic final season of ABC’s Lost, we are bringing you into the common area of Reject HQ. There, as they have for a while now (several weeks), the Reject HQ Lost Club meets to watch the episodes live and discuss afterward. These video blogs are a record of what happens when the Bad Robot is done doing his little dance, or whatever that is…

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lost-theincident

Locke continues his quest to kill Jacob. Jack aims to set off Jughead and Kate, Sawyer and Juliet set out to stop him.

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lost-somelikeithoth

Miles (Ken Leung) deals with abandonment issues and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly) try to keep their trip to save young Ben under wraps.

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