Yunjin Kim

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.


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.


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…


Sun and Jin. The most epic love story on television. Rev your engines.

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