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LOST, Season 3HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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The addictive drama returns with the compelling third season. Pick up where the action left off with Jack, Kate and Sawyer held captive by the mysterious Others. Discover the consequences of the explosive Season 2 finale. Get caught up in the intense adventure as secrets unfold and romance blossoms on the mysterious island. Don't miss a minute with a season pass to the most talked about show on television.

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writers: hey, lets use the first episode of the third season to develop the characters' back stories some more. We'll save the storylines for the last three or four episodes...again. No point in trying to top the first season. Hopefully they'll actually develop the story a little more this season. Still a good show.


This episode won't answer the fate of everyone's lives but 44 minutes is not enough time do do that anyway. On the bright side, the first five minutes are a startling flashback that give you major insight into the crash and The Others

It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times ...

Watching "LOST" is a bit like living on Wonder Bread and Denny's coffee ... and then taking your first bite of Panera Bread (for those of you from Michigan and Ohio!) and your first drink of Starbucks House Blend at the same time. You're ticked off and embarrassed that you've somehow settled for less that what was really out there ... and you're thrilled at your new discovery. If brains had taste-buds they'd be hooked on "LOST". Character development that doesn't make you feel stupid. Plot lines more crooked than an Irish lane. Locations that make you want to be there (or not!). And stories that draw you in without sucker-punching you late in the 10th round. Plots and stories are not the same thing ... plots are the infrastructure of a good yarn, and stories are what make you care about coming back for more. "LOST" has both. Season Three's Opener "A Tale Of Two Cities" was just what I hoped it would be.