Well this is different... but I laughed. "I like chasing cars."
My apologies to our non-U.S. readers. Hulu is the only place to find a lot of these SNL clips.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
From E! Online. Doesn't sound 100% reliable, but it makes sense.
Lost Intel: Learn Why the Oceanic Six Must ReuniteJennifer Godwin - E! Online
Wed Oct 8
Lost's fifth-season premiere is still at least four months away, but I've just gotten some exclusive insight into next year's stories.
In particular, I can now tell you why it is that the Oceanic Six must all reunite in order to get back to the Island.
Want to know why Kate (with baby Aaron), Jack, Sayid, Hurley and Sun are going to have to put their differences aside and go "all for one, and one for all" this year?
Well, remember what Michael Emerson recently said about Ben's statement that if any of them are to return to the Island, everyone who escaped has to go back too? He said, "I think [that dictate is] a scientific condition of the mechanism by which the Island operates. I don't think it's an esoteric or spiritual issue, I think it's science."
He wasn't just talking pretty. What I'm hearing is that the reason Jack, Kate, Sayid, Sun and Hurley need to reunite is because the Oceanic Six need to fan out to a group of Dharma stations.
Even more intriguing? According to my source, these stations are not on the Island, but in other locations, and these off-Island stations are believed to be the ticket to getting back to the Island.
(Remember, the Island moved in the finale. The Island may have gone to another place...or it may have hopped into another time.)
So how does this all work? And where in the world are these stations? We'll have to tune into what is looking like an exciting fifth season in order to see.
In the meantime, my source hints that we have seen at least one of these powerful places before. Any guesses where?
Your monthly mélange of maladjusted miscreants.
It only hurts when he breathes
Finally, Stevie Wonder will be punished for "I Just Called To Say I Love You."
Nice hair, Dandelion
Reynoldo didn't like it when people called him "Q-Tip," but he understood.
It's all fun and games until you sober up and look around.
It's Howdy Kitty time. Or Hello Doody time.
Nobody fucks with the Jesus.
Woof! Woof! Ruff ruff ruff!
Cesar Millan, Jr., The Undercover Vice Cop Whisperer
Carl didn't pay much for his hair plugs, and it showed.
Me Tarzan, you James.
Lenora quickly realized that the Amazing Eyebrow Seeds she bought on TV were bullshit. She watered them daily, and nothing.
Did the government bail him out, too?
Tad couldn't figure out how the cops knew he'd been drinking.
Leon denied that he'd been blowing C-3PO, but the evidence was overwhelming.
Whatcha in for, King Tut?
A wig? No way, really?
You're not gonna like jail.
Smite smite smite!
The reverse mohawk... a trend that never quite took hold
Nah, the playing dead thing is a waste of time, honey. If you're standing up, they know you're alive (unless you're that Puerto Rican dude whose corpse attended his own wake).