New Lost Spoilers: Towards the Season Finale Death!

Episodes 5.16 and 5.17: The Incident (season finale, parts 1 and 2) Airdate: May 13, 2009 from 9 to 11 p.m.

Question: Got any scoop on the Lost finale? Ausiello: Funny, we posed that exact question to Damon Lindelof at the Hollywood premiere of Star Trek earlier this week. “All I will say is that it is time for the time travel craziness to end,” he said. “And once it does end, something very, very surprising will happen in its wake. It is a little bit of a game-changer.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Any spoilers about Lost‘s season finale? Please! Ausiello: Funny, we posed that exact question to Damon Lindelof Jorge Garcia at the Hollywood premiere of Star Trek earlier this week. “People will find out why [Hurley] got on the plane and how he came to get that guitar case in his hands,” he said. “I’ve been wondering about that, too. I remember at one point asking a question about it and getting a, ‘We don’t know yet.’ I had to ask once, ‘How heavy is it? Is it just a guitar? Is it something else? How heavy is it supposed to be?’ Sometimes I get an empty case to lug around in a scene and sometimes it has a guitar in it, but we don’t actually know what’s in it because that has not been [revealed] yet. It could be a case full of food or money or guns or papers or anything. So you see me get the case by the finale, but I don’t know that we will find out what’s in it. It was hard for me to play because at first I did not understand why Hurley would have ever changed his mind about going back to the island, and I’m sure fans are thinking the same thing. So it will be nice to be able to give them that information.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Preview of ‘Lost’ 5th Season Finale: The Incident

Jack’s plan meets a resistance from the people close to him, in the fifth season finale of ‘Lost’ where the deads will be walking once again.

Preview of 'Lost' 5th Season Finale: The Incident Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image Jack wants to set things right on the island but is met with strong resistance by those close to him. In the two-part season finale of ““, Jack’s decision to put a plan in action is facing a roadblock and Locke assigns Ben on a difficult task. The May 13 episode called “The Incident” will be a two-hour event on ABC before the show wraps up. Many hints have been released in the past few months regarding this finale including a death that reportedly is from a major character. While one (or some) are leaving, many will also return, from the death. Michael Emerson, who plays Ben, had confirmed “We see some people from the past. It keeps us speculating why certain people seem to be holding on and revisiting the living in some interesting ways.” One of these ‘ghosts’ is most probably Sayid’s wife Nadia who was tragically murdered. Additionally, sightings of the younger versions of Kate, Sawyer, and Juliet will also be in the finale along with the final revelation of the Goliath four-toed statue. “She’s Taweret, the goddess of childbirth,” Michael mentioned previously.

Lost Season S05E16 / S05E17 “The Incident” Season Finale Promo 5×16 5×17 full spoiler

LOST 5×16/5×17 The Incident – Sneak Peek #1

I know you guys have some hints about Lost‘s finale. Don’t hold out. TIM: ABC’s promos spoil that Sawyer, Kate and Juliet return to the island, so we asked Patrick Fischler (aka the Dharma Initiative’s Phil) what could possibly turn the sub around. “Let me see, how do I put this? Sawyer,” he said. Fischler says Phil plays an “interesting part” in a season finale that answers lots of questions, but ends with a game-changing cliff-hanger. Might Phil face the music for belting Juliet last week? “I think Sawyer may have to have a little payback,” says Fischler.

What can you tell us about the Lost finale? As Michael Emerson so impressively put it: The Lost finale will make you eat your soul. Also, stuff blows up, Jacob walks among us and we cry like crazy.Source: Kristin on E!Online

The last episode of Lost killed my Skate shipper heart. This should be the moment when you comfort us by telling us everything will be OK. Right? Right? You guys have got to stop living episode-to-episode (you’re going to give yourselves coronaries!) and start thinking long-term. Why? Because long-term, everything will be OK! Promise. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Lost Finale Preview: Michael Emerson Talks of Ben’s Sacrifice, Jack’s Plan and Meeting Jacob

Source: TV Guide Online

Michael Emerson, Lost

The pieces are being moved into place as ABC’s Lost tees up its two-hour season finale (Wednesday, starting at 9 pm/ET). While Jack and Sayid pal around with Jughead and submariner Sawyer and his ladies somehow manage an about-face, Ben has been left to join Locke on a journey to meet — and perhaps kill — the mysterious and mighty Jacob. Michael Emerson, who previously has described the season-ender as “explosive,” shared a cryptic look at what exactly it beholds.

TVGuide.com: We have two hours left in the season. Is it going to take Locke, Ben and Richard 119 minutes to get to Jacob?
Michael Emerson:
It’s going to take a while. I mean, we’ve been making our way to Jacob for a long, long time. I think we can last a little bit longer.

TVGuide.com: Is it safe to say we will meet him in this finale?
Emerson:
Jacob is certainly a character in the final two episodes. [An ABC spokesperson interjects to say, “We can neither confirm nor deny that Jacob will be in the season finale.”] There seems to be a suggestion that we’re moving in that direction, but what Jacob might be or how he might be revealed, if he ever is, is one of the juicy surprises of future Lost work.

TVGuide.com: Might Ben and Richard try to stage a coup to overthrow Locke?
Emerson:
Ben and Richard have always seemed to me to have a somewhat fraught and edgy relationship. I don’t think Ben is in a position right now to make aggressive alliances with anybody. Ben is doing well at this point to put one foot in front of the other.

TVGuide.com: But what about “My enemy’s enemy is my friend”?
Emerson:
Well, there’s something to be said for that, and that is a philosophy that Ben has put to good use in the past. But Ben seems to be in as low a place as I have ever seen him. He seems to be shaken and no longer the general that he used to be. He is in fact no longer possibly the chess player that he used to be.

TVGuide.com: To add in yet another metaphor, are you saying he has run out of aces up his sleeve?
Emerson:
That may be the case. But he isn’t completely out of cards yet. No matter how whipped he is, he continues to be alert to the possibilities of every situation.

TVGuide.com: I was surprised — and I am curious if you were, too — to learn that Jacob can be killed. Or at least Locke believes he can.
Emerson:
That was such an interesting statement for John Locke to make. Based on everything I ever knew about Jacob, it seems a sort of unlikely thing to say.

TVGuide.com: Right, this is Jacob we’re talking about!
Emerson:
Yeah — Jacob seems to be somebody that has gotten along fine for a long, long time, and seems to be impervious to the frailties of the flesh.

TVGuide.com: Ben is asked to make a sacrifice in the season finale. What can you tease about that?
Emerson:
Ben has sacrificed his leadership and authority [to Locke], but he’s also going to be asked to serve someone else’s interests, not his own.

TVGuide.com: In your mind, if Jack were to detonate Jughead and thus keep 815 from crashing, what then? What moment immediately follows that instant? Do we cut to a plane full of mild-mannered people?
Emerson:
I think it cannot be that simple, if that were a thing that happened. We’re wrestling with these ideas of what can be changed with time travel and what cannot be changed. I don’t thing a thing lived can be unlived. In one of the recent episodes, someone alluded to the idea that whether it’s past, present or future, it is your life in the order it happens to you. I don’t think anything done can be undone. This is an issue the writers and we the actors are wrestling with, and I don’t have a good answer. Jack seems to be saying that he can erase the events of the last five seasons … but I think that’s unlikely.

TVGuide.com: Will you be back next season?
Emerson:
Well, nothing that happens in the finale suggested to me that Ben’s work was done. But like everyone else, he is vulnerable to accidents … or injury. I’m hopeful that I will be among the actors who appear in Episode 601, but nothing is written in stone at Lost.

Well, nothing except some ancient hieroglyphics.

Preview of ‘Lost’ 5.15: Follow the Leader

Jack finds out that if they had followed the journal, they would have landed in Los Angeles instead of crashing on the island, all new on ‘Lost’.

Preview of 'Lost' 5.15: Follow the LeaderSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image With two episodes left in the season, “” brings an arc story where survivors are trying to cheat the past in order to get out of the island and spare their mystery. Jack and Kate find themselves at odds over the direction to take to save their fellow island survivors. Locke further solidifies his stance as leader of “The Others”. Sawyer and Juliet come under scrutiny from the Dharma Initiative. Titled “Follow the Leader”, this episode airs May 6. The next week on May 13, “Lost” will have a two-part season finale. Someone will revisit the past to meet the characters’ youth. Also, according to E! Online’s spoiler scoop, there will be the re-appearance of Sayid’s tragically murdered wife, Nadia.

What can you tease about the Lost finale? Look for another game-changing finale. Based on the rumors we’re hearing about what happens, you may find yourself wondering how they could still even do the same show after this. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Jack’s decision to put a plan in action in order to set things right on the island is met with some strong resistance by those close to him, and Locke assigns Ben a difficult task. Guest starring are L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Francois Chau as Dr. Pierre Chang, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Brad William Henke as Bram, Jon Gries as Roger Linus, Alice Evans as younger Eloise Hawking, Andrea Gabriel as Noor “Nadia” Abed Jaseem, Kevin Chapman as Mitch, Mark Pellegrino as man #1, Titus Welliver as man #2, Emily Rae Argenti as young Kate, Tanner Maguire as young Tom, George Gerdes as Mr. Springer, Agnes Kwak as Aunt Soo, Amy Stewart as mother, Rylee Fansler as young Juliet, Savannah Lathem as young Rachel, William Makozak as Captain Bird, Daniel James Kunkel as anesthesiologist, Sonya Masinovsky as Russian nurse, Keegan Boos as young Sawyer, Colby French as Uncle Doug, John Pete as prison clerk, Michael Trisler as father, Sally Davis as woman and Adam Bazzi as cab driver. Source: ABC

Lost (May 13, ABC)
Charles Widmore told John Locke that a war would take place on the island, and that if John didn’t return, the wrong side was going to win. We’re still a little unclear on who — and when — the sides will be (Hostiles vs. Dharma; Oceanic 6 vs. creepy Ajira survivors; Smokey vs. everyone), but it’s clear that tensions are mounting all over, and will probably culminate in at least one shocking season-ending death. Other intriguing tidbits: The finale will introduce us to Jacob, the island’s spiritual leader, and we’ll see a wedding that takes place off-island. Thump! Source: TV Guide Online

After you see the finale, you’ll understand why season five of Lost has not handed you Sawyer and Kate on a plate. (Watch With Kristin)

Sayid’s wife Nadia is back in the finale. We’ll also be meeting young Kate, young Tom (Kate’s friend from Iowa), young Juliet, young Rachel (Juliet’s sister) and young Sawyer, and several of those sightings happen because a pivotal figure in the Island mythology (Jacob) wants to check in on the castaways in their youth. (Watch With Kristin)

Jack’s plan to “un-crash” Oceanic Flight 815 is not foolproof, sadly. But it doesn’t lead to the deaths of everyone involved — just one person. And that death, though heartbreaking on the scale of Charlie’s end, will one day seem necessary because it sets up a raft of amazing future storylines and brings closure to some other long-running stories. (Watch With Kristin)

Among the crucial questions you’ll get answers to in the season finale, are “How did Hurley get that guitar case that he brought on the Ajira flight to Guam?” But also, “How did Hurley get out of jail?” Also, we’ll see Vincent the dog again — but while the fate of Bernard and Rose will be alluded to, we may not actually see Bernard and Rose in person. We’ll also see the face of the four-toed statue, which Michael Emerson believes is Tawaret, goddess of childbirth. And the season finale’s title, “The Incident,” is a clue to the direction the show is moving in. It’ll end with several major characters in jeopardy, until the final season begins in 2010. (TV Guide)

Are there any spoilers for the two-part season ender for Lost? We just can’t wait! Thanks. Sayid’s wife Nadia is back in the finale. Yes, technically she’s his tragically murdered wife, but still: whee! We’ll also be meeting young Kate, young Tom (Mr. Friendly Kate’s friend from Iowa), young Juliet, young Rachel (Juliet’s sister) and young Sawyer, and several of those sightings happen because a pivotal figure in the Island mythology wants to check in on our heroes in their youth, à la Richard Alpert’s test visit (“Which of these are yours?”) to John Locke. Source: Kristin on E!Online

The major-ish Lost death is coming up soooooon. Also, it’s less ish and more major than I first thought. Source: The Ausiello Files

Supposedly Daniel Faraday is the son of Charles Widmore and Eloise Hawking. And after Faraday returns to the island via submarine, he goes to talk to Dr. Pierre Chang/Marvin Candle and tells him the truth about the island and Chang’s son, Miles. Daniel tries to convince Chang to evacuate the island. Daniel then ventures to the Others’ camp and tries to talk to his mother, Eloise. But before he gets the chance, she shoots him and he dies. She doesn’t realize until afterwards that he was her son. She finds out from Jack and Kate what Daniel was planning to do, and she swears to carry it through with help from Richard. (ODI)

There will be a bit more “playing of the house” for Juliet and Sawyer — as well as a little kissing — before the action-packed ramp-up to the May 13 season finale. (TV Guide)

Jack is going to only become more unlikable. (TV Guide)

Some Like It Hoth – Airing April 15, 2009

Suspicions about a possible breach intensify after Ben is taken from the infirmary, and a reluctant Miles is forced to work with Hurley when he’s asked to deliver an important package to a top Dharma official. (ABC)

When are Sawyer and Kate getting back together on Lost? No time in season five, but check back for season six. You should like what you see… (P.S. Exec prod Eddy Kitsis says, perhaps jokingly, perhaps not, “Season six is free to be you and me. Do what you feel.”) Source: Kristin on E!Online

My favorite Lost characters have remained Jack, Charlie, Boone and Sayid since the first ep. I’m down by two. So, can you help a sister out: Are Jack and Sayid a sure bet to live through next season? I can’t imagine a Lost series finale without either of them! No promises about a series finale, but neither Jack nor Sayid are the major Lost death happening in season five. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Hey, guys, any word yet on what the code name for the Lost finale’s final scene will be? Yes. It’s not as boring as “The Bagel,” but not as laugh-out-loud silly as “Frozen Donkey Wheel.” This year’s name was chosen from fan submissions, and the winning name is…”The Fork in the Outlet,” according to ABC reps. The actual episode, though, is titled “The Incident.” Sounds like the Losties are going to be messing with the electromagnetic power of the Island, to return to the future or to unleash the metal-shavings monster. (Remember what Michael Emerson told us about Smokey? “I think it all has something to do with metallic dust. I think the smoke monster is connected to that ring of powder that surrounds Jacob’s cabin. They’ve established that there are supermagnetic forces at work on the Island, so what better medium for those forces to work through than through fine filings of metal.”) Source: Kristin on E!Online

Question: Do you have any snippet to share with us about Lost‘s season finale? Ausiello: We will come to learn that the dude who may or may not be playing Jacob bore witness to pivotal events in the pre-island lives of Locke, Sayid, and Sawyer. Speaking of Lost, I wanna say a few words about Evangeline Lilly’s performance in tonight’s episode: Wow. (Okay, one word.)

Question: Will we ever find out what happened to Rose and Bernard on Lost? Ausiello: I’m hearing we will.

Episode 5.12: Dead Is Dead (Ben-centric)Airdate: April 8, 2009

To atone for sins of the past, Ben must attempt to summon the smoke monster in order to be judged. Guest starring are Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Tania Raymonde as Alex, Sonya Walger as Penelope “Penny” Widmore, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Sterling Beaumon as young Ben, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Sad Taghmaoui as Caesar, Melissa Farman as young Danielle Rousseau, Brad William Henke as Bram and Matt Hoffman as Jed. Source: ABC

In order to atone for the awful sins of his past, Ben attempts to summon the Smoke Monster ready to be judged. As he seeks redemption, we learn more about Ben’s terrible actions and meet some faces from the past. His relationship with ‘daughter’ Alex is revealed, as is the story of how he came to steal her from Danielle. But what is the truth behind the enmity between Ben and Charles Widmore – and did he make good on his vow to avenge Alex’s death? Source: What’s On TV

Episode 5.13: Some Like It Hoth (Miles-centric) Airdate: April 15, 2009

Suspicions about a possible breach intensify after Ben is taken from the infirmary, and a reluctant Miles is forced to work with Hurley when he’s asked to deliver an important package to a top Dharma official. Guest starring are Francois Chau as Dr. Pierre Chang, Marsha Thomason as Naomi Dorrit, Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Jon Gries as Roger Linus, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Leslie Ishii as Lara, Brad William Henke as Bram, Dean Norris as Howard Gray, Tim DeZarn as Trevor, Lance Ho as young Miles and Linda Rose Herman as Evelyn. “Some Like It Hoth” was written by Melinda Hsu Taylor & Greggory Nations and directed by Jack Bender. Source: ABC

Special: The Story of the Oceanic 6 Airdate: April 22, 2009

ABC once again invites new and avid “Lost” viewers to take another look at one of the most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. “Lost: The Story of the Oceanic 6” will explore the series in a way that will bring new viewers up to date — but which current viewers will also find illuminating in discovering what happened to the Oceanic 6 and the remaining island survivors during the three years after Ben moved the island. Jack, Kate, Hurley, Sayid, Sun and Claire’s son Aaron otherwise known as the Oceanic 6 were rescued and tried to pick up the pieces of the lives they knew before the crash and to perpetuate the lie concocted to hide the truth about what really happened. But Jack and Ben had to convince all of them to return to the island in order to save those left behind. Although they eventually did go back sans Aaron — what could possibly have been the motivating factors for each, and exactly how and when — did they return? As for those left behind on the island, violent shifts through time were wreaking havoc on their lives. Discover how Locke’s leaving the island under the guise of Jeremy Bentham may have helped end the time rifts, and what led to his eventual death in the outside world. Source: ABC

Episode 5.14: The Variable (Faraday-centric) (100th episode) Airdate: April 29, 2009

Please, any hints for this week’s episode of Lost? Can I expect something between Sawyer and Kate? All we can say is that after you see the finale, you’ll understand why season five of Lost has not handed you Sawyer and Kate on a plate. Source: Kristin on E!Online

[Yes, Faraday is the son of Widmore & Eloise. Faraday arrives back to the island by sub. He tries to get Chang to evacuate the island by telling him the truth about the island and Miles. He ventures into the Other’s camp to talk to his mother who shoots and kills him prior to talking to him. Eloise is not portrayed as a villain because she doesn’t know (at the time she kills Faraday) he’s her son. She learns of his plans through Jack and Kate, and tries to see them through with the help of Richard.] Source: Lost Spoilers

On the 100th episode milestone for the series, the time of reckoning has begun when Daniel Faraday comes clean regarding what he knows about the island. Guest starring are Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Sonya Walger as Penelope “Penny” Widmore, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Francois Chau as Dr. Pierre Chang, Fionnula Flanagan as Eloise Hawking, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Sarah Farooqui as Theresa, Alice Evans as younger Eloise Hawking, Wendy Pearson as E.R. doctor, Todd Coolidge as paramedic, Peggy Anne Siegmund as caretaker, Jennifer Sojot as E.R. nurse, Spencer Allyn as young Daniel Faraday, Michael Dempsey as foreman, Maya Henssens as young girl, Ariston Green as workman, Marvin DeFreitas as young Charlie and Brad Berryhill as anxious guy. Source: ABC

Preview of ‘Lost’ 5.14: Faraday Comes Clean About the Island

While bullets are flying and explosions occur, Daniel Faraday will reveal what he knows about the island, all new in ‘Lost’.

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Preview of 'Lost' 5.14: Faraday Comes Clean About the Island

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The time has come to unleash some shots in ““. The time of reckoning begins as Daniel Faraday comes clean regarding what he knows about the island. In the preview, Jack and Radzinky are seen firing arms at each other. Taking a two-weeks break, the April 29 episode will mark the series’ 100th episode milestone. The island survivors take sides, some will leave the place and some stay to fight. Most of the filming took place at a mechanic’s area of Othersville, involving Kate, Jack, Daniel as well as some new Dharma members Casey and Emer. According to some leaked scoops, the episode also follows further adventures by Desmond and Daniel that will lead to why Desmond left the army. There will also be an explanation of why Daniel’s notebook stated “Desmond is my Constant”.

Clips From ‘Lost’ 5.14: Evacuation Requested

In the 100th episode of ‘Lost’, Daniel Faraday comes clean about what he knows and asks Dr. Chang to bring people out of the island.

Clips From 'Lost' 5.14: Evacuation Requested
See larger image While taking a one week break, “” has given a sneak peek to the Wednesday, April 29 episode titled “The Variable” through three clips. One of them sees Daniel requesting the evacuation of women and children off the island. The first clips shows Sawyer telling Juliet to confide in him but she doubts him. The second clips sees Daniel frantically coming into Jack’s room to ask him about how Jack gets back to the island. Jack in fact, if according to Daniel’s theory, was not supposed to return there in 1977. Third one sees Daniel telling Dr. Chang to evacuate people immediately out of the island, a move which will be in contrary to the history of the island. Being the 100th episode, “The Variable” is a Daniel-centric episode where he comes clean regarding what he knows about the island.

Episode 5.15: Follow The Leader (Richard-centric) Airdate: May 6, 2009

Jack and Kate find themselves at odds over the direction to take to save their fellow island survivors, Locke further solidifies his stance as leader of “The Others,” and Sawyer and Juliet come under scrutiny from the Dharma Initiative. Guest starring are Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Francois Chau as Dr. Pierre Chang, Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, David S. Lee as younger Charles Widmore, Alice Evans as younger Eloise Hawking, Leslie Ishii as Lara, Sebastian Siegel as Erik, Kevin Chapman as Mitch, Elisabeth Blake as Vanessa, William Makozak as Captain Bird, Victoria Goring as mother and Maya Henssens as young girl. Source: ABC

Captain Bird: Any ethnicity, 40s-50s. Professional, military background, intelligent and able. Concerned about the safety of his ship’s crew. This role will be in episode 5.15 and in one episode of the finale. Source: Lost Spoilers

Preview of ‘Lost’ 5.15: Follow the Leader

Jack finds out that if they had followed the journal, they would have landed in Los Angeles instead of crashing on the island, all new on ‘Lost’.

Preview of 'Lost' 5.15: Follow the LeaderSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image With two episodes left in the season, “” brings an arc story where survivors are trying to cheat the past in order to get out of the island and spare their mystery. Jack and Kate find themselves at odds over the direction to take to save their fellow island survivors. Locke further solidifies his stance as leader of “The Others”. Sawyer and Juliet come under scrutiny from the Dharma Initiative. Titled “Follow the Leader”, this episode airs May 6. The next week on May 13, “Lost” will have a two-part season finale. Someone will revisit the past to meet the characters’ youth. Also, according to E! Online’s spoiler scoop, there will be the re-appearance of Sayid’s tragically murdered wife, Nadia.

Episodes 5.16 and 5.17: The Incident (season finale, parts 1 and 2) Airdate: May 13, 2009 from 9 to 11 p.m.

We will be seeing a 3rd Eloise Hawking. This time played by Alice Evans who will between the ages of the young and old Ellie. The Wedding scene is definitely that of Sun and Jin as has previously been reported and NOT that of Aaron and JiYeon that has been speculated on some sites. Jacob will be in attendance for the ceremony. Source: Lost Spoilers

According to Crissy and Kanahina, on location now, they’re recreating an L.A. street scene. A woman is lying in the road. Sayid comes to her aide. Considering recent reveals about someone visiting both Locke and Sawyer at pivotal moments in their history, and possibly Sun and Jin at their wedding, I suspect the same is happening here. Could this be Nadia’s assassination? Source: The Transmission

We will have a Charlie’s-death-level emotional reaction to the character death at the end of season-there will be wailing, rending of garments and general grief. The writers probably had plenty of doubts about whether or not it was really a good idea to kill this particular character. […] Charlie Pace and the major character that dies this season are polar opposites in at least one key physical attribute. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Fact: Dexter alum Mark Pellegrino (he played Rita’s abusive ex) has been cast on Lost in a pivotal role, multiple sources confirm to me exclusively. Unconfirmed scuttlebutt: He’s playing Jacob in an off-island, circa-’70s flashback involving some very familiar faces! Fact: He turns up in the season finale. Unconfirmed scuttlebutt: One of those familiar faces is *a****! […] We will come to learn that the dude who may or may not be playing Jacob bore witness to pivotal events in the pre-island lives of Locke, Sayid, and Sawyer. […] An ABC insider confirms that Lost will begin filming a wedding ceremony later today that is slated to air during the show’s two-hour finale on May 13. Who’s getting hitched? Here are a pair of clues: Actors of Asian-American descent are being sought to play extras, and the wedding will take place on the mainland, not the island. That pretty much rules out Jack/Kate or Sawyer/Juliet. “One theory is that it’s a flashback to Sun and Jin’s wedding,” whispers a Lost insider. “But the wild rumor is that Sun and Jin’s daughter will marry Aaron in the future.” Source: The Ausiello Files

I saw them shooting a scene for (confirmed by crew member) the season 5 finale on Kalakaua Ave. Mark Pellegrino was reading a book on a bench outside a building when BAM!! Locke falls eight stories out of the window and lands behind him. While people cry out for help and to call 911, Pellegrino (Young Jacob?!) calmly puts a bookmark in his book and casually walks over to Locke’s body in the grass and kneels down next to him. I wasn’t sure who the guy was on the bench but after seeing his picture on the site, it was DEFINITELY Pellegrino. Terry O’Quinn was laying on the ground for a good amount of time with bloodied make-up and fake glass on/around him (I even went back and found some fake glass later!). […] Rose, Bernard and Vincent will all be appearing in the finale. Source: Lost Spoiler

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