Jack 1. Gather ingredients 2. Point gun at ingredients and shout “HOW DO I MAKE A SANDWICH OUT OF YOU?!?!?” 3. Breathe heavily through your nose as though you were about to hit ingredients 4. Give up and make the sandwich yourself, and eat it bitterly
Kate 1. Make separate sandwiches, one with peanut butter and one with jelly 2. Take a bite of the peanut butter sandwich, declaring it the best 3. Take a bite of the jelly sandwich, declaring it the best 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 ad infinitum 5. Follow peanut butter or jelly sandwich into grave danger
Sawyer 1. Throw the jar of jelly at wall, sneering “I don’t need no sandwich” 2. Call the mascot on the jar of peanut butter lots of clever nicknames 3. Huff and puff and stomp around and grumble a lot 4. When no one’s looking, make perfect, even, symmetrical peanut butter and jelly sandwich and sit in a corner, enjoying every bite
Locke 1. Sit idly by, believing that the ingredients will find a way to make a sandwich out of themselves 2. Lose faith and make the sandwich anyway 3. Realize that you were the instrument by which the ingredients chose to make a sandwich after all 4. Run around the room and grab everyone’s knives, insisting that their sandwiches will do the same in time
Hurley 1. Make sandwich 2. Eat sandwich 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 ad infinitum
Sayid 1. Procure 23 milligrams of uranium-20 2. Set hadron supercollider to eight megajoules 3. Program a sandwich-making macro using Cobol or Visual Basic 4. Act all tough-like
Desmond 1. Eat sandwich 2. Call the sandwich “brother” 3. Place peanut butter slice over jelly slice 4. Spread jelly on the other slice 5. Spread peanut butter on one slice 6. Take two slices of bread, a jar of peanut butter and a jar of jelly
Ben 1. Steal someone else’s sandwich 2. Claim you coerced them into making the sandwich for you all along 3. Say you’ll tell them everything if they make you another sandwich 4. Stare at them all creepy-like
Libby 1. Lay out plans for one of the most intricate, fascinating, and delicious sandwiches of all time 2. Just as you start making it, get shot
Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse 1. Make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich 2. Have someone take a bite, then tell them it’s a baloney sandwich 3. Make up a whole bunch of other shit, then say you had planned it all along 4. Buy a few yachts
“When I was first offered the recurring role on Lost I have to admit, I had never seen the show because I’d been told by several Lost fans over the past few years that if I missed the first season I might as well not even try to catch up. So when the phone call came seeing if I wanted to play this wonderful part I signed up for Netflix and proceeded to watch the first 2 seasons back to back like a junkie. I couldn’t get enough and I called my agent and told her to book the job. Once down in Oahu where we shoot the show, one actor after another came up to me and introduced themselves with opened arms, and I was welcomed onto the set by the cast and crew like a long lost sister. The best part of working on the show is that the creators of the show like to keep everything close to the vest not letting anyone know where they’re going with the storyline, plot or characters, so I never know where my character is going or what she’s going to do next. It is the most liberating feeling and lets me as an actor live right in the moment of where my character is, just like life. Working on Lost has been like manna from heaven, can’t there be a season 7?????”—
Sheila Kelley’s character, Zoe, was introduced on Lost last week. She has appeared in L.A. Law, Sisters, ER and The Sopranos and in films including Singles, Matchstick Men, Nurse Betty, and One Fine Day. Sheila is also the founder of S Factor pole dancing studios, which has seven locations nationwide. (via 815sentencesaboutlost)
“Lost, wow, what a powerful four letter word that is. I don’t even know where to start! Lost has been my life for the past 6 years and my longest running romantic relationship to date. The characters, the plot line, the whole show is captivating, I am utterly and completely in love with Lost. If I had a glass of champagne right now, I’d raise a toast to everyone involved in this amazing show. I already plan on crying on the last episode and oh, how I wish it could last forever! But I thank you all for the the past 6 years, I couldn’t have wished for a better television show to love.”—
Cassie Boettcher is an acoustic/country/pop singer-songwriter who has been obsessively watching Lost since it’s debut. A college kid in Milwaukee, she’s moving down to Nashville full time next year. (via 815sentencesaboutlost)
Hey All, So we just got some great news confirming that we will get an extended bonus LOST on March 23rd for Episode 6x09. So do not forget to set your DVRs and VCRs (if you are still using one) accordingly.
Lately I’ve been thinking that maybe it would be easier if it would just end. I feel like all of the waiting and anticipation for the end just makes it harder. I want the pain to stop, I want my recovery time to already be here. Please, just make it stop. I don’t want to feel like this anymore.