22 September 2011

Happy LOST Anniversary Day (September 22, 2004)!

For those who are reading this and didn't watch the show while it originally aired, the pilot of LOST premiered on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004. And, if you continued to watch the show beyond that (You definitely should not be reading this blog if you haven't.), you should know that September 22nd is also the date that the crash of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 occurred, as found by Desmond David Hume in the Season Two episode Live Together, Die Alone. Also, if you haven't noticed already, the date and time (September 22nd 2004 4:16 PM) of the crash of Oceanic Flight 815 is where I got the name for this very blog.

To celebrate the annual LOST Anniversary, I scoured YouTube for a decent LOST video (Which took forever. Note to YouTube LOST video makers: Using any music other than that of the brilliant Michael Giacchino is a huge mistake.. And, one day, I'll shut my mouth and get around to making my own damn video.), and finally, I came across this..


Today (September 22nd, 2011) is also my nephew's five year old birthday, so this day will always have an awesome and special double meaning to me. Happy Birthday to LOST and to my best buddy, Jordan. Hopefully someday we'll get to watch it together.

I will be back next week and returning to my regularly scheduled weekly re-watch after being gone for far too long.. So, look out for my analysis of the Claire Littleton flashback-centric episode, Raised By Another. And, lastly.. (I had to do it.)


WE HAVE TO GO BACK!

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