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Don’t mistake coincidence for fate.

Sometimes we like to look at all the pretty and it makes us forget the frustrations we have with this show for a few minutes.

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We may be getting a little teary at our desk….

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I ask you to help a woman who can’t breathe and you want me to kiss you? Nobody’s that disgusting.

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Lost re-watch | 1x24 | Exodus, Part II

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We have to go back.

(images via dionepvm, loser-geek)

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The 100 (Midseason) Set about a century after a nuclear holocaust, there are 100 troublemaking kids who have rebelled against living in confinement on a space station and since they are totally expendable, they are sent down to earth to see if it’s safe for humans again. Yes, it’s like Wall-E with pretty people. But these are really pretty people, and there’s Desmond from Lost (Henry Ian Cusick) and Isaiah Washington as adults on board the spaceship determining their fates. There are also some creatures on Earth that could be pals with Blinky from The Simpsons along with some more mysterious life forms that managed to survive the nuclear event. It looks like fun, in a generic sci-fi sort of way.
Read more: Fall TV 2013: The CW Upfront Preview

The 100 (Midseason) 
Set about a century after a nuclear holocaust, there are 100 troublemaking kids who have rebelled against living in confinement on a space station and since they are totally expendable, they are sent down to earth to see if it’s safe for humans again. Yes, it’s like Wall-E with pretty people. But these are really pretty people, and there’s Desmond from Lost (Henry Ian Cusick) and Isaiah Washington as adults on board the spaceship determining their fates. There are also some creatures on Earth that could be pals with Blinky from The Simpsons along with some more mysterious life forms that managed to survive the nuclear event. It looks like fun, in a generic sci-fi sort of way.

Read more: Fall TV 2013: The CW Upfront Preview

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The Roguish CharmerStar Wars Version: Han Solo<Abrams Analogue: James “Sawyer” Ford (Josh Holloway, Lost)Why They’re the Same Person: In addition to sporting handsome heads of hair, these two minor league crooks offset their criminal behavior with a soulful sensitivity that, inevitably, brings out their latent good guy side over the course of the story. At key moments, they also sacrificed their own well-being for the good of the group (Han via his date with carbonite and Sawyer by bailing out of a sinking helicopter to keep it aloft) in the kind of macho move that makes them catnip to the ladies.
Read more: Star Wars: How J.J. Abrams Prepared for Episode VII

The Roguish Charmer
Star Wars Version: Han Solo<
Abrams Analogue: James “Sawyer” Ford (Josh Holloway, Lost)
Why They’re the Same Person: In addition to sporting handsome heads of hair, these two minor league crooks offset their criminal behavior with a soulful sensitivity that, inevitably, brings out their latent good guy side over the course of the story. At key moments, they also sacrificed their own well-being for the good of the group (Han via his date with carbonite and Sawyer by bailing out of a sinking helicopter to keep it aloft) in the kind of macho move that makes them catnip to the ladies.

Read more: Star Wars: How J.J. Abrams Prepared for Episode VII

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Lost Hallmark: Polar Bears The Island had polar bears. The Prison has Hershel.
Read more: Walking Dead: Is It the New Lost?

Lost Hallmark: Polar Bears
The Island had polar bears. The Prison has Hershel.

Read more: Walking Dead: Is It the New Lost?