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February 7, 2006

Lotto curse cost me £100k

4 8 15 16 23 42

A LOTTO player missed out on a £100,000 win after ditching his regular draw numbers for a set “cursed” on hit TV show Lost.

Dad-of-two Tony Brannon, 54, had only won a tenner since the National Lottery began in 1994 with his numbers based on family birthdays.

He swapped them for the first time two Saturdays ago to use 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42.

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Just where, or what, is this island?

If your jetliner crash-landed on a seemingly deserted island, what would you want to have with you? If you say a bevy of attractive co-passengers, an island’s worth of mystery, and a cargo hold full of secrets, then ABC’s addictive drama Lost is the show for you. Read More

February 8, 2006

Finally, an Indian actor who ain't Lost

Naveen Andrews

Given the Indian Diaspora's penetration in many formidable fields in the West, it is only too surprising to note that the foray of Indian actors into films and television here has been notable but sporadic.
Lately though, a British Indian actor of Indian origin is making quite the buzz in America.
Starring in ABC's popular and critically acclaimed television series Lost, that premiered in 2004 and that has gone on to become one of TV's most watched drama series, is Naveen Andrews.

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'Lost' to run long this season, too
ABC's hit mystery/adventure series Lost will run a little longer this season, just as it did in its first outing last year.
The first season ran 25 hours while the second will go 24, a writer/supervising producer on the show told SCI FI Wire. Read More

February 9, 2006

'Lost' Bad Boy Josh Holloway Finds Feature Film

Josh Holloway

Josh Holloway is riding high these days, as he's quickly become one of the highest demanded actors, turning down roles left and right… even a leading role opposite Brad Pitt! "As much as that hurts losing those opportunities," Holloway said. "I wouldn't trade this for the world."
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Lost: The Long Con
...Okay. Tonight's episode of Lost is called "The Long Con" and is a Sawyer-centric episode focusing on flashbacks from his life. As always, this recap will be replete with spoilers, but I'm going to save them all for after the jump.
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February 10, 2006

Scholars try to make sense of phenomenon getting LOST


HERE IS SOMETHING eerie about ABC's smash hit "Lost."

It has nothing to do with the black cloud that traverses the island at breakneck speeds, conjuring visions of monsters, polar bears and horses for the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815.

What is eerie is the way "Lost" has become a cultural phenomenon-in-the-making like few shows before it.
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Viewers Get Hooked When TV Romance Blooms As Valentine's Day looms, it's a good time for us to take note of our role as wannabe matchmakers in the TV world.
Consider ABC's "Lost," for instance. Other viewers may be rooting for Kate (Evangeline Lilly), the sexy fugitive, to settle down with Sawyer (Josh Holloway), the sexy con man.
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February 11, 2006

Lost: Lindeloff puts Ana Lucia rumors to rest

Michelle Rodríguez

Lost producers are denying rumors in US Weekly that Michelle Rodriguez, who plays the unlikable Ana Lucia on Lost, is being booted off the show for her bad behavior. Michelle's poor decisions about drinking and driving made headlines several times during the fall, but Lost producers say that's no reason to vote the girl off the island.
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Red-Hot Romance -- Celebrity Style!
Valentine's Day is still a few days away, but that doesn't mean that the stars aren't planning ahead for an evening of romance. "Extra" got the dish on the red-hot plans of these love puppies!.
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February 13, 2006

Josh Holloway Feared Lost Chop

Josh Holloway

Lost actor Josh Holloway feared his stay on the show would be a short one – because his character is so nasty.

Holloway plays Sawyer in the hit TV show, but the star thought his character would be so hated by the viewing public he’d soon be booted off Lost’s fictional island.
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Many factors can go into molding a leader
...Some leaders are thrust into leadership roles by a turn of events. In the TV series "Lost," a plane crashes on a desolate island and a medical doctor becomes leader because of his abilities and training. He has an almost maternal concern for all survivors from the front of the plane.
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February 14, 2006

LOST TV Actress Pleads Guilty to DUI Charges

Cynthia Watros

LOST TV actress Cynthia Watros pleaded guilty to drunken driving.

Cynthia Watros, who plays Libby on ABC's hit series "Lost," pleaded guilty to drunken driving Thursday. She was fined $370 and had her driver's license suspended for 90 days.

District Judge James Dannenberg also ordered Watros, 37, to undergo an alcohol assessment and to submit to 14 hours of counseling.
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Gross Indecency Star Lands Role on ABC-TV's "Lost"

Emmy Award winner Michael Emerson, who portrayed Oscar Wilde in Off-Broadway's Gross Indecency, has landed a recurring role on the hit ABC-TV series "Lost."
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