TELEVISION: Confused? You Won’t Be After Tonight’s Premiere of Lost!

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I do know that a few of the twelve thousand [12,000!] fan who traveled from around the world to attend the last Sunset on the Beach screening of the premiere have posted shaky, cell phone cam recordings of the premiere and those postings haven’t managed squat in viewings – and a wealth of comments to the effect of, “Why would I want to watch a shaky, cheapo version of this? I’ve waited for almost a year to see what happens next and I’m going to watch it in HD, not your pissy little video!”

Network suits everywhere are astounded!

Tomorrow, I’ll post my reaction to LA X, the two-hour premiere of the final season of Lost.