Harold Perrineau Interview

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Unlike most of the other dead characters who have stopped by for Lost’s tamat season, Harold Perrineau’s Michael makes a return to the island, in part to unlock a mystery.

“I think they brought everybody back so they can answer all these questions,” Perrineau tells TVGuide.com of his appearance Tuesday night (9/8c, ABC). “I got to go back and answer one of the bigger questions ΓÇö not necessarily about Michael, but one of the bigger questions about the island.”

Michael, who Perrineau assures us is most definitely dead, is also on a mission to help Hurley (Jorge Garcia), the island’s resident ghost whisperer. “Hurley’s in a position that he’s not comfortable being in now the he’s sort of a leader,” Perrineau says. “There are a bunch of things going on, and Hurley has to step up a little bit. So Michael’s helping him do that.”

Also appearing to Hurley is his unrequited love, Libby (Cynthia Watros), who Michael shot and killed in Season 2. Perrineau says everything Michael did after that ΓÇö including his self-sacrifice on the freighter in Season 4 ΓÇö has been in search of redemption.

“[What he did] on the freighter is the only redemption I guess Michael is going to get,” Perrineau says. Nevertheless, Michael will have a chance to make amends for killing Libby.

“I did get to apologize,” Perrineau told us in February. “And every time I did it, it was really emotional. There was something really nice about it. It’s not just apologizing to her, but an apology to Hurley.”

Perrineau says he loved having the opportunity to shoot scenes one last time during the tamat season and that he’s pleased with his character’s coda.

“It’s the last season, so everything feels nostalgic,” he says. “The first year, you got introduced to characters that you fell in love with. Through the years, it’s been this big story, and I liked that. But [those characters] have come back, and I think that’s a really great thing for the fans who really did love those characters from the beginning. It’s a great little bookend to at least get to say, ‘OK, goodbye, Michael.'”

Source: TV Guide

Jorge Garcia Teases Tonight’s Episode

Thanks to Annie for the heads up.

Lost fans are still buzzing about last week’s “Happily Ever After” episode, which finally began making sense of the two timelines and how love plays into it all.

Well, Tuesday night’s Hurley-centric episode, “Everybody Loves Hugo,” continues with that theme. Although actor Jorge Garcia was tight-lipped about it in a recent interview, he did say this:

“There’s definitely a turning point about to happen,” Garcia said. “Right around the middle of the season, all those deja vu moments in the sideways timeline, you’ll see stuff come to a head and the whole season turns the corner. And stuff really gets interesting.”

“Everybody Loves Hugo” will show more of Hurley’s life in the sideways timeline. Viewers saw a glimpse of that in a previous episode when he appeared to Locke as the successful entrepreneur who owns the company Locke worked for. But there’s more to Mr. Reyes than that.

“This new Hurley episode shows that everything seems great for Hurley, but maybe not everything’s great,” Garcia said.

The episode marks the return of Harold Perrineau, Cynthia Watros and Lillian Hurst as Hurley’s mother. There’s also a special guest star that Garcia announced on his blog.

The cast and crew are currently working on the top-secret series finale, which is scheduled to wrap on April 24. Of course, Garcia kept mum about that as well but did say he was “very satisfied” with the way “Lost” ends.

And that was with a chunk of the finale script still missing.

Source: LA Times

Episode 6.12 – Everybody Loves Hugo – Ew Teasers

Thanks to Lostiac for the heads up.

1. To paraphrase Tenacious D: “What’s the theme of this episode? EXPLOSIVO!”
2. Money can’t buy happiness… but it can buy a cool new rec room.
3. Oh, well.

Source: EW

Whats On Tv Magazine Scans

Thanks to Matt for the following.

Every tuesday i buy the television magazine called whats on tv, today i bought the new one and it shows the tv listings for the week starting saturday 17th april and i had a look at the sky1 listing for friday 23rd april looked down to see the lost summary and found some rather good spoilers for episode 6.13 (well they were spoilers for me anyway). also 1 week ago i bought the tv mag and looked to see what it said for 6.12 and had some rather good spoilers (at the time), it mentioned michael and libby which was pretty good spoilers for me, 1 week ago. ive attached the scans to this email 🙂


Episode 6.13 – The Last Recruit – Promotional Photos

Thanks to Claudio from www.lost-spoiler.over-blog.com for the heads up.

Latest Tidbit Via Tv Guide – April 14Th

Thanks to GreekCharmed for the heads up!

Do you think Lost’s sideways timeline occurs concurrent with island events or after? ΓÇö Barry

MICKEY: It’s a good question, Barry. When we were chatting with Yunjin Kim about Jin’s newfound fertility in the sideways timeline, call us crazy, but we think she revealed something. “Obviously Jin was infertile on the island, but in the flash-sideways he’s perfectly healthy,” she says. “I don’t know if that’s because we spent time on the island, even though it’s a different lifeline, and the island cured his infertility, therefore in the flash-sideways he’s completely healthy. That’s what I assumed when I read the script.” Sounds like sideways is after, no?

Source: TV Guide

Latest From Kristin – 14Th April 2010

We May See Libby Again. “It’s great because it’s kind of an open ending the way the episode ended. And there’s word that Libby [Cynthia] will be back. It’ll be interesting to see how it closes the story.”

Desmond Is Definitely Special. “I like the way Desmond’s character has kind of become this almost magical being that kind of facilitates things and makes things happen,” Jorge told me. “It’s exciting, the idea now that we’re remembering the [island]. And what does that mean and how that’s all gonnaΓǪwhat’s gonna happen?”

Death Is Coming. I hate to be the bearer of bad–no, make that gut-wrenching–news, but I would definitely keep the Kleenex box on standby for the next few episodes. I’m told that one of them is a game-changer in which we will some serious tragedy. As in, loss of life. As in, life that the fans truly truly care about. I’m tearing up just thinking about it so…Get ready.

Source: E!Online

Snippet From Jorge Garcia

Thanks to everyone who sent this in.

And speaking of blowing stuff up, unfortunately this was an episode also marred with death. And even more unfortunate, itΓÇÖs not going to be the last in this selesai season. As we approach the end, so begins the ΓÇ£housecleaning.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇôJorge Garcia

Source: Full Article @ TVWatch

Episode 6.13 – The Last Recruit – Press Release

ALLIANCES ARE FORGED AND BROKEN, ON ABCΓÇÖS ΓÇ£LOSTΓÇ¥

ΓÇ£The Last RecruitΓÇ¥ ΓÇô Alliances are forged and broken as the Locke and Jack camps merge, on ΓÇ£Lost,ΓÇ¥ TUESDAY, APRIL 20 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

ΓÇ£LostΓÇ¥ stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Emilie de Ravin as Claire, Michael Emerson as Ben, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Ken Leung as Miles, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Terry OΓÇÖQuinn as Locke and Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana.

Guest starring are Andrea Gabriel as Noor ΓÇ£NadiaΓÇ¥ Abed Jaseem, Sheila Kelley as Zoe, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy, Dylan Minnette as David, Teresa Huang as surgeon, Skyler Stone as EMT #1, Todd Coolidge as EMT #2, Yvonne Midkiff as receptionist, Christopher Amitrano as Burditt, Kasim Saul as guard, Steve Boatright as Mike, Mickey Graue as Zack and Kiersten Havelock as Emma.

ΓÇ£The Last RecruitΓÇ¥ was written by Paul Zbyszewski & Graham Roland and directed by Steve Semel.

Source: ABC

Episode 6.13 The Last Recruit – Sneak Peek 1

Thanks to Alan for the heads up


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