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Damon And Carlton On The Kisses

Damon Lindelof: Everything’s gonna come together in this selesai two hours. We’re gonna see how the Oceanic Six get off the Island. We’re gonna see why they start lying. We’re gonna see who doesn’t get off the Island and see why some of them choose to stay.
Carlton Cuse: And we’re gonna see a big kiss—a really big juicy kiss—between two characters.
D.L.: A spectacular kiss.
C.C.: And it’s gonna be very good for people who are very involved with the Jack-Kate-Sawyer romantic triangle. You’re going to see a lot more about that in this finale.
D.L.: So you’re saying that kiss is gonna happen between two of those characters. Jack and Sawyer perhaps?
C.C.: I’m gonna say not Jack and Sawyer. I’m gonna say you can probably pick two other sides of the triangle.
D.L.: I’m gonna go one better than “there’s one spectacular kiss”: There are two spectacular kisses in the show…between four different people—not kissing each other. They happen at different times in the show.
C.C.: And they aren’t the same characters kissing each other twice, so that will be good.
D.L.: Separate kisses.

Source: E!Online

Which Major Mysteries Will Be Revealed?

Thanks to Cognito for the following.

I loved the line “I have no qualms about saying that tonight’s finale is the best two hours of the show so far

So, I just got off the phone with a friend of mine who has seen tonight’s two-hour fourth season finale of Lost. Whaaa?! I know.

When I took the call, the foremost thing on my mind was scoop of course. Stupid me. Somehow, I guess “loyalty” and “confidentiality agreements” took precedence, because gleaning informasi off this buddy of mine was like pulling teeth from a bitchy Jaws. No matter. Truth be told, I hate getting spoiled on Lost. I do. Last year, I knew about the flash forward a few weeks in advance and it sort of ruined the finale for me. So, I didn’t flip when my friend was vague about this evening’s main event. I simply appreciated what was thrown my way. Here’s what so-and-so had to say:

There will always be debate in the Lost-verse, but as a true fan, I have no qualms about saying that tonight’s finale is the best two hours of the show so far. I can’t spoil it or I’d feel like I was cheating you. I will only confirm that the following questions may (or may not) be answered:

-What does “moving the island” actually entail?
-Why did only six survivors make it back to civilization, and why are those survivors lying about the people who were left behind?
-Why is Kate pretending that Aaron is her biological child?
-What is this boy’s significance in the greater scheme of things?

What a tease, right? Well, I’m hoping my pseudo-source only brought these questions up because they will be answered in some form or another tonight. Weigh in below on what you wish to put to rest this evening…

Source: Zap2It

Aicn On The Finale

Thanks to Josh for the heads up on what AintItCoolNews has to say about the finale.

Tonight we learn more about Ben Linus, and more about Charles Widmore.

Greg Grunberg, the pilot in the pilot, returns for what is rumored to be tonight’s only flashback.

Michael, Jin and Desmond will deal with the freighter bomb. Not with a lot of success, one assumes.

Miles, who seems to know a secret about Charlotte, will tell Daniel he wants to stay on the island.

Sawyer will make it onto Lapidus’ helicopter with Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid. But a heroic sacrifice will need to be made…

Source: AICN