is all-new tonight, possibly for the last time until mid to late April.
Tonight's episode is the long-awaited one that centers on Hurley. I have to admit I am intrigued to see his backstory, espeically in light of seeing him on the TV screen in last week's episode. USA Today
has an article about tonight's episode
that doesn't give away many details, which is good. I want to go in as SPOILER-free as possible.
In relation to Lost
, I came across an interesting link over at the SciFi Daily blog
. It was a link to The Disembodied Brain, that asks "Is Lost still sci-fi?"
Now, it's an interesting enough article, but my question is this--do we really need to assign a niche to Lost
. Yes, it has some fantastic, fantasy/sci-fi elements to it. But honestly, I don't think of Lost
as sci-fi show per-se. I think of it as a good story with some great characters. It happens to have some supernatural elements to it, but that's OK with me. I accept them as just part of the show in the same way that I accept on 24
every point in L.A. is ten minutes apart from each other driving. I hate to see a show as good as Lost
try to get pidgeon-holed so.
posted by Michael Hickerson at 3/02/2005 12:12:00 PM