Posting this again because the episode airs tonight at 7:30 ET on Disney XD.
You can watch the clip over at TVLine.
Read the episode’s synopsis here; read about how Damon Lindelof was inspired to write it here. 

Posting this again because the episode airs tonight at 7:30 ET on Disney XD.

You can watch the clip over at TVLine.

Read the episode’s synopsis here; read about how Damon Lindelof was inspired to write it here

29 September 2014 ·

You can watch the clip over at TVLine.
Read the episode’s synopsis here; read about how Damon Lindelof was inspired to write it here. The episode airs September 29.

You can watch the clip over at TVLine.

Read the episode’s synopsis here; read about how Damon Lindelof was inspired to write it here. The episode airs September 29.

19 September 2014 ·

Behind the Hatch Door of Phineas and Ferb’s LOST-Inspired Episode
Few things are as enigmatic as the ABC Television Show LOST. The endless plot twists, flash-forwards, flash-backwards, and flash-everywhere-in-betweens left us with many questions and very few answers. There’s only one question more mysterious, more pressing, and more elusive than those we ask about LOST: who is Peter the Panda’s nemesis?
Okay, maybe that isn’t a question you ask yourself every day, but it was an important query for Damon Lindelof (co-creator of LOST and huge fan of Phineas and Ferb) to tackle. His obsession began when his wife, Heidi, suggested that he watch a few episodes. She and their son were already loyal viewers and Damon quickly became one too.
Despite each episode being conveniently packaged into 12-minute plotlines, Damon loved that the show was still serialized. The more you watched it, the more nuances you picked up on and understood. In Damon’s words, “the show invites in newcomers, but it also rewards the people who are looking at details.” As we know from LOST, Damon loves details.
There was one detail that caught his attention and didn’t let go—Peter the Panda. Damon would constantly ask questions about Peter to his wife and son, none of which could be answered. That is, until Damon partnered up with Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh to create an episode exploring all of his pressing panda questions.
This crossover episode was also an opportunity for Damon to get back to the other side of production–the side where he didn’t have the final say. According to Damon, “When you’re running your own show you lose the thrill of the pitch and you’re just being pitched to.” Now it was his turn to pitch again. Dan, Swampy, and Damon kicked around ideas and crafted an outline. Pride for LOST aside, Damon felt it was important to laugh at himself. We think he succeeded in creating a character who embodied the negative effects of not revealing your master plan to people (Sound familiar, Lost fans?). Don’t worry, there’s a satisfying ending to this one.
You’ll be happy to see a familiar hatch appear in a very familiar backyard, as well as a hauntingly familiar voice. Terry O’Quinn (John Locke from LOST) voices a mysterious character. This episode has time travel, strange happenings, and polar bears (Dan and Swampy’s doing this time, not DHARMA’s). Even Buford continues the long line of LOST plot twists. It is definitely one episode Phineas and Ferb fans and LOST fans will watch over and over again to catch all the details.
Remember to set (and reset) your clocks for September 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT and watch the premiere of “Lost in Danville” on Disney XD.

Behind the Hatch Door of Phineas and Ferb’s LOST-Inspired Episode

Few things are as enigmatic as the ABC Television Show LOST. The endless plot twists, flash-forwards, flash-backwards, and flash-everywhere-in-betweens left us with many questions and very few answers. There’s only one question more mysterious, more pressing, and more elusive than those we ask about LOST: who is Peter the Panda’s nemesis?

Okay, maybe that isn’t a question you ask yourself every day, but it was an important query for Damon Lindelof (co-creator of LOST and huge fan of Phineas and Ferb) to tackle. His obsession began when his wife, Heidi, suggested that he watch a few episodes. She and their son were already loyal viewers and Damon quickly became one too.

Despite each episode being conveniently packaged into 12-minute plotlines, Damon loved that the show was still serialized. The more you watched it, the more nuances you picked up on and understood. In Damon’s words, “the show invites in newcomers, but it also rewards the people who are looking at details.” As we know from LOST, Damon loves details.

There was one detail that caught his attention and didn’t let go—Peter the Panda. Damon would constantly ask questions about Peter to his wife and son, none of which could be answered. That is, until Damon partnered up with Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh to create an episode exploring all of his pressing panda questions.

This crossover episode was also an opportunity for Damon to get back to the other side of production–the side where he didn’t have the final say. According to Damon, “When you’re running your own show you lose the thrill of the pitch and you’re just being pitched to.” Now it was his turn to pitch again. Dan, Swampy, and Damon kicked around ideas and crafted an outline. Pride for LOST aside, Damon felt it was important to laugh at himself. We think he succeeded in creating a character who embodied the negative effects of not revealing your master plan to people (Sound familiar, Lost fans?). Don’t worry, there’s a satisfying ending to this one.

You’ll be happy to see a familiar hatch appear in a very familiar backyard, as well as a hauntingly familiar voice. Terry O’Quinn (John Locke from LOST) voices a mysterious character. This episode has time travel, strange happenings, and polar bears (Dan and Swampy’s doing this time, not DHARMA’s). Even Buford continues the long line of LOST plot twists. It is definitely one episode Phineas and Ferb fans and LOST fans will watch over and over again to catch all the details.

Remember to set (and reset) your clocks for September 29 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT and watch the premiere of “Lost in Danville” on Disney XD.

18 September 2014 ·


"Lindelof not only helped create Hurley. He was our Hurley, sharing this slice of his mind one episode at a time. It’s the place he helped make so we could find each other, but also find part of ourselves. To pillory someone who gave us that opportunity doesn’t just make you a jerk. It demonstrates that you didn’t really watch the show. You spent so much time trying to solve it that you couldn’t enjoy it. You committed all the mistakes that the show’s characters did and yet learned none of the lessons they did. There will be no one waiting for you to move on. You will be lonelier than Ben outside the church. You won’t even be outside the church. You’ll be back on your own Island, whispering with your fellow discontented denizens about how Lindelof screwed you over and wasted six years of your life on something no one forced you to watch in the first place.
The thing is, we can’t hear those whispers anymore.
Hell, we can barely even hear your screaming.
We’ve moved on.
So should you.
Forgive Damon.
Forgive yourselves.
We’ll be here waiting when you do.”
— Ryan McGee - “Fans Need to Find the Fine Line Between Fandom and Fanaticism”

"Lindelof not only helped create Hurley. He was our Hurley, sharing this slice of his mind one episode at a time. It’s the place he helped make so we could find each other, but also find part of ourselves. To pillory someone who gave us that opportunity doesn’t just make you a jerk. It demonstrates that you didn’t really watch the show. You spent so much time trying to solve it that you couldn’t enjoy it. You committed all the mistakes that the show’s characters did and yet learned none of the lessons they did. There will be no one waiting for you to move on. You will be lonelier than Ben outside the church. You won’t even be outside the church. You’ll be back on your own Island, whispering with your fellow discontented denizens about how Lindelof screwed you over and wasted six years of your life on something no one forced you to watch in the first place.

The thing is, we can’t hear those whispers anymore.

Hell, we can barely even hear your screaming.

We’ve moved on.

So should you.

Forgive Damon.

Forgive yourselves.

We’ll be here waiting when you do.”

Ryan McGee - “Fans Need to Find the Fine Line Between Fandom and Fanaticism”

26 August 2014 ·

Update on the previously announced LOST-inspired episode of Phineas and Ferb… 
Phineas and Ferb is doing a LOST-themed episode — penned by Damon Lindelof. Terry O’Quinn, who played John Locke on the 2004-10 ABC drama, will voice Professor Mystery in the Phineas and Ferb episode “Lost In Danville,” which airs September 29.
A mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb’s back yard, and they struggle to open it — only to discover they have unleashed something they cannot control. Meanwhile, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where another evil scientist, Professor Mystery, has his own sinister plan. Jane Kaczmarek and Rob Morrow will voice capsule inhabitants Denise and Bernie. (Deadline)

Update on the previously announced LOST-inspired episode of Phineas and Ferb… 

Phineas and Ferb is doing a LOST-themed episode — penned by Damon Lindelof. Terry O’Quinn, who played John Locke on the 2004-10 ABC drama, will voice Professor Mystery in the Phineas and Ferb episode “Lost In Danville,” which airs September 29.

A mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb’s back yard, and they struggle to open it — only to discover they have unleashed something they cannot control. Meanwhile, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where another evil scientist, Professor Mystery, has his own sinister plan. Jane Kaczmarek and Rob Morrow will voice capsule inhabitants Denise and Bernie. (Deadline)

22 August 2014 ·

15 Behind-the-Scenes Facts About LOST
Some of the former cast, crew, and creative team were kind enough to share a few tidbits and photos from their experiences working on the show with mental_floss. 

15 Behind-the-Scenes Facts About LOST

Some of the former cast, crew, and creative team were kind enough to share a few tidbits and photos from their experiences working on the show with mental_floss. 

15 August 2014 ·

Disney Channel’s Phineas and Ferb will pay tribute to LOST this fall with a special episode inspired by the ABC drama. Titled “Lost in Danville,” the animated series’ homage will find the titular duo discovering a mysterious locked capsule in their backyard. (TVLine)

Disney Channel’s Phineas and Ferb will pay tribute to LOST this fall with a special episode inspired by the ABC drama. Titled “Lost in Danville,” the animated series’ homage will find the titular duo discovering a mysterious locked capsule in their backyard. (TVLine)

28 July 2014 ·

USA Network has picked up Colony, an alien occupation drama from Carlton Cuse (LOST, Bates Motel, The Strain) and Ryan Condal (Hercules).
Set in the near future, Colony finds Los Angeles in a state of occupation by paparazzi alien intruders. While some humans collaborate with (and thus benefit from) the new “regime,” others rebel and suffer the consequences. At the crux of the story is a family torn by the opposing ideologies.
“Colony is a gripping story that brilliantly weaves together an intense family drama in an authentic, yet unknown, world,” USA Network president Chris McCumber said in a statement. “We are pleased to be in business with Ryan Condal and Carlton Cuse, who is clearly one of the best in the industry when it comes to genre fiction.” (TVLine)

USA Network has picked up Colony, an alien occupation drama from Carlton Cuse (LOST, Bates Motel, The Strain) and Ryan Condal (Hercules).

Set in the near future, Colony finds Los Angeles in a state of occupation by paparazzi alien intruders. While some humans collaborate with (and thus benefit from) the new “regime,” others rebel and suffer the consequences. At the crux of the story is a family torn by the opposing ideologies.

Colony is a gripping story that brilliantly weaves together an intense family drama in an authentic, yet unknown, world,” USA Network president Chris McCumber said in a statement. “We are pleased to be in business with Ryan Condal and Carlton Cuse, who is clearly one of the best in the industry when it comes to genre fiction.” (TVLine)

28 July 2014 ·

Elizabeth Mitchell joins Once Upon a Time in mysterious Frozen role | EW
TV geek goddess Elizabeth Mitchell is coming to Storybrooke.
EW can exclusively reveal Mitchell has joined the cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time for a season 4 arc as part of the much-anticipated Frozen-inspired storyline. The move marks Mitchell’s return to ABC, where she became a fan favorite on LOST. Since then, she’s starred in ABC’s V and was most recently on NBC’s Revolution. Only this time, we hear Mitchell might be playing a villainous character.
Mitchell’s Once Upon role isn’t being revealed yet, but we’re told she is “possibly malevolent” with ties to royal Frozen sisters Anna (newcomer Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa (Fringe familiar Georgina Haig) as well as to Storybrooke and Arendell. The events in Once Upon are expected to take place after the events in last year’s animated Disney hit. Let the speculation begin!

Elizabeth Mitchell joins Once Upon a Time in mysterious Frozen role | EW

TV geek goddess Elizabeth Mitchell is coming to Storybrooke.

EW can exclusively reveal Mitchell has joined the cast of ABC’s Once Upon a Time for a season 4 arc as part of the much-anticipated Frozen-inspired storyline. The move marks Mitchell’s return to ABC, where she became a fan favorite on LOST. Since then, she’s starred in ABC’s V and was most recently on NBC’s Revolution. Only this time, we hear Mitchell might be playing a villainous character.

Mitchell’s Once Upon role isn’t being revealed yet, but we’re told she is “possibly malevolent” with ties to royal Frozen sisters Anna (newcomer Elizabeth Lail) and Elsa (Fringe familiar Georgina Haig) as well as to Storybrooke and Arendell. The events in Once Upon are expected to take place after the events in last year’s animated Disney hit. Let the speculation begin!

8 July 2014 ·

LOST reference on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.
"And now back to the season finale of Misplaced…"
Watch the clip here.

LOST reference on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.

"And now back to the season finale of Misplaced…"

Watch the clip here.

8 July 2014 ·

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