Thursday, July 30, 2009

Technical Difficulties

Hey guys: I have to apologize; my blog posts for the next two eps won't be up until tomorrow. I'm so sorry... I'm out of town at the moment, and on another computer because I can't get the internet to work on mine, and I don't have the eps written up yet. I'll have them up by tomorrow. Sorry about that!

10 comments:

Katey said...

It's okay. Good luck with your internet. :)

Joan Crawford said...

Well, at least it gives me something Lost related to look forward to tomorrow! See you then!

Fred said...

Didn't you watch the film? That computer is not for communcations with the outside world. It's only for inputing numbers and playing Donkey Kong on it.

Writing is my Passion said...

Don't worry about it!

SonshineMusic said...

AHHHHHHH!!!!!! NO LOST FIX!? WHAT?!

::deep breath::

Okay, I'm calm. Sorry. I'll go watch an episode for next week to take the edge off until tomorrow :)

hahaha Fred!

humanebean said...

I'm gonna go ahead and guess that it isn't a Mac.

; ]

J.W. said...

Did Nikki just say she's on an other computer?

studiorose said...

That's perfect, actually, as I won't be able to watch the next two episodes until tomorrow. Hope you get your interwebs fixed soon.

Zari said...

We agree that the re-watch original schedule is great and we prefer it stays as is.

We didn’t join the series until the beginning of S3 but we were immediately hooked! But we didn’t really “get” LOST until we got “Finding LOST” and regularly began following this blog. We’ve been able to catch up by watching the SyFy re-runs broadcast in order over the past several months. (The S4 finale is currently airing.) Nikki’s books have been indispensable. We find that reading the chapter before viewing an episode helps us to concentrate on important points to understanding the plot- and time-lines. Now we don’t get quite as lost as when we first signed on, and can’t wait to finally getting LOST in S6. Also, Nikki’s “add-ons” of actor biographies and essays on historical figures and literary references in the series add immeasurably to appreciating – and not getting too hopelessly – Lost.

Zari said...

@Fred -- as Inspector Clouseau would say: "Guud one!" ;)