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Daily Archives: July 17, 2008
Charlie Pace: Flesh v. Spirit
In my last Lost write-up, I neglected to mention Charlie Pace. Charlie was the bass guitarist of the band, DriveShaft, and he makes sure everyone knows it, too! In the episode, “The Moth” (Season 1), we become a little more … Continue reading
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Lost and Star Trek: Voyager
So far, what I like about Lost is the same thing that I like about Star Trek: Voyager: most of the episodes concentrate on one specific character at a time, and that allows me to get to know each one … Continue reading
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My Very First Lost Write-Up
Jake asked me a while back why I don’t do any Lost write-ups. The reason was that I didn’t watch the show. It started in the days before I owned a television, so there’s a lot that I missed. And … Continue reading
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