Thursday, January 31, 2008

Lost Again

Tonight was the premiere of Lost. Weirdly enough, I wasn't overly anticipating it throughout the day. But I was glad when it was time to start and the Lost Clubbers arrived. My excitement rose as the opening credits began but the episode didn't move my world, so to speak. It probably didn't help that I read rave reviews about it beforehand, so my hopes were high--a bit too high. Sigh.

A neighbor lady stopped by before it began needing to borrow something and asked if it was someone's birthday. I explained that we were watching the show Lost together. She exclaimed that she loved Lost (Who couldn't? Besides you, Kyle) so I invited her to stay. She didn't take me up on my offer. Of course, we might have scared her with our over-enthusiastic enthusiasm. But it just goes to show you never know who the Lost are around you. Wink. Okay, it's a lousy pun. But I'm compelled to make them with a name like that.


The Elementary Writing Chef said...

Hey girl...just checking in with some of my favorite are right! Lost was pretty uneventful...kind of disappointing...I ended up switching the channel to the apprentice since Lost couldn't hold my attention. What is going on with you lately? Sure would love to see you and visit for more than a passing moment..if you know what I mean.

Bttrfly1976 said...

Man, I figured you were stoked that Lost was back. Sorry for the let down, but I keep trying to tell you that Lost is just not the greatest show on television. Of course right now there is nothing on television, so oh well!

Soja Rinn said...

Lost was good...for the entire first season, especially on DVD. we bought season 2 on dvd but didnt make it 1/2 way through, and without reruns, i guess we gave up. there's too many plot twists and new characters to keep track of. the most in-depth TV we do is 30 Rock, The Office, & Earl