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Okay. Let me get this straight. I spent 6 seasons watching Lost, patiently waiting for all to be revealed, only to discover that:
2) And this guy with the awesome, island-humidified Jheri Curl who we also thought was dead–not once, but twice–is also actually [SPOILER ALERT] really dead?
3) And this crazazy chick, who gave birth on the island during season 1, who we thought Continue reading The Lost Finale: Everyone’s Really Really Really, Like, For Seriously, Dead
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I realized as I was watching Lost‘s “previously on” at the start of last night’s episode that I’ve been suffering from TV-PTSD–that’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder brought on by something awful you’ve seen on TV that you actually and pathetically believe is real–the awful thing, of course, being Jin and Sun’s deaths in that sinking sub two weeks back.
Is anyone else still pissed that among Jin’s last words to Sun were “I won’t leave you” and then the final shot of them is their cold dead hands drifting away from–i.e. leaving–one another?
Did anyone else want Hurley or Jack to die instead, because they both fuckin’ bug?
Is anyone else worried about what’s going to happen to Ji Yeon, Jin and Sun’s baby daughter?
Like, is she going to an orphanage?
Or will Sun’s mean Hardass Asian Dad raise her?
Or, worse yet, will Katherine Heigl adopt her and raise her to become a Hollywood princess d-bag???
The show since has been as dead to me as Jin and Sun’s cold, parting hands, and in my Continue reading About Lost Night
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Name: Daniel Dae Kim aka DDK aka our Jen’s boyfriend
Occupation: Actor, Restaurant Owner
Hails from: Hawaii via Pennsylvania (via South Korea)
Known for: Making us quiver with love tingles. We like the way he votes, the way he eats, the way he drives (kidding), ooooooohlala obviously the way he looks–and of course, how brilliantly he acts. Praise be the person who finalized DDK’s deal as a principal in CBS’s Continue reading AMAZIAN OF THE WEEK! Daniel Dae Kim
Happy birthday to actor Ken Leung, who turns 40 today!
40? Seriously? Somebody card this guy! And may his mysterious gaze and signature smirk continue to woo us from our flat panel boob tubes, for years to come. We’ll never get enough!
We pray his character doesn’t get killed off by a smoke monster, or another hostile island dweller, or that diabolical Ben Linus, because Miles–along with Sawyer–kills us every time with his snarky, cynical, in-your-face ‘tude. It’s such a breath of fresh island air to finally see an Asian funny man on TV who doesn’t get laughs from being foreign, nerdy, and clueless!
On Wednesday, Lost star Naveen Andrews won sole custody of the son he fathered in 2005 with actress Elena Eustache when he was “on a break” from his current actress GF, Barbara Hershey. Eustache had accused Andrews of trying to poison their son and Hershey of practicing witchcraft. Once custody had been granted to Andrews, the actor’s lawyer asked the court to order a psychiatric evaluation of Eustache during the hearing (um, ya think?). Now, if only the court would order Andrews to do something about that greazy hot mess of hair he’s always working.
If y’all think this recent development in the 39 year-old, Indish (Indian-British) actor’s life is crazazy, try reading his bio on Wikipedia. Andrews has one other child, a 16 year-old, from a relationship he had with his high school math teacher that began when he was 16. Andrews clearly has a thing for Cougars, as Hershey is 21 years his senior. Also, the man who plays the biggest badass on the island is a recovering alcoholic and heroin addict, who has admitted to “collapsing” on jobs before getting clean. The last line in his Wikipedia bio notes that he “also plays guitars and sings.”
A man of many talents, obviously.
Awww, hell no.
JIN: I don’t know. It kinda looks like we’re still here.
SUN: Yeah, I know, but I feel like we’re not really here.
JIN: So we ARE in a time warp?
SUN: No, that’s not it. I mean, I’ve just been hearing a lot of things lately, like, “Where did that cute Korean couple go? I haven’t seen them around. They were just starting to make things work. What happened to them?” and I’m afraid that, uh–
SUN: I’m afraid we’ve become invisible.
JIN: Whoa. Like, this island has made us invisible? Just like it made my junk work and got you preggo?
We heard that you may have been hexed by the Lost cast’s curse of DUI busts last night. Hey! Don’t worry– we aren’t judging you. It happens to the best of us, and we’ve already written a list of other people/things to blame (let us know if you want to see it).
Anyway, next time you’re feeling too tipsy to drive, please PLEASE just call Jen. She and/or I will be happy to come pick you up and we’re only a 4-hour flight across the Pacific from your Hawaii set. There might have to be a night spent, or whatever, but we’ll discuss that when the time comes.
Diana (aka your girlfriend’s friend)
P.S. Please wear shirts less. Thanks.
Happy Birthday, your Holy Hotness. And thank you for bringing dignity and dimension to every role you play. When is Hollywood going to wake up to the fact that you’re a leading man? Until then, you’re MINE, I mean, uh, ours. We’re throwing you a party on Saturday at DISGRASIAN HQ with streamers, cake, and sex toys…I mean, presents.
McFarlane Toys has just released four more Lost action figures, for the characters Sawyer, Mr. Eko, and those hot Koreans, Sun and Jin Kwon.
(all of this dialogue takes place in Korean)
Jin: Sun! Sun! Run! The Others are coming!
Sun: Take a chill pill, Jin. I’m working on my base tan.
Jin: (winded) Base…wha? Sun, seriously. The Others are coming and they’re going to kill us. (beat) Uh, do you mind untying me?
Sun: Yes, but only because I really need you to rub some SPF on my back. Don’t want to burn my first day laying out!
Sun unties Jin’s hands from stick.
Jin: Sun, are you fucking deaf? I said the Others are coming. Like right now.
Sun: Jin. Dude. Ever notice how the Others are ALWAYS coming? I’m over it.
Jin: Yeah, I kinda know what you mean.
Sun: Be a dear and rub this lotion on my back. And don’t forget my neck and shoulders.
Jin rubs sunblock on Sun’s back.
Jin: Will you really teach me English this season so I don’t have to continue my life as a mute?
Sun: Yes, dear. Now don’t forget–neck and shoulders.
Click here if you always wanted Asian dolls as a kid.
Occupation: Actress and author
Known for: Playing Sun Kwon on ABC’s Lost, starring in Margaret Cho’s not-yet-seen short “Two Sisters,” hotness without ho-ness (even when posing for Arena and Stuff mags), and most recently, a memoir called “The World Is Your Drama,” about Kim’s struggles as a Korean thespiasian in Hollywood.
Click here if you read Korean and want to order the book. And then report back to us with all the good bits!