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Posted by Matthew Gilbert  September 23, 2009 01:54 PM

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3 comments so far...
  1. Matthew and Joanna - Unfortunately, I will be unable to make tomorrow's chat but I have a question that has been lingering and bothering me so I thought I would shoot you a note and get your two cents and then if you do cover it, I would be able to see it in the transcript which I always read when I miss a chat. Thanks for doing them btw, they are alot of fun.

    What are your thoughts/feelings on both Penny and Juliette from Lost (and Charlie too?) being on the new shows prior to the last season of Lost. I understand that Lost is coming to an end and these actors need jobs but I feel it kind of dilutes the strength of their Lost characters and cannibalizes the show for us die hard fans. Agree?

    Oh, too, another thought....the demented Oil guy on Survivor has to be a plant. Has the show jumped the shark?

    Please let me know your thoughts on Lost. Thanks !

    Posted by Jason is a Riot September 23, 09 09:22 PM
  1. Good Morning! Thoughts on NPH as host of Emmys?

    Posted by boredwithnetworktv September 24, 09 11:11 AM
  1. Do you guys hear about movie theaters showing TV shows on the big screen? CinemaSalem in Salem is showing GLEE for free each week and audiences love it: 1) the big screen and 2) watching with a bunch of fans. We started with the whole season of LOST last year and the audience grew to more than 100 each week. We're curious to see how many will come to see FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS starting Oct 28, since that semi-popular show is only available by satellite until next summer.

    Have you heard of these sort of events elsewhere?

    Posted by PVN September 24, 09 11:17 AM
 

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