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Phineas and Ferb LOST Themed Episode To Air On September 29, 2014

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Disney Television Animation’s Emmy Award-winning animated series “Phineas and Ferb” pays homage to ABC’s hit series “LOST” with a special episode featuring story by “LOST” co-creator and writer Damon Lindelof and guest starring “LOST” fan-favorite Terry O’Quinn (John Locke), premiering Monday, September 29 (7:30 p.m., ET/PT) on DisneyXD.

The episode, titled “Lost in Danville,” also guest stars Jane Kaczmarek (“Malcolm in the Middle”) and Rob Morrow (“Numb3rs”).

In the episode, a mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb’s back yard and they struggle to open it, only to discover they have unleashed something they cannot control. Meanwhile, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where another evil scientist Professor Mystery has his own sinister plan.

Terry O’Quinn voices Professor Mystery, with Jane Kaczmarek and Rob Morrow as capsule inhabitants Denise and Bernie.

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Gallery 1988 To Release LOST Print By Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative At Paley Center For Media On March 16, 2014

For the 10th Anniversary of LOST event at the Paley Center For Media on March 16, 2014 Gallery 1998 enlisted Justin Erickson of Phantom City Creative to create the screen print. The poster will be for sale at the event, which is this Sunday at the Dolby Theater and tickets are still available:

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A large number of the cast, as well as Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse (maybe a Polar Bear?) and Paul Scheer, will be hosting.

Gallery 1988 will have 200 of the 24×18 inch print to sell, and they are $30 each. Whatever is left over from the event, will be up on their website the next day.

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LOST: The Complete Collection

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has announced LOST: The Complete Collection due on August 24th. This unique box set will retail for $229.99 and $279.99 on DVD and Blu-ray respectively.

NOTE: You can pre-order the set at Costco for $145 HERE.

LOST: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION – Contents

– Every Episode in the Series (Seasons 1 through 6)

– Over 30hrs of Season 1-6 Bonus materials (previously released materials from Season 1-5 and the all-new Season 6 bonus material)

– A unique series of featurettes that takes viewers on very personal tours of Oahu where the series was created, with key cast and crew as they reflect.

– Exploring the global phenomenon that is Lost, bonus showcases events ranging from the series cast and crew at San Diego’s famed Comic-Con convention to international voice recordings, local events and even fan parties, all of which helped make the show into a worldwide favorite.

– A closer look at some of the props with cast, writers and producers, exploring their significance, stories and emotional ties to the characters.

– Humorous yet emotional look at every character who died on the series

– 16 hilarious Lost “Slapdowns” featurettes showcasing celebrity Lost fans who confront Executive Producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse to ask press questions about the final season, including the Muppets and cast members Nestor Carbonell, Michael Emerson, Rebecca Mader and more.

The exciting collectible packaging also includes:  a Special Edition collectible ‘Senet’ Game as seen in Season Six, a custom LOST island replica, an exclusive episode guide, a collectible Ankh, and a black light penlight.

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LOST Loose Ends

Here are some final tidbits about the finale of LOST that you might find interesting:

– The LOST Opening and Close synch up nicely

– ABC says LOST’s final images of plane wreckage were “not part of the story

– The spin off that we all wish for

– Unanswered Lost Questions

– Movieline Attempts to Tie Up Almost 100 of Lost’s ‘Loose Ends’

LOST explained with Post-It Notes

– Michael Emerson on Lost Finale & Hurley Epilogue

– For those that missed the LOST Finale, it will air again on Saturday May 29th on ABC.

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LOST By The Numbers

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LOST “The End” Sneak Peeks

OK, you’ve invested 115 hours for this final episode that will be broadcast worldwide at the same time to avoid spoilers.

What will happen to heroic Jack, fugitive Kate, roguish Sawyer and lovable Hurley? Will The Man in Black/Locke smoke out our intrepid castaways?  What’s in Jacob’s bottle? What is the island really?

Hopefully all will be told on Sunday night. Until then, here is a small taste of the finale that everyone will be talking about on Monday.

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Best LOST Finale Party Invitation Ever

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Pick Up TV Guide’s LOST Tribute Issue This Week

TV Guide will release their LOST tribute issue this Thursday featuring articles and pictures that celebrate 6 seasons of the thought provoking series.  The unique cover is a photo mosaic filled with hundreds of images from the program.

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LOST “What They Died For” Sneak Peeks

As Locke plans a new strategy, Jack’s group searches for Desmond. The episode guest stars: Michelle Rodriguez (Ana-Lucia), Mira Furlan (Danielle Rousseau), Alan Dale (Charles Widmore), Tania Raymonde (Alex), Mark Pellegrino (Jacob), Dylan Minnette (David), Sheila Kelley (Zoe), Kenton Duty (Young Jacob), Wendy Pearson (Nurse Kondracki), Ashlee Kyker (student), Ernesto Lopez (LAPD cop).

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LOST Gets A Letter From George Lucas

At Thursday’s (May 13th) “LOST Live: The Final Celebration,” ABC Studios executive Barry Jossen read a letter from George Lucas to executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, congratulating the show on its run and offering some words of support.

Here’s the text of the letter:

“Congratulations on pulling off an amazing show. Don’t tell anyone … but when ‘Star Wars’ first came out, I didn’t know where it was going either. The trick is to pretend you’ve planned the whole thing out in advance. Throw in some father issues and references to other stories — let’s call them homages — and you’ve got a series.

In six seasons, you’ve managed to span both time and space, and I don’t think I’m alone in saying that I never saw what was around the corner. Now that it’s all coming to an end, it’s impressive to see how much was planned out in advance and how neatly you’ve wrapped up everything. You’ve created something really special. I’m sad that the series is ending, but I look forward to seeing what you two are going to do next.”

Afterward Lindelof said, “I just want to apologize to Mr. George Lucas for everything I said about the prequels …” — drawing one of many big laughs from the hugely appreciative crowd at UCLA’s Royce Hall.

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