Tuesday, January 22, 2008

whoa.


So apparently I've been living under a rock by not climbing on the Lost train until now. Husband's brother gave him all three seasons for his birthday, and if you're wondering if we watched TWELVE EPISODES this weekend, the answer is yes.

10 comments:

supalinds said...

I have heard it is really good, I'll have to check it out!!!!

Ashley is Blogalicious! said...

Oh my gosh. I did the same thing. MY ROOMMATE introduced me and I watched the whole first season in 3 weeks. I feel a little ashamed. I'm on the 3rd episode of the 2nd season, but I'm planning on toning it down. We should have a lost party.

Andrew said...

We've got to get through 2 and 1/2 seasons before january 31, when season 4 premieres.

C+K said...

whoa is right. I was beginning to wonder what your weekend was like. Betcha can't wait for this upcoming weekend..

C+K said...

PS. I, admittedly, have also never climbed on board with the Lost series, however, if Chris and I are feeling the grand urge to do so, we for certain know where to come ..thank you anthony.

snittymagee said...

Um, well when you can admit you watched a single season in one day you will be caught up to Sister Get-a-freaking-life-Snitty. Except my drug of choice would be Alias. Dang that white girl kicks butt!

Anonymous said...

I would hide in the other room when my husband would watch Lost. Then I would make him tell me everything that happened. Eventually I started watching through my fingers as I was covering my eyes. Hurray up and watch them all, third season is the BEST!

the hub said...

I think you owe it to your readers to update this post and mention that we watched 3 more episodes last night.

TGUSHM said...

Best show bar none. Have been watching since Day 1. We have LOST parties at my house. GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO season 4.

Sam said...

Um ... My question is how does one stop watching this show??? I started b/c HD is streamed over "the internets" (a vast, Gordian mess of pipes, if I understand it right), but its sorta interfering with my whole Legal, Research, and Writing "thing." I think it's a "trial" brief. Which means, if you don't get it right the first time, that's okay. At my law school they give an A for effort... Well they don't, but it'd be nice. So I've made it to season 2. And I feel I need to go further.