Nada Surf, BtVS, Lost, Goonies, Friends, BSG, LOTR, Motion City Soundtrack, Almost Famous, Dollhouse, Better Than Ezra, the Boston Red Sox, Grey’s Anatomy, Arrested Development, Doctor Who, Garden State, Ryan Adams, Band of Horses, The Departed, Wet Hot American Summer, 30 Rock, Community, FNL, Fringe, SatC, The Killers, The Beatles, Donnie Darko, The Cardigans, Never Been Kissed, Firefly, the New England Patriots, Shaun of the Dead, VMars, The West Wing, Parenthood, HIMYM, the Atlanta Braves, Top Chef, Band of Brothers, Cougar Town, Project Runway, the Vampire Diaries.
Open your eyes now, it’s time to leave
I still cannot believe there are people who didn’t understand or didn’t like the way this show ended. It’s like they didn’t understand anything about the show at all.
You’re inside a hatch. It’s, er… a room full of equipment. There’s a blinking yellow light above a switch. You flick the switch… light goes off… and then you drown.
Why am I reblogging this? It’s literally one of the saddest things I’ve ever seen on film.
John Locke was my favorite character from the moment he smiled with that orange slice in his mouth in the pilot, all the way until the very last episode. He was an amazingly soulful character, in a way that I don’t know that we’d seen before, or may ever see again.
From CultofMac.com: “Watching the new WWDC 2012 developer video ‘Introducing Passbook, Part 1,’ we couldn’t help but notice that about three minutes in, one of the example passes Apple uses to show off Passbook’s functionality is for a ticket on Oceanic Flight 815 from Sydney to Los Angeles.”
I love nerds. Love.
You are a hero, sir. And don’t let anyone ever tell you differently.
If you say live together, die alone to me Jack, I’m gonna punch you in your face.