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Old 01-31-2008, 12:15 PM   #76
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Well, I did find them amusing at the end...but at the beginning, they kept on distracting me.

Yay, tonight!
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TONITE BITCHES...!!!WOOT!

Sunday for moi!!!

Also gonna try to stay out of this thread before I actually see the upcoming episodes.
So spoiler alerts would be helpful if possible, just incase
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Old 01-31-2008, 12:41 PM   #78
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If I were you, I wouldn't even go near this thread, because after tonight, EVERY post will be about the new episode.
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Old 01-31-2008, 12:54 PM   #79
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Was I the only one that hated those comments at the bottom of the screen?
I liked them, actually.....would not want that for every episode, but for one I'd seen already, as an "enhancement", I felt it worked.

That episode was just as good, to me, last night as it was upon the first viewing.
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I could watch Sayid snap that dude's neck with his legs over and over, and it would never get old.
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I didn't even know it was repeated last night, and at the same time it was on, I was watching the original airing on my DVR.

And speaking of which, I always watch Lost on the DVR. I don't recall another show with more commercial interruptions than this one. If Lost is on at 9, I can set it up on the DVR, start watching at 9:20, zip through the commercials, and still be done by 10.

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Lost does have a lot of commercial breaks, but I hardly mind because the show is so well paced and written with the television structure in mind, that every commercial break feels organic and even necessary. Just another area in which Lost completely wipes the floor with just about anything else on network television.
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I didn't even know it was repeated last night, and at the same time it was on, I was watching the original airing on my DVR.

And speaking of which, I always watch Lost on the DVR. I don't recall another show with more commercial interruptions than this one. If Lost is on at 9, I can set it up on the DVR, start watching at 9:20, zip through the commercials, and still be done by 10.

That's about right, though. Most hour shows have 44:00 of content. Lost might have 42:00.
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That's about right, though. Most hour shows have 44:00 of content. Lost might have 42:00.
Most hourlong shows have about 42 minutes. Lost has about that much. Unless you count the closing credits. Then most shows have 43 minutes.
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I think it's like 42 minutes 10 seconds
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Lost does have a lot of commercial breaks, but I hardly mind because the show is so well paced and written with the television structure in mind, that every commercial break feels organic and even necessary. Just another area in which Lost completely wipes the floor with just about anything else on network television.

This is more true when you're watching with a group of people (which I'm usually doing back home). That way everyone gets to go "Ooooohhh shit!!!" after a cool segment is over, and talk about theories before the show comes back.

If you're by yourself...kind of just want to get to the next scene. However, waiting that extra view hours to download it just isn't worth it, because I must see it LIVE.
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That's about right, though. Most hour shows have 44:00 of content. Lost might have 42:00.
Perhaps it is the frequency of the commercials then. They might be shorter, but they occur more. I hate that.
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Most hourlong shows have about 42 minutes.
Not in my world, actually.
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I think it is 2 hours tonight!
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