Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Lost Wednesdays - Season 4 Wrap Up

Lost may be over for the foreseeable future, but I figured we weren’t too far removed from its Season 4 finale that The Blot Says… couldn’t have one last Lost Wednesdays entry. I thought I’d bring it to everyone’s attention that “despite its lowest-rated finale to date, off 17% from last year,” the Lost's two-hour season finale was not only the highest rated show on Thursday, May 29th, but it was also the highest rated show of the week (for the week ending June 1st). (link)

Lost: The Complete Fourth Season DVD Box Set
Lost ended its fourth season with 12.3 million viewers (a 4.9 rating) and a 13 share in the adults 18-49 demographic. (link) While not the best ratings ever, especially considering most shows on network television had already ended their seasons, Lost still won the week for the first time in a very long time.

If you’re looking for a quick, easy to read Season 4 review, head over to TV and check Erin Martell’s “Lost Season Four Highlights” and “Lost Season Four Letdowns.” Martell’s two posts definitely hit all of the season’s highs and lows, and I particularly liked her review of Michael Emerson’s performance as Benjamin Linus this season.

Banyon Garcia Banyon by Dominic Monaghan
Also, if you’re like me and always searching for another great blog to start reading, may I direct you to Dispatches from the Island. It’s the personal blog of Lost’s very own Jorge Garcia (a.k.a. Hurley). If you love Lost then you’ll really love the pictures Garcia posts on a regular basis from his every day life and from the set of Lost.

And lastly, if you were still trying to figure out what Sawyer whispered to Kate in the helicopter before he jumped out and swam back to the island, here is a video of what seems to be a pretty accurate deciphering of his secretive mumbling (Although be aware that upon further review the first line of subtitles seems to be wrong and Sawyer actually says, “I have a daughter in Albuquerque.”):

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