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Posted: February 19th, 2008
Lostpedia Lost is one of those TV series that you either love or hate. Those who hate it tend to cite the frustrating ability for each episode to ask more questions than it answers, and to complicate an already complex plot even further. Those who love it tend to cite the intriguing ability for each episode to ask more questions than it answers and to add fascinating twists to a wonderfully interwoven plot. You get the point.

If you fall into the first category, you might as well stop reading now.

On the other hand, if, like oozle.net, you're a fan of the show and eagerly look forward to each new episode, your first point of call (after you've watched it!) should be to the excellent - yet slightly worrying - Lostpedia.

We say excellent, because though it contains an extraordinary amount of detail to help you unravel even the smallest details of each episode, it never really threatens to spoil the surprise. This is for two reasons. Firstly, the show airs on this side of the Atlantic just days after it airs in the US, so the site is up to date, but never more than an episode ahead, so all content is fresh. Secondly, because it comprises fan's assumptions, investigations and theories, but is not an official site, there's no real risk of spoiling future plot lines and ruining surprises that may lie in store.

We say slightly worrying because it's a little scary how much time some contributors must spend working on their theories, with evidence deduced by frame-by-frame analysis of key scenes, cross referencing character names with literary figures, and zooming in on freeze-framed shots to decipher blurry background detail.

Even so, it all makes for good fun for fans of the show, and you will definitely learn something you didn't know but could have figured out (had you been bothered!).

For instance, bet you didn't know that in the most recent episode (February 18th on RTE 2) it is Christmas Eve on the island!

Visit Lostpedia here but remember to steer clear from Thursday to Sunday (if you're a Sky One fan) or Monday (if you're an RTE 2 fan).





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