'Lost': Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and cast celebrate the series finale with comedy
Huebel and Scheer, playing ABC network executives, tried to convince Cuse and Lindelof to keep "Lost" going a little longer. After taking a second to mull it over, Cuse replied, "No, there's no f***ing way."
Richard Alpert (Nestor Carbonell) then appeared, giving us a first-hand look at a meeting with the Others, during which, he was asked questions such as "Who's been stealing all my anti-wrinkle cream? Is it you?" -- you know, 'cause he's so old -- "Are you wearing eyeliner?" and "Like, what's our deal? I mean, I know we hide and kidnap people, but..." Alpert was not amused.
We then traveled back in time to watch Al Pacino's (Titus Welliver doing a spot-on Pacino impression) "Lost" audition for the "Man In Black" part. When the suits told him they'd let him know, because they had a few other actors to see, he got very defensive. Immediately assuming Robert De Niro was coming in, he announced "... because Bobby's fat, you know?"
Ethan (Mapother) stopped by to reenact the "Who isn't on this Oceanic flight manifesto?" scene, showing us how it actually went down. Let's just say Jack and/or Hurley might've gotten raped.
Adam Scott of "Party Down" and "Parks and Recreation" reenacted his audition for Sawyer six years ago. The scene he read involved Claire and there was a lot of nickname ad-libbing that may or may not be considered offensive to women... and Australians... and humanity.
Of course, there was also Daniel Faraday (Chris Hardwick, "Web Soup," "Singled Out") doing stand up for the first time. FYI, he too wonders why he's the only American-sounding child in an all-British family.
Writer-producers Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz -- whom Topher Grace ("That '70s Show"), evidently a huge "Lost" fan, walked over to meet just before the show began -- also hung out, answering some burning fan questions and telling a few secrets about the show. Before beginning, Kitsis spotted Damon and Carlton sitting in the audience and said, "Maybe you're not cool with this, but f*** you, we don't work for you anymore."
But the two that really came with the spoilers were these clowns. Yes, one is wearing a Sheldon Cooper "Bazinga" t-shirt and the other is sporting David Boreanaz as "Angel" (and no pants).
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