Lost, ‘The Marbled Rye’

Never let it be said that we’re not Lost completists on Unpopcult. In case anyone else was wondering what the Damon Lindelof/Carlton Cuse Twitter feud this week was all about, it was about this footage, an allegedly unshown scene from season 1 which would prove that they weren’t making it all up as they went along. It was unveiled at Comic-Con yesterday.

The full story (actually, the scene was shot a few weeks ago) is here.

Darlton, I love you. Don’t ever change.

EDIT: Brief reflections on The Marbled Rye. It clearly isn’t canon, but by its very existence it demonstrates that Lindelof/Cuse continue to treat Lost, its legacy, and its fans with respect and affection. No doubt they will do lots of other things separately and (we can hope) together. But they’re not running scared of Lost; they’re embracing it. Which is why they, in turn, continue to get all that love right back at them. This is the sort of thing that gets you boundless goodwill. (Props to Mark Pellegrino and Titus Welliver as well.)

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2 thoughts on “Lost, ‘The Marbled Rye’

  1. CJ Cregg July 23, 2011 / 5:05 pm

    Heh. Hilarious.

    For the record, I absolutely adored the finale, and I don’t care whether they were making it up as they went along or not – if they were, I’m even more impressed that they made it work. It was a great ride (although I do agree with Barry about the time travel ;-)), and I doubt there will be anything quite like it ever again. I love you too, Darlton.

  2. Capt. Harold Dobey July 24, 2011 / 11:00 am

    I LOLed. It’s a metaphor. LOL

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