815 Giggles
Bonus Trivia - Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse
Damon
He is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
He is an avid fan of Star Wars, Star Trek and Steven King.
He used to play in a band called Petting Zoo.
He’s called himself a lifelong supporter of the Democratic Party.
He had one moment on screen in Lost, in the season 2 episode “?”. His hand played the role of Locke’s hand when flicking a light switch. 
In Through The Looking Glass, he voices the captain on Jack’s plane, apologizing for the turbulence.
At Comic-Con 2008, he called Exodus (season 1 finale) his favorite episode of those that he co-wrote, and Homecoming his least.
He has been married to Heidi Fugeman since May 2005.
Carlton
His real first name is Arthur; Carlton is his middle name.
He was born in Mexico City, but grew up in Boston and California.
He graduated from Harvard, with a degree in American History.
He’s a big fan of the Boston Red Sox.
He was the off-screen voice for the lottery show in Number that said “That’s right, Mary Jo, because this is the 16th week without a winner.” He also voiced the newsperson describing the car crash following Jack’s suicide attempt.
As of Comic Con 2008, his favorite episodes out of those he wrote was The Constant.

Bonus Trivia - Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse

Damon

  • He is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.
  • He is an avid fan of Star Wars, Star Trek and Steven King.
  • He used to play in a band called Petting Zoo.
  • He’s called himself a lifelong supporter of the Democratic Party.
  • He had one moment on screen in Lost, in the season 2 episode “?”. His hand played the role of Locke’s hand when flicking a light switch.
  • In Through The Looking Glass, he voices the captain on Jack’s plane, apologizing for the turbulence.
  • At Comic-Con 2008, he called Exodus (season 1 finale) his favorite episode of those that he co-wrote, and Homecoming his least.
  • He has been married to Heidi Fugeman since May 2005.

Carlton

  • His real first name is Arthur; Carlton is his middle name.
  • He was born in Mexico City, but grew up in Boston and California.
  • He graduated from Harvard, with a degree in American History.
  • He’s a big fan of the Boston Red Sox.
  • He was the off-screen voice for the lottery show in Number that said “That’s right, Mary Jo, because this is the 16th week without a winner.” He also voiced the newsperson describing the car crash following Jack’s suicide attempt.
  • As of Comic Con 2008, his favorite episodes out of those he wrote was The Constant.