815 Giggles
Carlton Cuse: Ya know, doing time travel is a little like dating a beautiful girl. It's seems really attractive at first and really fun. And then, you discover that she's high-maintenance. Then, you discover that she's actually psychotic. But you can't extricate yourself from the relationship. It seemed really alluring at the beginning of the season; by the end of the season, phew - we just wanted to escape with our lives.
Damon Lindelof: Wouldn't it be great to call up that girl, and basically be like "hey, I've gotta break up with you." And she goes "what?!". And you go, "actually we've already broken up. And whatever happened, happened."


In many ways, Desmond is the guy that we identify with because he brought them to the island. So Penny represented our salvation too. The idea that there was a happy ending for this guy, so whenever we write Desmond episodes, there’s this real sense of identification. As much as we love Sawyer, I cannot identify with Sawyer in any way because he’s so much cooler than I am.

Damon Lindelof

(Source: The New York Times)



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.

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He’s talking about this - “The Lost Lebowski”

He’s talking about this - “The Lost Lebowski”


lostdogs20:

#LOST Damon

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#LOST Damon

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nottpennysboat:

I love this man.

nottpennysboat:

I love this man.

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