Humor: Previously on Lost – What?

A 2:10 min compilation of what seems to be the most important scenes from a TV sequel called “Lost” – no wonder if they only use one word. What?

BTW – who’s going do the more appropriate Where? version…




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Jules says: “…Say What One More Goddamn Time!”
…there’s no pulp in that fiction…

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