If not LOST, then what?

Once I have a few minutes of free time, this site will change slightly to become the “Things Scott Copperman wonders about LOST and other TV shows” site.

With LOST off the air and no post “new man in charge” content to wonder about, I’m going to diversify the focus of this site so that it can remain active and become much more so.

What shows will I wonder about? Well, FRINGE is one leading candidate. It’s my favorite show on TV right now. Beyond that, we’ll just have to wait and see.

Speaking of Fringe, I went through the whole Olivia in the alternate universe first half of the season expecting to see John Scott. How could John Scott not make some sort of appearance. He’s the reason our Olivia is with the Fringe Team, isn’t he?

Well, I hadn’t realized Mark Valley and Anna Torv were linked romantically off-air. And in early 2010, they divorced after a short marriage.

I’d like to think that he’d still come back to reprise his role, but I can’t say I really blame him or Anna if either would prefer not. I’m pretty sure I’d have a hard time in a similar situation.

Well, that’s what I’ve been wondering. More to come. Stay tuned, and watch for new episodes of ReThinking LOST to be released in early 2011 as well.

Scott Copperman

2 Responses to “If not LOST, then what?”

  1. david evans Says:

    The Mark Valley character did not return on Fringe because he is busy with his own show – Human Target. Not a bad show but certainly not nearly as good a Fringe.

    • David, thanks for the comment.

      Yeah, I know Mark Valley is on Human Target, and I can understand how there would be some scheduling issues… but it’s not uncommon for actors on one show to appear on others. Especially given the fact that both shows are on the same network. All they would’ve needed was 1 or 2 episodes for a mini-arc… and it could’ve been filmed on a condensed schedule to accommodate his needs. But you may be right, that may simply be the reason.

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