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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by betts4, Jan 8, 2010.
Another week is 7 more days.
I'm not like I'm going to watch Lost live anyway.
Ooh, that reminds me to set up a SP for Lost on my new TiVo HD.
If the SOTU is on 2/2 (which it won't be), ABC wouldn't air Lost that day at all. The premiere date needs all three hours of prime time, so they'd have to move it. So, we're not talking about an hour or two. It would probably be delayed another full week.
It's going to have to be a Wishlist for now. There is no Lost in the WPVI-DT guide data yet.
I know for me the difference between three hours of TV on 2/2 and three hours of TV on 2/9 could, potentially, be quite big. My wife is due to give birth on 2/6.
Why bother watching the first episode if you're going to miss the rest of the season?
I think I can manage an hour a week of TV time. 3 hours in a single week is going to be difficult. (Though, really it's only 2 hours of actual episode).
This is your first, then?
Heh. From what I hear (not having gone through that myself), the problem won't be finding an hour; it will be finding an hour when your brain is up to the challenge of understanding what you're watching. With bonus points for a show as complicated as Lost.
oh ya...that was pretty much the point.
When you finally find an hour, you're not gonna be good for much but plunking down in front of the tv. Problem is, you'll be watching Lost when your brain is suited for something more like an infomercial.
(1/2 joking btw)
Our local ABC affiliate shows LOST reruns late at night on the weekends (like 1am). And not even in order; they'll show an S1 episode followed by an S4 ep. Never made sense to me.
Nonetheless, one could use that to set an SP (FRO). I have no idea if other affiliates are showing LOST repeats.
Good luck on the kid!
Not here in Philly. For some reason, our ABC affiliate sticks the syndicated LOST reruns on one of its digital sub-channels.
SOTU is Wednesday, 1/27.
There's absolutely nothing I can say to top that so,