Posted by docarzt on Monday, July 27th, 2009 at 2:00 pm - filed under Lost - (26) Comments
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Here is the Comic Con panel with all promos, skits, and so on. The Mysteries of the Universe and Lost University videos are attached separately since they are available online and in high quality.

UPDATE:  Okay, so there are… as it turns out… a few seconds missing, but I’ll keep plugging in pieces as I think of them.


26 Responses to “The Comic Con Panel – Unedited! Every. Last. Second.”


  1. lyly ford says:

    kudos doc and jo ! thanks guys you rock !

  2. Leon says:

    Thanks but could you perhaps add downloadable links too? I can’t view youtube videos cause it’s blocked in my country.

  3. Henry Holland says:

    Nice to see Gerald DeGroot again in the LOST University clip, I was pretty sure they were going to forget about him.

  4. Kevin T says:

    If this was truly “every last second” you’d have the opening Lost Season 6 sequence and the Season 6 promo that used Muse as the music that both played before Darlton came on. But thanks for posting the other videos that I didn’t feel comfortable posting.

  5. Etalyx says:

    Anyone start trying to figure out why the chicken meal in the Hurley video is $4.42? Or has that already been figured out?
    Could it be significant at all? With Lost, no number is too insignificant :D

    • docarzt says:

      Just LOST numbers….. 4 8 15 16 23 42. Beginning and end digits as well…

      • Mirko says:

        It’s – as you say – not only the LOST numbers but also their very first and last one. At least for me, that is a (more or less subtle) hint to the nature of the last season, following the model of Season 1!

        I think, I can also tell what the similarity is going to be, connecting the hints that the Hurley chicken video gives us. He’s talking about a dream of chicken that he had (in the outback). He has had a dream of chicken on-show, do you remember? It was in 2.04 “Everybody hates Hugo”, when he had to manage the food supplies down the hatch. In the beginning of the episode, he dreams about eating some peace of meat similar to the one presented in the current video, shortly after that an employee of Mr.Clucks appears in a chicken costume next to an english speaking Jin, who says: Everything is going to change, Hugo. Everything is going to change!

        Also interesting to mention: the dream begins with a spinning turn table. It’s the music of the story that is going to change once more. That’s no more surprising since Darlton told us so in the panel but still, that’s the core message of the Hurley chicken video. Everything is going to change = the movement of the story is gonna be as unpredictible as it was back in the days of Season 1.

  6. Hipster Doofus says:

    For those who want to skip to the stuff they haven’t seen yet on the net, the lost fan creations stuff is at about 1:45 in part 1, and the lost theme song with the commercials starts at about 7:15 in part 2.

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  8. spinflip says:

    Haha, they practically gave away that there will be no timeline change:
    – Is there a chance that Faraday is still alive?
    – No, he was pretty dead.
    – But if the timeline is changed, he surely will be alive again?
    – Oh, right. Of course.

    • Cutter XXIII says:

      That’s hilarious, considering I’ve seen at least one panel recap whose translation of that exchange goes like this:

      “Faraday will be back!”

      Funny. :)

  9. andres says:

    So, has the ARG already started? I mean, the Lost University is an obvious set up, and the screen shots they give are clearly interfaces.
    Also, anybody figure our what’s the interruption of the Mysteries of the Universe at 1:21?

  10. ghanima says:

    If you are looking for a version of the winning theme song that is a little clearer, you can find it on the winning team’s myspace page,http://www.myspace.com/randomgibberish . I couldn’t make out the lyrics to the second half from the video- mostly due to the audience excitement when Locke appeared. Understandable.

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