Top Moments of the Week: Octomom Laughs, Kourtney Delivers, Jack's a Daddy and More! - Featured

TV was all in the family this week. Damages ' Carol Tobin kept her dead father's secrets by killing his mistress. Brother cowboys Cord and Jet had fun with hats on The Amazing Race . Kourtney Kardashian gave the doctors a hand in the delivery of her son. Lost 's Jack has a son! And Octomon charmed the ladies of The View - and America - with a laugh as gentle and full-throated as a well-aged Cabernet. Welcome to Top Moments: Family Style Edition! 8. Best Introduction: On Damages , Carol Tobin (Ana Reeder) proves she's not afraid to kill to get what she wants. She poisons her father's mistress, Danielle Marchetti, silencing one of Patty's key witnesses. Sly, no doubt, but how long will it be before the cops realize the same poison killed Louis? 7. Best Use of a Bag: Cowboy hats need protection too. On The Amazing Race , cowboy Cord forgets to bring a hat protector, so he improvises, using a plastic bag to shield his trademark Stetson from the Chilean rain. (See this pic of Cord and brother Jet to understand the difference.) The bag comes in handy later when he uses it to carry eggs in the Roadblock, pushing his team to a first-place finish in the leg. 6. Best Case for a Lawsuit: Grow up, American Idol judges! Rather than observe and offer constructive criticism of hunky singer-songwriter Casey James' cover of "Heaven," the panel cracks jokes about Kara undressing Casey with her eyes while Kara mock-swoons, making sure she's the center of attention during his performance. To Read More Click Here .

Lost: One Answer, A Million Questions

The promos for the final season of Lost promise that questions will be answered. The problem with that claim is that for every question Lost answers, a million new ones pop up in its place. In "Lighthouse," fans learned that Jacob was able to control people's destinies by looking into his Magic Mirrors to see their lives. So, in one sense, the question was answered. But in another sense, nothing was answered. How do the Magic Mirrors work? Do they show the entire life of people, or just single moments such as Sun and Jin's wedding at the pagoda or Sawyer's parents' funeral at the church? Can Jacob see everyone, or just specific numbers on the wheel? As you can see, the answer comes with a bunch of new questions. What is Jack's purpose? Who is number 108, known on the wheel as Wallace, the person Jacob apparently wants to come to the Island? Is an answer really an answer if all it does is raise more questions? If the Island mysteries weren't enough, the flash sideways opened a can of worms for Lost theorists. What events are changed in the altverse? Why does Jack have a son? Why was Dogan at the conservatory? The altverse of season 6 doesn't provide any answers, it just raises a million new questions. Right now there are 13 episodes left for Lost, and at this rate, if the show answered one open question every minute of every episode without raising any new questions, they still wouldn't be able to address everything. Lost needs to focus on bringing the story to an end, not getting lost in detours and new paths that lead the show farther and farther away from a real answer. If your ads promise that questions will be answered, deliver what you promise. Otherwise, just like John Locke in the altverse, I may start to lose my faith that Lost will be able to give us a satisfying ending. Source Here

Lost Season 6, Episode 5: 'Lighthouse' Preview - Featured

In the last episode of " Lost ", Jin was in shock when learning that it was Claire who came out of the bush with rifle in her hand. She had shot Aldo and Justin to death in attempt to help Jin. It looks like next week's episode will still revolve around the blonde who is on the hunt to find her son. "Lighthouse" airs on February 23. As usual, ABC goes extra stingy in releasing details of the new episode as well as new footage. The glimpses show once again Jack smashing the glass hour and Kate pointing the gun to an unknown person behind her. On related news, Samm Levine who was last seen in theaters through "Inglourious Basterds", has snagged a spot on the drama but won't reveal what role he will play. "I am the smoke monster and I lift the whole - no! I'm just making stuff up!" he joked. He had flown to Hawaii where the shooting is taking place. The actor got the job for being creator Damon Lindelof's friend. He said, "Six years ago when [Lindelof] started the show I sat in his living room and watched the screener of the pilot months before it aired, and I went, 'Oh my God, this is the greatest show ever! When are you going to get me on this show?'. For six years he's been going, 'I'm going to write you something on the show'." Source Here