All hail 'Orange Is the New Black': Are the days of caring where 'Lost' is going over?

Yesterday was August 15, which doesn't mean a lot to many of you, but means it's "8/15 Day" for fans of "Lost." Eight and fifteen were two of the six Numbers that occupied a non-small part of that show's expansive mythology, making 8/15 simultaneously a time to celebrate that show's run and a fresh opportunity to state how Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are the hackiest hacks that ever hacked a hack.The Boob Tube Dude doesn't buy into the latter argument, as many of you whom have read my takes on "Lost" over the years, but the schism described above offers up a timely opportunity to articulate something that's been percolating in my brain for a while. "Lost" was the first show I covered extensively: not only did I write up reviews of every episode, but I spent three years writing four to six blog posts about the show a week. I analyzed hieroglyphics, scoured...


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