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LOST finale extends to 5 hours - set your Dharma clock


LOST-inspired memorabilia.

Do you need a LOST gift for that special someone? Something that only a khaki jumpsuit-wearing, Mama Cass-listening, button pusher would appreciate? Then take a look at the Dharma Initiative Alarm Clock.

Holy hatch lights! ThinkGeek is hyping a gadget that’s conveniently programmable to go off only once every 24 hours –- rather than every 108 minutes -- and at a time convenient to you. But if you don't get the numbers right before the hieroglyphs appear, there's no guarantee of what might happen next.

Product features include two alarm settings: one-minute warning and electromagnetic cataclysm modes (or your normal wake-up time); 23-year warranty, natch; two AAA batteries, geodesic dome, and polar bear not included.

Share the fun with your friends, brutha, and set the clock for the LOST finale on Sunday, May 23.  It’s all LOST, all night. A two hour recap show (recently extended from one hour) will air from 7-9pm. Then, the finale itself will run from 9-11pm with reported record-breaking advertising revenue.  The Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to LOST special will then follow your local news from 11:35-12:35 EST.  Kimmel has been a high-profile fan of LOST from the beginning. Cast members Evangeline Lilly, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, Daniel Dae Kim, Elizabeth Mitchell, and others are slated to appear. Executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse – who have chosen to take some time off after the show ends and maintain “radio silence,” letting the finale speak for itself – will pre-tape a spot for the Kimmel special but will not appear live.


Your opinion counts: What are you doing for the LOST finale? Will you watch with a party of friends, or from the comfort of your own living room?

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