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Lost 3×02 Ratings

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The No. 1 TV program of the night in Adults 18-49 for the second week in a row, ABC’s “Lost” won the 9 o’clock hour in Total Viewers (16.7 million) and Adults 18-49 (6.7/17). Among Adults 18-49, “Lost” (6.7/17) beat out second-place CBS’ “Criminal Minds” by 52% (4.4/11) and third-place NBC’s “Biggest Loser” by 123% (3.0/8).

Lost” qualified as Wednesday’s No. 1 TV program across the key adult demo
5.6/16, AD18-49 – 6.7/17 and AD25-54 – 7.4/17) and among Teens 12-17 (4.2/14).

Compared to where it ended last season, “Lost” was up in viewers and young adults (2006 May Sweep = 15.7 million viewers & 6.6/15 in Adults 18-49). In fact, excepting last week’s season opener and the season finale in May, “Lost” attracted its largest audience since February and its second-highest Adult 18-49 number since April – since 2/15/06 and 4/5/06, respectively.

Source: ABC


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EW’s Lost Theories

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season 3 photoshoot puple tshirt elizabeth mitchell.jpg3. WHAT’S WITH JULIET’S MUST LIST?

ANALYSIS Being the geeky Romeos that we are, we’ve become immediately smitten with Juliet, Lost’s Stephen King-reading, Petula Clark-grooving new Other. But when we began to dissect her Must List for Big Theory clues, we began to worry for the melancholy tropical suburbanite. Take ”Downtown,” Clark’s 1964 smash, which begins: ”When you’re alone and life is making you lonely you can always go… downtown!” But without a hipster party zone on the island that we know of, one wonders if Juliet might consider chasing her blues away by following the tragic example of her Shakespearean namesake. Things get more foreboding when you scrutinize the ”Downtown” sequence and see that the Clark disc was tucked inside the case for Talking Heads’ Speaking in Tongues, which features ”Burning Down The House.” The strange musical pairing becomes downright chilling when you pause, squint, and see that Juliet’s ”favorite book” is King’s Carrie, which ends with the pig blood-drenched telekinetic teen not just burning down the gym (and incinerating her cruel classmates), but also burning down her house (and killing her abusive religious mother), then burning down the roadhouse bar where her miserable mutant life was conceived. (If this is Juliet’s ”favorite book,” I wonder what the rest of her top ten looks like.)

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LOST | Speculation About Juliet

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season 3 photoshoot puple tshirt elizabeth mitchell (3).jpgViewers find more ‘Lost’ clues

Even though last week’s season premiere of Lost (tonight, 9 ET/PT, ABC) focused on Jack, Kate, Sawyer and The Others, fans on USATODAY.com’s Pop Candy jumped right back in with clues and questions:

• Is Jack’s new love interest, Juliet, the ex-wife of “Henry Gale,” whose real name we discovered last week is Ben?

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Review | ‘Lost’ Has Puzzling Season Premiere

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season 3 photoshoot puple tshirt elizabeth mitchell (3).jpg“Lost” settled a few questions _ sort of _ while posing many more on the premiere of its third season Wednesday. While the ABC mystical adventure series focused on three members (Jack, Kate and Sawyer) of the stranded community, the rest of the group (many unaccounted for after last season’s finale) were unseen and unaddressed during the hour.

The episode began at the compound of the Others _ a normal-looking collection of homes in a clearing in the middle of the jungle. During a book club meeting, of all things, the participants experienced what seemed to be an earthquake and then watched Oceanic flight 815 descend overhead with a thunderous roar. The plane broke up before crashing elsewhere on the mysterious island. It was a flashback to the pivotal event that had launched the series.

Back to the present: After being taken prisoner in the last episode, Jack (Matthew Fox), Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Kate (Evangeline Lilly) awoke separately, each in a different type of captivity.

Kate was taken to a meeting with the Other who had gone by the name of Henry Gale (Michael Emerson). He handcuffed her but also served her a nice breakfast.

“Kate, the next two weeks are going to be very unpleasant,” he said evenly.

Meanwhile, a young man held captive across from Sawyer managed to pick his own lock, then open Sawyer’s cell. As an alarm announced “Subject Escaped,” Sawyer took off. He was quickly recaptured.

A lovely member of the Others (new cast member Elizabeth Mitchell) approached Jack in his cell. Growing more and more agitated, Jack sparred with the calm, comforting Juliet.

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