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Esquire Presents: The Locke, Hurley, and Sawyer Dialogue’pendiums

By docarzt,

  Filed under: Lost
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Esquire has released a trio of interesting articles on LOST.  Basically, it is every bit of dialogue from Locke, Hurley, and Sawyer spoken in season 5.  Want to have some fun?  Try stringing quotes together into your own block of conversation.  For instance:

Locke: “James, Juliet. Nice to see you.” (episode 2)

Sawyer: “Not everyone. Locke.” (episode 1)

Locke:  “Ahh. Uhh. Uhhh. Ahhh.” (episode 1)

Check out Locke, Hurley, and Sawyer, and the ‘Everything they said’ project at Unlikely words.

Source:  Esquire

From TVFrenzy:

  • The “Dude” Season 5 Recap:
    >>“Sayid! Woah. You OK? Dude, dude. Oh, man. I thought this was supposed to be a safe house. We never should have left that island.”
    >>“I don’t think we should lie, dude.”
    >>“No way, dude. Sayid warned me about you.”
    >>“Dude, I’m totally cool. I’m in L.A. County lockup. Oh, and tell Sayid I did exactly what he said. I’m totally safe. Ben’s never gonna get me now. Thanks, dude.”
    >>“Dude, you might wanna fasten your seat belt.”
    >>“Dude, your English is awesome.”
    >>“”Back to the Future,” man. We came back in time to the island and changed stuff. So if little Ben dies, he’ll never grow up to be big Ben, who’s the one who made us come back here in the first place. Which means we can’t be here. And therefore, dude? We don’t exist.”
    >>“Are you kidding me? How weird is it that your dad is that dude from all those movies? Only back then, he was called Marvin Candle. Was that, like, a stage name?”
    >>“Alright, dude, we’re from the future. Sorry.”
    >>“Who are you, dude?”
    “Wait! You forgot your guitar.”

    >>“Don’t worry, dude. Everything’ll be fine when Jack changes the future, or the past. One of those.”

  • This is really funny and cool, but why do mainstream writers who don’t follow the show as religiously as most of us write about how this is J.J. Abrams show? He hasn’t been anything more than a figurehead on the opening credits since the middle of season 1. I recognize that Darlton do get tons of press and that I’m being nitpicky here, but this is “ESQUIRE,” not some low-end, low-circulation publication. They should do some fact checking at least.

    Thankfully, though, their error is not on par with the error the NY Times entertainment writer made after the Golden Globes when she questioned Michael C. Hall’s (Dexter) skull cap without realizing the man has cancer.

  • gucci ???