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Emilie De Ravin’s interview with TV Guide Magazine about Claire returns

By lyly ford,

  Filed under: Lost Cast, Lost Spoilers
  Comments: 14


You’re playing a skewed version of Claire this season—much like Terry O’Quinn’s not-quite-Locke. What’s it like?
I come back in a unique fashion, so to speak, which creatively has been amazing. One of the things about doing a television show for six years is you’re playing that exact same character every day—whereas you really can’t get bored on Lost.

What’s your favorite part about being back?
The best has been scenes when we’re all together—like it was during the first season—which doesn’t happen a lot. Just hearing Naveen [Andrews, who plays Sayid] and Terry playing guitar in the jungle and hanging out in the middle of these beautiful banyan trees, swatting off mosquitoes…

We hear one of you Losties may turn out to have an extra-special connection to the island.
The ongoing question has been, “Why am I there, and what is my purpose?” This season brings out a lot of good and evil in people, with people being excited, nervous and scared when informed of their possible destinies.

What would you wish for Claire’s future?
I think Claire should be reunited with Aaron. That would be great. There has been so much theorizing about Aaron [being] the key to everything. I really don’t know, but I think there must be something special with him.

source : tv guide magazine

From TVFrenzy:

  • Whenever I hear the actors talk about being on the beach between takes, Naveen and his guitar invariably come up. He must be pretty damned good! 😀

  • Newton Scraw

    I really wish someone would proofread Lyly’s postings–or at least her headlines–before they are posted. This headline is ridiculous. It’s incredibly unprofessional.

    • I really, really wish people would offer helpful suggestions of how to improve, instead of looking like a total “d-bag” and complaining about it. 😉

      • dd

        lyly really doesn’t have a useful grasp of the English language. I always figured she was someone’s child trying to be helpful.

        • Newton Scraw

          It’s true, dd. I kind of wondered that as well. The weird thing, for me, is that despite the large number of comments people have made about how much it weakens the site, Doc has decided not to do anything about it.

      • Newton Scraw

        I wish people wouldn’t be hypocritical by doing the exact same thing they’re complaining about.

    • Cody

      is it just that you wish the “s” was at the end of “Claire” instead of “return”?

      is that what bothers you?

  • boonesghost

    English is her second language.

    • Argo

      The fact that English is her second language PROVES the point, not negates it. She NEEDS a proofreader–her posts are very difficult to read because they don’t follow the rules of English. As such, Doc or someone else should proof her work before it’s posted. Otherwise, this site ends up looking unprofessional.

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  • Zen Doogie

    I agree. Lyly Ford’s work is sometimes unreadable. Someone else needs to read it before it’s posted.

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