First Lost episode written by Brian K Vaughan

“Y: The Last Man” creator Brian K Vaughan who recently joined the Lost writing team reports that tomorrow’s Desmond-centric Lost episode is the first episode of Lost which he has co-written:

I’m lucky enough to be sitting in a treehouse in Kaikoura, New Zealand, but wanted to jump online to plug this week’s episode. While you may detect some annoying Vaughanisms throughout, my good buddy and co-writer Jeff Pinkner did most of the heavy lifting on this important script, so any parts of our Desmond-centric show you hate are most likely my fault. As I said last week, I wish I could take credit for one-tenth of the cool stuff people are attributing to me, but every episode of Lost is a group effort, so I’m grateful to Damon and everyone else on staff for their insanely hard work on this one. I’m really proud of the final result, lest you think I fled the country in shame…

Brian has been credited as executive story editor since the episode “Par Avion”, but it will be interesting to see his first episode as a writer.

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4 Responses to First Lost episode written by Brian K Vaughan

  1. Bizzy says:

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  2. joe says:

    bizzy: try ‘the tail section’ or any of the other lost sites out there. i come here specifically for discussion about the writers, the producers, and the craft of the show.

  3. Bizzy says:

    joe: reread this the post. Nothing is being said. It’s a oh you’re great, no they’re great schmooze-fest.

    It’s funny that there’s nothing worthwhile to post about the actual show–but, oh those executive editors!

    I’d like to ask this guy why don’t they end the series already. Hey, why not drag out that fuselage they have in storage one more time and have a new Paulikki show up so that they can be killed off in two episodes? Stay tuned for exciting new revelations. Not!

  4. Meg says:

    [quote comment=”51283″]joe: reread this the post. Nothing is being said. It’s a oh you’re great, no they’re great schmooze-fest.

    It’s funny that there’s nothing worthwhile to post about the actual show–but, oh those executive editors!

    I’d like to ask this guy why don’t they end the series already. Hey, why not drag out that fuselage they have in storage one more time and have a new Paulikki show up so that they can be killed off in two episodes? Stay tuned for exciting new revelations. Not![/quote]
    Then why the hell are you on this site? You obviously don’t care for the show anymore. I think you’d be doing us all a favor by just going away.

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