Do the producers of Lost know no bounds?
Will the “story” of the Lost Experience play out on every single media device and platform I own?
Is it possiblle for me to blog about anything else besides Lost?
Ok, so enough with the rhetorical, here’s the deal: Hugh McIntyre will appear on Jimmy Kimmel tonight.
You read correctly, just like Amazon’s interview with “author” Gary Troup, Hugh McIntyre of the Hanso Foundation will be a guest on Jimmy Kimmel’s show after the 2-hour Lost finale.
I don’t normally watch Jimmy Kimmel, despite the fact that I’m up late, but I’ll be TiVo-ing tonight’s episode.
God, am I the biggest sucker for Lost or what?
Ok, back here tonight after the finale for the recap.
[Via TV Squad]
UPDATE: Not minutes after I posted, I was listening to this week’s official Lost podcast and Damen Lindelof and Carlton Cuse mentioned the Hanso Foundation as if it were a real organization.
They cop to writing Bad Twin as a Lost tie-in, but they’re playing up the Hanso Foundation tv and newspaper ads and the PR push as actual, real-world events. They’re taking this alternate reality game, the Lost Experience, very seriously.
They also briefly mention filming mobisodes, for those who read my earlier post.
Dear Lord, there is enough Lost news that I seriously need to stop using the internet.
UPDATE III: The video is now on YouTube.