Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse's Last Hurrah

Lost executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse read the Late Show Top 10 list last night. Guess what it was about?

... And Sarah Silverman interviewed them, because why not?

Kids making fun of dumb adult stuff is funny.

An artist who was offered the chance to decorate a 22-foot-long blackboard wall used the opportunity to honor Bart Simpson.

Apparently Joshua Jackson is totally down for a Fringe-Vampire Diaries crossover. Please, no.

Wait, Sarah Jessica Parker didn't want to talk about SATC2 in this interview? Is she wearing Payless shoes? What's wrong with her?

Aw, it's a Star Trek reunion! Cute!


... George Lopez totally has a man-crush on The Good Wife's Chris Noth. I don't blame him.

... Ever wonder what American Idols actually earn? Now you know.

... Modern Family really delivered some zingers in its first season. Here are some of the best.

... What won't you miss about Lost?

... io9 got to interview Doctor Who's Steven Moffat. Exciting!

... Remember that awesome SNL skit with all the sports talk and the awesome accents? It's making a mini-comeback at Chicago's "Just for Laughs" festival.

... Glee's Harry Shum Jr. speaks! Well, at least in this interview.

... Oh, and the Glee pianist? He's completely fine with being in the background.

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May 21, 2010
Are you kidding? I will miss everything about Lost!!
May 20, 2010
I cannot explain how much I'm going to miss this show - it's honestly tearing me up that it will be over on Sunday. As far as I'm concerned, Damon and Carlton should receive an Emmy this year for the cumulative work they've done on the show. Everything about it will be missed - the written, the clues, the searching, the characters, and most of all, the intelligence of the show. I don't think there's anything close to it that asks you to ask so many questions or ties in so many cultural and literary references to play along with its viewers. It's truly a huge accomplishment. I'm honestly mesmerized by the amount of work that had to go into this show - the historical and literary connections alone are mind blowing. http://thesmogger.com/2010/05/20/looking-at-lost-the-literary-connections/