More About Mrs. Hawking And Abaddon Returns

Earlier today EW’s Ausiello reported that Ms. Hawking will be returning this season and has a connection with another Lostie not named Desmond. Of course many of you have speculated at the potential options. Well he has now come back to say Hawking’s connection is that she is “related” to this Lostie. My guess is Charlotte or maybe Faraday!?

Ausiello also posted some casting isu which we already have posted and confirmed that Lance Reddick was filming an episode this past week (most likely Episode 5×06).

Here is his post:

Question: Your Lost spoiler tease in this week’s Ausiello TV is driving me nuts. Can you please give us a hint as to the nature of the connection between Fionnula Flanagan’s creepy ring-seller and “another major character” who is not Desmond? — Vanessa

Ausiello: They’re r*l*t**.

Question: The lack of Lost scoop is killing me. — Ahmed

Ausiello: Help has arrived! My Lost mole reports that Lance Reddick (a.k.a. corporate recruiter Matthew Abaddon as well as Fringe’s Phillip Broyles) was just spotted in Hawaii shooting what I assume is episode 5.6. Meanwhile, the show is casting the likely recurring role of Hal, a white dude in his 70s who can still fight the establishment and win. Team Darlton is also on the prowl for an actor to play Mike, a thirtysomething scientist who’s on the brink of something big. An authentic Czech accent is required. (Of course, when isn’t it?)

Source: EW

Posted By: The ODI

Filming Update – Return To Santa Rosa

Hey All,
Today we got another filming update from our good friend Ryan out in Hawaii. Today’s set report is a about a very interesting scene with Hurley, Locke (in a wheelchair) and perhaps Abaddon!!

Here is the report:

“LOST” returned to the campus of Windward Community College in Kaneohe today to film yet another scene at the “Santa Rosa Mental Institute,” where our dear Hurley (Jorge Garcia) has been a tenant.

From veteran spotter “Grappler” (who previously reported from the Windward side) comes this account of the day’s filming:

Hurley is relaxing on the hospital grounds, sitting on a bench and painting, when Locke (Terry O’Quinn) arrives. Locke is in a wheelchair with a cast on his right leg, rolling himself up to Hurley’s side.

They have a conversation. Soon enough, Hurley jumps up. He calls out to a female orderly, perhaps his attendant, named “Susie.” He asks her, “Am I talking to a guy in a wheelchair right now?” She affirms that Locke is really there.

Hurley sits back down, and they talk some more, in even more hushed tones. Locke eventually gestures over his shoulder at someone. It’s unclear whether this person is standing nearby, or is sitting in a mysterious black car with California plates parked in the distance. But from the context (and the stand-in on the set), chances are Locke is pointing at Abbadon.

At this, Hurley again jumps up, even more distressed. “What? Don’t you know? He’s evil!” He then jams his fingers in his ears, yelling, “I’m not hearing this! This is not happening!” He calls for Susie. ”I’m ready to go back now!”

Susie takes Hurley by the arm back into the hospital, leaving Locke behind.

Source: Hawaii Blog

Posted By: The ODI

Latest From Ausiello – Abaddon And Widmore

Question: I need to know what night and time Lost is on starting in Jan. ’09. I need to select which evenings I’m teaching next semester, and I prefer to watch Lost live, not on DVR two hours later. — Rosamaria

Ausiello: No decision has been made yet, but my gut is telling me it’ll return to Thursdays at 10 pm. In related news, remember my scoop last week about Lance Reddick returning for an episode? Well, my Hawaii mole reports that he was shooting scenes in a hospital with Charles Widmore. Theorizes Doc Jensen: “If you believe, as I do, that Charles Widmore has been chasing after the island in order to cheat death by exploiting its time-travel properties, my guess is that Daddy Devilbucks was telling his mysterious henchman, ‘Would you please hurry your ass up and find me that Island?! I’m dyin’ here!'”

Source: EW

Posted By: The ODI

Episode 5.06 – Abaddon And Locke At A Cemetery

Hey All,
Once again we get another filming update from our good friend Ryan in Hawaii and it seems to be a continuation of the Lock/Abaddon storyline for perhaps Episode 5×06. This scene has Locke at perhaps Anthony Cooper’s gravesite, but the scene ends in a shocking twist!!

Read is the full report here:

LOST” returned to Oahu Cemetery this morning, perhaps a fitting location on the brink of Halloween. The historic graveyard previously appeared in the Season 2 episode “Lockdown,” as the not-quite-final resting place of Anthony Cooper.

It seemed, at first, a peaceful scene, with Matthew Abbadon (Lance Reddick) bringing a wheelchair-bound John Locke (Terry O’Quinn) to a modest gravesite for an intense conversation.

But things turned quickly when it came time to leave. Locke, in the back seat of a blue four-door sedan (I’d guess it was a late model Mercury Grand Marquis), waited as Abbadon loaded his wheelchair into the trunk. But no sooner had Abbadon closed the lid, when shots rang out. And Abbadon is hit.

Who’s gunning for Abbadon? And whose grave were they visiting?

Source: Hawaii Blog

Posted By: The ODI

Episode 5.06 – Abaddon And Locke At A Cemetery

Hey All,
Once again we get another filming update from our good friend Ryan in Hawaii and it seems to be a continuation of the Lock/Abaddon storyline for perhaps Episode 5×06. This scene has Locke at perhaps Anthony Cooper’s gravesite, but the scene ends in a shocking twist!!

Read is the full report here:

LOST” returned to Oahu Cemetery this morning, perhaps a fitting location on the brink of Halloween. The historic graveyard previously appeared in the Season 2 episode “Lockdown,” as the not-quite-final resting place of Anthony Cooper.

It seemed, at first, a peaceful scene, with Matthew Abbadon (Lance Reddick) bringing a wheelchair-bound John Locke (Terry O’Quinn) to a modest gravesite for an intense conversation.

But things turned quickly when it came time to leave. Locke, in the back seat of a blue four-door sedan (I’d guess it was a late model Mercury Grand Marquis), waited as Abbadon loaded his wheelchair into the trunk. But no sooner had Abbadon closed the lid, when shots rang out. And Abbadon is hit.

Who’s gunning for Abbadon? And whose grave were they visiting?

Source: Hawaii Blog

Posted By: The ODI