Previously Unseen LOST Clip Revealed at Comic-Con 2011
Luckily, Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse are here to help. At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, the duo (who executive produced LOST during its run) crashed Entertainment Weekly's "Totally LOST: One Year Later" panel and introduced a clip that had been deleted from the first season finale, "Exodus, Part 2."
Lindelof and Cuse had been 'feuding' on Twitter about the clip in the days leading up to its release. The 'fight' hit some pretty low blows, including a reference to Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin, with whom Lindelof had clashed over his disappointment in the series finale.
But the feuding buildup aside, the clip actually answers quite a few questions. Perhaps most notably, it tackles that tricky subject of the Man in Black's real name. It isn't Samuel, as previously hinted, nor is it Esau, like fans had theorized. It's actually...
Well, why spoil the clip for you? Check out the deleted scene from "Exodus, Part 2" below, and prepare to be amazed.