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A Volcano Almost Appeared On The ‘Lost’ Island To Explain Its Powers

Way back in 2010, the passengers of Oceanic Flight 815 on “Lost” were finally enveloped in a wave of bright light, marking the end of the series after a fiery battle between good and evil. (And many viewers were left feeling deeply confused.)

As it turns out, that finale was supposed to look a lot different. As “Lost” insiders told Entertainment Weekly, there was supposed to be a volcano on the island, and it was supposed to erupt.

While observant viewers would have remembered the volcano from a flashback to the DHARMA Initiative days, it could’ve had a much more vital role in the show. Series co-creator Damon Lindelof explained how the volcano was meant to “visualize and dramatize the idea that the island itself is all that separates the world from hellfire and damnation.” It also birthed the smoke monster, who, in human form, was known as The Man in Black (played in part by Terry O’Quinn).

Showrunner Carlton Cuse recounted how the “Lost” team was “always looking to cannibalize anything on Hawaii,” where they filmed the series. “We also thought of the island as a character on the show, so we were always looking for things that would give it more personality,” Cuse told EW.

In the end, the volcano was supposed to erupt as Jack (Matthew Fox) fought The Man in Black over the island’s fate. As Lindelof explained:

The volcano had been dormant for the duration of the series, but based on moving into this endgame, the island had become unstable and the volcano was going to erupt. We were going to have lots of seismic activity, and ultimately, there was going to be this big fight between the forces of good and the forces of evil, which ended up in the series manifesting as Jack and The Man in Black, in the midst of magma. Magma spewing everywhere!

Instead, the pair fought, alongside Kate (Evangeline Lilly), in a glowing cave ― a less expensive substitute for a magma-spewing volcano. Volcanoes, apparently, are quite expensive. And so Ol’ Smokey was born out of that same, budget-friendly cave of light, after his brother Jacob (Mark Pellegrino) tossed him in as revenge for killing their mother.

“ABC was like, ‘Guys, we love you, and we’re letting you end the show; we can’t let you bankrupt the network in the process,’” Lindelof said.

In the end, viewers were left with only a slightly less clear picture of how the island works, as the finale left plenty of other unanswered questions.

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3 Cute Country Singers Explain Why Guys Love Girls in T-Shirts and Jeans

When it comes to go-to outfits, there’s not much better than a favorite pair of jeans and a basic T-shirt. It’s comfortable, easy to dress up or down, and works on every body shape, tall or short, curvy or willowy. It also happens to be a guy magnet, with men everywhere routinely saying it’s their very favorite look to see on a girl (forget a sexy body-con dress). To figure out just what makes the simple style so appealing—and in in the spirit of last night’s CMA Awards—we asked a few hot country singers to spill.

“I like girls that don’t try too hard,” Canaan Smith told us in between stops on his current tour. “There is something about a t-shirt hanging off her shoulder that will never not be sexy.” (Psst—get to know him better: he he let Glamour in on a day in his country-cool life).


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The classic outfit spelled love and creative success for Ryan Michaels, who’s half of country duo Haley & Michaels with new bride Shannon (they were married this May and, yup, her walk down the aisle was to a song they wrote together just for the occasion).

“When I met Shannon, she was wearing jeans and a James Taylor T-shirt, which totally rocked,” he remembered. “I’ve always thought it showed confidence to be understated. To me, girls are always sexier when they’re not trying too hard.”


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“Maybe it’s just the country boy in me, but I’ll take jeans and a T-shirt on a girl any day,” singer Cole Swindell echoed (his first-ever headlining tour kicks off this month, confirming he’s pretty much becoming a big deal). “I think it shows a laid-back chill side, and that’s sexy to me.”


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Three makes a trend, y’all. It appears safe to say that the universal, time-tested appeal of a woman wearing jeans and a t-shirt is that it’s easy (why we love wearing the look!). There’s still something warm-and-fuzzy special about getting a glowing response when you’ve put time into a big night, getting ready and picking out a special dress, but when it’s all said and done, the most magical style moment might just happen when we’re dressed down.

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Beauty Matters and 7 Drawings That Help Explain Why

When our children were younger, my husband and I had date night on Sundays. If I was feeling emotional and didn’t know why, I would take a drawing pad and colorful pens with me to dinner. In the restaurant, I would draw stick figures to express myself to my husband. I’m joyful about X, upset about Y, conflicted about A, B and C and so on. To his credit, he listened and smiled while I drew. This is when I first learned that I could say a lot with stick figures.

These days, I’m still using drawings to process emotions and counsel myself. Recently, when I sat down with pen in hand, I found that I was writing notes to myself about beauty. My stick figures were giving me messages about the importance of seeing and cherishing beauty in the world.

By beauty I mean the physical, “holy smokes can you really believe that a moon rise can be that seriously sacred and serene?” I also mean the beauty of human interactions. I was at an outdoor free yoga class on Saturday to celebrate the summer solstice and I watched a mother and her 4-year-old son practicing yoga together. He copied every move she made. When he laughed, she smiled — the mom was upside down, the son was upside down, but the world was right side up.

Beauty can be tiny, specific interactions and as wide ranging as sounds: tastes, touches, a thought, a prayer, a silence, a gong, a gesture, an action. Beauty is everywhere, and here’s what I’ve decided based on the messages my stick figures have been offering me: I don’t ask myself often enough to notice beauty and soak it in.

It seems I’m good at going over and over in my mind when someone has hurt my feelings. (I have drawings to prove it. With the stroke of a pen, I can draw piles of cow pies on the offending party’s head.) I am also capable of not being able to draw. Some news hits me like an 18-wheeler and I’m left flattened at how horrible humans can be to each other. “Retreat! Retreat!” my inner intercom system says.

But when I do crawl out from wherever it is I go, and I start to draw, the pictures tell me what it is I must do. I’d like to share some of these drawings with you.

First note to self: When horrible things happen in the world, I want to block my ears and cover my eyes, but the best thing I can do is to go out into the world and be kind. Any act of kindness is beautiful.


Second note to self: Sometimes I miss the beauty of a moment because I’m listening to brain noise: sorrow, fear and worry. Note to self: Pay attention. Beauty is everywhere.


Third note to self: Try really, really hard NOT to step on beauty. Beauty matters.


Fourth note to self: When my heart breaks, it’s best to fill the broken places with beauty.


Fifth note to self: Let the simple beauty of a flower make your day.


Sixth note to self: Some days it’s important to hold onto beauty with all that you’ve got.


Seventh note to self: Life’s goal: Let go and smile.


I included the last picture, because every smile is beautiful and easy to share with anyone at any time.

I’d love to hear from you on what beauty fills your soul.

Kathleen Buckstaff is the author of two books that celebrate life and motherhood:Mother Advice To Take With You To College, a collection of hilarious drawings and wise sayings, and The Tiffany Box: A Memoir, an International Best Book Awards Finalist, a motherhood memoir and a true story told through emails and letters.
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