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Thursday, September 22, 2005
Do You Get "Lost"? What?! No aliens? No rungs of Hell? No mad scientist's computer lab? Last night, fans of ABC's Emmy-winning "Lost" got to find out what's down "the Hatch" ... and it seemed to be only some guy's bomb shelter. Except for that odd "quarantine" sign. OK, putting the clues together who is this guy and what's he doing there? Post your guess and I'll reply with mine. Also, cast your vote in our "Lost" poll, which asks: Where are these people?