Glenn Moss
Born in 1952 (you do the math), making me one of the proverbial "old farts" involved in toys, comic books, and other juvenile activities that everyone said I should have outgrown decades ago. Fortunately, my wife of 36 years is an understanding soul. A firm believer in the philosophy of Groucho Marx, George Carlin, Robin Williams and Chris Rock. Am now indoctrinating my grandchildren to carry on so that when I finally fade away there will be another generation of odd neighbors who seemed nice and kept to themselves.
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February 6, 2012
Well, not that it has been all that missed, but I have not done a blog in a long time. With the demise of LOST, I was just too depressed to go on. But at mid-season Fox debuted Alcatraz! But anyone expecting the next Lost might be disappointed by Alcatraz – with its eccentric scientists,…

 

March 26, 2010
Who’s Gonna Make S’mores? The half way point of the final season opens up with a scene that was first part of the Season 5 finale (“The Incident”). Jacob visits Illana in a Russian hospital. The scene was extended to show us that Jacob tasked Illana with protecting the six remaining candidates (who are Jack…

 

March 18, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T * * * * “Recon” Lost Episode 8 Review This Is Your 8am Wake Up Call At camp Claire, Sawyer makes a cup of tea and goes inside the shelter to wake Jin up, Jin asks how long he has been asleep and…

 

March 12, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T Dr. Linus Review of LOST episode 7 RUNNING BLINDLY The episode opens with Ben running through the jungle in the dark away from the temple where a very spooky Sayid has told him he’s beyond saving. Ben falls on his face and then…

 

March 3, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T SUNDOWN Review of LOST episode Previously on Lost, all sorts of stuff happened to Sayid. He got shot. He seemed dead. He drowned. He dead. He alive. Sayid, Sayid, Sayid. I think it’s going to be a Sayid episode. HONEY, I’M HOME In…

 

February 28, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T * * * * “The Lighthouse” Review I DON’T REMEMBER MY SURGERY We see poorly photoshopped photos of Jack and his parents, Jack and his proud papa, Christian. Jack’s there, too. He’s at his house in ATL LA Land. He checks a mark…

 

February 17, 2010
  S P O I L E R     A L E R T * * * *     "The Substitute" Review   HONEY, I’M HOME We begin with Alternative Time Line (ATL) Locke. He’s pulled into the driveway of a nice suburban home in his minivan. As he’s leaving his van he…

 

February 17, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T * * * * “WHAT KATE DOES” Review A LITTLE LIGHTHEADED The fun thing about TV is that even though you have to wait a week in suspense, the next program begins immediately after the last one ends. It’s sorta like time travel….

 

February 11, 2010
S P O I L E R A L E R T * * * * “LA X Part 2″ Review The second hour begins with the main time line in the jungle on the island. Sayid is on a stretcher and Sawyer gets Miles to help him with burying Juliette. He gives Jack a…

 

February 5, 2010
Did Faraday’s plan work? We look at the exciting two-part season opener! Or otherwise known as How Lost got it’s Groove Back! Tuesday night’s season premiere served up enough gasps, shrieks and heartbreaking moments to make it feel like a season finale—and it is only the beginning. Please return your seats to their full upright…

 

January 30, 2010
From the first few minutes of the premier, it seems like Lost has raised hundreds, if not thousands of questions that need answering. However, as I sit down to think about what questions truly NEED to be answered in the final season that is about to begin, I am shocked to find it really boils…

 

November 12, 2009
Action figures. Before 1964 the two words never were put together. Then Hasbro came out with G.I. Joe and since boys couldn’t and wouldn’t be caught dead playing with dolls – unless you count putting a naked Ken on top of a naked Barbie – action figures came into being. Up until the debut of…

 

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