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January 20, 2005


At least we now know where the polar bear came from.

Well, I was having dinner with Terry O'Quinn (John Locke) last night and he said he really
doesn't have a clue what it's about and doesn't know where the story is going. He's just glad
Lost has been renewed for season two cuz he's planning on buying a house. God, I love to name drop!

Re. the polar bear: it came from the kid's psychic powers? Maybe I missed something, but we aren't sure where it came from--though we did notice the polar bear picture in the comic book.

Randy, tell more. Dish the gossip. What it Locke/O'Quinn like in person? How did you meet him? We're heading to West Hollywood tomorrow, so I'll try to one-up you--but almost certainly won't.

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