A thing or two about boxes.

Here’s a fun game! First, watch the last ten seconds of our sketch “Writers of Lost.”

Then, click below to watch a (really, really ridiculous) scene from last week’s episode of Lost.

I don’t even know what to say, other than that I love the fact that at some point the writers of Olde English and the actual writers of Lost had an identical writing meeting, in which it was decided that the easiest way to end the episode would be a totally unexplained mystery box.

8 Comments on “A thing or two about boxes.”

  1. Brian Curry Says:

    I did notice the parallel actually and thought it was pretty funny…and that was before I realized you’d done the episode before Ben and his magic box. Kudos on the episode, you manage to capture very well the feeling that a first time watcher might have skimming through a few episodes. It’s only a matter of time till the magic turtle I’m sure 🙂

  2. Brad Says:

    I smell lawsuit!!! You could take them for millions!

  3. Tim Says:

    yet another loose end to tie up…

  4. sarah hayley Says:

    I love it. How was yesterday’s MTV show?

  5. Kenny Says:

    My God, that is absolutely amazing, and a little freaky. Maybe someone who writes for Lost is a fan of Olde English. Who knows, not me.

  6. Piggilypoop Says:

    Now THAT is creepy.

  7. Adam Says:

    My favorite part is how he expects Locke’s knowledge of boxes to be somehow relevant — as though, because he worked at a box company, he might have special insight into this particular, magical box.

  8. Brian Says:

    Well, it makes sense, because Ben does know the Island speaks to Locke.