This just proves that it doesn’t matter how famous or successful of a comedian you are, there will never be an explanation for how Hurley and Libby were in the hospital together. Not that Paul Scheer actually asked for an explanation, but you would sort of think that if on existed, just the sight of Paul Scheer would force it to come tumbling out of their pursed nerd mouths.

(Although, Libby aside, there are a bunch of Lost spoilers out of Comi-Con. I have one word for you, and that word is Boone.)

Paul Scheer, of course, has a long (one year), storied (two stories) history of crashing, or should I say smoking (huh?) Comic-Con panels.


Also: check out Paul Scheer’s new Lost fanboy site: Damon Carlton And A Polar Bear Dot Com.

Comments (12)
  1. I have never been so excited for a January in my life!

  2. Boone’s back? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!11!!!!1!

  3. Boone was my constant.

  4. People are being really inconsiderate about the casting spoilers. “Oh, it gives away NOTHING that all of these people are coming back. I’m going to shout it from the rooftops!”

  5. I can’t help but be pessimistic about Lost finishing in a satisfyingly rad way. Damon and Carlton, you probably don’t deserve Paul Scheer’s earnest velvet love!

  6. thegreatsatan  |   Posted on Jul 27th, 2009 0

    Honestly, the only question I want to know is why does Richard wear eyeliner

  7. libby is never coming back because the actress didn’t want to. this is obviously because she’s some kind of super-actress who can afford to turn down being a part of one of the best tv shows of the past decade. anyway.

    according to damon and carlton: the story of why libby was in a mental institution wasn’t really all that remarkable and it was touched upon in “live together, die alone” her husband died. she got really depressed and went “crazy,” they put her in the nuthouse, then she got better. and at some point she met up with desmond and gave him her husband’s boat.

    the end!

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