i never watched Lost until about 2 months ago. ABC has every episode available online for free (and in HD). yeah, you have to watch on your computer, but that doesn't bother me at all.
so i've watched seasons 1 - 4 just fine. now i am up to season 5. i visit the ABC Full Episode Video Player here: http://abc.go.com/player/
i select Lost and then go to Season 5 (probably already there). i scroll down to get to episode 1 and it stops at episode 12 every time. so i took a bunch of days off and tried another browser. no episodes 1 - 11 of Season 5. so i emailed ABC asking about these episodes. their response back to me was the generic FAQ email (make sure you're on broadband; make sure you aren't using AOL Explorer; Anti Virus Software disabled, etc.).
can anyone else access these "lost" episodes? TIA.
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no, i was away to Chicago for a few days on just my iPhone.
and, i honestly don't think it's a very good show. if i can't get the first 11 episodes of S5 then there's no way i buy/rent them. the only reason i got interested was that people got all ga-ga after the season 5 finale that i figured it must be good. i'd take Gilligan's Island over Lost any day of the week. ;~)
i don't exactly know how to do it the way you might have suggested if i could read pig Latin. that being said, i do have some Tomato orrentay application for use when i am trying to obtain content that is freely available online (e.g., Lost). but, my limited experience with this stuff leads me to files that end up not being available over and over.
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