Feedback from our readers
As a die-hard Lost fan, I felt vindicated by your recent article (''Lost & Found''), especially Matthew Fox's candidness. Since day one, I've firmly believed in the bigger picture, relishing the journey rather than nitpicking each individual step.
Regarding your Feb. 16 cover: If a TV show roars, but no one is
watching, does it make a sound? My friends and I were addicted to Lost. Now I don't know anyone who is still watching. The third-season torture plot is a turnoff.
To all the naysayers: You are going to be really disappointed when Lost hits the homestretch and you have no idea what's going on. As for wrapping up the show in 100 episodes how could they possibly not give us 108?
South Amboy, N.J.
How could you even think to interview Rashida Jones, a.k.a. ''The Office's other woman'' (''Paper Doll'')? She could be the best actress in the world, but I can never forgive her for playing Karen and stealing Jim from Pam!
Bidding 'Reba' Farewell
I recently came across a tiny little blurb in the What to Watch section about The CW's Reba coming to an end (Television). Okay, I admit this show was no American Idol, Survivor, or Lost, but week in and week out, Reba and the gang put out a consistently smart and funny comedy. I just wanted to let EW, its readers, and the Reba cast and crew know that I think we're losing one of the most entertaining shows on TV...and that's a very sad thing.
OBSESSIVE FAN OF THE WEEK!
''The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be.'' These words don't come from Donald Trump, but ex-pro wrestler Bret ''Hit Man'' Hart. And Dawn Tazzetto of Bayonne, N.J., is one of his many admirers: ''Everything in my life is dedicated to him. You walk into my room and it's not a bedroom, it's a shrine. Everywhere you turn, it's Bret from ceiling to floor.'' All other fans are down for the count.