“Remember what you were saying about people in the ‘burbs? People like Skip. People who mow their lawn for the 800th time, and then just snap? WELL, THAT’S US! It’s not them, it’s US!. WE’RE the ones who are vaulting over the fences, and peeking in through people’s windows! WE’RE the ones who are throwing garbage into the street and lighting fires! WE’RE the ones who are acting suspicious and paranoid! WE’RE the lunatics. It’s not them. It’s us.”

The Burbs. The funniest movie ever made.

Enjoy your Wednesday.

The Aftermath.

Shhh....I'm Busy Being Sexy.

The CDP Live Video Chat (#1) has officially come and gone. Allow me to do a postmortem for those who were there, along with those unfortunate souls who were not.

1. “Hey, How Did It Go?”

Pretty good, actually. Throughout the 2.5 hour show (we went an extra 30 minutes because people kept showing up after 11pm) we had approximately 15-20 people come and go, which was more than I had expected. The chat room was heckler and pirate-free, no fights broke out and there were very few technical and A/V problems. Not too bad for a pilot run.

2. “Hey, What All Went Down?”

I had plans to take the crisp, intelligent and hilarious conversations and essays from the CDP and bring it into a live video format. In actuality, I just drank a lot and danced around for awhile. While this wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, it wasn’t the best representation of myself. I alternated frequently between text-chatting and just talking via audio feed. The chat was lively and I did my best to entertain, even though I had absolutely no format and nothing to say. I can assure you, nobody had more fun than myself, even though I might have killed my mystique a tad.

I’ve already said it a dozen times, but it was very nice of everyone to come out and test this new creative medium out with me. I also gave away a one-of-a-kind CDP Baseball Cap, which was won by Kenny Frankly, as she was an active member of the chat for the longest amount of time. Thanks, Kenny!

3. “Durr, I Was Going To Show Up, But I Don’t Have A Webcam.”

You don’t need a webcam to participate! It’s just a chat room with an audio/video feed coming from CDP Headquarters. It requires no equipment and no registration. Remember this the next time we do it, because there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to join in. You just click on my Stickam site, sit back and enjoy.

4. “Buhh, When Are You Going To Do This Again?”

Well, there’s no way I can do this more than once a month. Tentatively, I’m looking at Friday, May 25, as it will be following the final Lost Friday of the season. You know I’ll keep you posted.

5. “Snuh, Is It Going To Be The Same Thing As The Last Video Chat?”

Nope. Not at all. Now that I know what I’m doing and what to expect, I’ll be making slight changes to assure that the next video chat is smoother and more enjoyable for everyone. For starters, I’ll be doing far more talking and far less text-chatting. More people wanted to hear me talk, tell stories and interact, as opposed to playing music and watching me with my head facing the keyboard, typing feverishly for 2 hours. The next time we do this, turn up your sound, and you’ll get less talk and more rawk. And by ‘rawk,’ I mean ‘talk.’

I’ll also plan ahead what I want to talk about and how I want to schedule the time. Everyone can submit ideas as to what they want to see/hear during the next chat, and it’ll be far more intelligently structured than this first go-round.

6. “Ack! Are You Doing Any More Video Stuff Between Now And Then?”


Although I won’t be doing anything ‘official’ until after the Lost Season Finale, I’m always spending a little bit of time in my Video Chat room every night, testing things out and saying hello to people who stop in. I’m putting a link to my Video Chat Room on the main page, and if I know I’m going to be in there at a certain time, I’ll mention it in the Header. The next night you drop by the CDP, just click on my Video Chat link and see if I’m in there. You never know; you might get a rare one-on-one meeting with the mythical legend that is the CDP. I’ll play you music and probably show you my butt or something.

Well, there you have it. Sound off in the comments section with any questions or concerns about the previous or any future CDP Live Video Chats. Thanks again, and enjoy your Monday.


I want to personally thank everyone for coming out to the first CDP Live Video Chat. And although I think I pretty much killed my mystique and lost a few fans, I consider it a huge success. I consider your attendance a favor to me, and I appreciate it.

Will we do it again next month? What do you think?

Thanks again, though. It was a good time.

Lost Friday – "One Of Us."

Lost Friday - One Of Us.
Season 3 – Episode 16: “One Of Us.”

Yet another Lost Friday is upon us. We have much to discuss.

For starters (or N00BZ, if you will), this marks the first half of today’s CDP Double Feature, which will culminate in the first-ever CDP Live Video Chat, taking place TONIGHT at 9pm Central time. Please, I’m begging you to come back to the CDP at 9pm Central time tonight and join the chat. I’ll be here, readers from around the nation will be here, and it just wouldn’t be the same without you. I bought a cake; you can watch me eat it from your house. Isn’t that cool?

Everyone knows that funny writers are just as funny, if not funnier, in a real-life setting, right? Everyone knows that they’re really not as reclusive and riddled with Social Anxiety as they appear, right? Everyone knows that writers are the life of any party, right?


Seriously though, be here tonight at 9pm Central time, or I will shoot myself in the facehole with a gun.

Kurt Vonnegut - Hero.

Moving on, today’s Lost Friday is dedicated to Kurt Vonnegut, who passed away on Wednesday evening. Apart from being the greatest American writer in modern history, he will forever be responsible for giving me the mantra that has guided me through my professional life. If I may:

“The worst thing that could possibly happen to anybody would be to not be used for anything by anybody. Thank you for using me, even though I didn’t want to be used by anybody.

And who can forget this hilarious and fitting gem?:

“I am, incidentally, Honorary President of the American Humanist Association, having succeeded the late, great science fiction writer Isaac Asimov in that totally functionless capacity. We had a memorial service for Isaac a few years back, and I spoke and said at one point, “Isaac is up in heaven now.” It was the funniest thing I could have said to an audience of humanists. I rolled them in the aisles. It was several minutes before order could be restored. And if I should ever die, God forbid, I hope you will say, “Kurt is up in heaven now.” That’s my favorite joke.”

Thanks for everything, Kurt; the world has lost an absolute treasure. For the last few years, I was actually starting to become convinced that he would never die; never allow it to happen to himself. I hope that everything was beautiful and that nothing hurt. I shed a tear for you; so it goes.

We were treated this Wednesday to one of the most frustrating and altogether psychologically damaging episodes ever, which is saying a whole lot concerning Lost. We thought we were going to get answers; we didn’t. We thought we were going to get some plot development; we didn’t. We thought we trusted Juliet; we were wrong. There was no torture, no Locke, and a disappointing whopper of a last-second swerve.

Heading into the 6-episode Season Finale stretch, we got absolutely suckerpunched in the knob with “One Of Us.” We liked it, though, and begged for another just like it, as we licked our own blood off of our collective chins.

Please, my Dark Mistress, delight me with the eternal pleasure and pain that is The 10 Haiku Recap. The code word is ‘mittens,’ but don’t plan on me using it.

10 Haiku Recap.


Claire is very sick.
It might have something to do
With all the screaming.

I guess that women
Can’t give birth on the island.
That’s my kind of place.

Juliet cures Claire
After 30 full seconds
Of pointless tension.

Jack trusts Juliet.
But let it also be known
That he’s a dumbass.

Locke’s with the Others,
Making Anthony Cooper
His Island Mistress.


Juliet joins the
Worst group of doctors ever.
Drink the orange juice!

Ben is becoming
A big, fat whiny baby.
Someone should deck him.

In a sexy scene,
Juliet is with Goodwin.
Goodwin is Teh HAWT.

Mikhail has contact
With most of the outside world.
Well….not anymore.

Juliet and Ben
Made a deal with each other.

I’d do a full-on recap, but I have a lot of Live Chat stuff to work on. Besides, Haikus are awesome. Hey, speaking of awesome…

5 Awesome Things...

5 AWESOME THINGS…About Living On A Completely Remote Island.

1 – Casual Fridays.

2 – At any given time, there’s a good chance you might see someone get hit with a coconut.

3 – No mention of Paris Hilton.

Oh wait… she’s here. And she’s still a vapid whore. Damn.

4 – Plenty of delicious sand to go around.

5 – Free parking.

I’d kill for free parking where I live. In fact, I have killed a time or two. But hey, this isn’t Vehicular Manslaughter Friday, is it? Let’s Break It Down!

Break It Down!

4 – So, Juliet was evil all along. Shocking, I tells you, shocking! First, CM Punk turns bad on ECW, and now this? I have no idea who to trust any more. I’m going to bed.

It would appear as if Ben made yet another deal with Juliet in exchange for her participation in some wrong-doings. After all the crap he’s done to her over the past three years, this must be one hell of a deal. Maybe they got Monty Hall to materialize on the island or something. Maybe Juliet got brainwashed. Maybe the writers didn’t think they’d last this long on ABC. Beats me.

8 – The Others can’t have nice things, because the castaways keep blowing everything up! Swan Hatch? Exploded. Mikhail’s communication center? Vaporized. The submarine? Delorted with extreme prejudice.

Listen castaways, if you ever want to get off of the island, you’re going to have to stop blowing up all the things that could help you. Maybe this show is like Gilligan’s Island after all…

15 – So… the Others implanted Claire with a device that would trigger a sickness as soon as Juliet showed up, causing her to save the day and win the trust of the castaways, when all along it was just a ploy from the Others to have her infiltrate the beach and fulfill their evil task of Island domination.

Let me know how the rest of the season goes, guys. I don’t think I want to watch this crap any more. The cool part about Lost was how all the important questions had logical and interesting answers to them. The foresight that the Others are demonstrating is downright unbelievable, and insulting to my borderline-alcoholic intelligence.

16 – On the bright side, it finally happened for me. And when I say ‘it,’ I’m referring to the switch that flipped on in my brain, causing me to find Juliet devastatingly attractive. I think it’s the hair/eye combo in the flashbacks that did it for me. She’s a genuinely good-looking woman, and going totally bat-crap insane just makes me want her more.

I’m officially on the J-Train.

23 – Was Juliet cheating on Ben with Goodwin? Just a thought. I know that Ben and Juliet have ‘history,’ but maybe this was one of the things that caused their big falling ‘oot. Maybe not, however, because I’m still of the opinion that Ben is more queer* than Clay Aiken at a Barbara Streisand Drag Show.

(*Proud Liberal and supporter of equal rights. Save the e-mails.)

42 – Man… I can’t believe they blew up the communications center. I knew that there was going to be a point in time when we stopped looking at the Castaways as the ‘Good Guys,’ especially considering their sordid pasts. But geez, these people are really starting to piss me off. When Sawyer and Sayid are your voices of concern and intelligence, you know that something really got wonky at one point.

It’s also strange to know that if I were on the island with these people, I’d probably have the least-sordid past. My flashback episode would consist of playing a lot of Scrabble and yelling at TV sets for 25 years.

Cover your eyes! Divert your vision! Spoiler-phobic nerds should leave the room! It’s time for The Preview!

Episode 17 - Catch-22.

4 – Episode 17 will be titled “Catch-22.” It is Desmond-centric. Expect amazing clairvoyance and an even more amazing beard to run rampant around the island.

8 – The official press release from ABC reads: “Desmond coaxes Charlie, Hurley and Jin on a trek across the jungle after experiencing one of his future-prophesizing “flashes,” but is he purposely placing Charlie’s life in harm’s way? Meanwhile, Kate turns to an unwitting Sawyer after seeing Jack alone with Juliet.

Kate + Sawyer = More secks? Only time (and slumping ratings) will tell.

15 – Damon Lindelof sez: “I think the Desmond-Penny love story is really central to the whole overall mythology of the show. Desmond sort of leveled Charlie with this very sort of specific proclamation at the end of the episode, that Charlie is going to die. And coming down all the way through the end of season three, that becomes a very major storyline that we’re following, which is, Desmond keeps seeing Charlie die and can he stop it? Is he powerless to stop it?

So yeah, expect to see more developments in the Penny-Desmond angle. Do NOT expect to see any developments in, you know, anything else that matters. My theory is that Juliet was sent over to kill Charlie in retaliation for killing Ethan. I’ve been wrong before, though.

16 – The writer of this episode sez: “We will explore what’s going on with Penny and Desmond. You know what we started in the finale of season two? We’ll continue to explore that. Plus, there’s another big revelation on that front coming up pretty soon.”

Thanks, Captain Obvious. No wonder these episodes are always so vague. They’re written by people who have no idea how to craft a teaser when they need one. Maybe some WWE writers should jump ship to the Lost crew. At the very least, we’d get to see someone get hit with a steel chair every now and again.

23 – Um…so there’s a big underground network on the island. It’s where all of the Others went, and it’s where we’ll be headed next week. That is all.

42 – Did you know that the CDP Live Video Chat is tonight at 9pm Central Time?

Well, there you have it, another Lost Friday in the books. Don’t stray too far, however, because the 1st ever CDP Live Video Chat will be starting at 9pm Central Time TONIGHT. Get your fat-free popcorn and cans of Diet Rite ready, because you’re really going to want to spend your Friday evening with me.

And ladies, which one of you hasn’t already wished that you could? Am I right? Buh? Zuh?

As always, start the discussion in the comments section, and send all hate mail and erotic photography to communistdance@yahoo.com. If you’re going to be one of the cool ones chatting with me this evening, we can talk more about Lost then. Sometime this weekend, make sure to drop into The Coconut Internet and say hello. They’ll treat you real nice-like.

Here are links to every Lost Friday so far this season. Cherish them like a new Lance Bass album. See you tonight!

Season 3 Preview
Season 3 – Episode 1 Review
Season 3 – Episode 2 Review
Season 3 – Episode 3 Review
Season 3 – Episode 4 Review
Season 3 – Episode 5 Review
Season 3 – Episode 6 Review
Season 3 – Episode 7 Review
Season 3 – Episode 8 Review
Season 3 – Episode 9 Review
Season 3 – Episode 10 Review
Season 3 – Episode 11 Review
Season 3 – Episode 12 Review
Season 3 – Episode 13 Review
Season 3 – Episode 14 Review
Season 3 – Episode 15 Review


Is Can It Be Chat Tiem Now Plz?

Wow, A Promotional Poster And Everything!

Well, the very first CDP Live Video Chat is just two days away. If you still aren’t on board for this, click the above banner to find out everything you need to join in on an unprecedented event in CDP history. It’s as simple as showing up here on Friday night. Seriously. Besides, you already do that for Lost Friday, right?

To simplify, this Friday night from 9-11pm Central time (after Lost Friday), I’ll be broadcasting live from CDP Headquarters: answering questions, spinning phat tracks and getting flamed by dozens of lurking hecklers. You don’t need a webcam to participate. It’ll be an open chat room with my audio/video feed included. Simple.

I’ve never done anything like this before, and for a reclusive writer to break the fourth wall and invite everyone into his office, it’s been taking a psychological toll on yours truly. Specifically because I have only 15 minutes planned so far for this 2 hour show. I guess I’ll have to take my clothes off really slowly for that last hour and a half. Or maybe expand the third drum solo to a hard 18 minutes.

Attack Of The CDP!

In Amazing Free Publicity News, the CDP was briefly shown on the G4TV series Attack Of The Show! Ironically enough, they were talking about the very same live video chat that’s going down here Friday. I watch AOTS! about once or twice a month, so to tune in and see my face staring back at me, it was a pleasant and awkward surprise to say the least. Hey, if it’s good enough for Olivia Munn, it had damn well better be good enough for you.

Before I leave today, here are 5 points of interest from my Easter weekend:

1. Evan, the Official Spokesbaby of the CDP, pretty much rules. He’s better than your baby; I’m absolutely sure of it. He only cries like, half of the day.

2. On Monday, I spent $90 on a jacket/shirt combo because the cute girl behind the counter told me that I looked good in them. This is the definition of stupidity.

3. A friend of my mom lives in a haunted house. After a few calls were made, me and my friends are now allowed to enter said haunted house with a ton of video and audio equipment. I’ll keep you posted on our findings.

4. Another friend of my mom was put into a coma after a brutal drunk-driving accident. After dreaming that he had been forgotten by friends and family, he awoke and instantly gave up drinking and smoking. I guess he’s a born-again Christian or something. Good for him.

5. Cadbury Cream Eggs make my pants tingle a little.

As far as the Live Chat goes, please RSVP in the comments section. I need to know how much cheese to slice. Thanks.


This Ain’t No Dress Rehearsal.

The CDP Live Video Chat!
The very first CDP Live Video Chat. Join me and dozens more for 2 FULL HOURS of LIVE CDP action. I’ll be live and on camera to answer questions, mingle with the commoners and entertain. Music will be played, punch will be served, hearts will be broken.

Friday, April 13th at 9pm Central time (7pm Pacific, 10pm Eastern). Mark it down, make a note; whatever allows you to remember this date and time. Seriously, you’re not going to want to miss this. If I’m all alone in this thing, I’m more than certainly going to kill myself.

You and everyone that you can snag. I’ll be heavily promoting the Live Chat all week, so tell a friend and get ready. The more, the merrier; it’s a chance to bring together CDP readers around the globe to essentially make fun of me and eavesdrop on my life.

Because you have nothing better to do on a Friday night. Also, it’s Friday the 13th! How cool is that? Oh, and there’s a good chance I’ll be getting naked at some point. A very good chance.

The CDP‘s Stickam Chat Room. It’s absolutely free and simple, and you can enter my Video Chat Room with just two clicks of your mouse. I’ll explain everything below.

Hopefully, I’ll cover any questions that you might have here:

Q– “How do I get in?

A– Simple. This is absolutely free and takes about two mouse clicks. You don’t need to register or sign up for anything, and you don’t need a webcam to participate (if you do have a cam, however, I suggest looking into Stickam beforehand so you can join me on video; it’ll be that much cooler).

On the day of the live chat, I’ll put up a nice, big link to my Stickam Chat Room. Clicking on that link will take you to my Stickam profile page, where you’ll be able to get an ‘outside’ view of what’s going on in the Live Video Chat. From there, just click on the video image of myself in the corner, enter your chat name and you’ll instantly join the video chat.

Once in the chat room, it’ll function just like any other chat room on the planet, only you’ll have a nice Live Video feed of me at CDP Headquarters. In addition to chatting with everyone via text, turn up your sound for a Live Audio feed from CDP Headquarters, too. I’ll be playing music, ranting, and making an overall fool of myself. It should be a good time.

Any questions or concerns? Leave a comment and I’ll be there for you.


Lost Friday – "Left Behind."

Lost Friday - Left Behind.
Season 3 – Episode 15: “Left Behind.”

Another Lost Friday is upon us. We have much to discuss.

Well, not really.

Kate-centric episodes, to me, are like winning ten cents in the lottery. On one hand, it’s better than nothing, but on the other hand, it sometimes makes you want to slit your wrists in the tub. Kate’s story, as always, was wafer-thin, so the writers had to throw in a humorous side-plot with Saywer and Hurley, as well as a muddy catfight to snag the 18-24 male demographic. Did it work? I honestly don’t care.

I would like to know, however, why Juliet’s shoulder has been dislocated 4 different times. She either likes running into walls at full speed, or Ben just flat-out likes to beat women. Either way, I’m waiting patiently for that flashback episode. Maybe Ike Turner can make a cameo.

This island is one big salad, and I'm digging in!
(“Dude, this island is just one big salad, and I’m diggin’ in!”)

Look, I stood up for Lost last week, with the whole Nikki and Paulo fiasco. And while this week had some important questions raised (most of which should be answered next week, hopefully), I was left feeling apathetic and used. Sort of like whenever Sanjaya survives another week of American Idol. Simon Cowell claims that he’ll quit the show if Sanjaya wins, but I’ll do him one better. If Sanjaya wins American Idol, I’ll kill Simon Cowell.

Okay, let’s put this turd under the microscope, with an ALL-NEW Lost Friday feature, The 10 Haiku Recap!

10 Haiku Recap.


Kate and Cassidy
Act like Thelma and Louise,
Minus good acting.

Cassidy helps Kate
Accost her dumbass Mother.
“Just selling bibles.”

Cassidy’s pregnant
With a darling Clementine.
Yes, a real orange.

Give me it, it's mine!
(Much like a 4-year old, Kate throws a tantrum when she doesn’t get her sandwich.)


Sawyer’s the leader
While Jack & Locke are away.
Beer and porn for all!

Hurley cons Sawyer
Into being a nice guy.
“Get in my belly!”

While hunting for boar,
Desmond has the coolest beard
In Lost history.

Things were going so well...
(“Whoops, I think I just paralyzed myself again.”)


Locke joins the Others.
Ripping off The Prisoner,
Kate and Jack get gassed.

Smoke Monster is pissed.
Kate and Juliet catfight.
Vat of Boar feces.

Jack, Kate & Sayid
Are going back to the beach
With Juliet, too!

Meanwhile, Locke is
Shoving wire hangers up
Anthony’s rectum.

That came with a prize.
(Please, for your own good, don’t eat the chili.)

No, I won’t be doing that every week. I just don’t feel like busting out an exhaustive recap for an episode that didn’t reciprocate or deserve the attention.

I’ll tell you, there are very few things more awesome than a good Haiku. Let’s give it a try, though.

5 Awesome Things...

This week’s topic is 5 AWESOME THINGSThat are better than a Haiku.

1John Madden Football ’92 for the Sega Genesis.

2 – When a local news reporter gets attacked/gored by a gorilla/bull.

3 – Baptizing a newborn in the Stanley Cup.

I think I can peg him from here...
(Just for the hell of it, Desmond takes a shot at Charlie.)

4 – Dreaming that you pooped your pants, only to wake up and find that you actually just peed them, instead.

5 – A poem (about haikus).

Don’t dispute my list. I’ve done at least 15 seconds of exhaustive research. Now, let’s BREAK IT DOWN!

Break It Down!

4 – So, the Others have the Giant Face-Melting Microwave Fence up in order to protect themselves from Smokie. Good for them, I bet it’s a real Godsend over the holidays.

Furthermore, what was Smokie doing when it was looming over Kate and Juliet? If I were to venture a guess, I’d say that it was ‘profiling‘ or ‘scanning‘ them. Perhaps for ‘ticks‘ or ‘mites.’

(Kate, after the mud bath in Jack’s hut…)

8 – There was a HUGE continuity error towards the end of the episode concerning Kate. When she had her final conversation with Jack, she hadn’t a speck of dirt on her face from the previous sloshing around in the mud with Juliet. However, when she came out of Jack’s place, she was once again filthy with the stuff.

And after.
(Kate, after leaving Jack’s hut. Whaaaa?)

Did they not think we’d catch that error? Lost fans? The most nitpicky and astute people in the world? A collective nerd hoard so vast that the very universe could implode in……you get the point.

Lazy editing, is what I say.

Maybe Jack nailed her with a sack of Miracle-Gro or something before we saw her again. It’s possible, I suppose.

Don't breathe ever again.
(“Please stop telling me how Ben was in the bedroom.”)

15 – Locke’s had a big day. He blew up the submarine, Anthony Cooper has materialized on the island, he seemingly got his ass beat, and got brainwashed to boot. Not bad for a guy that had 15 seconds of screen time this week. In fact, Ben was the only main cast member to not be featured this week. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen so many people in the same episode.

Rose? Bernard? You still out there?


16 – Kate’s mom is an absolute idiot. Nothing further here.

23 – I wonder where Juliet learned those bad-ass fighting moves. Mittelos Bioscience? I think not.

A poor man's Thelma and Louise.
(“The last two living people to sleep with Sawyer.)

42 – I like how every time Sawyer looked at Sun, she shot back a glare that said, “I can have you killed any time I want.” Must be nice to have that kind of power at your fingertips. That must be how Dakota Fanning feels every day.

Cover your ears! Divert your vision! Here comes THE PREVIEW!

One Of Us.

4 – Episode 16 is titled “One Of Us.” It is Juliet-centric. Expect pouty lips and vague, awkward sexiness abound.

8 – The official press release from ABC reads: “Jack’s joyous reunion is cut short when his fellow survivors realize that an Other is accompanying him; a mysterious illness strickens Claire.”

15 – Judging by the previews, this episode will pick up right where the last Juliet episode left off. We’ll see her arrival to the island, and pretty much what she’s been up to for the last 3 years. It will be very Other-centric and answer a lot of questions concerning their duties and mission.

(Much like chickens, Juliet can actually drown during a thunderstorm.)

16 – Ethan Rom, everyone’s favorite creepball, will once again be around for this episode. Can’t wait; I hope he’s wearing that Wisconsin sweatshirt again.

23 – Something’s going to happen with Charlie this week. He’s not going to die, but he’s going to wish he was.

42 – When Lost finally wraps up and ends their run on television, I sincerely hope that some nerd somewhere decides to edit all of the footage in chronological order. I think that would be absolutely amazing to see.

Just sayin’ is all.

Crap, I thought it was over.
(“Okay, I’m awake. Did this show get cancelled yet?”)

Well, there you have it. A semi-awesome Lost Friday for a semi-awesome episode of Lost. As always, start the conversation in the comments section and send all erotic photography to communistdance@yahoo.com. You can always donate cash to the CDP via Paypal (the link is in the sidebar), or you can just buy some sweet swag at The CDP Webstore. Once you’re done assisting me in warding off suicide for another day, head on over to The Coconut Internet and say hello.

Here are links to every Lost Friday so far this season. Enjoy your Easter, losers.

Season 3 Preview
Season 3 – Episode 1 Review
Season 3 – Episode 2 Review
Season 3 – Episode 3 Review
Season 3 – Episode 4 Review
Season 3 – Episode 5 Review
Season 3 – Episode 6 Review
Season 3 – Episode 7 Review
Season 3 – Episode 8 Review
Season 3 – Episode 9 Review
Season 3 – Episode 10 Review
Season 3 – Episode 11 Review
Season 3 – Episode 12 Review
Season 3 – Episode 13 Review
Season 3 – Episode 14 Review