Old Friends Turn Up Lost

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Source: SciFi Wire
Submitted by: Cougar (SoSF Staff Reporter)

healing.jpgMany familiar faces return in the upcoming third-season premiere of ABC’s hit SF series Lost, “A Tale of Two Cities,” including William Mapother’s deceased Ethan and John Terry’s Christian Shephard, Jack’s father, the network announced. The episode, written by co-creators J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof from a story by Lindelof, also marks the return of Julie Bowen as Jack’s wife, Sarah, who was last seen in the season-two episode “The Hunting Party.”

In “A Tale of Two Cities,” Jack (Matthew Fox), Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Sawyer (Josh Holloway) begin to discover what they are up against as prisoners of the Others, led by Henry Gale (new series regular Michael Emerson), ABC said.

Besides Mapother, Terry and Bowen, the premiere’s guest stars include M.C. Gainey as the Others’ Mr. Friendly (aka Zeke), Brett Cullen as Goodwin, Blake Bashoff as Karl, Julie Adams as Amelia, Stephen Semel as Adam, Isabelle Cherwin as a little girl, Alexandra Morgan as a moderator, Sonya Seng as a receptionist, Sally Davis as a teacher and Julie Ow as a nurse. Jack Bender directed “A Tale of Two Cities,” which premieres Oct. 4 in Lost’s regular Wednesday timeslot, 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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