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'Lost' post-finale chat with Nestor Carbonell on Monday


On Monday, "Lost" will finally be over. But that doesn't mean we'll be over "Lost." Far from it. If the final episode lives up to what the producers have promised us, we'll be debating the show's final moments well into the next day.

Luckily, we've got Richard Alpert himself, actor Nestor Carbonell, to help explain the final mysteries. The actor will be joining us on Show Tracker on Monday at 11 a.m. PDT for a live video Web chat. You type the questions, he'll answer them. 

-- Patrick Kevin Day

UPDATED 12:15 p.m.: Actors Nestor Carbonell and Henry Ian Cusick tease the "Lost" finale.  

Photo: Nestor Carbonell at "Lost Live: The Final Celebration,"  May 13, 2010, at UCLA's Royce Hall. Credit: Dan Steinberg / Associated Press


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Very cool! Looking forward to hearing Nestor's take on the finale. And he'd better be in it! I'm just sayin'...

Why can't I pull up the video chat?

Because it's not until 11:00 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time

So do we just type our questions here? Or is there something else we need to do? Thanks!

I feel like someone just took a dump on my face after watching that last episode. It seems like the writers took the easy tear-jerking way out and dumped the entire plot (the swinging pendulum/physics into finding the island, what the hell is the smoke monster?, why is Waly special?) I can list so many things, but its just too bad that they left way too many mysteries unanswered. They wasted too much time in the beginning of this season with all that stupid temple drama that when the finale finally came they had too much to answer. The easy way out was enough for them I guess...Good series, extremely disappointing end.

Good thing he wasnt in charge of entering the code every 108 minutes!

Hi Nestor! Where will we see you next? (on tv or film or anything else.) Thanks!

COP OUT FINALE!!! As far a deep philosphical saga and leaving it to our imagination or interpretation shows lack of skill on the writers part. They were to lazy to connect more dots. They said dont worry your questions will be answered LIARS

This was fun. Thanks for doing that, Mr Carbonell. Yours is my favorite of the "added" characters and I'm glad they kept you on.

I wish I'd had a chance to get my question in, but here it is anyway: Do you sometimes go shopping at Safeway with Michael Emerson?


On a more serious note, I wonder if you or any of the other actors are planning to stay here on Oahu for the time being?


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