SheKnows: What's a pivotal moment for you two on Lost?
Damon Lindelof: Hard to pick, but the one that immediately leaps to mind is the scene in the finale between Jack and Locke in the greenhouse. Obviously, the ramifications of Locke telling Jack (once again) that he's not supposed to leave the island... but if he does, he must lie about everything that happens...is essentially what kicks off the entire story of the Oceanic Six. We think its really cool that it was actually Locke's idea, even though Jack doesn't present it that way. And now that Jack is standing over Locke's coffin, the relationship between these two men becomes really central to the endgame of our story.
SheKnows: It's common knowledge that Ben was a character that came in, clicked with the audience and the story followed. What characters haven't worked that surprised you?
Carlton Cuse: I would say Desmond would…be in that category. The audience really fell in love with him right from the get-go and he quickly moved right into the mainstream of our cast. Nikki and Paulo were less successful. We tried to introduce them out of the show's chorus as it were and the audience cried foul. We listened and killed them off.
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