Dear Mr. Lindelof,
I understand that you're probably out spending the millions of dollars that you've made since you made the jump from producing crap like Nash Bridges and Crossing Jordan to creating one of the most addictive television shows I've ever had the pleasure of being obsessed with. But I'd like to point out that some of your most loyal viewers, who have in fact seen EVERY EPISODE of your newest show, don't live the glamorous life of a millionaire Hollywood producer, and depend on little things to get them through the monotony of their jobs, like... looking forward to a new episode of LOST. Imagine our disappointment when, after rushing around to get dinner ready and wiggle the cable cord to get the TV working, we were greeted by a repeat of the pilot episdoe.
Now, I understand that you have things to do, such as keeping your actors out of jail, but did you really think that running the pilot AGAIN was going to satisfy those of us who DEPEND on television to bring some excitement into their non-movie star lives? We all know about the plane crash. We want to know if that new dude is really one of the others or not, not see Charlie wandering around the wreckage stoned. It's soo last season.
Consider this your warning. Try it again, and I may just stop watching your show altogether.
Who am I kidding? I'm more addicted to this show than Charlie is to crack.