This past summer, Bossy fell into a wormhole named Lost. And the reason the creators named their show Lost is because you will forfeit your mind watching this drama on Netflix.
The crazy-making begins immediately. Typically a show’s initial scenes are accompanied by the usual reveal of screen credits in the hierarchy of Cast, Producer, Writer, and Director.
Which is why it’s so crazy that when watching the Lost credits, you see this:
Bossy knows what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Oh, Bossy. Not another penis post!” To which Bossy would argue she’s not that hard up!
See how Bossy did that? Inserted a penis joke in the middle of her post about Lost?
But back to this post about Lost. The reason the Producer credit struck Bossy as crazy is because this was the next credit:
Followed by this:
And then this:
And then djdjrorfmckdfhoahf:
That’s because in the land of Lost — which is not the same as in The Land of the Lost — Executive producer is not to be confused with Producer which is not to be confused with Produced by, or gah forbid Supervising Producer, or Co-Executive Producer who strangely stands alone without his Co.
So maybe you’re asking what is the difference between all of these Lost Producers? Bossy is guessing a fatter paycheck.
If you liked this Lost post, click this link for Bossy’s review of the Lost actors in various other surprising roles.
Or perhaps you’d prefer to click this link to see Bossy reenact Tom Cruise on Oprah using Barbies.
Or maybe you should click this link to see Bossy’s synopsis of Kathy Griffin hairstyles.
Charlie saysMarch 8, 2013 at 9:23 am
It’s all about the funding and supervision of a project. The bigger backers get the “executive” title, along with the better limos, older Scotch, and younger hookers.
joeinvegas saysMarch 8, 2013 at 10:33 am
Oh Bossy – about time for another Barbie reenactment. I know someone has grown up, and someone has moved, but there must be a box of Barbies somewhere you can use.
Chesapeake Bay Woman saysMarch 8, 2013 at 11:10 pm
Or perhaps a fatter Leonard Dick.
Jane Lew saysMarch 10, 2013 at 8:39 pm
What about Lost reenacted with Barbies? I loooved the show- ok- most of the last season-not so much but I liked the mythology and appreciated the series finale.. wait did I go all geeky TV serious on you? Probably. xo