Enter how much you’re short of the $25 you need to spend on Amazon to get free shipping, and this tool will show you items that match it. Brilliant.
oh man, I needed this yesterday*. I was helping an aunt place an order for two books (The Zombie Survival Guide and Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter) for my little brother’s birthday and the total cost was $0.01 short of free shipping. To which I exclaimed “WTF, Amazon! Seriously? SERIOUSLY!?!” I took a few minutes to figure out what the standard shipping charge was and which additional book I could add to the cart for about the same price, but I guess I was taking too long because then my aunt just said -‘that’s ok, I’ll just pay the shipping.’
She’s a damn Rockefeller.
*I didn’t really need this item finder, if I had given myself one more minute I would have added Good Omens for 3.98! damn.
Lost star Nestor Carbonell has revealed that episodes 9 and 15 will provide lots of answers for fans.
Speaking to E! Online, Carbonell - Richard Alpert on the series - said that viewers can expect a “big shock” from his character’s episode.
“For those who had questions specifically about my character - why he doesn’t age and his history - you’re gonna get some answers [in episode 9].
“But you are gonna get broader answers about bigger questions like the island. It definitely reveals a lot. There are still more questions after that, but you’re gonna get a big shock that week.”
He added: “Episode 15 is a huge reveal. Episode 9 will give you big answers about the island but episode 15 even more so.”
Spaceship, spaceship, spaceship.
Yeah, a “spaceship.” Good luck with that.
I would just like to state that I am rather annoyed at the “I don’t age b/c Jacob touched me” business of last night. Whatever, Richard. I’m pretty sure there’s a doll in the guidance counselor’s office at bizzaro Ben’s school that will better help you explain what, exactly, Jacob did. His aging business was/is a really big deal to fans and to brush it off with a comment like that is *exactly* why this is becoming my least favorite season. That being said, I would be totally satisfied with the numbers’ current explanation — FLocke saying, “Jacob likes numbers.” (I know they match to the lighthouse directions too, but I’d rather have seen that scene THEN get the FLocke line.) I want many, many more details about Richard’s life… like why is he so despondent b/c Jacob is dead? Did he test his immortality before or just sort of realized he hadn’t aged in 200 years? Is he really just Jacob’s puppet? What WAS the deal with his long hair in those meeting Little Ben in the woods in the Dharma years?