The numeric key to TV show Lost is entered on an Apple //e. . . .

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The numeric key to TV show Lost is entered on an Apple //e. . . .

I'm not a big fan of the TV show Lost, which is why I just noticed this while watching the free iTunes store download "Lost Survival Guide". There is a numeric code that repeatedly appears in the show. One character has to enter it at certain times into a micro computer. An Apple //e microcomputer, (attached to a Moniter ][). Wow.

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Actually, it's a II or II+.

Actually, it's a II or II+.

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And a Monitor ///

I've got one myself, connected to my own Apple IIe in my underground bunker ... er, ... basement.

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IMAGE(http://www.applefritter.com/node/19262?res=1024x768)
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Yeah, it's a ][ or ][+

I just watched an extra long episode of Lost. Yup it's an Apple ][ or ][+. One of the characters smashed the the monitor. That and complex apparantly blew up, mostly, perhaps. Anyway, I think that Apple ][ was killed off by the writers. Maybe it can be replaced by an Atari 800.

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IMAGE(http://www.applefritter.com/images/lost_e-19262.jpg)

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