Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse Bring LOST Season 1 “Deleted Scene” to Comic-Con; Watch It Here

     July 23, 2011

Lost creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse started a Twitter feud this week over a scene by the code name “The Marbled Rye.”  The scene was purportedly filmed in season one, and would have answered a lot of questions.  The argument came up “Totally Lost: One Year Later” panel at Comic-Con.  Cuse, dressed as a Stormtrooper, was vehemently opposed to showing the audience the previously unseen clip.  Lindelof, wearing a Dharma Initiative jumpsuit, prevailed and premiered “The Marbled Rye.”

Obviously, the “deleted scene” is a joke, and a pretty hokey one at that.  But where else are you going to get some Lost these days?  Plus, Mark Pellegrino and Titus Welliver get to ham it up reprising their roles as Jacob and the Man in Black.  Check out the clip after the jump.


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