The Acting Without Using Your Face Award
Stella Adler couldn't do it. Marlon Brando tried and failed. But like cream on a bottle of non-homogenized milk, Elizabeth Mitchell has risen to the top of her craft. She's like the ninja of Method acting. Seriously, the woman moved nary a facial muscle during her entire season on Lost. Brava! -- Lulu Bates
From TWOP's Tubey Awards Wrap-up.
And here's their overview of Lost, S3:
This season offered up more twists and turns then a corn maze on Lombard Street. Which, of course, is nothing new for Lost fans. So how is this season different from all other seasons?
For the first time in the history of the show, the writers actually coughed up some answers. We learned that the Others are wily kidnappers, and the Lostaways can be kind of stupid when it comes to trusting people (hello, Henry; Michael). We figured out that Kate is kind of a skank. We were shown that the elusive Jacob is either an overactive chair in a shooting gallery or a figment of Ben's overactive imagination. We discovered the violent secret history of the Others and their slaughter of the Dharma Initiative. We discovered that John Locke has the worst father EVER and that Sawyer has a weak stomach, but a strong will when it comes to revenge. We learned to trust the writers, so that the next time they devote an entire episode to some boys bonding over warm beer and a hippie van, we will not complain quite so much. We know why pregnant women (now including Sun!) are so darn interesting to the Others. We discovered that hanging around psychics who constantly predict your death can be irksome. We learned that Charlie has a low tolerance for irksome when he opted to off himself instead of sticking around with Desmond. We found out that Penny had nothing to do with the pilot who landed on the Island, and might be saving the Losties. We learned so much. But we still have so many questions. For example, where were Rose and Bernard this whole time? Who the hell are Nikki and Paulo? Was their episode just filler? Are they going to come back and bother us? Are the Losties really getting rescued? Is Sayid a bigger bad-ass than Jack Bauer? Has Jack Bauer ever killed a man with his legs while he was bound, gagged, and on his knees at gunpoint? (Well…probably.) Doesn't anyone stay dead on Craphole Island? (Locke, Patchy, I'm looking at you!) Was Jack wearing a stunt beard in the season finale, or does his facial hair really look like that? What is with that giant foot statue? So many answers, so many questions, so much to look forward to next season. -- Lulu Bates
Also, Lost won "Most Improved" Returning Show and Bai Ling won "Worst Stunt Casting." Sayid was second runner-up to Dean Winchester for "Best Badass." Dean also won "Best Character." ♥ Much love for Sam and Dean, no love for Nikki and Paolo. And even less for George & Izzie on G.A. or Isaiah Washington.