A Lost fan from the moment Jack's eye opened in the pilot episode, Bonnie Covel shares her vast knowledge on ABC's Lost. In addition to in-depth episode guides, she helps casual viewers and obsessive Lost fans make sense of the characters, plots, and mythology.
Now that the Lost site has been archived, you can find Bonnie over at About.com's TV Dramas site still dishing on TV Dramas and sneaking a little Lost in here and there.
Bonnie Covel has worked in broadcasting and writing and has never missed an episode of Lost. She reads Lost: The Official Magazine, listens to many Lost Podcasts, and surfs the net in search of all things Lost. She watches each episode multiple times and looks for hidden clues and Easter Eggs. Her specialty is analyzing story and character to come up with theories.
Before covering Lost, she was a contributing writer to RealityTV.About.com.
From Bonnie Covel:
I remember in early 2004 seeing the hype surrounding the upcoming show, Lost. I thought it might be an okay show to check out. Little did I know that a television show could make me think so much and expand my knowledge of how different personalities react under pressure.
I knew there was something extraordinary about this show after the 4th episode, Walkabout, during the reveal that Locke was in a wheelchair.
As a storyteller, I have a knack for guessing plot points and endings for shows and movies. Lost keeps me guessing and this is the main reason I am so in love with the show and its writers. While I often have some idea of what will happen, the writers always seem to throw me a curve ball that keeps me excited about talking about the show and sharing with other Lost fans.