I would be fooling you if I said I was thinking about anything besides Lost today. Let's start today's links rundown with a freighterload of finale features.

Of course we begin with my favorite, Doc Jensen, even if his column is a little skimpy today. (He did put together this list of the season's 15 best moments, though.)

Alan Sepinwall is as psyched as I am.

USA Today explores the show's dabblings in the space-time continuum.

Daniel Dae Kim (Jin) tells The LA Times that the finale will change the way we see the show.

Pop Candy is bringing the funny by pointing out Hurley's hilarious blog and this humorous McSweeney's piece. And this feature about the F-bomb-laden Lost scripts.

TV Guide has part 2 of its Michael Emerson interview.

The Watcher has clips from tonight's finale.

Watch With Kristin has clips too, plus the producers' teasers about a monumental kiss that's set to go down.

Speaking of the producers...

Non-Lost content after the jump...

I would be fooling you if I said I was thinking about anything besides Lost today. Let's start today's links rundown with a freighterload of finale features.

Of course we begin with my favorite, Doc Jensen, even if his column is a little skimpy today. (He did put together this list of the season's 15 best moments, though.)

Alan Sepinwall is as psyched as I am.

USA Today explores the show's dabblings in the space-time continuum.

Daniel Dae Kim (Jin) tells The LA Times that the finale will change the way we see the show.

Pop Candy is bringing the funny by pointing out Hurley's hilarious blog and this humorous McSweeney's piece. And this feature about the F-bomb-laden Lost scripts.

TV Guide has part 2 of its Michael Emerson interview.

The Watcher has clips from tonight's finale.

Watch With Kristin has clips too, plus the producers' teasers about a monumental kiss that's set to go down.

Speaking of the producers...

Non-Lost content after the jump...

Status Ain't Hood writes on the spectacular fall of boy band mastermind Lou Pearlman.

AV Club recruited Jeffrey Tambor for its excellent Random Roles feature.

50 Cent is teaming with MTV for a reality show seeking the nation's next business mogul.

Free Kitten (Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and Pussy Galore's Julie Cafritz) tell Pitchfork about their favorite things.

Check out 24: The Musical.

Idol winner David Cook is setting sales records.

Haven't heard from The Streets lately? He's been busy walking.

It seems too soon for a Phish reunion, but I think it will always be too soon.

Shirley Manson from Garbage is joining the cast of The Sarah Chronicles?

Finally, a new video from Excepter called "Any and Every."