"Lost" is almost over, but at least those of us who are going to desperately miss it can buy memorabilia from this auction.

Also, Alan Sepinwall has an interview with "Lost" bosses Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and CNN talked to Mark Pellegrino, the man who plays Jacob.

Britney Spears is working with Mad Decent dubstep producer Rusko on her next album.

Paste lists the 40 best cartoon characters of all time. I won't spoil the order, but the top five includes Eric Cartman, Homer Simpson, Snoopy, Bugs Bunny and Tom & Jerry.

AV Club has an interview with Matt Berninger of The National, which is pretty much the most "AV Club" music interview possible.

Arcade Fire's transitional website and its new "The Suburbs" motif could be a hint at the band's next LP, due later this year.

Mother's Day tweaked the music charts quite a bit this week.

Kirsten Dunst seems like a good fit for an adaptation of "On the Road".

Network TV seems to be making a big comeback if the upfronts are any indication.

Big Boi + Martha Stewart = entertainment!

The Daily Swarm explains what the RIAA's victory over Limewire means for the future of file sharing.

We finish with "Behind the Lines", the new video from Stone Temple Pilots. "Smack My Bitch Up" much?