Posts tagged Dominic Monaghan

LOST Video : Dom Talks LOST and Flash Forward ( the show :) )

mswendygravitar8 Looking for content from Comic Con 2009 and found this interview with Dominic Monaghan ( LOST’s Charlie Pace) where he talks a little bit about LOST . This interview also features David S. Goyer ( Batman Begins, The Dark Knight) , co creator of the ABC drama ” Flash Forward” . Dominic will be a cast member of the new drama this fall. πŸ™‚ ( No major spoilers for either show)

* ( Audio is a little low due to the background noise. But hey, it’s ComicCon! πŸ˜‰ )

(Posted on youtube by TVOvermind, Interview by JOpinionated )

Thanks to JOpinionated and TVOvermind for all the ComicCon “recon” . Great job! 8)

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LOST Thoughts : Charlie Nickname Origin # 1

Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan) has been known to make a cheeky little comment now and then. So, here is the first one that I detected, nicknames wise. It is in the episode ” White Rabbit” (Season One) where he is talking to Claire ( Emilie de Ravin) about John Locke ( Terry O’ Quinn) going out to find water for her and the other survivors. She is concerned about him being eaten by the Smoke Monster.

But Charlie thinks ” that geezer with his 400 knives” is much scarier.

The Maven’s Word of the Day states that ” The earliest relevant sense of geezer is ‘an old person (usu. a man), esp. one who is eccentric or offensive’. This sense, first recorded in 1885, is the only one in current use in America.

The sense ‘an odd or unusual person; blockhead’, which was extremely common in America from the 1890s to the 1920s, is now rare.

It is most likely that geezer represents a dialectal pronunciation of the earlier Scots word guiser ‘a person who dresses in fantastic costumes; masquerader; mummer’, derived from guise used as a verb meaning ‘to dress fantasticaly’. This guiser was in reasonably frequent use from the fifteenth century onwards, and deriving geezer from it makes sense both phonetically and semantically. ”

Locke a geezer? Chronologically mature (check), pecular (check), capricious (check) and clothed in garb reinforcing his “Hunter” complex (check). Sorry, John…*hug*

Speaking of check, still cannot figure out how Locke got his little silver Box o’ Ginsus on the plane without having some serious connections. But with who? Let the speculation commence! ( Ron Popeil= Him? )

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LOST Parody : Rock Star


This is a song I wrote for our LATE VH1 has been turned hero, Charlie Hieronymus Pace. (And I freely admit, everytime I get to the “humble moth” part, I get a little “misty”)

(If you’d like to hear more LOST Parodies, click the link or find them under “LOST Parodies” under “Catergories” in the Blogroll)

ROCK STAR

Somebody named Naomi, at least that’s what she told me
Said all on Flight 815 were dead
She was lookin’ quite distressed with a tree branch through her chest
And big beads of sweat on her forehead

Well, the flashes keep comin’. They won’t stop comin’.
Des says it’s cool so I hit the jungle runnin’
Doesn’t make sense not to go with Jin and Hurley and Des to go campin’
So much to do, so much to see.
Worth the trip watchin’ Jin scare Hurley
First lightnin’ then an undertow
Now almost shot with an arrow

Hey now, I’m a big star and my name’s Charlie Pace
Hey now, I’m a rock star. I’m in Drive Shaft, play bass
Our first single went gold
“You All Everybody” really sold

It’s a cool place helpin’ Aaron and Claire
But I’d have to die to get um’ outta here
That 16 year loop message fixture
Keeps us from gettin’ a satellite picture
The Others approach, time’s gettin’ pretty slim
To stop the block, I’ll do a suicide swim
I did set fire to the camp
So not much concerned if I get a little damp

Hey now, I’m a big star and my name’s Charlie Pace
Hey now, I’m a rock star. I’m in Drive Shaft, play bass
Our first single went gold
“You All Everybody” really sold

( “Guys, where are we” 4x’s)

Hey now, I’m a big star and my name’s Charlie Pace
Hey now, I’m a rock star. I’m in Drive Shaft, play bass
Our first single went gold
“You All Everybody” …

Somebody once asked if my inner change would last
Even though there was some stash in this place
I said “Yep!” What a concept
From a junkie and a little inept
To a family man is quite strange

Well, it started with a mother who wanted peanut butter
Ends makin’ friends with Des, my brutha!
Didn’t make sense tryin’ to run from fate
In my case, swim out, before it’s too late
Good thing I had my Sharpie
Gave a message to Des from Penny
Sometimes you just never know
The humble moth is a hero! (Hey, Hey Now!)

Hey now, I’m a big star and my name’s Charlie Pace
Hey now, I’m a rock star. I’m in Drive Shaft, play bass
Our first single went gold
“You All Everybody” really sold
Remember Hugo, “Stay Gold.”
“You All Everybody” really sold.

Rock Star
(Parody of the song “Allstar” by Smashmouth {Interscope, 1999} New lyrics by Wendy Lincoln, 2007)

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LOST Cartoon Art : He Saw a Polar Bear on Roller Blades with a Mango

Charlie Pace (Did you know he was the bass player for Driveshaft? πŸ˜‰ ) (played by Dominic Monaghan)

Happy LOST Thought of the Day: Invisible peanut butter

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