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Magazine Issues Tweet Challenge To 'Lost' Fans

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The Atlantic magazine challenged readers to describe the whole plot of TV's Lost in one tweet. The winners will be announced next week. The show's last episode is Sunday.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

Six seasons and a lot going on - 48 survivors on an island, time travel, inscrutable plot twists. And now that the finale of "Lost" is finally upon us, Atlantic´┐Żmagazine is offering a challenge. Sum it all up in a tweet. Among the entries this week from Vicky Page: Disproportionate number of good looking people on same plane. Crash. More good looking people show up. Things go badly. Wonder why.

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