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Lost on Sesame Street

March 10, 2010

We have a lot of competitions ahead of us the next couple of weeks. And when I say a lot, I mean two.

The Ultimate Lost Fan Promo Contest. Since it’s the final season of Lost, the show has started a contest to see who can create the best promo for the show. There are some existing video material, sounds and music on the site that can be used to edit together as masterpieces. And since I have discovered that B.G. the Bodyguard next to being a ladies man also is a skilled editor I have decided that he take part in this.

The big prize for winning is you get your promo broadcasted during one of the last Lost shows and you also get invited to a Lost party held in Hollywood. And since getting to Hollywood is our main objective we would love to go. And drink Carlsberg with the cast.

The contest agreement is however a bit fuzzy. The beginning of the agreement states:

  1. I am a legal U.S. resident, am at least 18 years of age and am eligible to enter the Contest;
  2. I understand and acknowledge that the defined terms in this Agreement have the meaning given to them in the Official Rules.
  3. I have read and understand and have fully complied with the Official Rules, and I agree to abide by the Website’s Terms of Use.

We don’t understand any of this. Maybe it’s because we are from Sweden and our English isn’t up to speed with all the legal jargon. The only thing I do get from the three aforementioned rules is that there are no problem with us entering this contest. Look out Hollywood, the Swedes are coming!

The second contest is the Aniboom/Sesame Street Competition. With the tagline Animate to Educate they want the competitors to create new animated materials and characters to compete for a spot on the Sesame Street show.

I am such a Sesame Street fan. I grew up watching the show and had all the merchandise. The dolls, the coloring books, the videos, and so on. I’m really psyched about doing the Lost contest but even more about the Sesame Street one. We still just have loose ideas on what to do, but we’ll get there. So don’t be surprised if you see Lunki and Sika as part of the Sesame Street cast next year. Just be happy. And buy the dolls.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Aaron permalink
    March 10, 2010 10:59

    Wow, awesome characters, looks really professionally, i wanna know more.
    peace out
    Aaron

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