Red Tahari suit dress worn for viewing of Season 1, Episode 6 “House of the Rising Sun.”
A depiction of Jack on the back of a Starbucks napkin (medium: drips of Cinnamon Dolce Latte from a coffee straw).
Library of books mentioned on Lost, fully annotated and cross-referenced by owner (98 titles in the set).
Shot glass from Sawyer “son-of-a-bitch” drinking game.
Edition of Stephen King’s Carrie, as featured in Season 3, Episode 1, in which all instances of the capital letters “L,” “O,” “S,” and “T” have been dotted and connected by owner, producing a flip-animation of an elephant pulling itself through the head of a tennis racket (owners note: “This has to mean something!”).
Gray sweatpants and “Busting Nuts Since 1972” t-shirt worn for viewing of Season 5, Episode 5 “This Place is Death.”
One-hundred-and-three rejections for manuscript entitled Lost Language: Reading the Scuffs on the Hatch Door.
One Lay’s potato chip shaped in the unmistakable likeness of the squirrel baby, mounted and framed.
Shot glass from “whenever the ocean is visible” drinking game.
A depiction of Jack in the lower right corner of the cease-and-desist order issued to owner on behalf of neighborhood association (medium: pen and ink and pinto beans).
Plywood replica of The Orchid Station, complete with functioning lights, secret elevator, and wormhole to Tanzania (incomplete, see above).
Lost Language: Reading the Scuffs on the Hatch Door, spiral bound at Kinko’s with opaque cover and signed by owner.
Cotton briefs, one knee-high athletic sock, and two potholders worn for viewing of Season 6, Episode 17, “The End.”