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Jorge Garcia Is Taking Fans Around A Tour Of ‘Lost’ Island

This past Monday was the six-year anniversary of Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse’s maligned (to put it lightly) Lost series finale. The two-part episode was directed by Jack Bender, who was also behind the camera for “The Constant,” arguably the entire series’ best episode, and the most recent Game of Thrones, “The Door,” which has a similar time travel vibe to it. Speaking of time travel:

Hurley HAD TO GO BACK to the island where Lost was filmed.

Jorge Garcia returned to his old stomping grounds in Oʻahu, Hawaii, where he led his Instagram followers around a tour of the set. And by “tour of the set,” I mean he pointed out where everyone’s camp tent was near the beach.

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Went to visit my old work. #Lost

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He also took a photo of the ocean (I’m pretty sure you’re thrown in jail if you don’t upload a picture of the ocean to Instagram when you visit Hawaii).

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Mokuleia beach where it all began. #Lost

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Police Beach where it all… Middled? #Lost

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There are many Lost-themed tours available for Oʻahu tourists, but none are guided by someone who was actually on the show. In-between seasons of Hawaii Five-0, which he’s a series regular on, Garcia should drive around the island in Hurley’s rusted van, and offer to give a ride to tourists. People who watched Lost will love it. Everyone else will tell their kids to run away.

(via Instagram)

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