Some people call him the hatch cowboy; some people call him the gangster of love. But to us he’s just Hurley, the immensely likeable everyman on the TV show Lost. For series stalwarts, Jorge Garcia has become the main reason to continue tuning in during the show’s occasional low points (see Sun and Jin Flashback Filler Vol. 12). Jorge's affable personality and admirable character traits shine through in his acting on the show. If you ever imagined yourself stuck on that island, chances are you imagined yourself as him. In real life he's got a sense of humor, he avoids drama, and he's also a gamer. He's one of us.
At least that’s how it played out in my head. We really just chatted over the phone about videogames.
Have you seen the trailer yet for the Lost videogame?
After I moved to Hawaii a buddy and I both got Xbox Live accounts so that we could catch up that way. Since then, I’ve tried to keep pretty up to date. Having a little disposable income benefits that. I bought the PS2 just so I could play Guitar Hero. I have a Wii now and an Xbox 360.
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