… ignored Jack Bender (pictured left) for drama series direction. He only helmed the best episodes of season ("The Incident, parts 1 and 2"; "Namaste," "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham," among others) Need we say more??
And how did "Lost's" badass cinematographers get completely shut out?
Oh, and what about one of the most talented composers working in film and TV today — Michael Giacchino (pictured right) who still writes mini- movie scores for "Lost" every week that are recorded by a LIVE ORCHESTRA, not a souped-up synthesizer or computer.
He kept the insanely emotional quality going on "Lost" this past season even when he was kinda busy with a few other projects — little movies called "Up" and "Star Trek," not to mention working on J.J. Abrams' Fox drama "Fringe."
What more does it take?