As the lost juggernaut approaches its finale, hurley looks back and explains how he keeps his head.

As told to Joe La Puma; (GROOMER) CHELBI HARRIS/A DIFFERENT VIBE HAIR SALON, L.A.AVOID STEREOTYPES.
I've had some fans who've actually been in institutions who send me letters. It's a touchy subject, but they appreciate the depiction of the character and the fact that Hurley was in an institution but wasn't a cartoon or caricature. He's not the stereotypical person in a mental institution.

INDULGE YOUR GREEN THUMB.
I escape in two ways. I'll go work on my garden, getting dirty basically. It's either that or I play this game on my computer called Plants vs. Zombies, where you're protecting your house from zombies by planting plants that fight them back. I guess both are plant-themed, aren't they?

COMMIT TO THE 'FRO.
The thing about curly hair is when you're growing it out, the in-between awkward phase will last a lot longer because the 'fro just stays for a while until it's heavy enough to flop over. You really have to commit if you're going to grow out curly hair. But there's nothing like it when you have long hair.

RAISE HELL THIS SUMMER.
The last season of Lost kind of feels like the last year of high school, where you're starting to have some fun with everybody, and a lot of memories are coming back. It's a little melancholy. We see the sadness coming, but we're keeping it at bay until we're working on the final week.