Farewell LOST ...revisited?

Remember that one show, LOST? Well, apparently I wrote a blog post about it right after the finale and never posted it. I'm guessing I didn't post it because everyone else was writing LOST posts, and I probably didn't want to make you throw up from another post about the LOST finale (although, I could have read a million and never toss any cookies). But now that all of the excitement and hype has faded away (for most of us anyway), this was really fun to read and remember what a great show/finale this was. Oh the memories...

It'll probably hit me Tuesday night around 8pm that LOST is really gone. Here is my list of likes and dislikes from finale night:


The clever LOST-themed Target commercials

The viewer's comment that thanked LOST for providing her longest commited relationship

EVERYONE came back! Even Vincent

Any part with Desmond

Jack doing his high kick off the rock when attacking man in black/Locke

Montage of Ben Linus getting beat up

Jimmy Kimmel's Survivor alternate ending

A lot of questions were answered -more than I thought anyway

All of the focus on Jack -I always felt the show was about him anyway. And he's my fav (after Desmond)

Anytime a character would remember everything (It was just so joyful!)


Ending wasn't as clear as I'd hoped it to be. Apparently they did it that way to make it open to interpretation. I don't know how I feel about that yet

Shannon and Sayid making out. I wonder if Boone was still a little jealous

LOST is over

1 comment

  1. See, that's what I loved about the ending. Lost was always mysterious and if the ending was some cut and dry resolution where everything was 100% explained it would've taken away some (most?) of the magic that made Lost great.

    I loved how the finale and Season 6 in general focused on the redemption of the characters. Throughout the whole series you have these characters who are for the most part good people but they just keep making stupid mistakes; they keep messing up their lives and the lives of the people they love. Then finally in Season 6, in the alternate reality and on the Island, they start leading the lives they were meant to live. Jack is a good dad, Kate is unselfish for once, Hurley is happy and not unlucky, John stops lying to Helen, Sawyer is a cop, etc., etc. Season 6 and the finale was about redemption.


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