ABC series wraps up after a 120-hour run
I'm already experiencing post-Lost-syndrome! I'm so glad this show was created!
Now, if we could just save FlashForward!
I think LOST is the greatest show ever. Nothing else even comes close to it.
The writing, acting music and scenery are all amazing. My only regret is that I
didn't start watching it until I discovered it towards the end of season 2. I
was hooked after watching five minutes and never missed an episode the rest of
the way. I even got my brother hooked on it and he hates pretty much everything
on t.v. I still think they could do another year or two but understand why
they're ending it. In response to attentive who commented earlier asking
about Walt and Michael: I went to the Lost Talk Times showing at the theater
last night and they (Lindelof and Cuse) both basically said that you will see
something on that. I hope this doesn't blow anything but since Carlton Cuse
said it I don't think it's too spoilery but he said you will see Malcolm David
Kelley (Walt) in the finale. They also showed a clip from the finale and the
very end basically hinted very strongly that Walt is going to be important. It
didn't actualy show him.
I'm also a watcher of this story. I think one of the difficulties with this show
is that year one the story wasn't sure where it was going? I also recall that
there was some doubt about it's stay power. After 2 years it needed story
development and a finally I think year 1 was cool but no direction year 2 was
lame and nearly killed the show after that it looked to be going places but it
had to drop certain story lines it had to drop the polar bears and darma
initiative as the bad guys or others. Had this show or future shows been 6 year
deals from the get go with the end in sight it could have been much better, as
is the show we are all watching isn't the same show we all started watching 6
years ago. Problem is producers are not certain of public interest.
JP - They have not exactly revealed why Jack's neck was bleeding last week or in
the season 6 opener.
The cast really made this show a hit. Great cast of characters. Awesome
twists. And who wouldn't want to be marooned on a tropical island anyway?!?!
We're gonna miss Lost almost as much as we'll miss Harvey Unga. I still can't
believe Harvey's gone...
Like some of the others who have commented, my wife and I have been with LOST
almost from the very beginning. It has been one heck of a ride, and we have
enjoyed it all. No other show that has ever been on television can compare with
LOST. I think it's the greatest TV show of all time, in so many different ways.
The character development was so outstanding that after six years, these people
seem like members of our own family. It's like Terry O'Quinn said recently: the
finale feels like when you get to the end of a book and you don't want it to
end, but you close the book and feel grateful for how good the book was. We are
excited for the finale on Sunday, but it will be hard to say goodbye to a show
that has been so fun for so many years.
Anybody know why Jack's neck was bleeding to start out this week's episode?
Call me 'old fashioned', but for me a story should have a beginning, a middle,
and an end. I understand that the writers don't want to answer every question
(then why ask!), but to leave us hanging, knowing that we will be
upset...wanting more! How frustrating!!!But, as my friend said
recently, "Better to have loved "Lost", than never to have loved at all!!!
The show runs from 8-10:30, FYI....
My wife and I have enjoyed the ride. Lost is pretty much the only show we watch
every week. Can't wait to see how it all wraps up. It will be a little sad.
Great series, I've been with it the entire run and can't wait to see how it
ends. Not every episode has been great, but it's one of the most ambitious and
satisfying shows I've ever watched.RE: attentiveMichael
died in the season four finale, sacrificing himself so several others could
escape. He's appeared a few times as a ghost. We saw Walt living with his
grandmother, and Locke chose not to try to bring him back to the island because
he was happy.
I have been an 'investor' for the entire series run and it has been worth every
minute. I'm a pretty savvy viewer and this show has just been one ride after
another, and yes, I've been LOST half the time- and glad of it. Between LOST and
Jack Bauer going postal last week, this is going to end up being a memorable end
of two great series.
OK. We've all heard that a lot of our questions will be answered. I sure hope
to find out what the heck happened to Michael and his son, Walt. They
disappeared and never returned. The dog showed up a few times to lead people to
different things, but never to Walt and Michael. Where ARE they?!?!
I was LOST after season 3. Got ridiculously complex, and the fat guy on an
island with no brbq, got fatter.