Demonic Ninja Llama

He can't keep quiet anymore


Don’t expect answers to all your questions in tonight’s series finale.  LOST, like life, is full of mystery and unanswerable questions.  I agree with this essay in the LA Times:

There have been too many characters, too many random images and scattered loose ends, to expect any unified theory of “Lost,” well, I’m not particularly anxious to get one. Answers kill mysteries, and in a mystical mystery like “Lost,” the answers will never be as good as the slippery things you can almost imagine.


No matter what happens in the finale, the journey will have been worth the ride:

This is the way we’ll remember Lost – less a destination than a journey, less a compelling answer than a series of confounding, fascinating questions. For six years – a flash before our eyes – we asked those questions of one another, using the luxuries of the modern age to enhance rather than spoil the mysteries before us. The final episode of Lost may disappoint. It may frustrate. But it shouldn’t negate the messy, bewildering and often brilliant ride it took to get there.


May 23, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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