It only ends once.

Love this comment on TV Fanatic regarding the LOST finale...
The show spoke to us. More than anything, Lost rose to prominence because fans loved to debate it and discuss it online, at work, in restaurants. In many ways, we're responsible for its success; not just because we watched, but because we became immersed in it. In this way, the finale didn't just speak to Jack, it spoke to all of us: we aren't dead, but we are part of a community that relied on each other and had an incredible, memorable experience with a group of strangers.
Oh, and if you're wondering when I'm writing my wrap up thoughts on the finale... I don't know yet. I don't even know if I am going to write anything. If I'm ready to write anything.

Just know that I loved the finale. I loved the show. I was not disappointed. I'm not going to pretend to know it all, but I'm not mixed up in theories. I'm not asking any more questions. What happened, happened.


Sam Hargadine said...

I felt the same way - loved it. I felt like it was a phenomenal ending to a season that didn't really start rolling until the second half. Farewell, LOST - we'll be seeing you in DVD players for years to come!

Danielle said...

Totally agree Sam! I've got Aug 24th on my calendar already... can't wait for that box set!


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