Are you ready?
Skip to comments.Lost Season 6 Series Finale *LIVE* Thread
Posted on 05/23/2010 5:07:40 PM PDT by Lucky9teen
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Are you ready?
The 17th and final episode of Lost airs tonight at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Here's what we're in for:
+ 7-9 p.m.: A recap show that covers all six seasons.
+ 9-11:30 p.m.: The End, Lost series finale
+ 12:05 - 1:05 a.m.: Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost
booo hooooo ;-(
Tell us what happens. lol.
Does Hurley eat everywhere?
Does someone kill everyone else?
I dunno. I was going somewhere with that but I stopped watching sometime in the 3rd season.
The last good show on TV. I guess I can get rid of my set now LOL
It was all a dream in the mind of Bob Newhart.
Why is the fat guy still fat?
If you've watched any of the seasons, Hurley still being fat is the least begging of the implausible scenarios.
What Hurley needs is a comprehensive exercise program and a diet with a larger proportion of protein. He should stick to a diet of fish, nuts and wild boar and spend at least two hours a day swimming vigorously.
Yeah, but we all know he was hoarding that Dharma peanut butter.
I should add, Sawyer and Locke looked kind of porky this season.
I wonder if Charlie will sing that awful song at the concert. We Are Everybody
Naah, he should sing “Champagne Supernova” with his brother.
Ok, that’s funny.
Kenny Rogers ;)
LOL! When all you want is to sit down with a cold one at the end of the day...
Because Hurley is just that awesome! LOL
My theory...... Hurley used his lottery winnings to buy an island and set up all these scenarios just for a power trip....In the end Hurley will be sitting in a room drinking scotch watching TV monitors showing how he is in control....HAHAHAHA just kidding folks
You laugh, but my husband is convinced it will end with it all being in Hurley’s head!!!
No...the writers have promised that they wouldn’t pull any stunts like that. What happened really happened.
So it was all Jack’s death?
was it purgatory?
All of their deaths.
I am speechless.
They are in heaven now.
I believe that Jack was redeemed through the efforts of Christian Shepherd and in the process, all of Jack’s friends were saved as well. Very cool ending.
Nope. Everybody died and everybody got off the island.
This show may have had some rough spots in the middle, but its beginning was the most amazing piece of television I’ve ever seen, and the ending was a worthy one.
It was beautiful. I’m numb right now.
It was the ending I expected for more than half the series, but they managed to sidetrack me.
I don’t think so. The island was symbolic for individual existence.
It has everything: karma, one true love, duct tape
The ending is about everyone remembering who they really are and that all are connected. The island adventure is symbolic of the journey that relates all together. Very cool presentation of this spiritual concept.
“Nope. Everybody died and everybody got off the island.”
I don’t get it. I loved it, but didn’t understand it. (Much like Obamamania!)
If some got off the island in the plane, but they were all dead, what happened? There’s some connection I’m not making. Help!
I don’t understand what happened to Richard, Miles and Lapidus.
Ben didn’t feel worthy?
“It was beautiful. Im numb right now.”
I hear you. In this day and age I never, ever expected a TV series to end the way Lost did. Just wow! :-)!
Note: This is not a putdown of “Lost”...it is just the impression of someone who has never seen it before tonight.
LOL...my wife is a “Lost” addict, and I have never watched it. Tonight, she really wanted to watch it with someone else, so...being her loving husband, I agreed to watch it with her. We began at 1900 and just finished up.
I have to say...it was not good for me. It was like Chinese Water Torture to me. I don’t watch television at all, and haven’t for years.
Now, don’t get me wrong. My opinion on Lost, having watched it tonight for the first time, was what I would rightfully expect anyone in my position to experience.
“Can’t I go surf Free Republic?”
“No. And don’t bring the laptop in here, either.” So I watched and tried to get into it.
Hehehe, my wife did her level best to explain stuff to me, but...I gotta say: the first two hours of watching the self-love fest they were all showering on themselves was a bit off-putting to me, but...as I said, I am pretty sure I would have felt otherwise if I had watched it all alone. I have now fulfilled my husbandly duties...off to bed, and...
My condolences to all you “Lost” addicts out there...I can imagine it is like reading a really good book you don’t want to end, and when you do get the end, you feel a disappointment that it...ended!
It’s ok that it ended. I’m glad they didn’t drag it out year after year.
The alternate universe was purgatory. Or that’s how I see it.
During the scene with Jack and his father, the stained glass in the window had symbols for all of the major religions. They created that place to find each other, according to Christian. That way, all of them could meet there - Sayid was Muslim, the Korean couple were I believe Buddihst...
Dunno. Im going to have to ponder this one. Not a homerun, like the ending of “Six Feet Under”, but not a slap in the face like “The Sopranos”.
I guess the rest, we can decide upon in our own mind - like who exactly was Widmore, why was he involved, and why was he doing what he was.
And THANK YOU to the writers for reuniting Hurley with Libby. That guy need to catch a break, for once.
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