Fucking crazy, I had no idea Kevin Spacey was making it all up by reading a bulletin board.
Hated it. I mean I can understand trying to stay relevant with world affairs, but the plot's parallels to the Palestinian conflict and the US' tacit support for Israel was a blatant slap in the face to loyal viewers. Totally ruined an otherwise fun, captivating series.
Liked it. Thought the sideways as purgatory was a bit lazy on the part of the writers as this was the first theory about the show. They really set that finale up the whole season with all the awakenings. Thought the Sayid and Shannon thing was a bit forced.
i liked the part where they found the statue of liberty buried in the beach and realized it had been earth all along. also, was anyone else shocked that bruce willis was actually a ghost the whole time?
i think i liked it. i got creeped out by everyone being all zen after they had their visions and they all knew where to go. kinda wanted to see walt come back or eko back from the dead. stupid kate won't die!
I stopped watching after they killed Charlie.
I think Brad Pitt had no choice but to shoot Kevin Spacey after he saw Gwyenth Paltrow's head in a box. In Spacey's defense, I meant goop.com is pretty annoying
what about the part where the island turned out to be luke's father? did that not blow everyone's mind?
I'm just glad Donna and Josh got together, and I'm kinda bummed I don't get to see what a Santos presidency would look like.
i kinda can't believe rachel got off the plane and didn't go to paris but instead stayed with ross. that was way to predictable. also, it was weird that the whole cast ended up in jail for being horrible people.
I was totally shocked when Charlton Heston yelled, "Soilent Green is peeepoollee!"
i was glad when Mr. Schuester died.
While closing the show out with a Journey song is a little fucked out for a TV show, "Wheel in the Sky" was the right song for LostAlso, I totally knew from the first season Rosebud was the sled.
normally i would find most of the sentimental garbage they threw at us last night completely insufferable, but to the credit of the writers, they really made me care about the characters.
I've been waiting all season to find out who shot J.R. and everyone just ends up in a freakin' church hopped up on ecstasy or LSD or something.I was looking for a little more closure but I guess in typical Lost fashion the capstone was left ambiguous to create speculation among the Lost fanatics.
I actually knew that Brad Pitt was actually Hurley's alter ego the whole time.
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