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05-24-2010 , 12:12 AM
colbert delivers haha.
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05-24-2010 , 12:13 AM
The Kimmel show is better than the finale by about 837583547563785623785263576%
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05-24-2010 , 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by RacersEdge
would you recommend a friend to watch all 6 seasons given this ending?
its the trip, not the destination. def would recommend.
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05-24-2010 , 12:14 AM
How ****ing lucky was it that the group only needed each other to move on? Like if I need Katie in order to move on and she needs Jill and so on ... WTF? You'd never move on until every person is dead.
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05-24-2010 , 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by squeek12
I thought the ending was really good. It made me realize that I didn't care about the island mysteries as much as I thought I did, and I cared about the characters more so.

I'm on board with those who think everything that happened on island was real, and that the alt. timeline was limbo. In fact, I think anyone who doesn't realize this either wasn't paying much attention or is a dumbass.
qfmft
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05-24-2010 , 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by PaulieWlnuts
just so lame/too easy to go with a religious type ending
Agreed, I was really disappointed by this aspect.

It satisfies the most people without having to write a super drawn out conclusion explaining all the islands mysteries.

As an atheist I thought the church setting was detestable for the conclusion. It should have been a beach sunset or mountaintop view, etc.
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05-24-2010 , 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted by RacersEdge
would you recommend a friend to watch all 6 seasons given this ending?
I need some more time to process, but I think this may be one of the best shows I've ever seen. Given how bad the endings to other shows have been, I would definitely recommend it. (But I am actually liking the ending.)
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05-24-2010 , 12:15 AM
Really loved the first 2 hours, the last 30 minutes, I think I really liked it too, but need to process it all

Locke-Jack battle was pretty awesome, good effects with the rain

Shannon-Sayid, seriously????? That was my only real gripe.

Well done Lost, I'm sure I'm always going to look back on this fondly, and hopefully be able to watch it with my son.
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05-24-2010 , 12:15 AM
Answers will never come guys
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05-24-2010 , 12:15 AM
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Originally Posted by RacersEdge
would you recommend a friend to watch all 6 seasons given this ending?
Yes, and I hated pretty much all of season six (and all the filler crap from season three).
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05-24-2010 , 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by swingdoc
How ****ing lucky was it that the group only needed each other to move on? Like if I need Katie in order to move on and she needs Jill and so on ... WTF? You'd never move on until every person is dead.
There is no time, so "until every person is dead" doesn't make sense.
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05-24-2010 , 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by RacersEdge
would you recommend a friend to watch all 6 seasons given this ending?

if your friend likes a schmultzy emotional crap answer-free ending that makes the whole series meaningless yes. otherwise tell your friend to just watch 1-5 and make up his own ending.
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05-24-2010 , 12:17 AM
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Originally Posted by dmolition
The show isnt about the island at the end is about the characters and there journey,
i liked the ending all the moving encounters and all but since i thought alt timeline was alternate universe, how does it explain that desmond in purgatory remembered by being thrown into a huge Electro magnetic room on the island?
Purgatory is another life until you remember the old one? then you're gone?
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explain your thoughts here please.
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Originally Posted by pawnshop
Everyone seems to be overlooking the fact that Desmond seemed to go back and forth between the island and the "flash-sideways/purgatory/whatever." Does anyone have an explanation that doesn't conflict with current theories?
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Originally Posted by Kos13
Then how the hell did Desmond "purg-travel" and know exactly what was going on simply because he turned a key a few years ago?

Hurley and Ben talking. Hurley says that he can't get Desmond home. Then Ben says, "That's how Jacob ran things." That implied to me (at the time) that Hurley probably sent Desmond back into the alt-timeline.

This was before I realized it was purgatory.

Somehow, though, I still think that Hurley might have had something to do with Desmond being extra aware in purgatory.

I was pretty sure when it was alt-line....until it was purgatory.
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05-24-2010 , 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by econophile
we don't need no explanation
we don't need no worthy goal
hey, jacob
leave those kids alone
all in all
it's just a line of chalk on the wall
A+
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05-24-2010 , 12:20 AM
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Originally Posted by SoloAJ
Probably the same place Ben was. Outside the church.

Michael was never really part of the original Losties in spirit. He was a different fella.

Or something.
racist ban imo
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05-24-2010 , 12:20 AM
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Originally Posted by imsomucked
why the hell did Eloise tell Desmond that he wasn't supposed to be helping them if it wasnt an alt timeline????? WTFFFFFF
because they have to realize it for themselves, they aren't suppose to be brought along that they are dead? i mean, that's one of the most obvious things, did you watch the show?

to people complaining about the island/light etc, it is the gateway to evil. did you not see how when desmond pulled the plug, the white light went away, and a dark red light filled the area with smoke rising? it made everyone mortal (smoke monster, protector) but it was destroying the one thing that kept evil away from everything else. if the island was destroyed, evil would consume the world.
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05-24-2010 , 12:20 AM
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Originally Posted by SoloAJ
Hurley and Ben talking. Hurley says that he can't get Desmond home. Then Ben says, "That's how Jacob ran things." That implied to me (at the time) that Hurley probably sent Desmond back into the alt-timeline.

This was before I realized it was purgatory.

Somehow, though, I still think that Hurley might have had something to do with Desmond being extra aware in purgatory.

I was pretty sure when it was alt-line....until it was purgatory.
I'm pretty sure that Desmond's extra awareness all came from Charlie driving his car into the water. There wasn't a hint of awareness in Desmond before that.
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05-24-2010 , 12:20 AM
Terry O'Quinn, Michael Emerson >>>>>>> Matthew Fox
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05-24-2010 , 12:21 AM
I feel bad for all those who are stuck on the island mysteries. You're missing the point! Didn't you become attached to the characters in a way that you might not have realized until the very end? The mysteries kept me hooked and allowed me to get to know the people. IMO, that was their purpose.
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05-24-2010 , 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by ShamWow
Terry O'Quinn, Michael Emerson >>>>>>> Matthew Fox
Michael Emerson >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> All
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05-24-2010 , 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by NeilECU
Everyone needs to watch JKL.
if he's on ABC - I don't get him
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05-24-2010 , 12:22 AM
Here's to hoping Cuse and Lindeloff are like JK Rowling and they are willing to answer anything and everything about their franchise. But I highly doubt that will be the case, I think they will take the David Chase route.
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05-24-2010 , 12:22 AM
btw, did I miss it or did they not explain how ben got out from under the tree?
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05-24-2010 , 12:23 AM
These writers suck. In the first few seasons it looked like they had some sort of plan/direction. Then at some point they realized they had way too much crap going on and they just started throwing on band-aid explanations or just not even bothering to explain at all core parts of the show that they had been playing up for multiple seasons. Then coming into the last season they realized it would be way to difficult to try to tie everything back together and its so much easier just to make up some more bull**** and do nothing to bring actual closure to anything.

I will say tho that the first few seasons were A+ they just got severely sidetracked somewhere along the way.
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05-24-2010 , 12:23 AM
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Originally Posted by squeek12
I feel bad for all those who are stuck on the island mysteries. You're missing the point! Didn't you become attached to the characters in a way that you might not have realized until the very end? The mysteries kept me hooked and allowed me to get to know the people. IMO, that was their purpose.
Really? I felt the exact opposite.
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