Monday, May 24, 2010

Lost: In Translation

I have to say that, with the exception of the episode where Gary died on thirtysomething (and the funeral episode that followed) and the last six minutes of Six Feet Under, I don't think I've cried as much throughout an episode of a TV show like I did last night while watching the finale of Lost.

Overall, I really liked the way that the show ended and was genuinely moved by almost every single reunion "ah-ha" moment each cast member experienced. On a variety of spiritual, philosophical and emotional levels, I was really pleased.


Of course, I have a GAZILLION questions that I'd like to have answered and/or explained. It's taking all of my willpower to stop myself from going to just "one more" Web site to read just "one more" set of comments from people to find out what they think it all meant. It's fascinating to me how vastly different people react to and interpret the same experience.

I love it.

Hopefully, one day soon, Oprah or Chelsea Handler will get the creators together and just have a big ole "Lost: WTF?" interview and finally let us know some of those answers.

Until then, I'm just going to go to one more site and see what these people have to say....

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