May 24, 2010 by Post Team
“Live together, die alone or” Jack Shephard, once told his fellow survivors of Flight 815.
‘Lost’ fans across the country understands that proclaims the heart, meet regularly in small and large groups to see the series finale of one of the most celebrated and discussed in the history of television shows.
Consensus, live and Internet: emotionally satisfying (if confusing as hell).
In New York at AOL Television viewing party hosted by Professor Thom’s bar in the emotional final was almost universal acclaim (and sneezing audible).
“It was very surprising, unexpected, satisfying, confused – like everything else ‘Lost’ has ever done,” said Paulo Maya.
His friend Kenny Rael agreed. “It’s over just like all the series deserves. I was saying something before I walked down here – tonight’s episode does not matter. ‘Lost’ is seen as the entire series, should not be seen as an episode. [The ] final exceeded my expectations. I’m f *** ing on the moon. ”
“I’m satisfied, I thought it was appropriate emotionally, I thought it was appropriate in terms of the mythology of the show and thought it was executed well,” said another party-goer, Emily Hughes.
“I’m not sure you understand completely,” said Alex Pino, “But perhaps on reflection, it makes sense.
Before the end, many fans and writers listed questions they wanted answered. Brian Kimmelblatt hoped to obtain more information about Jacob’s cabin. That did not happen, but he still “liked [the] end … It was good in its way. I definitely think I need to sit on it and think about it,” he said.
As for the unsolved mystery of Jacob’s cabin. “That was something I expected, but I think I can draw my own conclusions about it,” he said.
Not all customers to be satisfied with the left, however. More assistants to the party, who refused to be named, complained: “Nothing has been explained.”
For Sunday, three friends – Mike Berlin, Alex Green and Aaron Rosenthal – spent 94 hours watching the entire series of ‘Lost’ in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of consecutive hours of watching television. It hopes to raise $ 100,000 for charity Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, Doctors Without Borders and The Nature Conservancy.
So, after 94 hours straight – that was worth?
“It was fantastic, it was a fun experience,” he said in Berlin. “More than anything else, was the fact that we were doing for charity, something the three of us deeply believe … and do it with my friends was a joy for me personally. It was fun because everyone enjoy show. ”
It may take some time for the final and the series to sink in, but Berlin believes that fans will go back and find new dimensions to the ‘lost’ history.
“In looking back again to go back, there are a lot of things that begin to return,” he said. “If anyone ever choose to look the same way – and I hope you never spent the 94 hours it took us – I think they’ll find that there is real consistency and fluidity in history that has never been attempted or successful “Lost” just made on television. ”
On the Internet, fan reactions extended from euphoria to grudgingly admire indignant.
TV Squad Jason Hughes wrote: “There has been nothing like it on television, and can never be again. This happened at all is a miracle.”
“‘The End’ was an epic that I was emotionally draining mourn,” wrote Jeff “Doc” Jensen at EW.com
“It was bold – I’ll give it,” Emily Nussbaum wrote in the blog New York Magazine Vulture.
“We have learned nothing from two years and a half after slow bullshttery backed by a soundtrack of syrup,” wrote Max Lee on Gawker.com.
Stay tuned for more fan reactions (his post in the comments section!) Reviews from critics, the Twitterverse and Facebook, and a very special episode of our ‘Lost’ show, Instant Dharma.
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