Lost Final Episode Spoiler
May 24, 2010 by Post Team
Richard Vine Blog Episode 16
“I do not believe in many things but I believe in duct tape.”
Do you have your tissues out – is that a tear in my eye? Or do you feel more WTF OMG this morning? Disappointed? Or maybe just a little bit of everything? There is much to break down and digest (with breakfast) this morning, so feel free to skip ahead when you get the chance.
No doubt he felt like a final. The closing high. The stirring music. The way in which all ramps up to a great light to wash over them. The joy of seeing the band back together Lost undoubtedly gives more weight to the idea of producers have been pushing recently: it has always been about the journey of the characters. The end was for the emotional impact: a chance to see the characters (and actors?) Saying goodbye to each other in a hug-off to rival the love in the end of Friends. So if that’s what you want, be satisfied. They gave us an answer too: one that is very similar to that given in Ashes To Ashes on Friday – and Quantum Leap and Battlestar Galactica before them. Everything was on time before you reach the next stage – heaven, the afterlife, whatever you want to call it. (If you go ahead through light, we find all the characters in the other sample mystical hanging around together? Jack – meet Adama Hello Gene, here is Locke!)
Lost seemed to push the pan-religious aspect: it was that he had an Om stained glass and a cross, a symbol of yin and yang, a star of David and a wheel – is supposed to be the big wheel that was in the island? The wheel of life? And how can we realize the obvious symbolism of Dr. Christian Shephard name before? (I loved Kate “Are you kidding?” Line there.) But it was also very Zen offers a line of belief: “there is now here.” Lost So in the world, everyone dies, but at different times and you all get to spend eternity / heaven / the afterlife with the people that were most important in your life – a kind of collective consciousness in which all agree to meet. And that is when everything happens at once. So this final series will be seen Sideways all to come that moment of awakening. When you die, you step out of time – no “now” – and known to all at the same time, in which we all unite as one. Yes, Heaven is a concert of Drive Shaft: in total, now, “You all everybody!”
Ben Hurley thanks for being a good account of the number two, and Ben was a good number one. This suggests that the two began to live their lives as protectors joint island – Hurley neat way to share the responsibility. But why Ben has not quite ready to enter the room with everyone else then? Was just taking a little more time to agree with everything he had done wrong on the island before going to join them? Jack has to kill Flocke – which seemed to lose his immortality after the plug was pulled on the magic island. Along with Richard get your first gray hair. Desmond immunity to electromagnetic forces came very well, and Frank came to fly everyone there.
Of course, if you’re after responses on the other mysteries of Lost, you might not have found. What was the power of the magic numbers? What were the Dharma Initiative doing there in the first place? How could they get a airdrop of supplies? Who built all the Egyptian? What about the debate between free will and destiny? Science and faith? Are we supposed to read the entire Dharma Project, and his life on the island as a metaphor for the way we distract and not focus only on – hey – love? The relentless pressure of the button down the hatch – is that what the writers think of civilization? Of capitalism? Work?
So many questions: What was the real island life and limb Sideways? Or was it vice versa? Or both? Or … The metaphor is not quite add up is for you? Maybe we should leave it to Dr. Christian Shephard: “to remember and let go.”
It feels like a pretty decent final – and, apart from Vincent being there is what we lost in Lost predicted at the start of the season: Jack closed his eyes. But while it is very entertaining and full of great lines and moments, it is difficult to escape the feeling that it’s not quite an ending that coincides with our point of departure six years ago. Maybe that’s the point: it was a great trip, but now it’s time to let it go to great start box in the sky … which will no doubt find another 20 minutes of extra material to mourn and contested.
What are they?
Yes, it is a kind of holding station for your soul, while ordering the emotional baggage from the remains of his life. You may want to call purgatory or limbo. (Steve Busfield indeed!)
What is left open?
Walt is special?
The Others and pirate’s beard.
Rose and Bernard. They lived happily ever after.
Dr. Juliet – it was Jack’s ex.
Frank – who was alive and ready to start the Ahira become fully in Han Solo in the Millennium Falcon mode.
Plastic bottles Flight 815. Yes, plastic bottles really have much time to decompose.
See Polar Bear
They have a shark!
• Kate Desmond: “Christian Shephard – really?” Never noticed that either.
Jack Sawyer: “I’ve been wondering what the hell just happened here.” You’re not alone.
Hurley keeps the references to Star Wars to come: “It’s worse than Yoda.” “I have a bad feeling about this.”
Sun Jin and Juliet: “It’s a girl!”
Jack Locke: “There is always the possibility that I could kill you.”
Flocke Jack: “You’re sort of the obvious choice right?”
Jack Sawyer: “That’s a hell of a context long-Doc.”
Jack Desmond: “What happened happened.”
Sign Charlie lying on backstage: “Bear me to show Wake”
Kate Flocke: “I saved a bullet.”
Sawyer and Kate realize who they are – Bogie and Bacall Island: “Kiss me James!” “You have to Blondie!”
Kate Sideways Dr. Jack: “I do not know Jack, but if you come with me, he will.”
“That my friends is pure music!” Frank launched the Quattro. Sorry, the Ahira plane.
Jack Desmond: “See you in another life brother.”
Dr. Christian Shephard to Jack: “You need to all and that I needed.
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