Thursday, May 25, 2006

Lost Season Finale

I don't watch 24, Jack Bauer holds no allure. I stopped watching American Idol when allegations of vote counting scandals surfaced in season 2. No thanks, Washington State has it's fill of that in regular politics; besides, Simon Cowell wins every year anyway. Lost is the tv show for me and boy, was it a slam bang season finale last night.

Lost provides a valuable public service - it keeps alot of people obsessing over conspiracy theories they know are fake. Can you imagine if these folks obsessed over Rove in Democratic Underground or Vince Foster's murder elsewhere? No, it's best that they go off chasing the Hanso Foundation.

What happened to the denizens of Oceanic Flight 815 last night? Well, we found out that the man purporting to be Henry Gale (Fenry) pulled a Verbal Kint. We found out that the numbers do mean something. Michael and Walt were reunited and got away. The Skipper killed Maryanne to persuade the natives to give him a fishing boat and a map to Hawaii so he and Gilligan could get away - holey moley.

Damon Lindeloff has thrown down the alien gauntlet to the obsessive fans in the form of a four toed statue. Two people died and no less than nine main characters lives are now in jeopardy. After all, do you believe Fenry's claim to be the "good guys"? Me neither.

4 comments:

Unwritten said...

I have a lot of good questions and comments on the LOST episode on my blog as well.

WhidbeyIslander said...

I am surprised that you believe that Locke, Eko, and Desmond are dead!

Have you seen the bodies? Are there graves in the Castaway's graveyard?

Pshaw. They will return when the time is right.

"Death is a primitive concept. I prefer to think of him fighting evil in another dimension!"

WhidbeyIslander said...

I am surprised that you believe that Locke, Eko, and Desmond are dead!

Have you seen the bodies? Are there graves in the Castaway's graveyard?

Pshaw. They will return when the time is right.

"Death is a primitive concept. I prefer to think of him fighting evil in another dimension!"

Celestino. said...

It is inappropriate to have a British judge, in an American singing competition.