Official LOST `What The Hell Happened` Link [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago Entertainment

So you all saw the series finale of LOST last night right? OK, lets hear your critiques and theories. Great? Bad? Weird?
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Male 39
A Friend Was Telling Me About LOST Because I Haven`t Seen It... I Asked If The Polar Bears Could Be Behind The Whole Thing Out Of Revenge... Now She Says She Won`t Accept Any Other Ending... >_<
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Male 496
"`And it was all a dream` comes to mind. There is a reason you`re not supposed to use that in stories. Because it`s a big pile of poo."

You mean like eastenders did with bianca and ricky wanting to come back? They just did phil "waking up" in the morning, and the whole last 5 series had been nothing but a dream LOL
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Male 2,893
so waht?
were they all dead the whole time like a predicted?
oh wait, that was the sixth sense.
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Male 1,678
I thought the flashsidewards or whatever you want to call them were stupid and pointless, the only reason they were there was to give some sort of happy ending. All the airtime they wasted with the purgatory dimension thingy could have easily been used as flashbacks to show more of what went on on the island over the years before the crash ... like who the drat built that giant statue and the temple? It was a good show overall but the ending shows they hadn`t a baldies what they were doing during the middle seasons.
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Male 621
The ending was alright if all the other questions had been answered. I had believe they were dead from a few seasons back which would explain all the weirdness on the island. But now we`re told they were all alive on the island and all that actually happened and the flash sideward’s was like purgatory. Wtf?

`And it was all a dream` comes to mind. There is a reason you`re not supposed to use that in stories. Because it`s a big pile of poo.
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Male 5,194
>>Alias. The show started out strong but Abrams ruined it about half-way through.

Agreed. Like a cool new car someone drives straight into a wall for no reason.

>>Abrams needs to stop working in television.

ABSOLUTELY. And movies. The Cloverfield monster was stupid, the red kryptonite (and everything else) in the Star Trek reboot was stupid - who the fcuk has been greenlighting Abrams` projects and giving him all this money and support???
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Female 3,828
Ive never seen lost, but after all the discussions, i think i have to now!
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Female 58
What`s hilarious is that the writers had this ending planed since the first episode! No matter what this was always going to happen. So glad I never wasted my time on it. Well, maybe an hour or two but that`s it!
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Male 571
Pure genius, that`s what happened. I only wish I could go back and watch the whole series again for the first time.
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Male 74
Never watched a single episode and by the sound of things, I`m pretty darn glad I didn`t torture myself with this storyline for 6 years. Maybe I`ll watch it someday...
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Female 4,447
I have never seen Lost.
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Female 1,677
That`s all fine to theorize about if you hadn`t actually seen the show. But they stated quite plainly that the island and the events that happened on it were all very real. The only possible "alternate dimension" in the realm of the show was the flash-sideways world, which was just an afterlife meeting place or whatever. And it didn`t happen alongside their reality, it was after they all died, so it`s not even an "alternate" dimension.

Jack died on the island (after all the crazy things went down), and we can assume Kate/Sawyer etc. made it off the island on the plane. The fact that they all got off the island and came back once before kind of shows that the island exists in the same world/reality as... uh, the world and reality. It`s not purgatory.
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Male 7
Why, not. Maybe purgatory is an alternate dimension where Dharma manidged to go and made experiments. We know that in our world there are entetys that can sometimes overlap in our world, such as ghosts. Mybe this island is a place where all life is created and all life is ended (like Gaia theory). This island is a rare place (dimenision) where real and dead people can interact maybe bring back people, so that`s why smoke lock wanted to return to normal dimension so badly because he new that the island isn`t real. But why press the button* mybe the point is that someone neads to stay to keep the conection open so the island doesn`t shift in time like it did when the button is not pressed.
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Female 1,677
lavic: No.
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Male 1,596
i meant questions
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Male 1,596
the producers have always said the island is not purgatory. that doesn`t fit in with the whole dharma initiative slant. only the flash sideways in season six was the afterlife. i enjoyed the episodes but think an "alternate reality" excuse would have been a better ending than the multi-religious church ending. i didn`t understand how there could be a narrative in a seamingly narrative abhorrent place such as the afterlife. answers are left unanswered- all i wanted to know was why they pushed that friggin button!
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Male 7
My theory is that Jack died and became "the smoke monster" because he was about to die like Jakobs brother (MIB) that went down before. He didn`t move the stone but he bacame the monster and his body was found at the same place as where Jack woke up before he died (so we think). Remeber how Sayid reacted when he was in the same water. The darkness that was inside him... the darkeness is inside Jack and it waits for Jack to die so it can manifest as the black smoke. So the story goes on as Hurly is now Jacob and Jack is the bad guy (smoke Jack) ... so the ending happend only when someone replaced them, so they "went on", this evidence that "the island" is a place like purgatory where they neaded to work things out before going into the light. Mybe this place exists but we know that you must die to go there, but still if you die on "the island" you become like a ghost (voices in the jungle) and that is the point of being "LOST".
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Male 698
lol
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Male 1,929
I just finished watching it. I thought it was a pretty great way to end the story. I think Jack was the only goodie who died a premature death in the final episode. The smoke died, Hurley and Ben got to run the island, Rose and Bernard`s happy life continued, Jack died the way he woke up, and the rest got off the island in the plane. Excellent.

You just have to comprehend the fact that all the non-island stuff in the last season (which is a timeless spiritual concept) had nothing to do with the events on the island, (which actually happened and they were all alive for). It was a great bit of diversion to get us (well, me) thinking how the two things happened simultaneously, when they were infact independent from each other. Loved it.
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Male 203
People watch LOST?
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Male 9
"More I look at everything he`s done, more I realize Abrams is nothing but a two-bit hack."

I was never a Lost fan but I really loved Alias. The show started out strong but Abrams ruined it about half-way through. He was told it was too confusing and that he should dumb it down for the audience...which he did. What I never understood was how Alias was too confusing while Lost wasn`t. I was never able to sit through an entire episode because I kept having a "what the heck is going on here?" moment every five minutes. Abrams needs to stop working in television. He`s only going to end up disappointing people every time.
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Male 5,194
>>didn`t the producers tell us from the beginning that it would all be explained by science

That`s what I remember. Lies. Crap ending. More I look at everything he`s done, more I realize Abrams is nothing but a two-bit hack.
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Male 68
Never seen LOST. Never really cared to watch it.
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Male 722
Lost is and will be the most retarded show ever. "Hey, our plane crashed and we`re sweating to death, oh look, a polar bear."
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Male 25,416
That was dumber than the series lost!
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Male 177
mnieg007 said, "There`s a part of me that thinks LOST was just a ridiculously elaborate and expensive prank by the creators of the show, and it was called LOST not because they were "lost" on the island, but because no one was supposed to understand what was going on."

I personally doubt that, but it makes more sense than Lost ever did.
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Female 75
I was quite disappointed, they spent so many weeks building up this alternate universe linking all the characters and in the end it felt like what I did in primary school when i didn`t have enough time to finnish a story, `And then i woke up...`. Finding out it was all fake was a big disappointment because I really wanted it to be a reality.
If it wasn`t real then why did Juliet say it worked when she blew up the hydrogen bomb? I always assumed she was able to see the alternate universe but now we know it`s pretty much a dream that can`t be the answer.
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Male 213
They were not dead the whole time.

It was just like the ending to Titanic. Some people died on the island, some people made it off, some people lived a long time (like Sawyer and Kate). But they reunited in the afterlife despite their lives.
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Male 349
who gives a poo.
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Male 290
I`ve never seen a single episode of Lost, although I`ve bumped into a few of its mysteries that are circling the internet (especially the one with the number sequence).
I must say, based on the comments here, enough question marks have been left to draw audiences to a potential Lost: The motion picture...
I could be wrong of course...
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Male 1,184
"yes, and didn`t the producers tell us from the beginning that it would all be explained by science (or pseudoscience). So the spiritual ending was totally just cop-out."

Some total morons think religion=science.

Also.. I`ve seen 1 episode of Lost (because it just happened to be on) and it seemed pretty normal to me.. maybe just nothing weird happened in that episode.
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Male 2,034
There`s a part of me that thinks LOST was just a ridiculously elaborate and expensive prank by the creators of the show, and it was called LOST not because they were "lost" on the island, but because no one was supposed to understand what was going on.


Also, I vaguely remember when the show debuted telling people that "I bet they were dead the whole time."
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Male 3,285
Lost was one of the worst shows on tv, apart from heroes and sarah connor chronicles.
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Female 3
I agree with Ria25 I really wanted to know what was going to happen with Walt. I feel like the ending could have been better. It would have been cool if they made it so the Man in Black was actually the good guy.
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Male 447
5Cats I could not disagree with you more about finales of shows.
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Female 1,515
Also, why were Ben, Penny and Desmond in the chapel, but Farraday, the asian guy, Danielle and her daughter, walt and michael ALL not there as well? So weird!
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Male 18
Guess I`m one of the few that never watched the show
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Male 1,674
yes, and didn`t the producers tell us from the beginning that it would all be explained by science (or pseudoscience). So the spiritual ending was totally just cop-out.
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Female 1,515
It was all smoke and mirrors. To distract you from the fact they didn`t actually answer any questions about the island.
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Male 1,674
I think they did a horrible job with the ending. People will say that it`s all bout the characters, but honestly it stopped being a show about characters after the second or third season. Since then it was all about the questions and mysteries of the island - of which they answered next to nothing. Now with the ending that left us with still *more* questions it seems like the mysteries (and hope for answers) where just there to string us along so they could turn a 3 year show into a 6 year money maker.
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Female 125
"I mean, c`mon, they promised to tell us what Jack`s tattoos meant!"

Seriously. So many unanswered questions.

They already explained that seasons ago, with the episode "Stranger in a Strange Land" What I wanted to know was what was up with Walt. :(
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Female 3,574
I have never seen lost.
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Female 1,677
I liked it and don`t care about the loose ends. I never believed they knew where they were going when they started, and I`m fine with that. And Ben didn`t go into the chapel with everyone else because he wasn`t ready to move on yet. All the other people had worked their stuff out and were ready, but Ben still felt like crap about things he had done (hence apologizing to Locke), so he`s going to stay there until he`s ready to move on himself. He`s got more repenting to do basically. That`s how I took it.

Anyway I thought it was very moving, and I got to see Claire & Charlie find each other again, which is the only couple on the show I ever really gave a crap about. So yay!
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Male 36,344
I liked it, it could have been MUCH worse!
B-star Galactica anyone? (worst ending EVER! and that`s saying something, eh?)
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Male 37,888
Maybe you get the other questions answered in

LOST: The Motion Picture
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Male 210
"I mean, c`mon, they promised to tell us what Jack`s tattoos meant!"

Seriously. So many unanswered questions.
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Male 19,839
@sirrix, those are all great theories, but i think you`re closest with your #2 theory.

Everything that happened on the island was real (as confirmed a few times on the show and by the show producers).

Kate, Claire and the other 4 made it off the island on the jet.

Hurley and Ben stayed to take care of the island.

Jack died with the dog on the island with those others we saw die there throughout 6 seasons.

Claire and Kate may have lived long lives and died 60 years later; we don`t know when. Hell, Hurley could have lived 1000 years.

Then, finally, when everyone eventually died, they created "flash-sideways" world so they could "find each other" and "move on" together.

Still, the producers never answered hundreds of important questions. I mean, c`mon, they promised to tell us what Jack`s tattoos meant!
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Male 719
They sell these at ThinkGeek.
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Male 199
lmao@ jamie76, agreed
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Male 15,510
I saw just the first season, I enjoy it but lost interested after that
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Male 4,807
Lost had me LOST after the first season when it started getting all messed up and confusing, so I just started watching the food network instead.
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Female 229
Loved the ending. Sure, some stuff is still not explained but it leaves it up to our imagination now. I cried like a baby at the last 10 minutes or so.
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Male 2,345
itkonlyyou78
Male, 18-29, Midwest US
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how is it this spammer has so many post and has not been banned?

mods??? anyone seen one?
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Female 1,593
So the season finale was the first episode of Lost I`ve ever watched ONLY because the party I went to the people were watching it...yeah fake and gay.
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Male 4,807
Lost had me LOST after the first season when it started getting all messed up and confusing, so I just started watching the food network instead.
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Female 94
he wasn`t in the coffin because they`re all dead

bty, was it just me or did it seem kind of boring? I mean, nothing was really answered except what those weird flashes were
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Female 2,289
i have never seen even one episode of lost.

yay me
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Male 210
(End of #3): Where they are able to see into this other reality and "remember." This doens`t explain Jack`s dad not being in the coffin, though. I`m leaning towards #1 or #2, but have no idea. Thoughts?
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Male 210
@fancy: So true - completely forgot about the Dharma Initiative.

My thoughts: (spoilers): This whole damn story boils down to one of three things:

1. It was all a dream. The show ended as it started, with the dog and Jack on the beach. All of the inbetween could have simply been some hallucination that Jack had as he lay there dying.

2. The "side story" back in LA is some kind of afterlife that they all experience since it was the most important time in thier lives. Everyone at the church is dead, though they died at different times, as Jack`s dad said. (Maybe Ben isn`t dead, cause he doens`t go in to the church. Perhaps he`s still taking care of the island?)

3. When the bomb went off, it actually worked, creating a separate reality where no one crashed on the island. But somehow, the people on the island remained there in this other reality. The cut scenes where people "remember" the island are some paranormal event where t
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Male 183
Apparently, there is going to be an `ending for the ending` on the DVD - 20 extra mintues of stuff.
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Male 24
I did not like the ending... I think they did an OK job tying together season 6, but they did a horrible job completing the series. Too many things happened `just because the island has mystical properties` Looking back, I am not sure what would have really satisfied my need for answers, but now I am left feeling like a wasted a lot of hours of my life :/
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Male 519
um when did this site turn into a lost forum ?
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Female 36
The ending could have been better
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Male 19,839
panth, I knew Brett was gonna win too.

BUT...

LOST was pretty great. I was upset that I didn`t get lots of answers and thinking back, there were lots of tangents along the way (the Dharma Initiative, what the hell?), but the final 20 minutes of the show was pretty emotional.

Mind you, it was no Sopranos, but if the Sopranos was an A+, I give this LOST episode a solid B.
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Female 9,400
I didn`t see Lost, but I did see the Apprentice. I just knew Brett was gonna win.
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Male 782
Nope.
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Male 19,839
Link: Official LOST `What The Hell Happened` Link [Pic] [Rate Link] - So you all saw the series finale of LOST last night right? OK, lets hear your critiques and theories. Great? Bad? Weird?
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