Has anyone not seen the last episode? Still seeking answers to questions you always wanted to know? Then, this is the way to go!
If I can live my life understanding the people around me are more important than the problems I’m working through, then I will truly have learned something valuable.
Even if I don’t know who parachuted in the Dharma food supply.
Mark Sommer on discovering his reading ability was better than he thought, and other things he discovered because he was… err… watched LOST.
Rachel Havener shares her thoughts on LOST. Feel free to share your opinions in the Comments Section!
HJ Editor Jacob Sahms shares his thoughts about the cultural phenomenon that was LOST.
In the end, it is not really about me anyway. Not Lost, not life – nothing. It is God’s story; I am along for the ride. Does he care for me and want good things for me? Absolutely. Did the makers of Lost? I don’t know. But it sure was a fun ride, and in the end I was thoroughly, completely, and 100% entertained!
Lost says goodbye. Was it all that we were hoping for? Was this the finale we wanted for one of TV’s best shows?
Seay: “An Iraqi soldier, a con man, a woman who kills her father, a surgeon who’s an alcoholic – on the surface, there’s nothing attractive about these people. Yet, we have fallen in love with them. I think it’s because we’re broken in similar ways.”
Once that last episode—entitled “The End”—airs on May 23, there’s no more LOST. So, like other Losties, what’s been on my mind a lot lately is exactly how it’s going to go down. What will happen last? How will it all be resolved?
In preparation for the final season of LOST, I invite you to spend some time here at Hollywood Jesus exploring what we have written about the series over the past few years. Click through for a detailed list.
New to the show? Go back to Season One. Trying to get ready for the big finale? Then sit back, grab some food, and enjoy one of the best shows on television. Really, I can’t get this show out of my head.
Tomorrow night there will be a one-hour recap followed by the two-hour season finale. Will we be any closer to answering Kate’s question: “Since when did shooting kids and blowing up hydrogen bombs become OK?”
Whatever is going to happen is going to happen anyway, so why bother? This theme was center stage in last night’s episode of LOST. Many thought the “time travel thing” ruined LOST. I think that now it is starting to get even more intriguing.
Lost is driving me crazy, but the ride is worth it.
Fans of ABC-TV’s LOST are eagerly waiting its return. Will six full hours of LOST over two Wednesday nights be enough for those of us who have been waiting so long?
We as humans have rich and complicated pasts. We are all fascinating characters, really. We’re full of flaws, foibles, and triumphs… Lost capitalizes on the fascinating nature of complex people in extreme situations, and we’re all blessed by the thrilling process.
Fans of the hit TV show LOST are eagerly waiting for the show to return. “The LOST Library” will be examining books which have influenced the writers of the show. We hope to enhance your viewing experience by expanding your knowledge about these books. Come join us!
So where is Lost going? Will fauns and talking beavers help John Locke decide what to do? Will Father Christmas offer Jack and Kate magic objects to help them get home? Will we find a secret room with a Magician who has found the secret Atlantis dust?
I believe that cult followers of Lost, me included, get a type of spiritual sustenance and inspiration from the show because of these biblical echoes, this spiritual truth smuggled as television. We get sustenance because Lost gives in kind to what we’re all really seeking.
over,” Jack says. Who they were before the crash was their old nature. This time on the island represents their chance at redemption — if they want it. When stripped of the conventions of society, without the veneer of civilization, are we the cast of Lord of the Flies waiting to happen or can we rise above our basic nature?