I just finished watching the last episode of Lost.
I know. I’m about four years behind the rest of you who saw the series finale when it aired way back in 2010. But what can I say? I like to wait until TV shows are over so I can watch them in their entirety at my leisure. Or I can cram a whole season into a weekend. It all depemds on my mood.
I had heard that the ending of Lost was unsatisfying for many and left a lot of unanswered questions. I didn’t find that to be true for me. I loved the ending. And don’t worry, I won’t spoil it for you if you haven’t seen it.
Well, I changed my mind. So sue me.
Don’t read any further if you don’t want to know how the show ends. Go make some popcorn or go take a restroom break.
I love the way they were all reunited at the end. I especially love how it took place in a beautiful church building. I don’t care if they were all dead and ghosts or whatever. It gave me a good picture of what heaven will be like. Especially with how they brought back all the characters they had killed off in previous episodes.
Ok. You out there who didn’t want to know about the series finale can start reading again. No more spoiler alerts. Or spoilers.
I love a good story told well, whether the medium is a book or a movie or TV series. I love the satisfaction of having my expectations thwarted only to find the outcome was better than my predictions. God is like that.
Now I have to find the next TV series to get hooked on. I’m currently taking ideas and suggestions. Or I could just read a good book.