The final season. Us LOST viewers can finally say “Is this really it?”. After all of these years of confusion and lose of our favorite characters, can we believe that they really mean to end this constant pull of aggravation? After the recap show prior to the season premier, we can conclude that there was no reason to watch the last season. Or for that matter the last episode of the fifth season, for they kept replaying the last scene of that episode over to where you weren’t even sure if they accidently hit the repeat button. Through all of these frustrating moments, you come to your senses and can calm yourself down enough to watch the season premier. In which you understand that it may have all been worth it if it hadn’t been for the placement of more commercials over the actual show. You get the idea that ABC was more concerned with getting money for the commercial slots rather than more viewers of the show. Of course, most avid LOST goers would not have changed the channel just because of the constant repeat of commercials. Very smart ABC. Now that we are all updated on what shampoo to use and what terrible fast-food chains to eat at, we can watch the show thinking of burgers and shinny hair.
The show itself only seem to cause more confusion and more questions rather than answering them, but can we believe that they would change this concept just for the fact that this is THE FINAL SEASON. I think not. After viewing the terrible graphics of what the island looked like underwater, you could watch the show with idea that they never showed it. Many Jack fans, I would assume, believe that it was not his fault that Juliet had passed on. Nor the fact that Sayid fatal death of drowning was either. Although they show at the very end of the show that Sayid was not dead. We saw the rage of Sawyer as he thought in his mind the killing of Jack by his own hands. This they did not actually show, but could tell by the acting of Josh Holloway. It’s all in the eyes. Lock was no longer Lock as far as we could tell. His body belong to the soul of the smoke monster which was introduced in earlier seasons. Was this soul-like character the good or bad guy? We don’t know yet. It seems that the French get the feeling that he may be the bad. Killing people doesn’t make you a bad guy just yet does it? We will have to see. They made a very disturbing concept of knowing that each character left on the island or even those who were supposed to be killed off, had been able to live two lives in two different time frames. Could this be the beginning of a split life? Keep watching to find out.