When I drove home from our small LOST breakfast gathering this afternoon I thought about what I should or would write about it here in my blog. After a few minutes consideration I decided to keep it short.
I loved LOST from season 1. It was one of the best TV shows I’ve ever watched, with so many twists and turns and I don’t think there ever will be a show which keeps me thinking and discussing the events as much as LOST did. I enjoyed the season finale immensly. It was the perfect combination of emotions and suspense and tears and laughter and everything. Until… well until Jack met his father and we heard the explaination of what the sideway storyline in this last season was all about. And honestly that ending was quite the disappointment to me. Not necessarily because it was like it was, but because in my eyes the whole sideway storyline seemed to be set up for a different ending. Starting from the moment when Juliet triggered the bomb in the late 1970s.
I could go on and on, why this ending after this season 6 didn’t make any sense to me, but putting my thoughts together would keep me busy for the rest of the afternoon, I think. And even though I have loved spending time discussing various aspects of the LOST universe over the last six years, I don’t feel like doing so now. At least not right now and maybe not even later. Well, I might probably throw my two cents in somewhere, but not here. Instead I will keep Christian Shepherds words in mind and
Remember. Let Go. Move on.