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Are You Ready for TV Series Lost to End?

Are You Ready For Lost to End Already?

We're having a heated debate here at Sugar HQ, and we'd like you to weigh in. With only six episodes left of Lost before the Oceanic kids say goodbye to us forever, a few of us (mainly me) are already feeling the pangs of saying goodbye to the series — while other editors (who I shall not name) are more than ready to put it to rest for good.

I understand that the show's endless string of Easter eggs and alternate realities can get tiresome. I feel you, I really do, but personally, I just can't think of another TV program that gets me quite so excited. When Lost leaves on May 23, it's taking my regular weekly theorizing and water cooler talk with it. Ugh. On the upside though, I guess my head will hurt much less. Where do you stand?

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fakeplanettelex fakeplanettelex 7 years
i haven't been thrilled with the last season so far. and i'm still livid about the "answer" to what the whispers are.... COP OUT. sigh.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
I will miss it for sure, but I think it's good that it's ending and finally forcing some answers/wrap ups out of the writers. When it seemed like it could go on forever the seasons got a little ridiculous, but as soon as there was a definitely endpoint they improved again and I've really enjoyed this season. I think it would have spiraled out of control had they been allowed to continue and continue and continue. Also, I love your theory Bella!
Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 7 years
Before the 6th season, I would've said yes. But now that we're nearing the end and season 6 has been SO good, I can't imagine my life without Lost. I've had to say goodbye to too many great TV shows over the last few years (The Wire, Veronica Mars, Pushing Daisies, Arrested Development) that I fear this will just bring me to the brink :(
MissMarisol MissMarisol 7 years
I am so ready for it to end. I just want to know what happens and how it all gets resolved. BellaSugar you crack me up!
bridgett08 bridgett08 7 years
I just hope it ends strong, because this season has been a little bit of a letdown for me. Not trying to be complain-y, but I just don't get as excited to watch as I used to. I think it's because I feel like the sideways reality has no purpose (yet) except for being a nice look at the characters. I just want to see that it has real significance that's integral to the entire show and isn't something that was simply thrown in as one last big twist. And I want it to make me cry. A lot.
Deidre Deidre 7 years
I completely agree with anon. I don't WANT the show to be over, but I'm so grateful that they're able to wrap it up without it spiraling out of control. I know there are folks out there who think that the show is already ridiculous...and that's ok. I get that it's not everyone's cup of tea (I mean, hey, neither is Harry Potter -- not everyone "gets" why it's a worldwide phenomenon). But as a fan who's enjoyed about 90% of the awesome Lost ride, I'm glad that it's not allowed to fizzle out (ahem, Sex and the City 2, I'm looking at you)
Beauty Beauty 7 years
Oh go on. Name me. Last season, I started laughing at the ridiculousness. This season, I decided to skip it entirely and just read the recaps. So glad I did. This show never truly gives answers. It gives answers with a side order of three more Deep and Burning Mysterious Questions. Just watch, the last episode will tie up all loose ends, but in the last four minutes, alien clowns will invade while singing showtunes. Jack will turn to Kate (who turns out to be HURLEY'S EVIL TWIN) and start speaking Czech. Locke will sprout extra arms while Clayah's bay-beeee whizzes by on a jet ski. Meanwhile, Walt will mutter Tennessee Williams lines as Rose utters the series' last line: "I am the walrus." Then Christopher LLoyd will drive past in the DeLorean. And.... SCENE.
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 7 years
I'm ready for it to end. I've loved the series but this last season has been so frustrating. Time to pull the plug.
buzzlightgirl buzzlightgirl 7 years
I don't think I ever want this show to end!
redchick152 redchick152 7 years
as much as i love this series, i am ready for some answers dammit!!!
kismekate kismekate 7 years
Ugh, I am dreading the final episode. I feel like I'm losing such an exciting part of my life! (God, that sounded pathetic)
bethinabox bethinabox 7 years
NO WAY!!! I think it helps that I only got into it 2 years ago, so my mind hasn't been hurting for quite so long. :P But oh man, I'm going to miss it so much! But definitely looking forward to some answers. :)
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