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Re: Lost

Postby Geezer » May 27th, 2010, 2:10 pm

ahh "Downfall Parodies." No matter how many of them I watch, they never stop being funny. I love it.
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Re: Lost

Postby becs » June 3rd, 2010, 9:50 pm

Hmm, so I finally made it all the way through, and I definitely got the ending, but yea I feel ripped off.
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Re: Lost

Postby NSpan » June 12th, 2010, 11:05 pm

Considering how atrocious the writing was throughout the entire series, I was actually pretty okay with the ending. Though I'm not sure why so many characters (mostly minorities, oddly) didn't get into all-religions-are-the-same "heaven"...
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Re: Lost

Postby W » June 13th, 2010, 12:13 am

NSpan wrote:Considering how atrocious the writing was throughout the entire series, I was actually pretty okay with the ending. Though I'm not sure why so many characters (mostly minorities, oddly) didn't get into all-religions-are-the-same "heaven"...


You're talking about Walt, Michael, Eko, and Anna Lucia? Isn't it quite obvious? They're racist!

I'm just kidding. Michael is too old now to be on the series and I bet they thought that him as a semi-adult would confound some people, so they left him and his dad out. Eko and Michelle Rodriguez have had nothing to do with the show since they're characters were cut out, so why would they be at the end?
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Re: Lost

Postby NSpan » June 13th, 2010, 12:22 am

W wrote:
NSpan wrote:Considering how atrocious the writing was throughout the entire series, I was actually pretty okay with the ending. Though I'm not sure why so many characters (mostly minorities, oddly) didn't get into all-religions-are-the-same "heaven"...


You're talking about Walt, Michael, Eko, and Anna Lucia? Isn't it quite obvious? They're racist!

I'm just kidding. Michael is too old now to be on the series and I bet they thought that him as a semi-adult would confound some people, so they left him and his dad out. Eko and Michelle Rodriguez have had nothing to do with the show since they're characters were cut out, so why would they be at the end?

Lapidus and Miles also spring to mind. Richard, too.
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Re: Lost

Postby W » June 13th, 2010, 12:24 am

Heck, Jacob wasn't there, was he? It's been a few weeks now...
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Re: Lost

Postby numbersix » June 13th, 2010, 8:10 am

I remember Jack's father saying that this particular limbo/waiting room was for people whose experiences on the island were the most important. So you could argue that anyone who wasn't included int he church had more important experiences either before or after. But you would have though Richard, having spent centuries onthe island, would have been there.
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Re: Lost

Postby undeadmonkey » June 13th, 2010, 2:01 pm

I was pretty sure i saw Richard there.
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Re: Lost

Postby NSpan » June 14th, 2010, 1:25 am

numbersix wrote:I remember Jack's father saying that this particular limbo/waiting room was for people whose experiences on the island were the most important. So you could argue that anyone who wasn't included int he church had more important experiences either before or after. But you would have though Richard, having spent centuries onthe island, would have been there.

Understandable enough. But if Lapidus and Miles had more important things going on in their lives prior to those events, they sure as hell didn't mention it.

I can actually understand Richard not being there (he wasn't, was he?), assuming that he was, instead, in a private room at Hotel Heaven with the missus. Or if he had already forfeited his soul for that extra-long life.
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