Posted by sean on May 26, 2006 at 11:13 pm in Television with No Comments


This evening I watched the final episodes of Lost Season 2 (warning: spoilers below). It now seems that the series is following the typical tradition used in the X-Files mythology of “asking more questions than giving answers” in key episodes.

Locke has got over his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and stopped pressing that damn button. In doing so the whole world appeared to end but then turned out OK thanks to some Scottish guy who put a key in a mystery box.

Jack & co. got kidnapped by the evil Others who may now not be as evil as first thought. Michael got reunited with his freak kid Walt who he has been chasing all season, we don’t know why he was taken in he first place (Michael Jackson isn’t on the island). Some new guys in another hatch in the North/South Pole are in trouble and the ugly smack-head Charlie has managed to cop off with the hot Aussie bird. All very unrealistic, especially that last bit involving Charlie and the honey from down under.

I would not be at all surprised if the Lost’s creators have no clue in how the show will pan out. Like X-Files I am sure it’ll drag on for many seasons and then EVERYTHING will be explained in a double length finale. We’ll know everything but still be left feeling a little cheated and confused.

Anyway, roll on Season 3 and if you’re one of these people watching on Channel 4 and has just started Season 2, sorry mate, I did give you a spoiler warning, not a lot happens anyway.

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