The final minutes where Jack dies is the key to it all in my honest opinion. Besides being the end it still was AMAZING and an EPIC finale, usually
the endings of shows are let downs, but this was perfect, in my opinion. But back to the video, when Jack is laying down with the dog and he see's
the plane fly over him I personally believe that plane was NOT Ajira Airways, but rather Oceanic 815. Much like what Juliet expereinced when entering
the Purgatory world, I believe that Jack was expereincing the same thing. And when the beginning of season 6 started with the alternate world. I
believe that was the moment Jack died (much like Kimmel believed) and entered purgatory. So basically, Jack saw a glimpse of the other side and knew
it was beautiful, hence the smile. Much like Juliet did here:
This is the first glimpse of purgatory. And if you look closely as Jack awakens he looks confused. The beginning of season 6 with the alternative
reality was the beginning of Purgatory, the entire series from the main island was how Jack got to purgatory and the last few minutes was him and his
friends going to a remarkable place. Beautifully scripted.
Aww I love the ending
Actually, my mother and I which had been following it since the very beginning. Were witouth words when it ended- like- a bittersweet savour, but the
next day we digested it, we realized it was perfect.
And I look forward to watching those extra 14 minutes on Youtube
Cuse said that it was impossible to have planned everything, I would say so, especially bringing on a different writing team in the second-third
season. I think the show would have been much different and twice as good had guys like Paul Dini and Javier Grillo-Marxuach stayed around.
Originally posted by TheMythLives
But back to the video, when Jack is laying down with the dog and he see's the plane fly over him I personally believe that plane was NOT Ajira
Airways, but rather Oceanic 815.
Very interesting! Anything is possible, especially since the producers will not interpret the finale for us fans. I have to disagree, however. I think
that Jack saw the Ajira plane. This makes for a nice ending for Jack's character because he dies while seeing his plan succeed - his friends fly off
safely. Thus, not only does he save the Island, but he also - on a perhaps more personal level - saves his friends. All of this obviously makes Jack
happy, hence the smile.
Access Hollywood has gotten their hands on a clip from the 12-minute Lost epilogue “The New Man in Charge” that will be included on the
Series Finale DVD/Blu-ray set. In the clip, actor Michael Emerson reprises his role as Benjamin Linus, and shuts down the Dharma food warehouse which
is responsible for the (until now) unexplained food drops. The clips doesn’t so much explain, but give closure to one of the bigger fan
I can't wait to see the rest of the Epilogue! This little clip was so awesome!
Originally posted by chissler
Alright, just watched it.
I never thought I'd say this but bring on the spin-off!
It leaked on the Internet a while ago. I saw it - I didn't like it one bit. Sorry! I think it should have focused on on-Island adventures since
that's what it always appeared to be about when it was discussed. I mean, come on, the DHARMA video took up so much time and it didn't explain
I think you're expectations of it were completely misguided. The purpose of this epilogue wasn't to wrap anything up. If anything, it was to build
a foundation. While I agree the video went long, non-issue on my end. This did a great job in building the foundation of a possible spin-off.
Hurley and Ben as the lead and with the actor behind Walt having grown and matured now, he can actually be used as he wouldn't be maturing at a pace
that the show couldn't keep up with. Walt is one of the most intriguing and untapped characters from the show that a possible spin-off could run
Bare with me for a minute. I loved every second of Lost. I don't think there was an episode I didn't love. Some I liked more than others,
but every moment was special. I've always cringed at the thought of a spin-off as this type of show seems like a possibility for one from very early
in the series. As soon as Ben Lynus was introduced to us, the potential presented itself. Had never been a fan of it.
What that epilogue did for me was present an alternative. A spin-off of Lost, but not Lost. Not recreating Lost or imitating Lost. Similar
characters and a similar setting. But a different direction. What we needed from Lost has already been told to us. Now we have untapped characters
with fresh stories. Some crossovers from time to time to maybe even spill some unknown Lost details.
I think a possible spin-off could be fantastic.
Hopefully it could be as Frasier was to Cheers and not as Joey was to Friends.
That’s right, it’s the much talked about show that features ex-castaways Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson. The show has been described as a
comedic drama, was said to have the working title Odd Jobs and will feature the two men as former black ops agents. The report states that Josh
Appelbaum and Andre Nemec (Alias) are writers and executive producers and Abrams and Bryan Burk are also executive producers.
This seems like a cool idea - a bit like Abrams' 'Undercovers' (although I haven't given that show a chance).
I would like to thank everyone for discussing 'Lost' on my 'Lost' threads these past few years! I truly loved it! Please use this thread for any
and all remaining discussion you may have!
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