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Monday, May 24, 2010 

Whatever happened, happened

Dear anyone who found the finale of Lost somehow unsatisfactory and would like to bitch about the finale, the show, unanswered questions, and so on: Please take it elsewhere. As far as I'm concerned that was a thing of uncommon beauty first and anything else second.

I found the resolution to the LA-X storyline so satisfying, that I was willing to forget all about the island.

However I think we were owed a little more Hurley/Linus closure than the "You were a great #2" bit.

Yeah, I can pretty much agree with that, although I wouldn't say "owed."

I found it a little churchy and preachy, but it's not like I didn't expect it to go there since season 1. I gotta say, it didn't get better than the Sawyer/ Juliet moment. I got a little teary-eyed there. (Or a lot.)
Oh, and VINCENT!

Yes and yes.

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