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Thursday, August 12, 2010 

Misreading

I was already a fan of Michael Emerson, but I really like what he has to say here:

"What did you think of the negative reactions to the finale?
It surprised me a bit because a lot of people who were unhappy had been misunderstanding the show for a long time, so why were they still watching it if they’d mixed up what they were seeing? But I guess that’s the deal: It works magically for all sorts of people at all different levels of understanding."

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