That was almost as bad as the M*A*S*H finale.
"I feel like there were better things to do with my time..."Apply that same thought process to everything you do.
I didn't find it hateful. Their storytelling was getting less inspired as time went on, so it's good that it ended before it was totally embarrassing. The whole flash-sideways season 6 is the only part that I really feel was wasted time. I'm glad that they only went "who shot J.R." on the sideways-universe, and left the other stuff intact. I'm a softy for the loyal puppies, so Vincent made me happy and covers a lot of warts. YMMV.
It was "a very special episode" of Lost. I thought Carlton and Damon were better writers. Lost deserved a shocking ending, instead of a tearful goodbye from the cast.
I feel like there were better things to do with my time...I count myself lucky. I started watching some years back, and decided quite quickly that the plot was hopelessly contrived. I mean worse than anything I'd every seen. (A typical Bugs Bunny plot line is more credible and believable.) Little time wasted on my part.Now how people could suspend disbelief through so many episodes, over and over, I just cannot imagine, but if they enjoy that kind of ridiculous stiff, more power to them. As for a lame finale, that's a surprise to me, since I thought surely the writers could have followed form and devised one absurd deus ex machina after another to tie everything together. Ah well.
I just read a summary of the last episode and the series- it sounds like there are still about 4,000 questions left unanswered. I gave up on the show about 3 years ago- thank goodness.
"I thought Carlton and Damon were better writers."Writers?I thought they were in a hurry to get back to their day jobs.Aren't they the ones portraying the junior mafiosa heavy on Mercy and the absent-minded professor on Fringe?
I will be watching the "24" series finale tonight! ;-p8 seasons of Jack Bauer? Yeah, that's probably enough.
Personally, I am just waiting for the Casey Serin docudrama to end. Talk about a stale storyline!
tesla, if only Sacramento would... you know... enforce existing laws, Serin would be in jail as we speak serving.Probably serving between 5 and 10 years ultimately. Instead we get to watch him fart around on Facebook all day. Fantastic.His parents belong in prison as well. Bankruptcy Fraud. But Sacramento doesn't enforce that either anymore.
I'm glad I never got on that train. I think I tried to watch an episode once and it made no sense at all so I never tried again. Sounds like it was all some touchy feely kumbaya stuff anyway.
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