I don't even know what to say, except 'Good Job LOST writers.'
Somehow they were able to answer some much needed questions (such as 'why did the plane crash?') while still building the story up enough to leave me totally hanging. And hanging for about four months. So do we assume that the crash was accidental? Some crazy experiment? Does that mean they weren't chosen? If it was completely random, why is Locke walking?
I can't stop thinking about the last 5 minutes. Who are those snow people? How is Penny involved? Is Desmond really dead? Or... more importantly... WHY AM I THINKING ABOUT PENNY AND DESMOND WHEN NEITHER OF THEM HAVE BEEN AROUND THE WHOLE SEASON? That's some good writing to make me think about two people who (almost) only show up in the last episode. Good writing, I say.
Man, oh, man.
I was thinking this week about the first season and how the second season has been so different. For instance, was the scary invisible monster ever explained? Or the wild boars and the polar bear? Maybe we are supposed to assume that those things went away because Walt was taken by the Others, but if he's that special, why did they let him go? Or did they? I don't know.
What I do know is that I am totally LOST as to what is going on. I am sure the next few months will be spent pondering possible scenarios and debating theories with many of you. But I am mucho impressed.Grey's Anatomy.
I love the show, but the finale didn't leave me hanging. She has to choose Finn, because that creates the best story line. Leave McDreamy to suffer. Now that's some good tv.Desperate Housewives.
Damn, I hope Mike isn't dead; but am I going to spend my summer worrying about it? Nope. Sure, I like the character a lot, but it's not like they are killing off Terry Hatcher or anything.
So it's back to LOST
. I find myself wondering what the 'look' was that Jack and Kate gave each other right at the end. But I'm not going to know any time soon. Damn shame. It's going to be a long, long summer.
OH... in case you didn't watch, my boy, Taylor Hicks, won this year's American Idol. I knew it. I called it. I was right, right, right. But hey, I don't want to gloat about it. That's just not like me.