In the face of all the outrage and complaining (and, frankly, bandwagon-jumping), I feel compelled to come out and take a stand.
That's right, I liked the Lost finale.
I'll admit that I was in the "The writers have no clue where this is going camp" at the beginning, but I really do think that they came up with a plan over the last few seasons. Admittedly, I was helped a lot by finding a place
where there were lots of good ideas, and theories, and analysis. So, yeah, this season was fun for me, and I had a good handle on what was going on before Sunday, and I was pretty happy with the way they wrapped it all up.
But I know a lot of people weren't, so let me try to take on the common objections I've been hearing.( Commence complaining!Collapse )
Which is a shame, because I think that while, sure, it has its flaws, there is a lot of good stuff in there too. Say what you want, but I like having a show that makes you think and has original ideas and plots, even if it falls short sometimes. Better that than another CSI or Law & Order variant. Or worse, some new horrible reality show.