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Elizabeth: It was really nice and a lovely gift the creators gave me. I am so grateful and I think they did that for a lot of the characters. It shows a lot of class.
PW: And the ending of the show itself?
Elizabeth: I think itΓÇÖs spectacular. Whenever you have a character, there are always 8 million things you think could happen and the things that did happen were wonderful.
PW: A lot of fans have theorized that Juliet’s odd ramblings right before she died in Sawyer’s arms would factor in to her return, do they?
Elizabeth: I wish I could tell you, but that has so much to do with what the ending is. I will say that some people are very right about what they blog about [laughs]. The people who are wrong make up a very small majority. IΓÇÖve always said “Lost” viewers are pretty damn smart.
PW: What has meant the most to you about being part of “Lost?”
Elizabeth: WhatΓÇÖs meant a lot to me is the way people talk about her and I didnΓÇÖt expect that. ItΓÇÖs been huge for me, I think because I didnΓÇÖt expect it.
PW: I read that you were actually surprised people cared she died.
Elizabeth: IΓÇÖve been surprised that Juliet was accepted in any way. I thought she was such a complicated, layered woman that I didnΓÇÖt know what kind of effect sheΓÇÖd have. I assumed people would think she was weird, so the fact people embraced her has always been a surprise to me.