Menang CemeNot very spoilerly, just the Episode Name basically included so it’s posted in Spoilers.
On Friday 28 May, after six monumental seasons and 121 captivating episodes, the series that has provoked more theories, debates and analysis than any other, will reach its simpulan hours on Sky1 HD and Sky1. The double bill finale, aptly entitled The End, will bring to a close the many unanswered mysteries that show producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have teased viewers with since 2004. Since its launch, LOST has established itself among audiences as a ground-breaking television series that has defined a genre. It has succeeded in the almighty task of giving sci-fi universal appeal; placing ordinary people in an extraordinary situation. Still holding the title of the most expensive television pilot in history, LOST immediately captivated both audiences around the world and critics alike. It has since picked up a raft of awards including an Emmy┬« for Outstanding Drama Series, a Golden Globe┬« for Best Television Series (Drama), and Screen Actors Guild and Writers Guild Awards.
In 2007, Lindelof and Cuse made the bold decision to announce that LOST would comprise six seasons in total and reach its conclusion in 2010, allowing them to map out exactly how the series would unfold over the simpulan two seasons, whilst also providing dedicated viewers with an endgame.
The sixth season, which debuted on Sky1 HD in February 2010, has answered many long-standing questions posed back in the early days of the show. In perhaps one of the most revealing scenes so far, Jacob (Mark Pelligrino) used the metaphor of a wine bottle to explain the importance of the Island, the true nature of the Man in Black and how and why he must be prevented from fulfilling his wish of escaping. ΓÇ£Think of this wine asΓÇª HellΓÇª malevolence, evil, darkness, and here it is ΓÇô swirling around in the bottle unable to get out, because if it did, it would spread. The cork, is this island, and itΓÇÖs the only thing keeping the darkness where it belongs.ΓÇ¥ Now with the Man in Black taking on the form of the deceased Locke (Terry OΓÇÖQuinn), the simpulan episodes are building towards his potential escape. But will Charles Widmore (Alan Dale) or JacobΓÇÖs yet-to-be-decided successor, be able to stop him?
Executive producers and writers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse recently put the finishing touches on the simpulan script, and explained that answers to the mysteries will continue to unravel. Cuse commented: ΓÇ£It was very profound for us, as we had written a cryptic scene, and we thought, no, these characters are actually at the place where they can have a discussion about what is going on here. It was very weird to take these closely held secrets and actually put them in the scene. It was very liberating and exciting.ΓÇ¥
The simpulan season has also introduced the concept of flash-sideways, portraying two parallel universes. The scenes on the island depict a universe where the bomb failed to detonate and the survivors remained, whereas the flash-sideways show a world where Oceanic 815 landed and the passengers never ended up living together. However, destiny appears to be drawing them together regardless as their lives end up colliding despite the reversal of history. Indeed, following a recent meeting with Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) starts to feel as if he has led another life before and plans to ΓÇÿawakenΓÇÖ the other passengers on Oceanic 815 ΓÇô starting with crashing his car into Locke as he crosses the road.
On Friday 28 May at 7pm, Sky1 HD and Sky1 will kick off an evening celebrating LOST with a two hour US special entitled LOST: THE FINAL JOURNEY. The documentary will take a retrospective look at the past six seasons of the series and delve into what has transpired during the current season as a primer leading into the finale.
At 9pm, itΓÇÖs time for LOST: The End, a two and a half hour conclusion to a television phenomenon and an unmissable landmark event in television history. Fans need not despair as at 11.30pm, two of Sky1 HDΓÇÖs specials, THE END IS NIGH and TOP 10 GREATEST SCENES will follow.
Hello. This is from the Preston and Steve Show in Philadelphia. The audio link on the link is from their Wednesday, 05/05/10 show in which they interviewed Ian Somerhalder (Boone) about Lost and the Vampire Diaries. The audio starts out after they are done talking to him and in the beginning of the clip they mention how he said that two weeks ago that he was in Hawaii filming for Lost which would have been for the series finale. The rest of the clip is the show’s cast members discussing events in the Philadelphia area which includeds their Lost Season Finale Viewing Party, which they have had for every season finale and premier since season two. Other things they mention are their annual concert which they will be hosting earlier in that day and how they will be tired going to the lost finale party at an aquariam next door to the concert venue, and also other local happenings.
– The editing of the finale is done in a ΓÇ₧storytellingΓÇ£ way, but they still have to work on visual effects and soundtrack
– Sun and JinΓÇÿs deaths were meant to show that FLocke is really evil and that the show is really ending [nobody is safe]
– They will not talk about the next episode, but it is ΓÇ₧importantΓÇ£
– Frank was not mentioned on the beach by Hurley, Kate or Jack, because they wanted to focus the moment on the original characters who died and are more emotionaly appealing to the audience
– Why Kate is not a candidate will be addressed on the show
– ΓÇ₧RulesΓÇ£ which Ben mentioned to Widmore will not be specified directly, but might become more clear when the whole situation unfolds
– The whispers do not work for MIB, there is no link between them
– It is ΓÇ₧probably safe to betΓÇ£ that Hurley saw Isabella and not a manifestation of MIB
– The episode before the finale has the title the meaning of which might be surprising
– They are wondering when the people will stop calling them Darlton after the finale. Damon misses to be called Damon
Update: 21:00 Thanks to mattypoop for the summary.
transcript of spoilers
-no more wondering who is good or bad. locke is bad, no more twists. -anything is possible with deaths, dont rule out a big gun dying. -hurley and kate didnt ask if lapidus was dead because sun, jin and sayid were more important and close to them. they specify that you didnt actually see lapidus dead. -kate isnt a candidate and you will see why, its important to her story. -when speaking of richard, darlton says “if hes still alive in the finale”. -do the whispers work for MIB? no. any of the walking dead could have been MIB, but unless someone with the power, ie Hurley, sees them, then its not MIB for sure. -ben and widmores rules, you wont know them, but there are rules. some might become clear by the finale. references the matrix reloaded and the conversation between Neo and the Architect. -says the egyptians built the 4 toed statue, then damon questions it. sounded like carton shouldnt have revealed it.
Thanks to servicx for the heads up.
Why isnΓÇÖt Kate a candidate? What exactly are the ΓÇÿrulesΓÇÖ between Ben and Widmore? All of that and more in this episode! IΓÇÖm told this is the penultimate podcast.
Sorry, Mr. Eko fans: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje will not be staging a comeback to Lost. Though the producers wanted to find a reason to bring back the former tailie, EW has learned that a deal could not be reached in time. Akinnuoye-Agbaje had indicated a strong desire to return to the drama that made a big impact on his career: In August, the British actor told EW that ΓÇ£fans of Mr. Eko should have hopeΓÇ¥ and that he loved playing the character.
ΓÇ£IΓÇÖm here for [the producers],ΓÇ¥ Akinnuoye-Agbaje continued. ΓÇ£Adewale is open for business. We have had talks about some things they might do for the tamat season and there are other dead folks coming back allegedly but at the moment it is still a maybe. A strong maybe but I have not shot anything yet or signed any contracts. But IΓÇÖm hoping.ΓÇ¥
Akinnuoye-Agbaje was the first castaway to vote himself off the island in season three.
There is one other Lost alum who fans would love to see resurface ΓÇô Julie Bowen, who played Matthew FoxΓÇÖs former wife Sarah. Speculation of her possible comeback hit a fever pitch in March when Bowen and the cast of Modern Family traveled to Maui to shoot a vacation episode. The thought was that Bowen would use her down time to hop a plane to Hawaii, but Lost insiders wonΓÇÖt confirm whether the actress pulled a little tropical double-duty.