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I have a question for all of you Lost fans..

post #1 of 13
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I cannot open your discussion thread for fear of being spoiled!

I am halfway through the 4th season, and I admit that I don't think I am smart enough for this show At any point does it really make sense? And I have seen each season so far multiple times. So many story lines, so many characters

So am I a lost cause?
post #2 of 13
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post #3 of 13
It might get *bit* better for you, but honestly, I don't think Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof even know what's going on
post #4 of 13
Well the middle seasons, before they had chosen when the resolution of the show would be, were full of storylines that basically dragged out the truth. It does get better, this last season has been the best one in quite awhile because we finally get things resolved and it doesn't drag out forever.
post #5 of 13
i've watched every episode and i still don;t have a clue. i depend on the mdc thread to make sense of it all!
post #6 of 13
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LOL!! That's too funny.
post #7 of 13
I'm on season 5 and am completely confused as to where they're going. I hope season 6 spells it all out for me.
post #8 of 13
I want the last 6 yrs of my life back. That is all. I'll sum it up in one word: Frustrating.

ETA: Ok, 2 words: Frustrating. Fascinating.

I still find myself interested, but I never did make sense of a lot of things.
post #9 of 13
None of the big questions were answered (what is the island, numbers, dharma, etc) and I feel like I wasted my time.
post #10 of 13
I think the show was ultimately more about the characters and their relationships than all the mysteries of the island. There were lots of times stuff didn't make sense and I think you'll make yourself crazy trying to make the connections and sense of it 100% of the time. Somewhere in the middle I just "let go" and went along for the ride and was totally happy at the end.
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I think the show was ultimately more about the characters and their relationships than all the mysteries of the island. There were lots of times stuff didn't make sense and I think you'll make yourself crazy trying to make the connections and sense of it 100% of the time. Somewhere in the middle I just "let go" and went along for the ride and was totally happy at the end.
This, 100%. I am so glad I stuck with it, even during what I thought were the less interesting storylines.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by lauriem33 View Post
I think the show was ultimately more about the characters and their relationships than all the mysteries of the island. There were lots of times stuff didn't make sense and I think you'll make yourself crazy trying to make the connections and sense of it 100% of the time. Somewhere in the middle I just "let go" and went along for the ride and was totally happy at the end.
That's what I did, and I totally enjoyed it all.
post #13 of 13
Dawningmama! We cross posted to say the exact same thing.
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