In honor of tonight’s finale of LOST, something that many fans have been waiting six full years to see, we have decided to open up a discussion thread in our comments section below. Over the next several hours, questions will be answered. More questions will probably be asked. And in the end, we will all be left in a world without one of the most compelling shows in the history of television.

So we’re opening it up to you. Please feel free to come back to this page and comment/discuss throughout the night. Before the finale begins, we’d like to know what you think will happen.

  • What are your expectations for the finale?
  • What questions would you like to see answered?
  • Do you feel that it’s possible for tonight’s finale to live up to the lofty expectations you have for it?

Of course, once the finale is over we will continue this discussion with our own assessments of what happened. That will likely last a week. But for now, please sit back and enjoy the show. Or get mad, whatever works for you.

For those who need some additional inspiration for tonight’s finale, lets revisit this fan made trailer:


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