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You've likely heard several negative things said about LOST (specifically its ending) repeatedly over the past decade.
-"They were making it all up as they went along."
-"They didn't bother to answer (or even know the answers to) any of the questions."
-"They **** **** the whole time!"
If you've seen the show in its entirety, you probably agree these statements are all far from the truth. But what about all of the people that haven't seen the show, yet hear all of these things? Chances are they'll never give a (frankly fantastic) 121 episode series a chance with a reputation like that. And that's what this video is meant to address and discuss. And hopefully counteract against.
If you know someone who is hesitant to watch LOST, and you feel like this video might help sway them, please do share it with them
P.S. As the opening of this video establishes, this is not at all meant to dismiss or diminish the opinions of those that *have* seen LOST and weren't satisfied with it. It is merely meant to address what I personally see to be a massive disparity between the negative reputation and the overwhelmingly positive reception the vast majority of people that finish the show (that I've encountered at least) have to both the ending and the series as a whole.
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10 years ago today (May 23, 2010) the last episode of LOST, "The End," aired! Whether you loved or hated the finale, it marked the end of an era for one of the most innovative shows on television at that time. Though many questions went unanswered, the final episode reminded many people why they loved LOST in the first place, and at the end of the day, I think we can all agree that the show deserves its high ranking in TV canon.
Happy 10 Years!