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Do you watch "Lost"? I didn't understand the end.

 
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Hi,

I watched the end of "Lost" but I didn't understand the end. I used to watch this TV series, but after the half of second season I haven't seen any episode, only saw the last one yesterday (and not completely).

Did they die when the airplane crashed in the island? Actually they were ghosts?

 
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I've heard it's a decent show. I guess I'll start watching it. When is it on?
 
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Thomas Paul explained it for me:
 
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Rogerio Kioshi wrote:Did they die when the airplane crashed in the island? Actually they were ghosts?


No. And yes. Well, none of the regular characters died when the airplane first crashed. All of them died eventually, but for some of them it was long after the end of the series - in the future. For at least one character, it may be very far in the future. Some of the scenes - the ones where everyone was dressed up and going to a funeral, not on the island - were really in "heaven", or Purgatory, or some sort of afterlife where everyone got to meet up after they died. But when we saw Jack die lying in the bamboo forest, with the dog next to him, that was really his death. And it was definitely not part of the original plane crash. Although the setting was the same (the bamboo forest), Jack was dressed very differently than he was in the original plane crash. And if that was the original crash, how could he have seen a new plane fly away overhead? No, the final scene was designed to be very similar to the first scene of the series. But it was not the same scene.
 
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That cat reenactment was awesome :-)
 
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Rogerio Kioshi wrote: but after the half of second season I haven't seen any episode, only saw the last one yesterday (and not completely).



Do you only read the first and last 20 pages of books and hope to understand them?
 
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