Brief thoughts on “The End”

LOST

Did they die in the plane crash? Did their island life happen? Are you satisfied? Are you peeved? I think the one thing everyone can agree about is the Lost finale is polarizing.  Beyond that, I will let all the other fantastic reviewers dissect the finale (See below).

Me? Well, I checked out “The End” with the Can Opener. It was her repeat viewing, the one where she only had me and Raphael (and him only intermittently) to ridicule her if she cried. Not only did she cry, even I had to put my paws over my eyes as she broke down several times and went into full weeping like the last movement of one of Mozart’s most lively symphonies at the end. Over a damn dog.

Afterward she wondered aloud who’d be waiting for her at the end. No need to worry. I’ll be there. Even in the afterlife, someone has to open my can.

Howard Out!

A sampling of some excellent Lost Reviews:

Marc Oromaner’s The Myth of Lost (Can Opener wants to marry this guy!)

http://thelaymansanswerstoeverything.com/2010/05/26/lost-in-myth-%E2%80%9Cthe-end%E2%80%9D/

Vozzek69 (Can Opener’s favorite Dark UFO blogger)

http://darkufo.blogspot.com/2010/05/things-i-noticed-end-by-vozzek69.html

And of course, Doc Jensen from EW

http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20387946,00.html

About shana

Shana Mahaffey lives in San Francisco, California, in part of an Edwardian compound that she shares with an informal cooperative of family, friends, and five cats. She’s a survivor of catechism and cat scratch fever, and is a member of the Sanchez Grotto Annex, a writers’ co-op. She welcomes all visitors to her website and is happy to meet with book groups in-person or in cyberspace (phone/webcam/the works).
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