It’s time to let go.
Three characters make fate-changing choices, as we’re back in the contemporary timeline(s) to set-up the endgame.
It might be the most divisive, bold, and risky episode in series history. What can we make of it the morning after?
Returning from a week off, let’s get right to the carnage.
Are the final teams finally in place? Or are we moving the pieces toward another move?
Explosions, vehicular manslaughter, and throwing someone down a well make for a satisfying hour – but the real fun is in true love’s kiss.
Will Desmond deliver the payoffs we’ve been hoping for? Or are we still searching for The One?
Does the package contain a giant red V? And which will annoy fans more – the plot or the promotion?
Can we find the answers we need in the island’s backstory? And can Richard choose sides?
What if Sawyer never got a pen? He would have become Starsky.
Michael Emerson struts out his A-game in what might be the most pleasurable Lost season six episode yet
No lists, no cryptic new locations, but Smokey & Sayid opening a can of whup-ass on the temple means a fun time is in store.
Another week brings revelations that don’t feel like revelations – when will we know what we know?
Is Jacob the mystical SysOp of Lostpedia? Or is he just a teacher looking for a substitute?
One of my favorite television critics, Alan Sepinwall, ended his review of this week’s Lost with this spot-on reflection: Mainly, though, “What Kate Does” was a table-setting episode. I can see lots of things introduced here paying off interestingly down…