(LOST) Is LOST finally starting to hulk up?

(LOST) Is LOST finally starting to hulk up?

Post by Dr. Diabl » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 03:55:35


I've read articles about LOST marks getting tired of the show yet they
continue to watch it every week. The show still gets good ratings. I
quit watching during season 2 mainly because it was becoming nothing
but a pointless, slow-moving tease with no direction which also just
kept pouring mystery upon mystery instead of explaining anything.

I watched last week's and last night's episodes and have to say LOST
is actually starting to pull it together. I think the writers realized
the show was at a critical point where they had to start explaining
stuff in order to keep the viewers and ratings.

That being said, I think the final explanation as to what is actually
going on will be a huge letdown.

Lastly, is the wheel chair bound character Ben Linus basically a rip
off of X-Men's Professor X? Last nights show suggested he can
influence the will/control of human minds? That also reminded me of
the character called The Mule from Issac Asimov's brilliant sci-fi
trilogy Foundation.

 
 
 

(LOST) Is LOST finally starting to hulk up?

Post by TheMott.. » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 04:04:08


Quote:
> I've read articles about LOST marks getting tired of the show yet they
> continue to watch it every week. The show still gets good ratings. I
> quit watching during season 2 mainly because it was becoming nothing
> but a pointless, slow-moving tease with no direction which also just
> kept pouring mystery upon mystery instead of explaining anything.

> I watched last week's and last night's episodes and have to say LOST
> is actually starting to pull it together. I think the writers realized
> the show was at a critical point where they had to start explaining
> stuff in order to keep the viewers and ratings.

> That being said, I think the final explanation as to what is actually
> going on will be a huge letdown.

> Lastly, is the wheel chair bound character Ben Linus basically a rip
> off of X-Men's Professor X? Last nights show suggested he can
> influence the will/control of human minds? That also reminded me of
> the character called The Mule from Issac Asimov's brilliant sci-fi
> trilogy Foundation.

My friends still watch that turd of a show and said last night's
episode sucked. They said Locke is still an easily manipulated
douchebag instead of the cool charatcer he once was.

I hope the show dies.

 
 
 

(LOST) Is LOST finally starting to hulk up?

Post by the Bed » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 07:40:41


Quote:
> I've read articles about LOST marks getting tired of the show yet they
> continue to watch it every week. The show still gets good ratings. I
> quit watching during season 2 mainly because it was becoming nothing
> but a pointless, slow-moving tease with no direction which also just
> kept pouring mystery upon mystery instead of explaining anything.

> I watched last week's and last night's episodes and have to say LOST
> is actually starting to pull it together. I think the writers realized
> the show was at a critical point where they had to start explaining
> stuff in order to keep the viewers and ratings.

> That being said, I think the final explanation as to what is actually
> going on will be a huge letdown.

> Lastly, is the wheel chair bound character Ben Linus basically a rip
> off of X-Men's Professor X? Last nights show suggested he can
> influence the will/control of human minds? That also reminded me of
> the character called The Mule from Issac Asimov's brilliant sci-fi
> trilogy Foundation.

"it's a 'magic' island with wish-fulfillment powers, and some people tap
into it better than others" is SO ***ING LAME.

also, it's no excuse for ***ping.

 
 
 

(LOST) Is LOST finally starting to hulk up?

Post by Rockbo » Sat, 24 Mar 2007 09:40:26

Quote:

> My friends

I stopped believing you right here.

--
Rockboy

I've become
impossible