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The End (part 1 and 2) Air Date: 05/23/2010 150 minutes Ep 617 and 618
Written by Carlton Cuse, Damon Lindelof
Directed by Jack Bender


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Old 03-15-2012, 08:23 PM   #121
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Re: Fuselage during end credits

It really doesn't matter what people say (including the creative team.) Fifty years from now, when people are looking at the end of LOST on whatever medium they'll be using, the final images of plane wreckage will most likely be thought of as part of the story. And if people 50, 100 years in the future possibly interpret LOST as an "afterlife" story, well, nothing the creators said in 2004-2010 is going to make much difference. Interpretations tend to take on a life of their own, given enough time.
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It really doesn't matter what people say (including the creative team.) Fifty years from now, when people are looking at the end of LOST on whatever medium they'll be using, the final images of plane wreckage will most likely be thought of as part of the story. And if people 50, 100 years in the future possibly interpret LOST as an "afterlife" story, well, nothing the creators said in 2004-2010 is going to make much difference. Interpretations tend to take on a life of their own, given enough time.
But there is one thing that would make a difference: finding out that wasn't the end.
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But there is one thing that would make a difference: finding out that wasn't the end.
Are you perhaps talking about a sequel, or "seventh season," something like that?
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Are you perhaps talking about a sequel, or "seventh season," something like that?
Yes -- one that will show the ostensible existing ending to have been a false or at least highly misleading one. I see too many clues that Lost was meant to be a solvable mystery related to several stories collected in Tales of Terror and Mystery by A.C. Doyle, especially "The Lost Special" and its historic basis and adaptations. The fuselage's still being there might hint at that.

I don't think it would take an entire season of TV to give the true denouement. I don't think it would take any of the original cast, either. Just some guy, preferably shrouded in darkness, maybe with an altered voice, possibly doing voice over of clips from the original.

The title "The Lost Special" is in the public domain, and theoretically anybody could produce this coda if clips were not used. What would be fun would be to shoot some new footage with actors who clearly resembled -- but just as clearly, did not resemble too closely -- the original cast, representing the doubles (as in "The Black Doctor") of the original characters before they had plastic surgery to perfect them. Without needing any of the rights to Lost, such a work could still be recognizable as a continuation in the same way as, for instance, The Prisoner is a sequel to Danger Man/Secret Agent.
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