Menang CemeDonΓÇÖt give anything specific away, but is this weekΓÇÖs ΓÇÿLostΓÇÖ a spectacular episode with lots of questions answered, or is it just so-so? ΓÇô Steven via Facebook
Spectacular is a strong word (and one typically associated with Teri HatcherΓÇÖsΓÇª comedy chops), but yeah, ΓÇÿWhat They Died ForΓÇ¥ is very solid. Among other things, it features, like, the best campfire story ever, a reveal about someone we thought wasnΓÇÖt a candidate, and ΓÇÿGreyΓÇÖs AnatomyΓÇÖ finale-levels of bloodshed. ThereΓÇÖs also a significant development regarding JacobΓÇÖs successor.
Will we see Rose and Bernard one more time before ΓÇÿLostΓÇÖ ends? ΓÇô James
Yes, in SundayΓÇÖs series finale. And when the marrieds resurface, theyΓÇÖre still wielding a ΓÇ£DonΓÇÖt harsh my mellowΓÇ¥ ΓÇÿtude as their idyllic existence is rudely intruded upon (and then some). L. Scott Caldwell, who plays Rose, told me she herself isnΓÇÖt fond of RoseΓÇÖs lack of hospitality, seeing as the fans had come to regard the character as ΓÇ£quite peaceful.ΓÇ¥ So in her mind, R&B ΓÇ£were probably eating wild mushrooms or something else that changed their attitude!ΓÇ¥
So, Juliet/Sawyer ΓÇô happily ever after? Yes? ΓÇô Ryan
Interpret Josh HollowayΓÇÖs assessment of SundayΓÇÖs two-and-a-half hour series finale as you wish: ΓÇ£[It’s] un-freakinΓÇÖ-believableΓÇª Everything I hoped it would do, it did.ΓÇ¥