Season 4 is best season
>flash forwards add a new dimension to the mythos
>freighter guys save Charlottle are all interesting
>best Ben and Desmond episodes
>advances the story in meaningful ways before it got dumb in season 6
Do you guys think Michael Giacchino could have delivered a better OST for star wars ep 7? Nobody can deny the beauty of the L O S T ost.. but would he have been a faggot nostalgia panderin cunt if given the chance to helm S.W?
Jar Jar should have stuck to television. At least there it's a containment board for him and the plebcunts who watched the contrived shit he produced.
>You will never again post in a lost live thread on /tv/
>You will never again experience that feeling of watching a new episode of lost
>It's a hatch episode
That scene when the doors come down and John spot the map
the most successful narrative ponzi scheme ever
bravo jew jar abrams!
>We will never have Lost live threads while watching it online thanks to Streambro
>It's a Sawyer being a lazy shit and actin smug Episode
>you'll never experience the chills you got every week ever again when the episode ended on some dramatic one liner and the LOST logo with the iconic thud came on
I started re-watching last week. Some of the lines are super cheesy and the CG doesn't hold up. But the hairs still stood up on my neck whenever they discovered anything on the Dharma Initiative.
POWER RANKINGS, NOT NECESSARILY IN ORDER
ELDER GOD TIER
WORST IN TELEVISION HISTORY
Am I wrong?
Top is almost colour of her skin, creating the illusion of nude breasts without being obscene.
Bottom is her bush - stripped of it's bushness - Alluring to the primal instincts of males without actually showing one, since an actual bush is considered uncivilized - but the abstract representation of it still tickles the instinct of the male.
I still love Kate. She wasn't a bad character just because you didn't find her likeable. She was the most realistic female depiction on the show.
Claire, muh baby was worst.
Holy shit, how could I forget Frank. Tbh, he's Eldergod tier. I loved every single scene he was in. The actor is great though, has this effortless charisma, it's a shame he doesn't get more work
>We're not going to Guam, are we?
when Lost and Fringe ended, I just fully gave up on network TV. Those 2 shows at least had the balls to reinvent themselves constantly, and have an actually ambitious, interesting storyline, even if it was full of flaws.
Lost has my favorite ensemble cast as well,.
I wonder how Lost would work if they made it today on netflix. Big budget, no need to cater to network tv bullshit, ability to plan the story from the get go, etc.
juliet was "ok to good", she was great in season 3 but seemed like she became less interesting as the seasons went on.
daniel faraday was pretty good, always felt like he was killed too soon, always wondered what he'd thought of the shitshow that went down in S6.
I absolutely agree with you on Juliet and Faraday. I really liked the actor, he's got this soft spoken kind of voice. That sounds whack, but he didn't deserve it so bad. I fucking hated his mum though.
Actually, talking about that, so in the end, Charles Whitmore wasn't evil?
>it's a Kate episode.
Literally perfect. 11/10.
>Mfw I never watched the last season of lost
Aussie here who can't fucking stand Claire's horrific voice and accent.
And that fucking lie in season 1 when she claims to be the only Aussie who loves peanut butter.. What bullshit. Holy fuck I hated her
they did a good job with the sets, for the most, they had to use shit tons of cgi to cover up the fact that they were filming in hawaii, but cgi objects like the sub marine or the ajira plane crash were laughable even at the time
always hoped they'd remaster it for blu ray /dvd releases but i guess not
Why did they even include this lol
no one could've thought yes, this looks fine
anyone else feel really sad when it finished?
I remember season 5 finale, the first 5 minutes with Jacob and his brother, I didn't understand what the fuck is going on, then suddenly it clicked, that was probably the best scene of the entire show. It was also the last truly epic twist (along with revealing Locke's been dead the whole time later on)
I adored Lost until it lost (pun intended) its way around the 5th season.
I seriously just got fatigued with it. It was like eating a huge dinner and the waiter just keeps putting down bland food for you to chomp on, when all you want is the meat.
Basically, there was just a lot of padding and you could feel it just dropping off in quality.
I really wanted to relive the fun of the first few seasons of Lost, so I tried rewatching it recently, but knowing the show is littered with red herrings and dead-ends makes it impossible to enjoy a second time around.
What I enjoyed most was trying to decipher/unpack things with friends -- drunkenly giving our theories.
Knowing it was all just a meandering mess that led nowhere and was deliberately padded-out due to a writers' strike, means it's just a tragic mess of a show.
>Some of the lines are super cheesy
All the Hurley episodes made me want to Hurl.
I noped-out with that scene of him running to the water and diving in. I forget which it was.
It was just a very mawkish show. The old people, Eko, etc. -- all cloyingly sentimental.
I was already sad by the 5th season as I realised it had been a big gimmicky ruse.
Yeah, I stopped half way through season 5.
Some of my friends were very completionist about it and stuck it out until the end of S6, and they were notably quiet about it. I literally never heard them mention the show again, so I concluded that they did not enjoy it, but didn't want to admit to themselves that the whole show had been a waste of time.
Locke, Ben, Desmond, Lapidus, Mikhail, Christian Shepherd, Vincent
Jack, Sawyer, Richard Alpert, Mr. Friendly, Sayid, Rousseau, Keamy
Eko, Jin, Juliette, Boone, Hurley, Widmore, Faraday, Alex, Bernard, Rose, Arzt
Charlie, Claire, Shannon, Miles,Charlotte, Walt
Kate, Nikki, Paulo, Michael, Illyana, Sun, Jacob, Frogurt
this would be the perfect list if juliette wasnt so far up, im stuck between putting sawyer in god tier or top tier. because hes hilarious but theres times when hes a bit of a cuck
hahaha fucking hell
Yes, but it's also a show where you can have a father-son medical drama set in LA on the same episode where a mystical smoke monster chases an African drug dealer through the woods on a magical island and feel little to no dramatic inconsistency.
That's why it works. It cast a big net and (mostly) succeeded.
s3 was the best, it had the longest stretches of amazing episodes
the bring - man behind the curtain - greatest hits - through the looking glass, literally some of the best episodes the show has ever produced on top of eachother.
So now that the dust has settled can we agree that Season 2 was objectively the best season?
>quality still high
>everybody still gives a shit
>tail section passengers aren't shit
>Nikki and Paulo don't exist
>the Others aren't bullshit yet
>Locke not in cuckmode
>SEE YOU IN ANOTHER LIFE BROTHA
Yeah i cried like a bitch during the last 30 minutes of the episode and then probably another 30. When i was done i took a post-rape shower until i felt better.
imo LOST was and still is the greatest show on TV ever. No other show comes close to the same feeling watching LOST gave you.
I'm sorry, but you're the one with shit taste. I don't think S4 is the best, but it's definitely up there. I personally prefer S1.
But S6 is the worst, and the first half of S3 is damn near unwatchable. That fucking Jack episode with the chink...
can someone redpill me on the ending of Lost? None of the island was real or the part when they went back was just in their minds? They all end up in heaven together?
Well... No. It was all real. Except for that Heaven shit in S6. But as for the events on the island, they all really happened.
Watch this if you haven't. It's pretty clear on what happened.
Jack sacrificed himself, died, Hugo is the new leader with Ben as a second, and Walt is coming in to take Hugo's place later on.
s2 was pretty bad when it aired, because ABC stretched out 23 episodes from september to may, and all the breaks fucked up the pacing, since it was probably the slowest season of them all.
but on dvd it's fantastic
Try and tell me I'm wrong. You cannot. Season 2 is below Season 6 because while the hatch/Henry Gale plotline was mindblowing, literally half the season is spent on the tail section and every one of them is dead by the time the season ends. Six is higher because while the purgatory side of things is handled sloppily, the finale is still one of the most beautiful things ever put on TV. Jack's character arc from season 1 to season 6 is one of the most tragically misrepresented things ever on TV.
>there are people who never knew they were setting up the whole premise of the show with this scene.
The "muh mysteries" and "writers winged it" people can go eat a sack of pickled assholes
I mean, I agree with your sentiment, but they did make a lot up as they went along. A lot of the things that people claim they didn't know they did, yes, (your pic related obviously) but still. Lindelof admits to a lot of this in his podcast with Andy Greenwald from like a month ago if you're interested
Some of the lost soundtracks make me watery-eyed still.
Michael Giacchino is to Lost what John Williams was to Star Wars
I pretty much agree, except for Jack being in god tier too.
It was like fucking magic with those characters, i still remember all the tense shit, like Juliet with Jack in the glass holding cell.
>No matter what I do.... you're gonna die Charlie..
This episode was fucking amazing. They went operator in the underwater compound and that fucking immortal russian from hell kept fucking with them.
just rewatch it
i have to go back at least once a year.
my freshmen year of college I watched it maybe 2 times with my roomates. we wouldnt leave the house for a good 3 days sometimes
now, i just watch it to have the nostalgia and everytime i do i learn more and more that i missed