Monday, May 24, 2010

More Lost Answers On The DVD Set?, Jimmy Kimmel Spoof - May 24, 2010

2010 Winter TCA Tour - Day 4The talk today continues to focus around everybody dissecting Lost. I liked the finale and am happy with it. Did I get all the answers that I wanted? Of course not but that is ok. We don't have to get answers to everything. I fully expect that we'll get more answers when the DVD set is released but that is just my assumption. There are all sorts of rumblings going on online of that there will be a lot of bonus material on this DVD set which will give us more info than what we got last night. Jimmy Kimmel said last night that he had heard that extras on the set would answer more questions including more info on Walt and "explanations for certain things that weren't in the finale". He did mention the Blu-ray set specifically. I would love for there to be a commentary on the finale and would be surprised if there wasn't one.

UPDATE - 5/26/10: Michael Emerson did an interview with G4 where he talks about a Hurley/Ben epilogue being on the DVD set. Here is the link to check it out.


I have listened to several podcasts today with people throwing around all sorts of theories. That has been very interesting including many things that I haven't even thought about. The finale drew an average of 13.5 million viewers. I watched the retrospective that aired last night before the finale and it was incredibly produced. It brought back a lot of memories and there were great interviews with the producers and cast. I already miss this show.

I loved the Target commercials that aired during the finale. The keyboard ad was probably my favorite with the "execute" button not working on the keyboard while trying to get the code in before time ran out. Then, we get "Dharma Lady" as the background music. Really fun ads by Target. Here are a couple of ads:


If you missed the Jimmy Kimmel special last night, they did a very funny "alternate ending" segment that spoofed other shows. You have to check it out if you missed it.

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