The finale of the landmark drama “Lost” aired Sunday night, and the island finally gave up its secrets. With a 2-and-1/2-hour bang of a sendoff, “Lost” producers explained the biggest of the ABC’s burning questions with the revelation that the survivors of Oceanic Airways Flight 815 all eventually end up dead. But don’t worry – they’re okay with that. It turns out that the “Lost” alternate-reality world where the plane crash never happened was just a limbo where the gang’s dead souls from the world where it did happen could meet up and travel to the afterlife together. Romantics can rest assured that strong-jawed hero Jack (Matthew Fox) doesn’t let a little thing like dying keep him from ending up with Kate (Evangeline Lilly). “It was beautiful,” says Adam Schatz, co-founder of the band Previously on Lost, which played at a finale party at Brooklyn’s Bell House bar. “It was a very emotional time, and everyone cried. We were never going to get closure, but now we can move on, too.” Fans who wanted to know exactly what the heck the bizarre golden power source at the center of the island was, however, were left in a different kind of… Read full this story
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