Interesting.I still find myself googling, "Lost" to read old predictions and reviews of past episodes. I still find myself going to hulu.com and watching clips or entire episodes whenever I don't feel like cramming for finals.I still find myself telling people they should watch it, even though its... over.I still find myself going, "That was one hell of a journey. Thanks, LOST."
Well, I was hoping to postpone my post-LOST depression with Arrow's and Swan's final blog posts, but it would appear they are indefinitely speechless...oh well.I still can't sort through my thoughts on the ending...and I don't know if it's fully registered that LOST is over.
It's weird. Everytime I'm asked what my favorite TV show is, I'm at a loss. What do I say when there is no Lost?
I feel like it's an end on an era. I don't think there is going to be a tv show with such genius and following. I'm incredibly disappointed, because I don't feel like my entertainment challenges my mind anymore.
Kind of empty! And Glee just had it's season finale, so I'm kind of at a loss! Can't wait til Psych comes back, but I'm honestly really missing Lost. I'm kind of reliving it through my friend who's recently started watching, though, so I'm not completely depressed...yet, haha.
Well, I wasn't expecting Arrow to make a post, since he kind of left the project a couple of months ago. I've hassled Swan about posting her response several times; still nothing. Sorry about that, guys. If you watch her youtube channels, you can harass her there. :PI am in the same boat as all of you: not much else to look forward to when it comes to television and a little bit in denial. Surprisingly, though, I don't think about it all that much anymore. I miss it, but I guess when there is nothing left to theorize about it is kind of just a distant memory. HOWEVER! I dreamed about the finale for two weeks after it ended. I only recently stopped! It basically consisted of me, some people I knew, and the cast walking around finding out we are actually dead. Eerie. There was more to it than that, and it was a little different every night, but that is always how the dream ended. I have a few friends who have started watching it as well, so I am living vicariously through them. I'm sure it helps me not cry myself to sleep at night.
You have LOST dreams too?!?!?!?!?! I'm so glad; I thought I was the only one.I had this weird one with the Swan countdown going into "negative time" (something I'm sure my subconscious made up) and another where during the Incident, Miles died but Faraday lived and was printing fake IDs. Then there's always the Desmond and Penny running through Mario Kart land to meet Jasmine from Aladdin. That was a really, really odd one looking back on it. I feel like these would make great future story prompts.
Ahahaha, those are fantastic. Better than mine. I wish I could remember mine in better detail now. At the time they stuck with me for hours. I should have written them down. A lot of them were veeeeeery interesting. I remember I had one so amazing that when I woke up I thought, "Man, that would have been a much better ending." But this is coming from me, who was not 100% on board with how it all ended. Now, if only I could remember that dream...
Wow, you guys are way more creative than me in your dreams. Mine are 100% wish fulfillment, so I'll get saucy Sawyer and smoldering Jack dreams.Almost jealous, QuoteGirl. Almost.