And here’s my part: I will finally stop talking about it. I’m not doing this because I feel entitled or above it — I’m doing it because I accept that I will not change hearts nor minds. I will not convince you they weren’t dead the whole time, nor resent you for believing they were despite my infinite declarations otherwise.
Let this be our pact. And I’ll just have to trust you on this — I don’t have Badger and Skinny Pete pointing lasers at your chests to keep you honest. And the truth is, there’s no way everyone is going to read, let alone agree with this deal.
But I’m going to keep my part. I’m done. I’m out. Just one last thing before I go …
I stand by the Lost finale. It’s the story that we wanted to tell, and we told it. No excuses. No apologies. I look back on it as fondly as I look back on the process of writing the whole show. And while I’ll always care what you think, I can’t be a slave to it anymore. Here’s why:
I did it for me. I liked it. I was good at it. And I was really … I was alive.
Damon Lindelof on how the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale let him say goodbye to ‘Lost’ (Guest Column) | THR
This is what Walt from ‘Lost’ looks like today. Thanks TMZ!
The ‘Les Mis’ clips reminded me of this. Very cool of Hooper to tribute ‘Lost.’
"LOST - THE PILOT, Past Is Prologue."
‘Where is it that we were together? Who were you that I lived with? The brother. The friend. Darkness, light. Strife and love. Are they the workings of one mind? The features of the same face? Oh, my soul. Let me be in you now. Look out through my eyes. Look out at the things you made. All things shining.’ – ‘The Thin Red Line’ by Terence Malick
Where does one choice end and the next one begin? Do we grow with each one we make? Are we the sum total of these choices? Do we have free will or does our past dictate our future? Does every choice we make lead us to one eternal instant?
Upside down plane! Why didn’t we think of that?!
Damon and Carlton after seeing the ‘Flight’ trailer, probably.
'Lost' was such a good show.
The Shield's Shawn Ryan, Lost'sDamon Lindelof, Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz, How I Met Your Mother's Craig Thomas, and Community's Neil Goldman describe what it's like to pitch, develop, and attempt to launch a network television show.
Great bits of insider history on Lost, HIMYM, The OC, and cult favorite Nobody’s Watching, amongst others. It’s a bit of a long-ish read but very interesting.
04 08 15 16 23 42. Oh, Damon.
Yeah, he and every other Lost fan playing these.
‘There should be a hatch on this island! They spend the entire season trying to get it open. And there should be these other people on the island,’” Lindelof recalled Abrams saying. “And I’m like, ”We can call them The Others.’ And he’s like, ‘They should hear this noise out there in the jungle.’ And I’m like, ‘What’s the noise?’ And he’s like, ‘I don’t…know. They’re never going to pick this thing up anyway.’