A whole bunch of characters achieved their capital-D Destiny on Lost last night - which mostly seemed to involve reverting to being the people they'd started out as. You can run from the Smoke Monster, but not yourself. Spoilers below!
Let's face it, if the big mythology episode of Lost hadn't been cheesy as all get-out, you'd have been disappointed. It's about time this show let its true over-the-top colors fly. But exactly whose fall from grace did we witness?
Last night's Lost was all about Jack's God complex, both in the Island and "flash-sideways" realities. Why won't people listen to Jack? He can save them all. Really, he can. Spoilers ahead...
Last night's Lost really underscored that there are two compelling characters remaining on the show: Hurley and Desmond. We're probably going to judge the show's ending based on how it handles these two characters. Are you with me? Spoilers ahead...
So are you a bit more convinced now that Lost's final season is going someplace amazing? The Desmond-centric "Happily Ever After" recharged our faith in the "flash-sideways." Here are 15 cool things we learned last night. Spoilers ahead, brotha...
Tonight we learned the story of Richard Alpert, Lost's most enigmatic character. And it turns out that Richard's arrival on the island was something of a turning point for everyone concerned. But what did it mean? Spoilers ahead...
Sawyer tells lots of different stories to different people in last night's Lost, but really the only thing he wants to share is delicious, wholesome pain. And we discover that mommy issues are the new daddy issues. Spoilers below.
Lost's Benjamin Linus has hit rock bottom, both morally and psychologically. So now is he going to have a miraculous transformation into the Island's noblest character? Please, no. Just no. Spoilers for last night's Lost ahead.
Sayid used to be one of my favorite characters on Lost, but he took a few too many random turns — even before he shot a kid. Now it seems like even Sayid doesn't like Sayid any more. Spoilers ahead...
I kind of hope Jacob winds up being the big villain of Lost. He's just so smug and manipulative, as evidenced by last night's totally awesome episode. Spoilers ahead.
Is it too soon to wonder if Lost's latest gimmick is falling a bit flat? At the very least, last night's episode was the second in a row that Sawyer stole, and that feels significant. Spoilers below.
Last night's Lost was much better than we'd expected from a Kate-centric episode. Partly, this was because Kate did a teeny bit of growing as a person. And partly it was because Jack and Sawyer stole the show. Spoilers avast...
One's wearing a white shirt, the other black. Is it a smackdown between Good and Evil? Macs and PCs? Rosencrantz and Guildenstern? Nope, it's the big Lost season five finale, with tons of spoilers ahead.
John Locke, Lost's spiritual-questing outdoorsman, finally lived up to his name last night, offering his people a new social contract. But as with most contracts, you really gotta read the fine print. Spoilers below!
Why did I read that huge Lost spoiler on io9 last week — and, more importantly, why did it turn out to be true? Spoilers and lamentation after the jump. More lethal spoilers, below.
The dynamic duo of Hurley and Miles teamed up again on last night's Lost for some soul searching — literally and figuratively. Spoilers and a confession after the jump.
Mutton dressed as lamb in some bad wiggery, a monologue-ing villain, and one pissed-off teenager: Lost had it all this week. Get spoiled after the jump.
News flash! Last night's Lost was Kate-centric, and I didn't hate it as much as I thought I would. Spoilers ahoy.