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Darlton discuss the final season!

January 5th, 2010 § 14

Here is an awesome interview with Damon and Carlton about the final season of LOST:

Lost Q & A

THR: You mentioned a narrative device, I’m assuming it’s not a flashback or flashforward?

Cuse: Musical numbers. If you love Bollywood movies, you will love this season.

All this talk about the final episode has me sad already. The show isn’t even on for 4 more weeks and I already feel like it’s almost over ;_;


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§ 14 Responses to “Darlton discuss the final season!”

  • kid entropia says:

    Great interview. It´s good they won´t end the story with a cliffhanger. Now, i just hope they explain, or at least strongly hint at the possible nature of, the most important mysteries. basically, smokey, mib and jacob.

  • Teleholic says:

    I feel so weird. I still remember seeing the very very very first previews, where my first reaction was “Hmm creepy jungle-OHMYGOD it’s Merry from Lord of the Rings!” I can’t believe it’s ending. It feels so surreal.

  • LithiumRox says:

    I almost wish he was being serious,I wanna see a Lost Musical, even if its just some cracked-out dream sequence.
    …and everyone can sing Patsy Cline and have a montage.

    I always have such mixed feelings about finales, part of me is going “WHY IS IT NOT FEBRUARY YET! I NEED MORE LOST!”
    While another part of me goes “ITS ENDING IN MAY? SO SOON?? NO! NOT YET! DON’T LEAVE ME!!”
    Apparently I think in capslock…

  • admin says:

    @Teleholic I know, I feel the same way! The best thing is I wasn’t even going to watch it, but some ditzy girl I worked with at the time wanted me to watch it so we could talk about it the next day, and I was like, “Well…nothing else is on. And I do love Meriodac Brandybuck” LOL.

    @LithiumRox I THINK IN CAPSLOCKE!!!!!!!! You probably could have guessed.

  • latenac says:

    I wish they were doing Bollywood musical numbers then we’d most likely get to see a lot of shirtless Sayyid.

    The final season is kind of like when you have a kid about to learn to walk. You really want them to b/c you know it will make life easier but then they do and it just presents a whole host of other problems like no shirtless Sayyid after May.

  • maki says:

    @ latenac, yeah I’d like that too, then we could have this again:

    and yes please to shirtless Sayid.

  • w says:

    Totally feel ya, Teleholic. I thought Lost looked lame like some scripted reality show or something, but my mom wanted to watch it so I decided to give it a shot….

    Best decision EVER.

  • LostTeaParty says:

    Thank you Darlton for the best Christmas present EVER. Loved the last comments from both; spot on analogy – tears forming :(

  • Lauren M says:

    I was reading an interview with Josh Holloway about the casts feelings about the end and Terry compared it to leaving high school, I almost started crying but I was also drinking so that might have had an affect.

    I’m pleased with the interview and while I can’t believe it’s ending and I’m kinda sad, I’m glad they’re not dragging it on until it becomes pure crap. It’s been a great journey and I can’t wait for the resolution. I had similar feelings when Monk ended. I just started playing Keane’s Time to Go and it’s making me think of the Lost ending. If you haven’t heard the song, check it out, it’s awesome!

  • Lauren M says:

    Sorry for my previous insanely long comment!

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