About those haunting images of 815 wreckage at the end of “Lost,” which made a lot of people think that everything, and I mean everything had meant nothing and the plane actually crashed and everyone was in jam form from day one? ABC says SORRY, INTERWEB OBSESSIVES:
“”The images shown during the end credits of the Lost finale, which included shots of Oceanic 815 on a deserted beach, were not part of the final story but were a visual aid to allow the viewer to decompress before heading into the news,” an ABC spokesperson told the Times.
I’m not sure how plane wreckage allows for decompression, unless they mean it literally, in the oxygen-masks-dropping-down sense of decompression. But I'm glad, because that's one less thing to argue over.
Still wishing someone would explain the scene below, though. When the batteries run down, there's no way to detect evil? How do all the batteries still have juice on the island after all these years? Is there a Wal-Mart on the other island? So many unexplained questions.
This may be my favorite: