I always considered myself mostly a casual fan of “Lost.” I watched every episode from the beginning, but I never really got caught up in the mythology of the show. I liked the characters intermittently, and on most weeks, that was enough to keep up my interest. In the end, I was fairly satisfied with the “Lost” finale because I wasn’t that invested in the mythology and the lack of answers didn’t really bother me too much.
Until now. If you haven’t seen this video — One-Hundred Unanswered Lost Questions — I don’t know whether to encourage you to or not. As someone who was satisfied by the finale, I am no longer after watching this video for the simple reason that it articulates the scores and scores of unanswered questions. In less than five minutes, whether intentional or not, it exposes all six seasons of “Lost” for the sham that it apparently was. They really did just make up shit whenever they felt like it, didn’t they?
I wasn’t pissed off. But now: I kind of am.