We won’t devote another post to “Lost,” after Pajiba Love today, that’s my assurance to you. We’ll get them all out of the way early.
For the last few weeks, leading up to the “Lost” finale, we were promised three alternate endings, which would air on Jimmy Kimmel. I think a lot of us expected that the alternate endings would be legit. In fact, when I woke up this morning, it was the very first thing for which I searched. A few weeks ago, I hated the idea of alternate endings, as I wanted everything about the show to be contained within the show. But this morning, I really wanted to see what Cuse and Lindeloff had up their sleeve, hoping that it might add a little more clarity (and has anyone else found it odd that J.J. Abrams is barely associated with this show anymore, despite the fact that — for the first three seasons — the show was synonymous with Abrams?).
Anyway, I was wrong. The alternate endings were lame-ass jokes. Here are the alternate endings. I feel bad that the cast members had to participate in them, but I’m thankful that Cuse and Lindeloff don’t write comedy.