It's kind of fun reading all about the episode on USA Today, before it even airs out here on the West Coast.
From what I've read, with the ending of the show now in sight -- 3 more short seasons -- they are going to start answering a lot more questions in each episode, rather than stringing us along as they have.
Last ear I gave up on this show fo 2 reasons, one was the manipulation of the network, with the show schedule, and it got so confusing, I just didn't care anymore.
This season we can be confused, just 8 episodes, due to the writers strike. On the View yesterday, Whoopie gave an amazing hint of what was what to come, before the blonde woman, from the "Others" came on as a guest. If what she said was true,get ready to shake your head!
I taped it all last night, to watch, and to see if I want to become entwined again:)
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I've watched it so won't say anything until everyone has watched it. I am confused about several things. As Papa2cool said the flash forwards are confusing and after watching you will wonder about Hurley, and "who in the heck is in the casket"? Also, only 6 make it back, but who are all of them? Maybe we will finally learn some of the answers.
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I missed it because I was away at sea, but the first thing I did when I got home was watch the 1st episode that I had taped. Yes, it's confusing, but also fascinating, and has me as hooked as ever. I am only sorry it will be an 8-episode season. They'll never be able to answer enough questions in 8 episodes!