Almost exactly two years ago, my favorite TV show of all time came to an end. I was one of the few people who was actually satisfied with LOST's ending (which we talked about in detail when it happened), but a lot of people were pissed at the way Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse ended the show. By his own admission, Lindelof says that a lot of the questions the series posed were not answered, but in this interview with The Verge, he speaks for about 25 minutes and talks in depth about what the finale means to him and how he has no regrets with the way the series came to a close.
I respect Lindelof for agreeing to talk about this in such detail, especially since the show feels like ancient history with all of the things that have happened in the world since 2010. I also like how he handles the criticisms, offering detailed examples of things that definitively happened and didn't happen just to clarify aspects that might still be a bit foggy for viewers who didn't quite grasp what was "real" and what wasn't as the show wrapped up.
Where do you guys stand on the LOST series finale? Did you dig it, are you still a little bitter, or have you moved on?