Lost > Lost Finale Review, Take Two: What About the Storylines? > Comments Page 4
What was Eloise's Siedways role? She was all-knowing... but to what end? She just didn't want Desmond to enlighten folks, but think about it: Would ANYthing have been different if she never appeared this season?
@Will: I agree. The payoff still seemed lacking, but yes, Desmond turned the light off and made MIB human, so Kate could kill him.
Still, I failed to really care if he got off the island. The show had already told us there was a Sideways World in which things would pretty much be okay once everyone woke up.
Desmond was the only one who could turn out the light. He could withstand the electromagnetic whatever you call it to remove the stone in the middle of the light. Therefore making MiB vulnerable and human. Anyone else who tried that would have died thus the skeletons he saw before moving it.
Eloise Hawking's role was really important, however she seemed to just be selfish. She didn't want to loose her son as like Michael he had to wonder around NO SHINNY LIGHT for her!
As many others spaniards i woke up at six in the morning so i could watch the finale. I spent the night at my friend's so we could watch it together and comment. But at the end there were no comments...in fact we all thought "now will start the last episode"...I agree with u, i wasn't expecting many answer, i didn't need to know about the polar bear...but i didn't feel closure, and after six years it feels like the writers didn't want to make an effort in connecting the dots. The episode was good...but not enough good as the Lost finale should have been.
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