... born September 6, 2005 in the United States, entered into sudden yet planned rest on Sunday, May 23, 2010. Lost was preceded in death by many greats. Greats that include: Seinfeld, Arrested Development, Gilligan's Island and Fantasy Island. Lost is survived by not much. Perhaps a 30 Rock and sometimes an Office or Modern Family. Some argue that Lost is survived by a Dancing With The Stars or other silly reality-on-crack extravaganza. But most of us agree that the television is no longer worth turning on. At least until the Tour de France starts in July.
Lost, our cherished program of choice, brought us drama, wit and creative story telling. Clever characterizations and way-out-there science fiction, were among the many traits that produced countless hours of analytical discussions and predictions.
Lost, we will miss you. We will miss the intrigue, the suspense, and the bounteous blessings of Sawyer's nick names. We will miss Hurley's Star Wars references, the sarcasm of Miles and everything about Ben Linus -- both when evil and good. We will miss your Easter-egg book-references, thought provoking scenarios and the hauntingly emotional music of Michael Giacchino.
Lost, we will miss almost everything about you. Except Juliette. We won't miss Juliette because we cannot stand Juliette and her Dr. Seuss pucker. We won't miss Anna Lucia either and thank Michael for taking her snarling ass out early. Oh and Keemie. Keemie was the baddest dude there is. Hated Keemie. And Sayid was turning into MacGyver -- what with the turning a mango into a telecommunications device -- we won't miss that. But we will miss Sayid...
Last but not least, dear Lost, we will not miss your unanswered questions.
p.s. That finale of yours was one fine way to go out! Well done! Bravo!