Locke puts his plan into action, which could liberate him from the island.
Apr 20, 2010
Alliances are forged and broken as Locke and Jack combine their camps.
Refund please? I just bought the season for $20 and none of the episodes showed up on google movies or whatever. And when i tried to play any episode right where i bought it, and it opened, but it said that its not available is my country, and im in The US. Please Refund. I also happened to have forgotten my gmail password because i always just set it up to auto sign in. I tried to recover it, but it said it would take 3-5 business days to recover for me.
Love it! I'm not kidding when I say best show ever! I've always loved Sayyid but I had wished he was more important to the story line and less of Kate. Also I agree with everyone. I didn't like the ending. Why did jack got to die and not Kate? I'm glad Desmond was important and didnt die well until the very end of course.
Amazing Although it IS overpriced on the google market, this show is worth every moment you can spare. It was extremely creative and breath taking, and it would make you want to watch the next episode. I reccomend this show to everyone. However, you MUST watch every episode or you will get very lost in the next episodes.
I hope this never happens again... I watched all of the seasons back to back, on DVD. I was so engulfed in the show, so enthralled that when it ended I cried for like 2 days. I was in college at the time, and I remember sitting in class pondering the ending, not paying attention, then getting a little misty eyed. It's just a tv show, so needless to say I felt a little crazy but it's THAT good! Although, I hope I never get that worked up about a show again.
Great Show I have seen this show many times I own all six seasons. To answer the question why did it end. this show was created to end. The writers knew when they started this show that it would end. And how it would end. SPOILER... If you think they died at the end of season 5 or they were dead the whole time you are wrong. Pay close attention to the last convo between Jack and his dad and you will know that every thing on the island really happened.
Ugh Loved the show up until the last season which proved that the writers were just making it up as they went along. I give it one star because the last season blew so hard that it ruined everything that had been built up in the previous seasons turning the entire story into one big pile of suck.
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