Tuesday, February 2, 2010

LOST! (spoiler alert!)


Yes, I am one of THOSE people.

The ones who are completely, wholeheartedly, unashamedly addicted to the tv show LOST and get into deeeeeep theoretical discussions/ arguments about what exactly is going on on The Island.

Well, tonight was the mind-bending premiere of the sixth and final season of this wonderfully cerebral series and during the commercials, Husband and I got into one of those aforementioned somewhat heated discussions while trying to analyze what we just saw that caused our brains to melt right there inside our heads.

Like I said. We're THOSE people. Its ok if you don't get it. To each his own.

Anyway, I'm a visual learner and I'm an artist, so, as an attempt to put things in perspective, I whipped out a pen and some paper and started doodling.

I drew up a somewhat comical summary illustrating what has happened in LOST from the very first episode until this monumental first episode of season 6.

And, of course, I just had to share it.

However... I must warn you first...

If you haven't caught up, or have never watched this show, and especially if you hate spoilers.... STOP READING NOW!

I'm serious. I'm a hardcore spoiler hater and I don't want to be the hypocritical person who ruins something for someone else, because I know I'd hate to have it done to me.

Last warning. Stop now, go and watch the show, then come back. Or not. Its your choice. Consider yourself fairly warned.

For all of you who have seen the show, are caught up, and happen to be as obsessed as I am... I hope you find this enjoyable. Or at least entertaining.

Go ahead and click on it. You know you want to inspect it further. Let me know what you think.

Anyone else as intrigued as I am?
P.S. - I have no idea why this stuff is blue and highlighted. There's no link. I don't know how to make it go away. My bad.

1 comment:

  1. Your picture is a great review of what I interpret to be happening, especially John Locke/Loophole Guy being equatable to my perception of the Devil and time being split by the hydrogen bomb. I also think that "Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey" is super cute. Thanks, Brittany!