Lost Season 6 - The Final Season: Lost masterminds Carlton Cuse and Damen Lindelof drop hints about how ABC hit drama will end

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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Lost masterminds Carlton Cuse and Damen Lindelof drop hints about how ABC hit drama will end

Here is some Lost Season 6 related news!

Lost masterminds Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have been dropping hints about how the show will end next spring.

Among the mysteries unraveled in the very last episode will be the significance of the four-toed statue, what the Smoke Monster really is and who the skeletons in the cave were.

(We reckon Egyptian fertility goddess Taweret, conscience and Penny & Desmond respectively, for what it's worth!)

Says Cuse: "The end of the show will be a combination of trying to answer mysteries the audience still cares about, such as the statue and the Smoke Monster.

"We'll also be answering the skeletons in the cave question. We will answer the questions we feel are important and central to the plot.

"At the same time we will be trying to tell redemption stories about the characters. These characters do indeed have a destiny.

Source: Sunday Mercury

4 comments:

  1. This sounds like they might leave some questions unanswered if they think they aren't "important" enough, like the whole not being able to give birth on the island, which would be lame.

    I have a feeling that some of the minor mysteries from earlier seasons won't get touched on, and they will just be abandoned in lue of this Jacob and his enemy story.

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  2. (We reckon Egyptian fertility goddess Taweret, conscience and Penny & Desmond respectively, for what it's worth!)

    i`d reckon the skeletons were rose and bernard, since they have been living "off" anyways.

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  3. ineffigyofyou:

    The statue is a FERTILITY GODDESS. Not being able to give birth on the island is probably more important than we've ever realized.

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  4. For what it's worth, I'd say people can't give birth on the island ever since Jacob started hand-picking the castaways (Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Locke) to come to the Island. He didn't want anyone else to come--not by plane, ship, nor uterus.

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