‘Lost’ execs give clues to final episodes

The Ausiello Report hooked us up with some spicy info regarding the last few episodes of Lost. Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse must’ve been in a saucy mood at the 2010 Paley TV Fest, talking rather loose-lipped about the last batch of episodes coming down the pipe. Here’s the most interesting part of this weekend’s sold-out panel:

The answer is “yes” to the following: Will Richard and Ilana exchange some words soon? Will we see another painting by Bender? Do some of the characters’ last names have significance, particularly Jack’s? Is Jack married to someone we’ve met before? Was Jacob telling the truth when he said someone was coming to the island? Will we learn more about Hurley and Libby’s connection? Will we see Vincent and Charlie again? Will we learn if Desmond was really on the plane?

The answer is “no” to the following: Will we get a conclusion to the story of Ben’s love, Annie? Do the purple circles in Bender’s mural mean anything? Did Juliet’s ex-husband get killed by a smoke bus? Will there be a DVD release of the show in chronological order?

The answer is “maybe” to the following: Will the Hurley bird be explained? Will we see Walt again?

The answer is “no comment” to the following: Will we learn why women can’t have babies on the island?

Radio silence: After being bombarded with questions about the show for six years, Cuse said they do not plan on commenting on the series finale after it airs.

Final spoiler from Lindelof: “Water.”

Kind of lame that they’re following David Chase’s path regarding not discussing the finale after it airs.  I think that’s a pretty copout way of admitting that they aren’t sure if it’s going to be a hit or a miss. (If I had to make a wager, I’d vote miss)

Consider me intrigued, but honestly, I just can’t wait til the damn thing’s over.


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