LOST: The Impact of LAX

Screenshot from LOST

There are few series I enjoy writing about as much as LOST and when it comes to individual episodes, the two part Season Six premiere titled “LAX” is as controversial as it gets.

The episode, as I would write in an essay for TV Obsessive, served to both split the timeline and the fandom. Heading into the final season, people wanted answers. Well, a lot of people did anyway. What they got instead was one final, large puzzle to figure out which rolled out in “LAX”.

For many, this splitting of the timeline was too much. For others, they were all in and this was one more puzzle to solve. For me, I was along for the ride at this point and welcomed something new to sink my teeth into. This episode seemed to flip the show on its head once again and while I could understand the frustration some had, that was not my opinion in the slightest.

I’m proud of all of my work on LOST and that includes what I wrote about this pivotal episode. You can find the essay at this link here. Find me on social media and let me know what you think of this essay!

Written by Andrew Grevas

Andrew is the Founder / Editor in Chief of 25YL. He’s engaged with 2 sons, a staunch defender of the series finales for both Lost & The Sopranos and watched Twin Peaks at the age of 5 during its original run, which explains a lot about his personality.

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