Bryan Cranston was "humbled" to win his third Emmy for Best Actor in a Drama Series. Winners, please stop using that cliche. The only thing less humbling than winning an award is winning the same award three times.
Look: I never expected every single detail, or even most of them, to be explained or even acknowledged in the finale. Homer is allowed to nod. I just wish he didn't say, "Night, all" and head off to bed.
In the end Lost did give us another manifestation of the myth of the One -- not the One God, but the One Soulmate, the one who can awake you from your slumber in order to help you realize who you really are.
It's gonna be so awesome. All my questions will be answered. Why are they there? Is it purgatory? How come the fat guy hasn't gotten skinnier despite being on a deserted island??!?!? Oh wait. Strike that. I've never seen an episode.
Will the hydrogen bomb blast transport series regulars back from the past into the present? Will they be killed? Or will they all be scattered about on other ABC series the way Elizabeth Mitchell wound up on V?