I literally just screamed upon flipping through this week’s Entertainment Weekly when I found over a page devoted to Gillian Anderson!
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“Since the start of Lost, we were presented with a diverse group of individuals that had something in common besides surviving a plane crash: They were stuck in ruts of self-destructive behavior that needed to be dismantled. They needed forgiveness and correction and healing; they needed transformation and new meaning. The story encouraged us to believe that The Island offered the means to attain this change. Neat… except The Island’s redemption scheme was a sick, self-serving game designed by an immature intelligence. In the end, the castaways found liberation and renewal and fulfillment, but they got it in a most ironic fashion: By purging Jacob’s defective system and rebooting it. They changed the rules.”
“I no longer feel a need to ”make sense” of Lost… which is why I won’t be using this anniversary column to complete the project I began last summer and never finished, entitled ”The Final Theory of Lost.” ”Solving Lost” was a game that gave me pleasure when the show was on the air and doling out puzzle pieces; not so much now that the puzzle, no matter how fuzzy the picture, is finished. Beholding the messy whole, I realized I was good with Lost being messy.”