Are you addicted to Lost? Me too. It may be a trend. However, it could also be a problem. The show's growing popularity means that the authors need to keep expanding the plot without ever answering the root questions: why are they there? what's the show about?
The upcoming Entertainment Weekly features an interview with Stephen King who provides his answer to the key question, "How would you end lost?"
Implications - Stephen King has some ideas about how he would go about ending the hit TV show Lost. The entire thing for King would consist of a lot of shuck and jive.
"Iâ€™d make it work somehow. It would creak, but Iâ€™d make it work," says King on his inventive idea.
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How Stephen King Would End Lost
- By: Jeremy GutscheNov 29, 2006 Updated: Aug 10 2011