Final Episode of LOST Raises Mixed Response

Locked and Harney – two of the characters from the long running series LOST – but is it really over?

For over a decade it has compelled viewers – last night, LOST, the continuing story of a group of venal self serving organised criminals, came to an end.

Loosely the story follows the fortunes of the passengers and fellow travellers of FiannaFail 815 and how they survived by feeding on the natives of a small island after crash landing on it several times with appalling regularity.

Criticised over the years for it’s wildly contradictory plotlines which included relying too heavily on construction, dodgy deals with crooked bankers and even one storyline ‘Decentralisation’ which was based on the utterly implausible movement of thousands of unwilling cast members, LOST still has one last sting in it’s tail.

“The NAMA plotlines were hard for viewers to swallow but I think that’s just negative spin. If viewers can’t understand what we’re doing it’s their fault. They’re the ones who are wrong. Not us” says Brian Cowen, who plays the popular character Locked. “That said, we think that the way we tied up all of the storylines is satisfactory going forward”.

While LOST is officially over, thanks to repeats the meandering tale of a group of marooned inepts is likely to limp on on Irish screens for quite some time yet to come.

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