I’m Lost in Lost (Seasons 2, 3 and 4)

Some of you are probably wondering – where the heck has this girl gone? I’ve been taking more days off than usual. My reason? I’ve been spending every spare minute I get watching Lost!

I remember telling you how much I had enjoyed watching Lost, Season 1. Like all addictions, it started small and I found myself wanting to watch it more and more! Right now I’m in the midst of Season 5 but I wanted to share why I’m enjoying the show so much!

One thing I’ve realized is that I’m actually glad I didn’t watch this show when it first aired. It would have driven me bonkers to have to wait a week between episodes! I also think it is better to watch this series on DVD because there are so many small details, nuances and intricaces that I think would have been lost (no pun intended!) if I had been waiting a week between episodes!

So what happens in Seasons 2, 3 and 4? To be frank, it would take the long post I’ve ever written just to scratch the surface of the storyline!

In a nutshell…

On the island

Off the island

On a boat

Off a boat

2004

2007

Babies are born

A LOT of people die (some definitely and some definitely maybe!)

1954

1974

1977

People leave…but will they return?

I’ve been trying to wrap my head around why I love this show so much! I think it is the complexities and the sheer bizarre aspects of the storyline – you really have to suspend your disbelief and just take the story where it goes. I also think the writing is absolutely amazing – I have heard some of THE funniest one-liners on this show! The comic relief balances out with the other elements of this series to make it truly spectacular!

One of my friends told me that when she was watching the series she became obsessed with it and I laughed at her (I was watching Season 1 at the time). I mean, I liked the show but obsessed? Why would anyone be obsessed with this show?

Well, I have to apologize to her (if you are reading – I’m sorry for laughing!) because now I understand why she felt that way as I’m experiencing it myself!

I can’t say enough about this show – I’m halfway through Season 5 and I am so torn – I want to know how things end and weave themselves together but, at the same time, I don’t want it to end!

Want to revisit some of your favourite Lost memories? Check out the Lost Timeline – it looks really cool (I’m not going to actually delve into it until I’ve actually seen the series finale – I don’t want to ruin it for myself!)!

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5 Responses to I’m Lost in Lost (Seasons 2, 3 and 4)

  1. Ester G says:

    This is what happend to me when I started watching the series “24” on DVD… It was like I fell off the planet!! 🙂 Enjoy!

  2. Anne Taylor says:

    Lol I love your update!! I’ve never watched one episode of this show, but my husband and I were talking about maybe watching it one day…the way you’re doing it.

  3. Florence C says:

    I watched some on Lost when it was on TV be nice to watch on DVD again

  4. Stacey says:

    I LOVE Lost and miss it so much, there has been nothing like it before or since. The writing was amazing, the characters, the mystery, a show for the history books I think, the first show that really took over social media, had writers leaving info and easter eggs for the fans, I know I poured over forums every week!!

  5. Elva Roberts says:

    July 24–You are the only person I know, so far, that has or is watching Lost. I know how you can get engrossed in a serial. I am the same about the author, Harlan Cohan,. I pick up one of his books, read until I really cannot see to read, put it down reluctantly and read again as soon as I get a chance. Like Lost, the characters have amazing events happen and, really , some defy reality. Still, I am glued to the book until the last page. It is a wonderful escape and, for the time I read, all seems possible. Maybe, that is the hook. Who knows or even cares?!-el03ro

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