With only 18 episodes remaining of this epic adventure, the island's violent shifts through time were ended by Locke when he travelled off-island in an attempt to persuade the Oceanic 6 to return.
The final season of the 5 year long TV series has come to an end. Ties up many loose ends and also still keeps you thinking of other reasons and happenings on the island. This has been my favourite TV show next to Prison Break and was sad to see it end but I found that it was the right time as to not to let it drag on. The last episode is due to speculation...in my opinion, the ending could have been 100% better but others say it was the perfect finale. The only way to find out what you think on the matter is to buy this final season to fulfil your Lost needs!!!!!
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. With only 18 episodes remaining of this epic adventure, the island's violent shifts through time were ended by Locke when he travelled off-island in an attempt to persuade the Oceanic 6 to return. Back on the island, the survivors' stay in late '70s Dharmaville was over when their covers were blown and they were accused of aiding "The Others," and Sayid was gravely wounded during their flight. In addition, Ben killed Jacob at Locke's request. But since Locke's body was found to still be inside the coffin, exactly who - or what - is John Locke? And if Juliet was successful in detonating the hydrogen bomb, was she able to reset time, allowing Oceanic Air 815 to land safely in Los Angeles, or was the island destroyed along with all of its inhabitants?
The sixth and final season of the hugely popular US drama series. This season finds the survivors having to deal with the consequences of a nuclear bomb detonation aimed at changing the past. Episodes are: 'LA X', 'What Kate Does', 'The Substitute', 'Lighthouse', 'Sundown', 'Dr. Linus', 'Recon', 'Ab Aeterno', 'The Package', 'Happily Ever After', 'Everybody Loves Hugo', 'The Last Recruit', 'The Candidate', 'Across the Sea', 'What They Died For' and 'The End'.