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Lost – I certainly am!

The Channel 4 hit series Lost has made my Tuesdays worth living for the last few months now! Sad as it is, I love every episode, but recently I’ve started to become more and more frustrated that at the end of each episode I’m more¬†confused than at the beginning – never reaching any kind of conclusions. Yes this is the point of the series and the name speaks for itself, but I just want to start finding out why, what, who, how etc etc.

The great thing about the series is that it’s set in a real life setting, with average people who all have a story to tell, but then every so often a huge polar bear will show up on the desert island or a cloud of black smoke will appear and you’ll suddenly realise that this whole series really could go anywhere. There could be a great ending that will make the months of viewing worth while or there could be a completely unrealistic ending which would probably result in a lot of angry viewers! And even now that I moan about not finding anything out, i’ll be there tomorrow night at 10pm hoping that something might just happen to help me understand what’s going on (unlikely).

It’s genius how the producers have created such an addictive series and there are rumours that they themselves don’t even know how it will end – I’m just keeping my fingers crossed that I won’t be dissapointed. One last point – when are Kate and Jack going to get it together?!¬†

One Response to “Lost – I certainly am!”

  1. Mar Huey Says:

    The Banzai Couble Cannon Blast Slide is a water slide manufactured by a company owned by Toy Quest. Purchased at WalMart, the slide retailed for $299.96. Purchased for my grandaughters 5th birthday party, I was impressed with the ease the slide set up. Inflated in under 2 minutes and is basically self contained. However, the stitching on the vinal slide was too tight and the perforations caused a tear in the vinal slide. WalMart stood behind the product and replaced it with another. Again, however, one hour before the party the blower motor gave out but WalMart swapped the blower from the first unit for the second blower and I returned and installed the blower one minute from the start of the party.

    All the kids had a wonderful time and it was next to impossible to get them off the slide.

    My problem is what to expect next. I wrote an e-mail to Toy Quest regarding their product and warranty but as it is in today’s world, no reply. This is a cause for concern on my part and now I am worried about the longevity of this product. I don’t know about others but I don’t have three hundred dollars to shell out each time my granddaughter wants to play on the slide. WalMart will not post my review on their site as it contains a negative statement about the product. I will give WlMart kudos for standing behind the product but this is for what happened right out of the box. There are several variations on this slide and the price reflects the complexity of the unit itself.