So it's all over and in hindsight, it was kind of obvious the final season would leave a number of unanswered questions at the end. The season was throwing out even more mysteries to add to an already over-crowded mystery pile, which themselves would have been hard enough to satisfactorily provide answers to over 17 episodes. Of the answers we did get many seemed a little rushed/condensed, as though the writers were trying to provide as much closure as possible per episode.
Some of the storylines I'd liked to have had answered are:
What exactly was the island and how did it become? Why did MIB change into Smokey and not Desmond/Jack? Why was Walt special? Why do women die when giving birth on the island? Who built those damn statues? Did Vincent go to Dog Heaven?
But nevermind the unanswered, let's reminisce about the individual moments in Lost that really made us love the series. Whether they shocked, scared, humoured or pulled at your heartstrings, what are yours?
Some of mine, in no particular order...
Locke - Wheelchair reveal
Desmond/Charlie - "I'm sorry because, no matter what I try to do, you're gonna die Charlie"
Jack/Kate - Flashforward reveal
Locke - Coffin reveal
Desmond/Penny - Phonecall through time
Michael/Anna Lucia/Libby - The shootings
Locke - 'Alive' again on return to the island
Hugo/Jack - "You got some Artz on you"
Sayid/Ben - "...but still I did not believe it to be true. So I dug up that grave..."
Others (Tom)/Michael/Walt/Jin/Sawyer - "...Only the thing is, we're gonna have to take the boy"
Charlie/Desmond - Not Penny's Boat