Advertisements Some people (my wife included) have have a neat ending to a TV show or movie. All mysteries solved, all questions answered, "i's" dotted and "T's" crossed. If that's what you want from LOST, you will be extremely disappointed. My best guess is that the finale may also introduce us to some more mysteries at the end. It will undoubtedly require some thought, some re-watching, and some more thought before we begin to understand what we have just seen. As maligned as the ending of "The Sopranos" was, it accurately conveyed the paranoia that will follow Tony the rest of his life along with the realization that life could be over in an instant. If you want all questions answered, spare yourself the headache and skip the finale. The ending of this particular television event will most likely end not with a period, but a question mark.