wow, I just blocked my first ever fellow user on twitter. I'd noticed a tweet that Michael Emerson wrote earlier today about being wary of how, if you're only "acting" an especially heavy moment for a play, like crying or even kissing, that your BODY doesn't know that, it thinks it's real. But someone replied talking about how Lost never wound up giving an answer in the end for what the island was.
and I thought, hmm okay, I still love talking about the show, and feel like I've got a good handle on "the answers", so I'll be friendly and send a couple tweets to the guy trying to help him clear it up. Well apparently he's one of these people where even when you point out the conversation that Jack has with his dad in the funeral parlor in the finale that "everything that ever happened to you was real", etc, that, nope! everyone was obviously dead the entire time. And this is besides the fact that Jacob blatantly spells out to Richard in that beach scene exactly what the island is.
I'm trying to tell this dude that like 3 times and it's like he's doing the equivalent of holding his hands over his years yelling "naaananaanaanaaa!!" Just kept repeating "no answer was given!!" must be a Trump voter.
thats what I get for trying to be helpful