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It's awesome how good the series has aged. Seeing it all again also made some storylines make much more sense. I even think the ending makes much more sense now. That's something I was totally blind for the first time I've seen Lost.
It's an awesome series that paved the way for the beautiful landscape of high quality tv series we enjoy today.
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