The episode "The End" is the final episode in the television series LOST. The flash-sideways timeline is explained, and the fate of the remaining people on the Island is revealed. Many characters from past seasons rejoin the main cast in this episode.
Picking up from What They Died For, Jack is the new protector of the Island, and his first order of business is killing The Man in Black who remains in the guise of John Locke. In order to do this, Jack must use Desmond to enter the Source and "pull the plug" on the power of the Island, rendering The Man in Black and Jack himself, mortal. This is the final confrontation in the original timeline.
The other remaining Islanders make their way to the The Ajira Plane, still on Hydra Island, to escape.
In the Flash Sideways timeline, all of the Islanders converge on a concert which features the music of Daniel Widmore and Drive Shaft. As each character meets others from the Island, sharing similar experiences, they begin to "remember" the events on the Island. This culminates to the final scene in a Church where Christian Shephard's funeral is being held.
Most of the remaining mysteries of the show are explained.
Charles Widmore is an industrialist, philanthropist and owner of the powerful Widmore Corporation. However, prior to his rise to success in the business world, Widmore was the leader of the mysterious Others, before being exiled from the island he called home. Due in no small part to his banishment at the hands of Benjamin Linus, Widmore devoted his life to relocating and returning to the island, and to exacting his revenge on Linus.
Widmore's personal life, on and off the island, is a complicated tapestry, as he is known to have fathered at least two children. He had an apparent romantic relationship with another island native, Eloise Hawking, who gave birth to Daniel Faraday, his son. Widmore is also the father of Penny Widmore, who he fathered with an unknown mother. Widmore's relationship with Faraday appears to be non-existent, aside from a grant Widmore provided to further his son's scientific research. However, Widmore's funding appeared to suit his own needs, as he used Faraday's accumulated knowledge to relocate the island, despite the fact he knew it would result in his son's death. His daughter, Penny, after years of distrust and interference, completely distanced herself from her father, and appeared to have severed all ties with him. Widmore viewed this strained relationship as a sacrifice his goal demanded. Nonetheless, Widmore still appeared active in Penny's life, as he actively denounced her relationship with Desmond Hume, who Widmore did not feel was worthy to date his daughter. His attempts to bribe Desmond into avoiding his daughter, among other things, has led Penny to completely distrust her father.
After Widmore's eventual location of the island, he sent a ship full of mercenaries to locate and capture Ben. In the process of the operation, a mercenary killed Ben's adopted daughter, Alex, in an attempt to goad Ben out of hiding. Ben blamed Alex's death completely on Charles, and warned Charles that he would exact his vengeance by killing Charles' own daughter...
The sixth and final season of LOST was released on DVD on August 24, 2010, featuring an 11 minute epiloge called "The New Man in Charge", primarily following Ben Linus, as well as deleted scenes, bloopers, and other features.
Weezer's new album will be called "Hurley", and the album cover prominently displays the smiling visage of Jorge Garcia.
LOST Season 6 was released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 24, 2010, alongside a complete series boxset. Bonus features include an 11 minute epilogue.
The sixth and final season of LOST is completed.
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