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This article is about a parody of LOST that has either appeared on Television or the Internet. The parody is considered Non-Canon
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The Final Episode

Sayid interrogating Ben

The Final Episode is a parody of LOST which was played at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was played during Disney CEO Bob Iger’s keynote speech. The event also featured appearances by Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly.

The video begins with Kate and Sawyer walking down the beach discussing their rescue, and what they will do once rescued. Kate states that she wants to visit Las Vegas, however, she wants to do so to attend the Consumer Electronics Show (an obvious joke for the attendees). When Sawyer poses the big question as to who she will choose once off the island, she states that she chooses Jack, because he has a bigger boat. However, "Jack" turns out to be "Jack Sparrow" (Stock footage of Johnny Depp) from the Pirates of the Caribbean films.

The scene then cuts to Sayid, who has ties Ben to a tree in the jungle, doing so to prevent Ben from following them. Sayid then begins to ask questions about the strange happenings on the island, and Ben then poses a deal to Sayid: Release him, and receive the secrets of the island. Sayid agrees, and Ben states that there is one simple, unifying theory that will clear up all his questions, it's surprisingly simple and, in its own way, beautiful. Just before Ben can reveal the secret, the video is interrupted by technical difficulties (deliberately for comedic purposes), and returns to Sayid who appears shocked and satisfied by the answer, replying "My money was on purgatory".




(The opening logo for LOST is seen, followed by a caption reading "THE FINAL EPISODE".

SAWYER: So Freckles, what's the first thing we're gonna do when we get off this rock?

KATE: Ah, easy: Vegas.

SAWYER: Vegas? Nice choice, Sin City! What's your poison? Gambling? Drinking?

KATE: Actually, I hear the C.E.S. is there in January.


KATE: Consumer Electronics Show! Ahh, so looking forward to seeing how the HD-DVD Blu-ray rivalry turns out.

SAWYER: Who isn't?

KATE: And the guys at C.E.S.: -dead sexy.

SAWYER: Alright, I'm gonna pretend you didn't say that. Look, let's get down to business, huh? Here's a question: Now that we're leaving, you gotta choose once and for all. So who's it gonna be? Me or Jack?

KATE: Sorry cowboy, its gonna be Jack!

SAWYER: Jack? Why?!

KATE: He's got a bigger boat. Hey wait, there he is right now! Hey Jack!

(Sawyer lets out a frustrated sigh and looks out to the ocean, and cuts to a shot of Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean standing atop his ship. The scene then cuts to Ben and Sayid inside the jungle)

BEN: You've just been saved by a lovable and wealthy pirate, is it really necessary to tie me up?

SAYID: I want to be sure you don't follow us. And now, before I get on that ship, I want answers. Since we've been here, we've experienced things beyond all rational explanation. Things which don't make any sense. Polar bears, monsters, a French woman with an Eastern-European accent. What does it all mean? What is this island? Is there even an answer?

BEN: Yes there is. One simple, unifying theory that will clear up all your questions. It's surprisingly simple, and in its own way, beautiful. If you let me go, I'll share it with you.

SAYID: It's a deal.

BEN: Okay, the island is--

(The screen cuts to a message about technical difficulties for a few seconds, and then back to Sayid.

SAYID: Really? My money was on purgatory.

(The logo for the ending credits of LOST is seen)