As voted on by EW readers:
Top Tissue Moment
Jack’s death, with Vincent lying beside him
The dog put Jack’s passing over the top — by 12 votes.
2. The entire finale, Lost
3. Charlie and Claire’s reunion, Lost
4. Jack and friends ”move on,” Lost
5. Sawyer and Juliet’s reunion, Lost
Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly
Washington Post “Lost” bloggers
Wednesday, June 2, 2010; 12:00 PM
It’s been more than a week and we (“Lost” fans, that is) are still reeling from a doozy of a finale and — dang it — lingering questions. A little group therapy is clearly in order.
1. Most Unabashedly Spiritual Send-Off: Lost‘s final two-and-a-half hours is about letting go and moving on, which Jack does when his father helps him accept that he and all his island friends are, in fact, dead. A moving reunion segues into the requisite white light, which engulfs our favorite castaways as we see how Jack’s corporeal existence ended. Next step: We’ll be working with Dr. Cohen-McGinty on letting go and moving on from Lost.