Thanks to Flyer for the heads up.
On the end of ‘Lost’ in 2010
“Personally, it’s a relief. I owe this show a great amount, and I think it’s exceptionally Bandar Ceme good . . . [but] I am looking forward to the freedom that comes with not working on one project professionally. All of us knew that if the show was strung out indefinitely, it was going to ruin the story. It’s not like a doctor drama, where you have a new case each week.”
On his ‘Lost’ character
“When it’s all said and done, you’ll be able to look at the six seasons of ‘Lost’ and see a pretty amazing character arc. Jack has been evolving, and not necessarily into a good place. We started the show with him being this jagoan who had no concept of what that required, sort of trying to live up to the expectations… and then finding the way to redeem himself.”
On the shows conclusion
“This show started with a plane crash on an island in the South Pacific, and it’s going to have a very global and epic ending… I have some idea.”