NEWSFLASH: Lost cancelled*

by Téa Smith
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You heard it here first, folks.

After a year of hanging out on the Lost Forum, fan and Lost plot theorist, Duncan Smith (picture below**) has ruined it for everybody.

As a result, the show has been cancelled. Lost creator, JJ Abrams, told AAP this morning:

“There isn’t much point in making the show now that they’ve worked it out now, is there? We’re better off just taking our money and making something else. At least, until the internet folk beat us again.”

For months, fans have been speculating about the show, trying to second guess the writers and producers. Duncan, in a rare moment of insight and genius, has finally cracked the entire Lost plotlines.

We should publicly thank him for ruining it for the rest of us, and not letting us just WATCH the show for ourselves.

* May not be true.

** May actually be a picture attained from searching for “Nerds” in Google Images.

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