Or at least was apathetic towards it. Relatively poor viewing figures compared to actual groundbreaking TV shows:
An average 13.5 million viewers tuned in to watch the American airing of the 2.5-hour Lost finale, "The End", last Sunday. It was the highest-rated program that evening, but fell far short of matching the viewership numbers posted by the finales of such shows as MASH (well over 100 million), Seinfeld (76 million), Friends (52 million), and even ALF (21.7 million).
From lostpedia.wikia.com. No I don't know why I'm still looking at that site, except that Clare is out and I am left in to entertain myself. Watching Dexter, Clare has tried to get in to series two, but failed. I'm struggling a bit to be honest.
Paul Clarke's weblog - I live in A small town. Wed to Clare and father to two, I am a full-stack web engineer, and I do js / Node, some ruby, python, php ect ect. I like pubs, running, eating, home-automation and other diy jiggery-pokery, history, tree stuff, Television, squirrels, pirates, lego, + TIME TRAVEL.