Because I can't let go, I'm going to do one more day of Lost links in light of last night's action-packed finale. Those who don't share my passion can follow the jump for less geeky fare.

We begin again with Jeff Jensen's EW recap, which raises some intriguing questions about the person in the coffin and the implications of last year's obituary.

You'll probably want to read Wikipedia's entry on real-life philosopher Jeremy Bentham.

Pop Candy doesn't do recaps, but there's lots of hearty discussion to be had.

Noel Murray's recaps at AV Club are some of the best. This one is no different.

Time's headline cracked me up.

Roger Catlin isn't looking forward to waiting eight months for another season.

TV Worth Watching points out that for the first time, a Lost finale answered more questions than it raised.

And yet Alan Sepinwall felt oddly unsatisfied. True, it wasn't quite as much of a mindfreak as last year's finish...

...but Mo Ryan has the right idea: "The point of Lost is to pause the TV every few minutes while you debate theories with your friends, loved ones and pets. The point is to laugh and get a lump in your throat and freak out and have 14 different kinds of reactions in two hours; to be confused, to think up theories, to meditate on the jaw-dropping eeeevil of Ben Linus and to geek out at the sight of a scratchy Dharma Initiative training film." Except I don't know if I would really call Ben Linus "eeeevil." Nonetheless, hers was the most enjoyable recap I've read because she took that kitchen-sink philosophy and just ran and ran and ran with it.

Lastly (Lostly?), here again is the "Orchid" training video released before the season began. It should make a little more sense now. A little.

As noted above, you can follow the jump for non-Lost links.

Because I can't let go, I'm going to do one more day of Lost links in light of last night's action-packed finale. Those who don't share my passion can follow the jump for less geeky fare.

We begin again with Jeff Jensen's EW recap, which raises some intriguing questions about the person in the coffin and the implications of last year's obituary.

You'll probably want to read Wikipedia's entry on real-life philosopher Jeremy Bentham.

Pop Candy doesn't do recaps, but there's lots of hearty discussion to be had.

Noel Murray's recaps at AV Club are some of the best. This one is no different.

Time's headline cracked me up.

Roger Catlin isn't looking forward to waiting eight months for another season.

TV Worth Watching points out that for the first time, a Lost finale answered more questions than it raised.

And yet Alan Sepinwall felt oddly unsatisfied. True, it wasn't quite as much of a mindfreak as last year's finish...

...but Mo Ryan has the right idea: "The point of Lost is to pause the TV every few minutes while you debate theories with your friends, loved ones and pets. The point is to laugh and get a lump in your throat and freak out and have 14 different kinds of reactions in two hours; to be confused, to think up theories, to meditate on the jaw-dropping eeeevil of Ben Linus and to geek out at the sight of a scratchy Dharma Initiative training film." Except I don't know if I would really call Ben Linus "eeeevil." Nonetheless, hers was the most enjoyable recap I've read because she took that kitchen-sink philosophy and just ran and ran and ran with it.

Lastly (Lostly?), here again is the "Orchid" training video released before the season began. It should make a little more sense now. A little.

As noted above, you can follow the jump for non-Lost links.

Comedian Harvey Korman has died.

This Clay Aiken fatherhood story is very strange indeed.

M.I.A. might have to move to Canada.

Ted Nugent has written a theme song for the NRA.

None other than Elizabeth Berkley has been cast in the Richard Kelly-less, Jake Gyllenhaal-less Donnie Darko sequel.

Earlier this week Idolator began a 2008 summer jam tournament. Today's voting pits Kid Rock against Tyga.

I'm way into the idea of a Prince vs. Radiohead beef.

Mad Men is coming back July 27.

To close out, because my hunger for Kanye West is nearly as voracious as my appetite for Lost, here is his third(!) video for "Flashing Lights."