I didn't love the episode - all it showed was that the producers needed another season to wrap things up if they wanted to maintain the excellent quality of Lost. Instead of simply killing off Widmore they needed to devote an entire episode to 'his story'. If this had been done so much could have been answered on the nature of the 'Others' and their experience, the role of Widmore in this final conflict between Jacob and M.I.B., as well as shed some light on the character of Eloise. Instead it was a skeleton script that was an 'okay wrap it up boys' call.

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