There's a numerical sequence in "Lost" lore that has great significance for the overarching plot and the characters themselves: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. But for the fans, there's a different sequence with perhaps even greater significance: 5/23.
One year ago today, on May 23, 2011, "Lost" delivered "The End." The series finale, written by co-showrunners and devoted defenders of the light Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, brought an end to six years worth of frequently controversial and always debatable subject matter revolving around time travel, science versus faith and other bizarre topics.
Whether you loved it or you hated it, chances are good that you felt strongly one way or the other regarding "Lost's" ending. In celebration of the completed show's one year anniversary, MTV News reached out to several expert commentators in the "Lost" community for their perspective on "The End."