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By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

63 thoughts on “Final Thoughts On Lost – Shoemoney ?s Ep. 17”
      1. It was indeed an amazing long ride that’s rarely been boring. That’s how I see the show.

  1. Go Nebraska.But I still like the Miami Hurricanes better.But still nice vid and Jacket.

    Go Nebraska,
    Bradley Nordstrom

      1. I expected a more relevant topic from today’s episode. I hope the next one would be about something that has more value to me.

    1. LOST was a story of destiny, how everything happens for a reason, that we happen for a reason, but first you must let go of your flawed past. It was an epic story of redemption that may have lasted just 6 season but will remain in our memories.. forever.

      1. I don’t know about that. Got hooked for only one season and decided it just demands too much mental energy. I want to relax when I’m watching TV. Not stress myself out thinking about complicated storlylines.

    1. You missed a lot. Jeremy just about summed it up. It was one great adventure but all good things have to come to an end, right?

  2. The finale was reassuring, comforting even. It was like saying goodbye to a dear old friend though.

    1. I honestly can’t say I have it all figured about after years of watching it. But it’s definitely one of the things that you just enjoy. Too complex to overthink about but simple enough to be enthralling.

      1. It was quite a relief that the finale didn’t disappoint. I would have hated it if the total number of hours I spent watching over the years would just come down to a crappy ending.

    1. I felt like I’m doing a cryptic puzzle every single time I watched it. I think that’s part of the reason why it had such a successful run. You don’t have many shows now that are as fresh and as complex as Lost. It’s one of those things that you get to love from start to finish.

    1. Reading the comment thread makes me realize that I’m probably one of the few people who never watched it. I don’t know what that makes me. LOL

  3. “pressing industry questions like this one…” – LOL I’m probably one of those few people who haven’t watched a single episode of that show. This vid. sure made me want to check it out.

    1. What’s your thoughts on this year’s ASW, Jeremy? I read your post about the launch. Seemed like it was a blast. Congratulations!

      1. Speaking of ASW, did the guy who promised to get a ShomeMoney logo tattoo followed through?

    2. Not that I don’t like this video but it would have been put to better use if only industry-related questions are picked.

    3. Do you answer just about every question that come your way? I just think that discussing a TV series that has long stopped airing isn’t exactly a good choice of ?.

  4. So, what motivated you to watch the show? Any marketing lessons we can learn from there? 🙂

    1. That’s for another post. 😉 Nice video although I would have preferred a marketing related question.

  5. One of those shows that will have you feeling “lost” if you missed a season or two. But it’s epic. The convulated plots and subplots make you feel like you’re in for a wild ride.

    1. It’s definitely one of the most influential series of our time. It veered off the usual storylines and blazed a path all its own.

  6. Interesting. This would made a great read. Any chance you’re going to write a post about it, too?

  7. I don’t understand why people would waste 100+ hours watching TV shows. That’s a lot of time that could have been used for more productive pursuits.

    1. Good point. But that’s their business. I watched a few episodes, too so I kind of understand where the fascination is coming from.

    1. How can you not be into this? This show has won so many awards… It’s been on lists of top five series of the year, year after year. During this final season, the show averaged over 11 million US viewers per episode. It also got an Emmy and an award form the US Screen Actors Guild.

  8. Hey I just went to ABC’s Lost… There’s a poll asking “Would you want to live on the island with Hurley as the protector?” I’m a sucker for online polls. I was in the minority, and voted no. Anybody else vote?

  9. Hope your staff picks my question next week! I’d love to hear your thoughts on the latest trends in affiliate marketing.

  10. Whoa! Seems everyone here has watched the entire series, if not, bits and pieces of it. It must have been quite a show.

  11. I’d probably be first in the queue for a ticket if they decide to make a movie out of it.

  12. It was a show that made you think. Not a lot of TV shows do that. It has brought people together from all over the world through community forums, each discussing their own theories and snippets.

  13. Hurley forever! I crack up every time I listen to Weezer. Fun thinking about Lost… THanks for the video!

  14. I enjoyed watching it with my teenage daughter. It was she who actually got me hooked into it.

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