Or at least reveal some?!?

Will ‘Lost’ finale reveal all?
I have a horrible fear heading into the series finale of Lost.
Iím terrified that I wonít understand it. What an awful feeling that would be, after this much time invested.
Some things are going to be obvious, presumably.
Maybe the island is going to blow up real good, as they used to say on SCTV.
Maybe Jack, in his role as the new Jacob, will find a way to kill the Smoke Monster/Man in Black/Lockeís Body.
And maybe in conjunction with either, or both, of those things happening, thereíll be a ìsnapî in the space-time continuum. Suddenly, all those ìalternate universeî airplane passengers who landed safely in Los Angeles will have full memories of everything that happened to them on the island.
But beyond that, if you have to be a Bible scholar, or a Greek mythology expert, or some dang thing, to grasp the true meaning of what occurs, then not only am I going to be perplexed, Iím going to be annoyed.
The two-and-a-half-hour Lost series finale airs tonight on ABC and CTV. The finale will be preceded by a two-hour recap show. So even if you havenít been a regular viewer, you can check out the full four-and-a-half-hour package, and you may end up with a better handle on what transpires than people who have been watching since 2004.
I think I have a simpletonís grasp of whatís up on the island at this point:
Itís a battle of good vs. evil between Jacob ó now replaced by Jack ó and the Smoke Monster. If the monster wins, all life is obliterated. Thereís a light underneath the island that somehow maintains the world as we know it. The monster wants to destroy that light and now itís Jackís job to protect it.
What has me totally baffled is this whole alternate-universe thing that was set in motion by the bomb explosion at the end of last season. What has Desmond remembered, and why is he gathering everyone from Oceanic flight 815?
On a side note, itís a great pleasure to see twerpy villain Ben Linus (played by Emmy Award-winner Michael Emerson) return to his evil self, even if it might be only temporary.
And I have to say this before Lost ends, even though I feel shallow and superficial for pointing it out: What the hell could Hurley possibly have been eating over all this time on the island to keep his weight up?
Overall, I am not looking forward to Lost being done, but I am looking forward to the series finale, if that makes any sense.
ìObviously, not every question is going to be answered, so some people are going to be upset that those particular questions donít get resolved,î said Carlton Cuse, co-executive producer of Lost. ìWe felt if we tried to just answer questions, it would be very pedantic.
ìSo I think there would be, hopefully, a kind of healthy cocktail of answers, mystery, good character resolutions and some surprises.î
I just hope I donít have to take a university course to get it.