There's an article in New York Magazine called "Never-Ending Stories: How to fix shows like 'Lost'" about how TV producers never want to actually solve the mysteries on those kinds of shows because that would (they think) stop the delicious ratings-candy. I agree with everything the author says so hard it hurts. It's the same reason I won't read on-going superhero comics. I just like my stories to have beginnings, middles, and ends. Is that so wrong?