If you're not a fan of Lost, or if you have not seen the episode that aired last night, 4/13 ('Everybody Loves Hugo'), please avoid this discussion. You either won't get it, or you'll get too much of it.
Well, that was a total letdown. 'Happily Ever After' was so unbelievable that I probably got myself a little too psyched-up for the last Hurley-centric episode ever. The Hurley stuff was great; there just wasn't enough of it, as the writers decided to try out about 15 other storylines, completely taking away from the most interesting stuff of the episode - the Libby/Hurley scenes. They needed more of that.
I didn't hate this episode. There was some cool stuff, including an answer to a long-standing Lost mythology question. But the erratic story telling and the even more erratic behavior of the characters (why the hell did Hurley want to go talk to Locke?!) really threw me off. I've seen better, Lost. I've seen better.