OK, you can stop being afraid (let alone being very afraid). Though they both went on record as raving about David Chase's ending for The Sopranos, Lost executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof say the ABC drama won't leave its own fans hanging in any similarly confounding manner come May 2010. "We will not be ending with a blackout," Cuse said Wednesday at the Promax/BDA conference.

The duo said they and their writing staff recently fleshed out the final three seasons, including the very final episode. "I'm not sure there is any ending that will satisfy anyone," Cuse acknowledged. All they can hope to do, he said, is serve up a "logical conclusion" - sans any snowglobes, "good Samaritan" trials or Suzanne Pleshette. (Though they reserve the right to have Kate learn via caller ID that the Smoke Monster's name is "John.")