Friday, April 18, 2008

This week on LOST Unlocked Chris and Brian have a special interview with the author of LOST Mind Games. Chris sums up his big theory in a couple of minutes and covers some very good listener feedback. Also, we announce a contest... Tune in to find out how the win! Not only do you get all that but you also get the goofball humor you've come to expect from us. Enjoy!


At 4/21/2008 3:05 AM, Blogger MoltenPanther said...

Uh-oh...future LU contacted present LU?! But that could create a paradox! A space-time rift could form, destroying the universe!

Of course, it all depends on your own idea of how time works. If future you DID contact present you, it must be the conventional linear theory of time. But if it's the big-ball-o'-time theory, which basically means that all time ever (past, present, and future) is happening right now, just on a slightly different plane. Which means the universe will end, and all because of Lost Unlocked.

You caused the world to end!!!


At 4/21/2008 8:05 AM, Blogger ezra_sharkington said...

hi guys, firstly thanks for reading out my feedback last week, cant tell you how strange it is to be driving up the m1 listening to you and hear my name mentioned.
if you get a chance have a look at the last feed back i put on last weeks show about your honking mega theory, makes sense to me and could fill in a lot of blanks.

unfortunately for the next few weeks ill have to listen to your show 10 days late as the air heads at sky tv have delayed the rest of season 4 by another week to counter act the weeks break you guys will have before the last part of the finale, so no looking at the Internet or listening to pod casts for me as by the time i have seen episode 9 you guys will have already pod casted episode 10 and be getting ready for episode 11 and so on, and being from the spoiler free club its gonna be hard not to look.

thanks again

At 4/21/2008 1:13 PM, Blogger Lost Unlocked said...

Molty, nice catch on the paradox thing... by coming back to warn ourselves we did in fact cr8 a time paradox that could potentially end the world as we know it. Fortunately.. much like in LOST, things in the LOST Unlocked universe have a way of course correcting themselves.

Erza, it's a bummer that sky tv is messing with the schedule for season 4... It seems like it will be truly difficult for you to remain spoiler-free but stay strong I know you can do it... And you will enjoy the show much more because of it!


At 4/22/2008 11:28 PM, Blogger Montands Arm16 said...

Chris, in real life does the organ noises play when you tell a joke, attempt to tell a joke, or look in a suggestive manner?

Is it safe to say Anne Dawson enjoys every character on Lost? haha. Johnathan Locke is by far the most compelling character on the show. Let's hear it Brian.

At 4/23/2008 8:58 AM, Blogger Lost Unlocked said...

Montands arm16: You hit the nail on the head!

I always got a chuckle from old soap operas when something serious would happen and it would be followed by an organ playing those familiar diminished seven chords. This was probably a follow-up to the days of radio when organ sounds permeated all the radio shows.

So I followed with some organ humor as somewhat of a tribute. When something a little off-beat (or mysterious) is said or suggested, I throw in an occasional organ chord. Perhaps not knowing the history, the organ sounds are strange or 'amateur', as suggested by some listeners...

Oh well - to each their own. Maybe I'll ditch the organ next season.


At 4/23/2008 4:39 PM, Blogger [insert clever lost themed name] said...

I like the organ sounds, they crack me up. I picture Chris sitting there with a crazy look on his face, actually playing an organ...however, equalizing the volume would help, because I usually listen with headphones, and sometimes it is really loud! Only one day til Lost returns! :D

At 4/23/2008 6:43 PM, Blogger MoltenPanther said...

So the contest ends tomorrow? Should it be in paragraph(s) form or script form?

At 4/23/2008 8:01 PM, Blogger Lost Unlocked said...

MoltenPanther: Take your pick. Whatever method would best suit your scene.

Insert Clever Lost Themed Name: On occasion, I actually do reach over and play an organ chord on the keyboard. I had Brian actually do it a time or two (no one knew). For the most part, I just pre-record them as I fumble through hundreds of sounds and mess around with them.


At 4/24/2008 4:59 AM, Blogger volinter said...

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At 4/24/2008 5:02 AM, Blogger volinter said...

First of all: thanks for your podcasts during hiatus.
Now that i finaly stop scratching my head on this timeloop thing and the endless repeat of the numbers calmed me down, i'm able reasonable thinking again.
The interview was very interesting. "Lost Mindgames" will make such a perfect present ... I will try to get an examplar. Unfortunately it have to find a way over the ocean without getting lost :)

At 4/24/2008 2:11 PM, Blogger MoltenPanther said...

I sent in my entry, but forgot to say who it was from. Mine was the one called "The Pilot" (title inspired from Chris's comment on the forum).


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