Tuesday, May 06, 2008


The new podcast is here.. hopefully you'll find it worth the wait.
This week on LOST Unlocked Chris and Brian shoot the breeze about “Something Nice Back Home”, visions of Christian Shepherd, and who is #1! All that plus a call from Daniel Faraday… don’t miss a second of it!



5 Comments:

At 5/06/2008 10:49 PM, Blogger Lizzybeth said...

As I listen to you guys talk about wishing Keamy had been killed by the Smoke Monster, there I see him on tv. CSI: Miami, for the record. Something else for the record -- it was on mute, cause I don't watch that crap. I listen to you guys instead :)

Long time listener, first comment.

 
At 5/07/2008 2:02 AM, Blogger Lost Unlocked said...

Suuuure, the old "the TV was on mute" story. Like we haven't heard that one before. I am only joking of course. LOST is so brilliant it makes all other TV shows seem weak in comparison.
Actually the Office is a terrific program... and Arrested Development was top notch before it was cancelled.
Bah, I'm rambling now.. thanks for listening to the podcast.

-Brian

 
At 5/07/2008 11:04 AM, Blogger Weas said...

Loved the Faraday impression!

 
At 5/07/2008 2:11 PM, OpenID blade2k6954 said...

i was listening to you guys as well as a couple of other lost podcasts and I'm surprised no one caught on to when miles said "i didn't sign on for this" when he finds danielle and karl. i don't know maybe it's nothing but i found it odd and made me wonder what exactly he did sign on to do. just a thought keep up the good work!

 
At 5/07/2008 11:23 PM, Blogger Sam McPherson said...

Well, thanks, weas -- I mean. I'll report that to Dan using the morse code connection. The battery on the sat phone's working again.

But um, he (Daniel Faraday of course) may call in tomorrow and recount his island experiences in 15 seconds. But they have to be long seconds, because, well, um...he talks kinda slow. And Charlotte sort of yells at him a lot.

By the way, I just started watching Arrested Development today. I'm like, on the third disc of Season One. I love it. It's the LOST-quality of comedies.

So yeah. I'll call -- I mean, have Dan call -- tomorrow after the episode. If he doesn't start time travelling again.

 

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