Thursday, June 01, 2006

Podcast #4

Episode 2.23: "Live Together, Die Alone"

MP3 File


Blogger Claude said...

Here it is. Long-awaited.

Thanks for your infinite patience!

6/01/2006 04:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jack said "live together, die alone" at the beginning of the series when they united the people to form a group/camp.

6/02/2006 01:29:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

Cool, thanks for the info.

Still don't know what it's really supposed to mean.


6/02/2006 06:06:00 PM  
Blogger Justin said...

yeah, it still doesn't make sense in that context.

6/02/2006 06:36:00 PM  
Anonymous vicki h. said...

hi. i am still listening and i even though it is long (which i like) i like the way you guys go through everything in detail. i don't think any podcasts do that. this is great!
i would be happy if you did a podcast every week. a quiz would be fun. when i think of more i will write back. thanks guys!!!!!

6/03/2006 11:09:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...


Glad you like it, Vicki.

We try to do our best, the result of which some will like and others won't.

But if we have at least 1 person like you who enjoys it, it's worth all of the trouble.


I should mention that this podcast is the 2nd LONGEST EVER as far as we could tell from google-searching.

(Some Italian radio station did 7.5 hours, so we're #2 in the world, #1 in the US. We so could have beat 7.5 hours.)

6/04/2006 10:10:00 AM  
Anonymous vicki h. said...

hi. my husband is an attorney and thought he does not know international or maritime law. he said that there is no where in the world that if you got caught for murder that you would not be prosecuted. he believes that if it happens on a cruise it is usually the closest country where the murder on the boat takes place that would prosecute you. i guess someone who knows international law or maritime law could be more specific.
but michael would be prosecuted if he was found out. i am just not quite sure who would prosecute him.
are you guys doing more podcasts this summer?

6/04/2006 01:13:00 PM  
Blogger Justin said...

I figured it wouldn't be that easy, or we'd have all kinds of maritime murders. Thanks for the info.

And, that conversation is pretty late in the podcast, congratulations for making it that far!

6/04/2006 04:26:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

Yes, thanks, Vicki.

We are planning to do podcasts over the summer.

We have a few ideas, like talking about whatever episodes rerun over the summer and comparing those eps to what we know now.

We'll figure it out pretty soon and let you guys know.

6/04/2006 09:48:00 PM  
Anonymous laura said...

Can I get points for listening to the whole 6 1/2 hour podcast? 'Cause I did... over several days anyway! I enjoyed it a lot -- you certainly covered EVERYTHING from the finale!

I haven't listened to the earlier podcasts, because I didn't find your podcast until this past week, but I'll probably go back and listen to the earlier ones during the summer hiatus.

Just a few random comments/corrections to what you guys said:

-It's Boromir who tries to take the ring from Frodo at the end of 'Fellowship of the Ring'.

-Kelvin died the day the plane crashed. The day the Fusies finally got into the hatch, Desmond asks Locke how long it had been since the plane crashed, and Locke said it was 44 days. So Desmond had to push the button every 108 minutes by himself for a month and a half, not the 20-something days as mentioned in the podcast.... Which might explain why he was ready to commit suicide (probably from sleep deprivation) the night Locke pounded on the hatch door.

- Kate mentioned she'd been married (and that it didn't last long) during the 'I never' drinking game with Sawyer during S1 'Outlaws'.

Also, you should have your podcast listed at (The Lost Podcasting Network) to find more listeners.

6/11/2006 10:35:00 PM  
Blogger Justin said...

Thanks for listening and thanks for the info. I was assuming that each episode was one day, but I guess season 1 was about 2 days per episode.

I'll try to get us listed there, I've not heard of the place until now.

6/12/2006 05:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Kieron said...

The time between episodes is totally random and Im sure if you tried to fit in together everything they said about time - it wouldnt quite fit.

Always bugged me. Season 1 is 44 days Season 2 is around 2 and a half weeks (if Desmond did go straight to the boat) - huge difference.

I listened to the whole thing in one day! I was doing other stuff, but it was nice to have in the background.

You guys sound like you could go for MUCH longer than 7.5 - a target for the Season 3 Finale ;)


7/10/2006 04:32:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

Yeah we could do 7.5 easy.

I think we'll shoot for that for Season 3's finale. Then go 8.5 or 9 the next season. I don't think the show will last more than 5 seasons, but in any event, I'd like to hit the 10 hour mark for the Series Finale.

7/11/2006 10:24:00 PM  

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