Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Lost Lowdown Podcast #29

Episode 3.17: "Catch-22"

MP3 File


Anonymous paul in nyc said...

when desmond is saying goodbye to the monk, you can see a picture on the desk of the monk and an older woman. the older woman is mrs. hawking, the woman who showed desmond the ring.

did we ever catch the monk's name?

4/18/2007 08:09:00 PM  
Anonymous jane doe said...

jin telling a ghost story with the flashlight on his face: priceless

any significance to desmond's ex being named "ruth?" i know it's a biblical name, but who knows if her character is that important.

also i noticed brian k. vaughan co-wrote the episode. maybe that's the reason for the superhero convo?

4/18/2007 08:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

paul in nyc- good call, I thought that was the older woman too, but wasn't positive. Good to have confirmation. And the copy of Catch-22 was in Portuguese, which is what Penny's magnetic anomoly finding dudes spoke. I think the monk was Brother Campbell.

All in all, that episode really pissed me off, but I'm not sure precisely why. I am a Cartman, so maybe that's got something to do with it. Charlie is one lucky mofo!

4/18/2007 09:28:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

re: ardil-22, i was pretty sure it was portugese, but thanks for confirming.
i think i know what you mean about the episode pissing you off. i think i feel the same way.
at first it seemed they kinda wanted you to think that desmond was in a jail cell instead of a monk's cell. lame.
charlie getting the arrow in the neck was nice to see three or four times, but i knew it was a vision from the get-go and obviously charlie wasn't really going to die.
i did not believe for one second that penny was the one who fell from the sky. i knew it had to be part of the portugese team.
the sawyer-kate-jack-juliet trapezoid thing was also pretty lame.
i went totally spoiler free for this episode. i probably would have hated this episode if i hadn't.

4/19/2007 12:48:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

sorry you had to see the ping pong table again.

4/19/2007 12:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

Was this the first episode in which the title was not mentioned in the episode? Yes we saw the book Catch 22 in Portugeese, but did we hear the title?

4/19/2007 02:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

Look at this photo I put up on Jay and Jack's forum.

It shows a flash on Hurley's face and besides the triple entendre (flash-super hero, flash-Desomnd sees, flash-on Hurley's face) it may indicate a transference of power from Desmond to Hurley.

It would be a great Gilligan's Island moment of Naomi (parachutist) only rescue's Desmond and leaves the other losties.

4/19/2007 02:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

Great thought - even though you did the 30 contest, I would like to suggest a very humorous during the break skit for the NOT READY FOR CLAUDE AND JUSTIN PLAYERS.

You act out the entire finale with Claude reading from the transcript and Justin ad-libbing.

It was one of the greatest comedic bits when Justin was saying thing like Ben you have cancer and so on.

4/19/2007 02:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

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paul in nyc said...
when desmond is saying goodbye to the monk, you can see a picture on the desk of the monk and an older woman. the older woman is mrs. hawking, the woman who showed desmond the ring.

To quote Johnny Carson - I did not know that!

4/19/2007 02:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

Oops left out the link of Hurleys flash

The way this blog works you will probably have to cut and paste

4/19/2007 02:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce Again said...

Yuk this blog hates long links.


I had to put in a bunch of carriage returns - just reconstruct it.

4/19/2007 02:40:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

This ep was kind of strange. D's BS was really BS. The monk thing was cool for half a second. It didn't seem to go any where, which of course means we'll find out where it's going later. Hopefully it was more than just to set up Des meeting Penelope--oh excuse me, Penny.

I'll say it right now, Brother Campbell is Jacob.

Also, I'm becoming more convinced that the writers listen to the LLD. You guys hear that line about playing "who's your favorite Other?"


First, good catch on the picture of Hawking. They actually took the time to cut to it, and not stick it in the background, so they really wanted us to see it.

Second, thanks for your condolences about the ping pong table. I hate it even more now that I noticed that on Jack's side, there is a HUGE chunk missing. I don't know how anyone can play on it and think it would be a fair game.


I think you inadvertently won "most consecutive posts." Congrats and keep it up!

I noticed the sun flare on the shot with Hurley, but it seems like an accident that they decided to leave it. Besides, I don't think Hurley has what it takes to handle a gift like that. Desmond barely does.

I don't see why old Des ever thought it was Penny. What (from the flashes) made him think that? And when I saw the picture in the book, it really nailed the coffin on that one. (I don't think I used that phrase right)

I love how the pilot pulled a "I'm too hurt/tired/whatever to talk now-I'll talk next episode" a la Michael and, well, I think just about everyone has had a chance to do that.

Desmond eps are getting progressively worse, like Claire and Hurley's. This was prob the 3rd of 4th bad ep of the season, and really tranny.

[Tranny=transitional. Is that offensive to trannys?]

4/19/2007 05:42:00 AM  
Blogger radnac said...

If anything, this week's episode revealed five things:

1)why Desmond calls people "brotha"
2)how Desmond and Penny met
3)how Desmond started drinking
4)Desmond and Penny's connection with the Parachutist


5)most importantly, this episode gave us that grand easter egg that most definitely proves that
the 'Ring Lady' (aka Mrs. Hawking) *was* real and possibly hired by Desmond's head monk.

there. now I feel better.

4/19/2007 06:19:00 AM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

the episode was kind of fun to watch... but i forsee a very short podcast in the future... seriously, you can skip the entire episode until the last 5 minutes... which also sucked.

also: charlie is being a dick. at least desmundo is saving him, so charlie should stop being such a whinny bitch.

4/19/2007 06:28:00 AM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

4)Desmond and Penny's connection with the Parachutist

huh? i missed something, someone please explain!

4/19/2007 06:42:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...


[Tranny=transitional. Is that offensive to trannys?]

I guess we'll have to ask Rachel.


also: charlie is being a dick. at least desmundo is saving him, so charlie should stop being such a whinny bitch.

i agree 100%

4/19/2007 10:33:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

claude said:
I'll say it right now, Brother Campbell is Jacob.

I did not detect the monk having a computerized voice.

4/19/2007 10:51:00 AM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

crackpot theory:
ethan isn't dead. it's been stated that someone we think is dead isn't. they pointed ethan out a lot in the juliette ep. and brought up the grave more than once. it's impossible, but i like the theory

4/19/2007 11:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

FeFeMartini said...
4)Desmond and Penny's connection with the Parachutist

huh? i missed something, someone please explain!


She had the photo of Desmond and Penny in her book and her first word was Desmond as though she knew him. Of course armed with that photo, he would be pretty easy ro spot.

4/19/2007 12:05:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

What was strange was that the ep is called Catch 22 but I didn't see anything in the plot that would be described as such. I guess they are trying to say that the whole thing with Des's flashes, Charlie dying, and "Penny" coming was somehow a Catch 22. Whateva!


I like your 5 things we've learned list, but I'm not so sure about #3. Des didn't start his affair with the bottle in the monastery, as I think you're suggesting. The whole reason he met Brother Campbell was because he got "pissed" before the wedding. And from his story to the wee lass whose name I forget, it didn't seem like it was his first time drinking.

He's English (and more importantly British) so he probably started drinking when his mother downed a Boddingtons. ZING!

4/19/2007 12:46:00 PM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

oh, i thought eveyone meant that it was brought up in an earlier ep.

4/19/2007 12:46:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

I just want to throw out there that there may be a connection between the parachute girl (and the Portuguese scientists) and Paulo. Maybe they know Paulo, they/she could be his family. Maybe the chuter girl signed up for the dangerous mission because Paulo was her first love. Maybe maybe maybe.

4/19/2007 12:49:00 PM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

Drinking game for "Catch 22"
Drink once every time Charlie says "mate" (double if Desmond says it), Hurley says "dude", or Desmond says "brother"

... maybe not... you might die of alcohol poisoning by the end... :-X

4/19/2007 12:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Krys said...

Whoa!! Desmond is Scottish. How dare you.

And I think the "Catch 22" was supposed to be that for Penny to get to the island, Charlie was supposed to die or some shit like that. So he wants Penny, but he doesn't want Charlie to die either.
(I don't know why cause Charlie is getting increasingly bitchy. And ungrateful, I might add.)

And Fefe,
We would all surely die if we played that drinking game. LOL.

4/19/2007 01:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Krys said...

Where did Juliet get the hammer and nails?

And that "Whose your favorite other" line was hysterical.

4/19/2007 01:49:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...


Desmond is SO Scottish. I don't know why I said English. Blunder of the Day!

I had in my head that most of Desmond's back story took place in England, especially when Charlie showed up in the time travel thing.

This entire ep I thought "These English people (His ex-finance and Brother Campbell) sure do have strange English accents. But DOH!, they were in Scotland.

That also explains why Des saw the advert for the Royal Scots Navy. I thought it was strange they would advertise in England. But its all the British Empire, so... But wasn't Desmond's scientist friend English? Has Des ever been to England? Or was everything in England but this ep?

Yikes, I didn't know I was this confused. Thanks Krys!

4/19/2007 02:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

I tend to agree with the majority - the was a sub par and disappointing episode.

Actually this episode was the opposite of Catch 22. A catch 22 is damned if you do and damned if you don't, the results are the same.

So it would make no difference if he let Charlie die or not, but yet the parachutist was found in a different direction and was Naomi and not Penny.

What happened to course correction. In a catch 22, Penny would have landed where she was suppose to.

What I truly hate about this flash and time travel nonsense is they can make up anyrhing as they go along (cool in fantasy, but not good in reality based fiction).

4/19/2007 03:35:00 PM  
Anonymous vicki h. said...

the episode was pretty good. i wasn't expecting much so i wasn't that disappointed when it really didn't give us any important reveals.
i was kind of annoyed that they had no plot line with Juliette (to give us more insight into why she is there).

i do have my own thoughts about why Ben sent Juliette to the camp. I will post them later.

4/19/2007 03:58:00 PM  
Blogger Malcolm said...

i loved this episode. it was a great example of filler done right.

4/19/2007 04:52:00 PM  
Anonymous 420brownie said...

OK, not my favorite episode but not the worst; there's actually a good bit of stuff in this episode.

First of all, Penny was not going to be the one who came to the island, no matter what Desmond did. Desmond was supposed to save Charlie all along, his first "flash" was just off a little, didn't hit Charlie's neck, it hit the guitar's neck. But the biggest piece of evidence that Charlie was supposed to be saved, is that he was in the "flash" with Jin and Hurley, where they're holding the parachute looking up at the body in the tree. That event happened after the event where Desmond thought Charlie was going to die. I think Penny was in the flash just based soley on her direct involvement in sending the helicopter and girl to look for Desmond.

Really big reveal I thought as to how Desmond's flashes work, or at least how he sees them. There have been a lot of questions about that, and I think we see now that they are just that, flashes. He doesn't even have much context with his flashes, they are very much like a puzzle, like he said.

Although it wasn't an interesting backstory, I think there's a ton going on. My grand theory for Desmond's storyline is that he is without a doubt destined to be on that island, and the writers are showing us their take on how the universe makes that happen. The monk is there to course-correct Desmond, just as Mrs. Hawking did. Desmond didn't not marry the girl because he's scared, he didn't marry her because he was not supposed to, and the universe made damn sure he didn't. Desmond is meant to find Penny, and I think they are meant to be together, just not on their timeframe. Penny will find this island- she really already has. "with enough money and determination you can find anyone"

The book was in Portugese, the girl is connected to the Brazialian's we saw at the North Pole in season 2 finale, and she was sent by Penny. Penny gave her a picture of Desmond so she'd know what he looked like. By the way, those underwater wormholes are HELL on a helicopter.

The catch 22 thing is I think a reference to Desmond's dilemma as to whether to save Charlie, when he still thinks Charlie is supposed to die and that Penny is the one coming. Save Charlie but risk messing up the correct course of nature (possibly messing up Penny coming to the island), or let Charlie die, ensuring that the future remains intact.

Wow, that got really long (that's what she said!).

4/19/2007 06:28:00 PM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

WTF? I don't get why most people are hating on this episode? I think people probably had too high expectations and were disappointed. Obviously it wasn't as good as One of Us but I think it was on par with Left Behind.
People said Left Behind was a transitional episode and they're saying the same about Catch-22, but I think both episodes Were good. I mean if you look at it really all episodes are "transitional episodes" they move the story along.
I liked this episode, I liked all the humor with the "camping" and Jin's ghost story etc. I liked seeing more of Desmond's "flashes" and I liked seeing Charlie be more prominent (the writers really don't give him enough to do). I also liked the Skate/Jate/Jacket sub-story.
Not all Lost episodes can be as mind-blowing as One of Us or The Man From Tallahassee. I think it was just another good Lost episode.

A few points:

Claude said...

I just want to throw out there that there may be a connection between the parachute girl (and the Portuguese scientists) and Paulo. Maybe they know Paulo, they/she could be his family. Maybe the chuter girl signed up for the dangerous mission because Paulo was her first love.

I like that idea Claude. It would make Paulo and Nikki not seem like such a waste of time. Hopefully something of that sort will happen. I remember TPTB saying that in season 3 we will learn that the scene with the Arctic researchers at the end of season 2 might not have been about what it seemed, maybe the parachute girl is the beginning of that.

I'm pretty sure Charlie will die before the end of the season, the Charlie almost dieing and Desmond saving him storyline can't go on forever. Maybe he will be a casualty of a war between the Others and The Losties or maybe he will sacrifice himself for a greater good knowing that the universe wants him dead and he might as well die for a good cause.

I think Desmond and Penny and their story is incredibly important to the overall story arc of the whole show and I think this parachute girl is a continuation of that.

4/19/2007 06:50:00 PM  
Anonymous 420brownie said...

You-know-who- I completely agree about Desmond and Penny being central to the whole show- I think that's why Desmond is supposed to be on that island.

There were definitely some great lines in this episode. I liked Sawyer's "perverts" when talking about Ben's group seeing he and Kate get it on. Loved that.

To tell you the truth, I figured we wouldn't see any of Juliete this episode, so the fact that we saw her was a bit of a relief. I thought they were going to totally ignore her this episode. But all we see is she playing along with Jack. I'm tellin' ya'll, he has NO CLUE. He's gonna feel like an idiot come the end of this week.

4/19/2007 07:17:00 PM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

I actually think jack might be playing JULIET. What if Ben told Jack to pretend to trust Juliet when she came to the beach. Ben knows that Juliet might be thinking about rebelling against the plan, so he made another deal with Jack: If Jack pretended to trust Juliet and keep an eye on her he would give him something he wants (Another ticket of the island by some other means, something to do with the "box", who knows). That way if jack sees Juliet straying of f of her goal he can out her therefore aborting the plan and she can get back to being imprisoned by Ben. Maybe jack is in commun ication with Ben right now telling him whats going on with Juliet.
Jacks line this episode when he was with Kate in the "kitchen""I'm sure something will go wrong soon enough" seemed kinda strange when I watched it. I'm not sure, but I don't think Jack is as dumb as he's seeming right now. He definitely knows something we don't.

4/19/2007 07:39:00 PM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

Just read this on Doc Jensens Entertainment Weekly episode recap (Which you should all read by the way) Some interesting things:

"The lesson that Brother Campbell believed he needed to learn was the value of personal sacrifice, a lesson which the Liam Neeson sound-alike illustrated for Desmond by citing the famous Biblical story in which God asked Abraham to kill his son Isaac as an offering. Abraham was torn, but was willing to do it — and at the last second, got a deus ex machina reprieve from the Lord himself. Talk about mirroring and symmetry: You can find this Biblical catch-22 in...Genesis, chapter 22."


"The future shuffled its cards anew and recast the parachutist they soon found hanging from a tree — a young woman named Naomi, according to the press notes provided by ABC. She wasn't Penelope, but since she did mumble Desmond's name; maybe she works for Penelope and has been searching for him. Perhaps she'll regain consciousness and tell us more. (And having already seen next week's episode, I can tell you that she will. And that what she has to say is pretty...well, deadly.)"

Hmmm, interesting.

4/19/2007 08:14:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude, youknowwho & 420brownie rockin the theories.. nice! Actually, I interpreted the 'catch22' to mean that if Des didn't save Charlie, they wouldn't find Penny in time and she would die... but if he did save Charlie then something else bad would happen making it not possible for him to see Penny. That was Des' catch-22... damned if he saved Charlie, damned if he doesn't. BTW: Is it possible for Charlie to do something in the future (now that he's still alive) that will make the parachutist not be Penny? That would involve Charlie going back in time, which I doubt he'll live long enough to do :) Too many options once writers start using time paradoxes! Oye :(

Interesting tidbit... someone on (very useful site!) posted that the coolass oxygen mask on the parachutist was a pressure-demand oxygen mask, not a crappy continuous flow oxygen mask, making her mask good up to 50,000 feet!

4/19/2007 10:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Julia said...

Enjoyed the episode, lots of funny moments. Cool shot of Charlie getting hit by the arrow, even though it was obviously one of Dezzy's flashes.

I was annoyed by the really bad photoshop of Mr Monk and Miss Hawking. As it was so prominent they should have spent more time on it!

4/20/2007 12:22:00 AM  
Blogger radnac said...

I think the title Catch 22 would have been more appropriate for next week's episode because *MINUTE SPOILER* Sun says in the promo that "either way, I lose."

4/20/2007 04:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Alice said...

Although the producers said that Desmond really did experience the things in "Flashes before your Eyes", I'm thinking now that he didn't. I don't believe that Brother Campbell and Mrs Hawking were intentionally pushing Desmond to the island as part of a grand scheme, that just seems really REALLY far-fetched. I think that Desmond must have seen the photo, or Campbell told him about Mrs Hawking (if that is her real name) and then Desmond placed her in his flashback, as what she was saying to him about destiny was very similar to what Campbell was saying in this episode.
Anyway, I liked this episode.

4/20/2007 05:43:00 AM  
Anonymous xpetri london said...

just to clear this up Claude - Desmond was in Scotland for this episode, possibly Glasgow.

In "Flashes..." he was living in London with Penny. Honcho Widmore obviously had his corporate offices in the City of London.

The armed forces of Britain contain Welsh and Scottish regiments which anybody can join so the recruitment poster was not out of place. It was spelled wrong though.

4/21/2007 06:14:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...


4/21/2007 09:03:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

xpetri london,

Thanks, that makes sense.

Join our Frappr here:

4/21/2007 11:32:00 AM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...


In the official lost podcast Darlton said the next episode's title "D.O.C" stands for date of conception.
From other things they said in the podcast I'm starting to think Sun's babydaddy may not be Jin OR Jae. Maybe the Michael theory is true! (But I think the said it wasn't true at comic con). Hmmm, Maybe the Others impregnated her for some experiment or something.

4/21/2007 01:55:00 PM  
Anonymous vicki h. said...

i wonder if Ben sent Juliette to the lostees camp to get Kate jealous (seeing Jack with Juliette so chummy) and have her sleep with Sawyer. Ben is smart and he probably knew that Jack and Juliette together would get Kate jealous and she would go to Sawyer. Making Ben hope that Kate will get pregnant. Ben said they need more woman to test Juliette's drugs on.
I'm sure there is also another reason why juliette is there but I can't think of anything new right now.

4/21/2007 11:14:00 PM  
Blogger Malcolm said...

happy (late) 4/20!

4/22/2007 06:50:00 AM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

I'm still thinking maybe Jack has something up his sleeve. Maybe Juliet is not there for any specific reason other then to distract from Jack being the actual mole.

4/22/2007 01:38:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

happy 4/20 malcolm and 420. vickih, i think you are onto something with ben sending juliet to make kate jealous, bang sawyer, and become pregnant. i like that theory.

4/22/2007 06:30:00 PM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

when's the podcast gonna be up?

4/22/2007 06:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

vickih- nice thought! A spin on that would be... maybe Kate didn't get preggers the first time she and Sawyer hooked up, so Juliet is there to make sure they keep trying! That way the Others can test their pregnancy experiment based on Juliet's theory of whether the problem occurs at conception! Woooah.

4/22/2007 06:46:00 PM  
Anonymous 420brownie said...

Malcomn and Paul, can't believe I forgot about 4/20 on 420. I'm giving all those named 420 a bad, bad name!!

So D & C cleared up Catch 22 I thought pretty nicely. Basically, Charlie was supposed to die and Desmond intervened; though Desmond thought saving Charlie might affect the outcome of events with the parachutist, it did not- but he did cause a new iteration of Charlie's future death.

Looking forward to a new podcast, looking forward to the last few episodes of the season- I think the build-up to the finale and the finale are going to rock our world!!

4/22/2007 06:54:00 PM  
Blogger stephen said...

When's the next podcast? I listened to Mr. Podcast episodes 1 and 2 today. :)

So you guys knew each other IRL before doing this podcast?

4/22/2007 10:29:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

What is this "podcast" everyone keeps talking about?

Seriously, the podcast will be up today. Probably late evening-ish PST.

4/23/2007 05:33:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...


Yep, Justin and I have known each other for 10 years, give or take a high school class.

4/23/2007 05:43:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...


4/23/2007 10:47:00 PM  
Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

Paul, wake up!...Oh wait, never mind.

4/23/2007 11:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

General podcast rant(for all podcasters) , i cant stress enough how important it is to get a podcast out prior to the next episode airing.
Some podcasters are regularly late or get it out a week late.
With the switch to wed, it seems many are having problems with this.
Fans need time to listen to it before the next show comes on or its kinda out of date, almost like reading yesterdays newspaper...

4/24/2007 07:07:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...


You need not worry about stressing the importance of getting the podcast out early. It must be a stressful job having to remind podcasters that their fans are eagearly waiting for their tardy posts. Kind Sir/Madame, I humbly relieve you of this duty now and hence forth for all time.

Believe me, Justin and I hate getting the podcast out late just as much as our listeners hate getting it late.

Speaking for myself, I sympathize with listeners on this, to a point. Like all adults, I have priorities, and it's just a grim reality that working or studying for class trumps talking about LOST.

We give our fans more LOST podcasts per hour than anyone else out there. And the only thing we get in return is gratitude. Don't get me wrong, we love our fans, but gratitude don't pay the bills.

Please understand that doing a 3-6 hour podcast takes more than 3-6 hours to do. We have to watch the episode again and take notes, which depending on the ep can take 1-1.5 hours. And editing the podcast and posting it can take another 2-4 hours. Suffice it to say, it's hard to find 8-10 *consecutive* hours a week to focus on nothing but LOST. In fact, we don't even have a whole week.

The podcast is not up yet because of Talkshoe. For some reason, part of what we recorded has not yet posted to their site. That means I can not download and edit it and upload it and do all the web stuff it takes to get it on the site and to iTunes. At this point it's out of our hands.

We know the last couple of podcasts have been coming out later than anyone would like. All I can say is if you (the royal you) can't deal with the turbulent roller coaster ride that is "when is the podcast going to be up?" then go listen to another podcast. We'll miss you.

For others, hang in there. We hope we can get the podcast up before tomorrow!! But if we never do another podcast, hopefully our fans will be thankful for the 100+ hours (literally!) of our lives that we've freely given in the spirit of all that is Holy and LOST.

4/24/2007 07:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no reason to be overly sensitive about the comment...

4/24/2007 09:22:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

I think my sensitivity level is decidedly appropriate...

4/24/2007 09:34:00 AM  
Blogger Jeri said...

Wow, no offense Anon, but every minute is exponentially worth the wait.

4/24/2007 09:50:00 AM  
Anonymous POOCHIE said...

I think that is really Cliff Ravenscraft disguised as anonymous.

4/24/2007 10:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Sam said...

keep on keepin on LLD, i'll wait as long as necessary for the next podcast.

4/24/2007 10:15:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

now worries guys. if it comes out after the next episode, big deal. not like i wouldn't listen to it a million times anyways. i'm in the middle of the season 2 retrospective, AGAIN. i could listen to your podcasts forever.

4/24/2007 10:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Krys said...

lol Poochie!

And srsly, this podcast is so LONG, of course it's gonna take a while to get it done sometimes. And it's still awesome and hilarious so take your time guys!

4/24/2007 10:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey guys, Just remember he is only saying these things because he really loves your Podcast. He must REALLY Love your Podcast to make that staement. So that's a good thing. So anyways looking forward to your Podcast and Namaste


4/24/2007 10:42:00 AM  
Blogger Joe said...

Don't sweat it guys... we know the deal coming in - this is not your job, it's your hobby... nobody yells at me when I don't play golf often enough... C & J, we're fine with whatever you do with the podcast, don't take one complaint too seriously.

Keep up the good work, or don't, or whatever...

4/24/2007 11:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow ,that was eirily similiar to Cliffs on air meltdown upon playing a bad listener feedback call

4/24/2007 11:34:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

Hey guys, it's up!

Sorry for the delay. And sorry for my long rant earlier.

I wasn't mad or anything, I just felt the need to explain (in detail) where we're coming from. In hindsight it probably wasn't necessary.

4/24/2007 11:40:00 AM  
Anonymous Krys said...

lol wow. I got WAY too excited when I saw the new episode was up. You guys are like my crack or something. Thanks!

4/24/2007 11:54:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

woohoo it's up!!
thanks clustin!

4/24/2007 12:14:00 PM  
Anonymous POOCHIE said...

Anonymous said...
wow ,that was eirily similiar to Cliffs on air meltdown upon playing a bad listener feedback call

No it wasn't.
Claude made a valid point.
Cliff and Stphanie just bitch because they bite off more than they can chew and then have to apologize to their listeners. Worse off they solicit and take money from their listeners so they can pack on the pounds at Chipotle. Their podcasts have gone way down hill. Even with their new studio, the quality of what they put out has just plummeted.
The worst hour of LLD is still light years beyond the best episode of GSPN.

4/24/2007 12:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

but you can watch cliff sweating on his webcam

4/24/2007 01:42:00 PM  
Blogger Jeri said...

Hey Claude
How about this, your new show could be "Writing Illuminated!" (With the exclamation point)
enjoying the podcast...

4/24/2007 03:00:00 PM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...

glad its up guys!! (that's what she said)

4/24/2007 03:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Krys said...

Whoa, what was Cliff's on air meltdown? Totally missed that. Was this recently?

Also, Rambo Penny needs to be put into production immediately.

4/24/2007 04:41:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i just got to rambo penny. LOL

4/24/2007 04:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Nedd8 said...

I think it would be cool if Penny also parachuted to the island but landed some distance away and was captured by the Others. Desmond could do his William Wallace and lead the charge to rescue her and redeem his "honor".

4/24/2007 05:53:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

it would be cooler if the parachute landed in a pit of hungry crocodiles.

4/25/2007 03:01:00 PM  
Blogger Rebell said...

Just wanted to tell you guys, Pissed in Europe means Drunk . So when Desmond talks about getting pissed he's talking about getting drunk

4/26/2007 02:49:00 AM  
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4/27/2007 01:41:00 PM  
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4/27/2007 01:54:00 PM  
Anonymous POOCHIE said...

You be a f'in mo-mo. You no who u is dog.

4/30/2007 06:42:00 PM  
Blogger FeFeMartini said...


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