Saturday, April 07, 2007

Lost Lowdown Podcast #27

Episode 3.15: "Left Behind"

Recorded Live on Talkshoe.

MP3 File


Anonymous You-Know-Who said...

WOO HOOO! That was fast!
Can't wait to listen.

4/07/2007 10:57:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

eww what is that, an ad?

4/08/2007 06:07:00 AM  
Blogger Malcolm said...

besides the fact that i couldn't participate, i loved this podcast.

420, you should do a podcast

Lost: the 420 experience

you guys should do a live podcast more often

this podcast has made me enjoy the episode a bit more. i still don't like it, but i don't hate it.

4/08/2007 07:47:00 AM  
Blogger Malcolm said...

when juliet gets to the camp, she'll probably be chillin' with desmond. she will have another outcast friend, and desmond will have a girlfriend who looks like penny.

4/08/2007 07:53:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...


I was going to take that out...I only left it in because I said "yuck" at the end of it. That intro really is horrible.

I hope it wasn't too offensive.

4/08/2007 09:10:00 AM  
Blogger stephen said...

I think that Juliet didn't get gassed or at least not a full hit of it because she has her own house, and could have run to another room or something. Or she had a gas mask of her own because she used to be on the other side. kate was locked in a room and cornered with two gas cans.
Also from last week I think there was another passage into the pearl, that's why they weren't wearing shoes. it's just a hallway to them.

4/08/2007 10:34:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i was referring to the post by, not the beginning of the podcast. (i hadnt heard the beginning of the podcast until just now). i like the "yich" after the talkshoe thing. :)

4/08/2007 11:55:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...

oh...i didn't even see that...

let me get rid of that.

4/08/2007 12:43:00 PM  
Blogger mexico84 said...

hey guys,
2nd time I listened to the podcast. I think this time I'm actually gonna make it through the whole podcast since you stayed under 4 hours ;)

btw: The "No offense"-part killed me. I couldn't stop laughing for 3 mins or so :P

Do you have a MySpace page?

keep up the great work &
regards from Germany

4/08/2007 02:55:00 PM  
Blogger Rebell said...

GREAT fun guys! I can't wait for you to have ANOTHER one!!!

4/08/2007 09:05:00 PM  
Anonymous vicki h. said...

I had a thought about Locke's injuries.
thinking back at Jack's room. Everything was tusseled about on the floor like there could have been a fight.
Maybe when Locke went to say goodbye to Jack a fight insued between him and Jack. I sure hope that happened and Jack beat him up.

i guess we will have to wait four more episodes to find out what happened to Locke.

4/08/2007 10:35:00 PM  
Blogger Justin said...

yeah, jack's house was really messed up. i imagined him fumbling around like a gorilla after being gassed, but...i can definitely see him and locke engaging in fisticuffs.

4/08/2007 10:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didnt like the live podcast.

Podcast was very short for a LLD.

Didnt really turn into a 'live' until both people that could actually attend live got involved at the very end.

This podcast is differentiaqted by its length and 'creative' insight. Now thats getting watered down.

Doing live or call in episodes are fine, but they cant or shouldnt replace the uberanalysis 4-5 hour shows...


4/09/2007 07:18:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...


i agree, it was a bit breezy, but, i don't think a non-live version would have gone much longer.

our "further instructions" podcast was about 2 hours. sometimes, they are going to be short. sorry you didn't like it.

4/09/2007 07:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the reply,
To clarify though, i will always listen to the podcast, i think you guys reading the phonebook would make an interesting podcast. It just hard not to be disappointed when they are on the brief side.

One week we get a 7 course buffet, others a happy meal.

Other podcasts have changed over time (like gspn taping thier wed. podcast during the episode airing breaks) and frankly it is terrible.

And other live cranky casts where the same 2 people call in and add thier non insight. Sometimes evolution isnt a great thing...


4/09/2007 07:55:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...

i understand. i'm always disappointed when lostcasts is short (which is frequent these days). i'd like to believe it's tied to what the show gives us. some episodes can inspire hours and hours of discussion, some, like this one, just don't have that much going on to discuss. i appreciate your input. hopefully we are a long way from evolving into shit.

4/09/2007 09:37:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

keep up the great podcasts dudes!

4/09/2007 10:42:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i just finished the podcast. great job as always.
can't wait for the next one.
thanks guys!

4/09/2007 05:15:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...

Glad (most) of you guys liked the live podcast. It was fun for us, and quite different. The editing/post production time is almost non-existent, which is the biggest upside.

We will definitely be doing more live podcasts, but our regular format ain't broke, so...

In other news, I was wondering:
What other shows are you guys watching? I'm hooked on Battlestar Galactica, Jericho, 30 Rock, Heroes, Dirt, Dresden Files.

4/09/2007 06:23:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

other than lost, the only things i watch religiously are family guy and howard stern on demand.
at least i know i'll be entertained.

all my other free time is spent listening to podcasts and reading.

which reminds me...

the rules of attraction is a much better book than movie. read it if you haven't already.

4/09/2007 07:48:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...


Don't get me started on the genius that is Bret Easton Ellis. I have read Rules of Attraction, and you're right, it's better than the book.

I'm currently trying to finish Lunar Park. American Psycho is the best, though.

4/09/2007 07:54:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i plan on starting glamorama sometime this week. it's the only one i havent read yet. lunar park is the last one of his that i read. i liked it alot. i went to the reading at crown books when it first came out. he's a brilliant guy.

4/09/2007 07:54:00 PM  
Blogger Jeri said...

I watched Battlestar Galactica when it originally aired - liked it.
Believe it or not, the TV is only on for 1 hour per week for me - "Lost." I have watched since the early middle of season 1. Who of you has watched since the Pilot?

4/09/2007 07:54:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

how did your name change from lost to claude in 3 minutes? hmmm

4/09/2007 07:55:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i have watched since walkabout, not the pilot. close, but no cigar.

4/09/2007 07:58:00 PM  
Blogger Jeri said...

Who needs a forum - we've all got it figured out. Save your time Clustin! (I just love that - "Clustin")

4/09/2007 07:59:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...


4/09/2007 08:03:00 PM  
Blogger Claude said...


4/09/2007 11:16:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

are you drunk?

4/10/2007 02:31:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...


Aren't you?

4/10/2007 02:37:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i probably should be, but no.

4/10/2007 02:41:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

Me either. I'm trying to find something to do besides go to sleep, though I need to...

Speaking of drinking, I'd like to plug my favorite beer: Blue Moon.

Ever had it?

4/10/2007 02:43:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

Blue Moon eh,
Yes, i actually had it for the first time in vegas about 3 days ago. It was in a brown bottle with a tannish label and blue moon in light blue.
It was good.
I prefer straight vodka on the rocks.

4/10/2007 02:46:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

Vodka? And you call yourself a gentleman.

Everyone knows a real man's drink is whiskey.

Crazy yankee!

4/10/2007 02:50:00 AM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

i never claimed to be a gentleman.

i drink with my russkie buddies.

i was given the choice of vodka or communism.

i took vodka.

4/10/2007 02:54:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

I was once given a similar choice:
podcast or communism

...and now you know the origin of the LLD.

Claude-crest Out!

4/10/2007 02:58:00 AM  
Anonymous radnac said...

Ha ha, Claude you're hilarious.
Anyway, if you were wondering why I wasn't answering when you unmuted me, my phone was actually muted so you couldn't hear me; then once I realized that, you ignored me for the rest of the podcast, so...

You guys were asking if anyone watched the show since it first aired. I've actually watched the show since the Pilot and haven't missed an episode since. I haven't even DVRed it yet. I always catch it when it airs and I hope to continue my record streak.

I have vivid memories of how much I loved the Pilot. Once I heard the monster in the jungle I immediatley decided that this was the show that I always wanted. I also remember the trailer for "White Rabbit," where it openly showed Jack's dad on the beach and it freaked me out. I thought it was Men in Black.

I didn't start partaking in the online aspect of the show until the second season, and I didn't start listening to podcasts until late-second season. So life story.

4/10/2007 08:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Alice said...

Couldn't listen live, but have just listen to the recorded version and thought it was great. The thought of the smoke monster sat at a desk reading a file and smoking a cigar is hilarious!

4/10/2007 08:37:00 AM  
Anonymous 420brownie said...

Lost is pretty much it for me, and I have to TIVO it. I have all of this season's 24 on TIVO, but I've only made it through the first six or seven hours. I really like The Office (huge Ricky Gervais fan, though he's really more involved with the UK version) and 30 Rock, but I rarely catch them. I have both on TIVO, but who knows if/when I'll ever get to them.

I've watched Lost since the pilot epi. Started getting into the message boards mid season one and podcasts about the same time. MYOKM W SAS was my first favorite, and I even put up with Cliff and Stephanie for a while until one day I nearly through my iPod out the window of my car after one of their ridiculous rants about negative feedback.

Lostcasts quickly became my favorite...until I stumbled across a little diddy named...The Lost Lowdown. This and Lostcasts are all I listen to now, and Lostcasts is quickly going down the drain.

Back to TV, Heroes really interests me, but I'm so far behind, I guess I'll wait on Season 1 DVD set. Used to watch TV and rent movies like crazy, but between my 3 year-old daughter and my Xbox 360, not much free time left over.

Anyone else play 360? So much more than a gaming machine. HD TV and Movies on demand, stream music, pictures and movies from my Mac, ahh a beautiful thing!

4/10/2007 09:00:00 AM  
Anonymous 420brownie said...

Forgot to mention Arrested Development. Brilliant comedy. Didn't catch it when it first aired on Fox, but HDNET is replaying all the episodes and I've TIVOd all of them. One of the top 5 comedies EVER in my opinion. Too bad it made such an abrubt and much-too-early ending. Three seasons, but the third season was basically gutted to like 11 episodes. What ashame.

4/10/2007 09:05:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...


Sorry about ignoring you. I had no idea why we couldn't hear you and I had tried two times to unmute you and--nothing.

And considering I'd see that sometimes you were there and sometimes you weren't, I thought something was wrong with Talkshoe, and I didn't want to interrupt the flow of the show by going to you and getting dead air.

Anyway, next time, you're first on the list!

4/10/2007 10:08:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

Congrats, btw, to Radnac and 420. Watching since the pilot is no small feat. I think only 108 people in the world can claim that.

As an aspiring TV writer (no, I don't want a career in podcasting) I find it my duty to watch as many (good) shows and I can, which is why I follow about 12 of them. As far as Lost, I had heard it was interesting and saw it was on one night and watched a little bit. The episode was Orientation.

The first scene of Lost that I ever saw was when Locke found the orientation film and watched it with the *original* Mikey, aka the sneaky one. Well, the original sneaky one.

I of course had no idea what was going on and didn't even finish the ep. Several weeks later I was talking to some friends who were raving about it. They told me this veiled story (trying not to spoil too much) about how the Losties dug up this "box" and there was a man inside who had to push a number every so often.

That was the most interesting thing I had ever heard! Sadly, I really thought it was a small, confided space, and the guy had this little computer or controller--nothing like the real Swan station.

Anyway, that little tidbit got me to watch the Pilot and the rest was history.

And the best part is I forgot all about that little part of Orientation that I watched until I got to the episode. I guess at the time, I was so confused by what was going on, my brain barely processed it.

4/10/2007 10:24:00 AM  
Blogger Justin said...

i started watching because claude told me about what he just said. i hadn't even heard of it before that. i think it was around the time of Mission Impossible 3. i think j.j. came up and then that led to talking about lost.

i wasn't really hooked on the show until "raised by another". the whole ethan drama really pulled me in. it was all downhill from there.

4/10/2007 11:37:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...

downhill towards goodness...

4/10/2007 12:09:00 PM  
Anonymous paul in nyc said...

da dun dunt

4/10/2007 01:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the only shows i watch are lost and heroes... over the summer i rented the first two seasons and started watching "live" with season 3. i guess ive been hooked since the locke episode walkabout.

- ash in toronto

4/10/2007 03:06:00 PM  
Blogger Rebell said...

Hey guys.. YEAH I've watched lost since the first episode.. it was one of the FEW shows I've done that with (heroes being another,LOL heroes is the other lost..well almost!) Usually I catch on late to a show but with the build up to lost being what it was.. the "where are we's" and all the mystery I KNEW it would be good.. I got on the forums( right away as sawyersgirlfriend,tho I mostly lurk.. I even did the AR Game and went to comic con.. LOL This is the ONLY show I'd go to THAT level for! That's for SURE! I had alot of fun guys... I can't wait to see something you've written claude...

4/10/2007 03:46:00 PM  
Anonymous radnac said...


Claude does have his own special place for his scripts, but you're gonna have to find it for yourself.

4/11/2007 06:47:00 AM  
Anonymous Julia said...

Yep, I've been watching since the pilot. The premise sounded cool to me, and since Terry O'Quinn had been so good in Millennium a few years back, I knew it would be worth watching just for him.

Claude: I love Battlestar and Heroes too. I also watch Prison break, Dr Who and re-runs of The West Wing

Oh, and about the live podcast, all the "honorable mentions" cracked me up!

4/11/2007 11:51:00 AM  
Blogger Claude said...


I love Torchwood, and now I want to watch Dr. Who. But I feel like I should start at the very beginning, which is a huge commitment.

In general BBC shows are pretty good. At the very least they are interesting because they are different than American shows.


You're right. There are several places an industrious person could find my writing.

I'm considering writing an episode of LOST. The main plot line would be Danielle's flashback: how she got on to the island, the whole thing with her killing her team, and how Alex was taken. (Sounds like a lot for one ep!)

If I ever write it, I'll let you guys know because who knows Lost better than you guys?

4/11/2007 01:56:00 PM  
Blogger Rebell said...

I'd love to read an episode of lost you wrote Claude. I Think a Danielle ep. is overdue! LOL I found Claudes writing..It's GOOD but wow the one about the pregnant girl is CRAZY!

4/11/2007 11:49:00 PM  

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