Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Podcast #55

Episode 5.6: "316"

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12 Comments:

Anonymous radnac said...

this episode made me all fuzzy inside

12:35 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

Hello, I'm Amy and I'm a Lost Lowdown-aholic. I used to enjoy the lowdown, when I had the time. But I could take it or leave it. Now, in this amazing Season 5, I no longer feel that I have truly watched an episode of Lost until I have seen it through Claude & Justin's unique prism. Can't wait for your thoughts on this episode. Keep up the amazing work, boys!

7:50 AM  
Blogger postprefix said...

let's see how many times i can hit refresh before the new podcast is posted!

11:16 PM  
Blogger stephen said...

yippee

05:04:45

4:58 AM  
Anonymous AnaisNinTwin said...

Hey guys! I'm having problems downloading the newest podcast... In iTunes, it says the file is corrupted... Is anyone else having problems? Am I doing something wrong?

Love the podcast BTW and I CAN'T wait to hear it!

8:19 AM  
Blogger Justin said...

The itunes feed seems to be not working for some reason...
The feedburner feed is working for me,

http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheLostLowdown

Also the mp3 link on the blog works.

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i was having issues too anais.
at first i would get the exclamation point error. then it would "upload" the file with 0:00 minutes worth of content.
i deleted my subscription to lld and resubscribed. it is now working. 14 minutes remaining for the file to be ready. looks like it is going to work. try that.

-paul in vegas

8:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it looks like it worked!


-paul in vegas

8:52 AM  
Anonymous AnaisNinTwin said...

Thanks gang!

9:31 AM  
Anonymous CKinCincy said...

Re: Jack blaming himself over Locke's suicide

I think Jack blames himself not because his leaving the island led to Locke killing himself, but because he wasn't convinced by Jeremy Bentham/Locke to go back. In Jack's mind, Locke must have killed himself because he was so distraught over the fact that no one agreed to go back. Locke's death is what finally made Jack realize that they do need to go back, but obviously, it's too late to help Locke.

So yeah, it makes lots of sense that Jack would blame himself. He had no idea that Locke had already planned to kill himself before he even left the island for other reasons. To Jack, Locke's suicide is caused by normal reasons - depression, life not worth living, etc.

5:42 PM  
Anonymous CKinCincy said...

Actually, thinking more about it, I think the suicide note also refers to Jack not believing Locke TO GO BACK TO THE ISLAND, and not for leaving the island. It makes sense from Locke's perspective (maybe): in Locke's mind, he maybe didn't have to kill himself if he got everyone to go to the island. So, as Locke is about to hang himself, he writes Jack a note because he wouldn't have to go through all this if Jack had believed him in the first place. And again (poetic), it's Locke's death that does in the end convince Jack.

5:47 PM  
Blogger Blake said...

Ok, I just had to pause the podcast for a second. Claude, I love ya man, but you have to be crazy for thinking that nothing happened to Kate to make her want to go back; that after all we've seen of her off the island, she suddenly just thought about it for a second and changed her mind (after looking severly shaken and disturbed). Ok, back to the podcast!

9:58 PM  

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