Rethinking LOST

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Episode 032 - Emails, Tweets, and a Contest!

Friday, March 26th, 2010
From Us to You, Season 6 Analysis, Theories, Rethinking 2010 | Comments

Hello, listeners. This is NOT a standard ReThinking LOST episode. It DOES make some casual references to the LOST episode which aired in the US the week of March 23, 2010 - nothing major, but we promised you we'd be 100% spoiler-free so if you haven't seen it yet, you should probably wait to listen just to be safe.

In this special bonus episode, we take a minute to discuss some of the thoughts you've emailed and tweeted to us. And... and... we announce a ReThinking LOST contest.

Check back in a day or so for our regular ReThinking of the March 23rd episode.

Thanks for listening, and please do continue to reach out to us.

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Welcome to Rethinking LOST

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
From Us to You | Comments

 

Welcome to the Rethinking LOST podcast.

A place where Scott Copperman, Elton McManus, and the occasional guest take what we now know after five seasons of the television show LOST and revisit questions, predictions, news, theories, and the like from years gone by: in other words, rethink LOST.

Our spoiler policy is fairly simple: if ABC has already released it (on TV, DVD, mobisode, ARG, or the Official Lost Podcast) then it's fair game to be discussed here. We will certainly speculate and theorize about what is to come , but our goal is to stay spoiler-free and offer you that same opportunity.

Join us as we fill the long hiatus with weekly reconsiderations of what we wondered, should have known, and thought we knew over the last five years. And then stick with us through the final season of one of television's greatest shows: LOST.

-Elton and Scott-

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