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Comments on: Listener Lost Podcast (AAC): Ep. 1.9

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By: Cole

Tue, 21 Mar 2006 02:08:04 +0000

Somebody took my beeeeby!

By: it_kid

Sun, 12 Mar 2006 12:56:04 +0000

the theory about that there were no connection to Dharma, howcome Zeke qouted Alvar Hanso? I really think the others work for dharma without a doubt...

By: NorCal Matt

Sat, 11 Mar 2006 18:47:35 +0000

Wow, amazing promo. When was that made? The symbolism is thick. I could analyze that for days. Oh no, I'm sinking further into the LOST abyss!! ah!!!!!!!!

By: stAN

Sat, 11 Mar 2006 17:36:28 +0000

Portishead own! That is an awesome promo. I remember it well ... Tres bien :) Thanks guys, another spiffing show; keep up the good work

By: Dr. Lori

Sat, 11 Mar 2006 03:45:15 +0000

On a slightly less intellectual note, but definitely as stimulating... Did you see the LOST promo they released in the UK? THIS one's for you, Jay!!


Fri, 10 Mar 2006 14:27:03 +0000

Jay, Jack: Great show. Your are filling a void in my heart left by the Transmission. While we have some down time over the next few weeks with a buch of reruns coming. Here is a new theory to ponder. I believe that the Lost castaways are actually on Gilligan's Island. My theory can be found at As I went through an episode list of the entire Gilligan's Island series, it sent shivers up my spine. How could I have not made the connection before? ESP, curses, evil twins, Others and even a cursed sweepstakes can be found on our little buddy's island. I Nearly all the episodes of Gilligan's Island have an eerie connection to Lost Here are some things to ponder: Just as items from the Fusies past mysteriously are found in the hatch (Kate's music box, Clair's boyfriend's art), items from the castawayâ€s past mysteriously manifest themselves on the island. They were only out for a three-hour tour, yet evening gowns and trunks of money seemingly come out of nowhere. Like the polar bear, animals not native to the Island appear and threaten the lives of our castaways, including a lion, a gorilla, a giant spider and a chimpanzee (animals all native to Africa, a Nigerian connection perhaps?). Like Locke, Gilligan seems to have a strange connection to the Island. The Island controls Gilligan and uses him to thwart any rescue attempt. In exchange, Gilligan is given special powers from time to time, including super strength, ESP and invisibility. Like Hurley, Gilligan is the winner of a sweepstakes. Is this the start of his "bad luck?" The castaways are also threatened by “Others”: natives from nearby islands, a jungle boy, a jungle man, a South American dictator, a spy, a Beatles cover band, cosmonauts, Zsa Zsa Gabor, evil twins, a surfer dude, a Hollywood producer, a butterfly collector and not one but two mad scientists. Like on Lost, strange objects are drawn to the island: radioactive seeds, a missile, a jet pack, a meteor, a space capsule, a killer robot and a satellite, just to name a few. Like on Lost, the Island causes the castaways to have strange prophetic dreams. (i.e. Gilligan as a sheriff, vampire and cannibal.) Mary Ann, like Clair, gets amnesia. Like the Lost passengers, the crew of the Minnow is declared dead and the search for them is called off. It is my theory that the Lost Island and Gilliganâ€s Island are one and the same. That, or the producers of Lost are just ripping off Gilliganâ€s Island scripts. Sherwood Schwartz must be turning over in his grave, (if he were dead*). The Lost producers even seemed to cast the same characters, but had to split them into multiple people due to the fact that Mr. Schwartz' castaways are so multi-dimensional. For example, no one man today could possess the intelligence of Professor Roy Hinckley, a true Renaissance Man, so he is re-imagined as Jack, Sayid and Michael. Here's how the castaways are integrated into Lost: Skipper – Locke/Mister Eko/Ana-Lucia Professor – Jack/Sayid/Michael Mr. Howell – Boone/Jin/Bernard Mrs. Howell – Shannon/Sun/Rose Ginger – Sawyer/Kate Mary Ann – Clair/Libby Gilligan – Charlie/Hurley/Arzt Even Guest Stars Seem Familiar: Wrongway Feldman - Pilot of Flight 815 Erika (Zsa Zsa Gabor) - French woman Jungle Boy - Alex Tongo the Ape Man - Zeke (Bearded Man) Big-game hunter Jonathan Kincaid -The Others Kidnapper (Don Rickles) - Ethan Cosmonauts - Desmond/Nathan Giant Spider - The Black Smoke The Mosquitoes (music group) - Drive Shaft *According to the recently obtained birth certificate of Sherwood Schwartz, he was born in 1806 and is nearly 200 years old! Perhaps he has visited the Island that he writes about and is privy to life-extension technology! Could Sherwood Schwartz and Alvar Hanso be one and the sa[...]

By: marty

Fri, 10 Mar 2006 14:00:30 +0000

something I've thought about several times since the previews for Maternity Leave -- the Escape Hatch. They didn't open that door. I betcha it comes into play at some point. There were several scenes in which it featured prominently. Thoughts on that?