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Once again, we’re happy to bring you audio from the San Diego Comic-Con. As always, the sound quality isn’t perfect, and audio levels can only be tweaked so far. Nonetheless, we hope it helps you feel a little closer to the wonder and chaos of this incredible annual event.
Today’s feature is the Entertainment Weekly panel for “LOST,” which brought in surprise guests Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse.
Here’s the (misleading) official synopsis:
Entertainment Weekly Presents…Totally LOST: One Year Later— EW’s Lost gurus Jeff “Doc” Jensen and Dan “Dan” Snierson wax nostalgic about the past, perhaps with a surprise guest or two, and discuss how they’re “moving on” in the wake of Lost’s departure from the air a year ago. The duo will look to the future by previewing promising TV obsessions.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 48 of “HawaiiUP” for Oct. 21, 2006. We discussed TV shows: “Smith” on CBS, “Heroes” on NBC, “Battlestar Galactica” on SciFi, and “LOST” Season Three.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 26 of “HawaiiUP” on Sept. 24, 2005. We discuss the Season 2 premiere episode of “LOST,” then announce the spinoff podcast, “The Transmission.”
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 25 of “HawaiiUP” on Sept. 17, 2005. We discuss the “Sunset on the Beach” advance screening of the premiere episode of Season 2 of “LOST,” and some movie favorites.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance on Episode 24 of “HawaiiUP” on Sept. 10, 2005. We discuss the “LOST” Season 1 DVD box set.
From the archives. Jen’s appearance from Episode #13 of HawaiiUP on May 27, 2005. It’s our fourth discussion of “LOST,” and Jen starts off expressing some disappointment in the Season 1 finale. Where are our answers?
From the archives. Jen’s appearance from Episode #12 of HawaiiUP on May 21, 2005. Our third discussion of “LOST,” covering the 22nd episode of Season 1, “Born to Run.”
From the archives. Jen’s appearance from Episode #9 of HawaiiUP on May 6, 2005. We discuss “LOST” once again. We gripe about the loss of momentum caused by the breaks in the broadcast schedule of the show. Good thing we stuck with it!
From the archives. Jen’s appearance from Episode #7 of HawaiiUP on April 6, 2005. This is our first recorded conversation about “LOST,” so in a way, this is where the first seed of “The Transmission” was planted. We discussed Season 1, Ep. 20, “Do No Harm,” with the death of Boone.