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The Fringe Podcast

Posted in Fringe, Other People Talking Fringe, Other People Talking LOST with tags , , on March 19, 2011 by Scott Copperman

I miss listening to LOST podcasts.

I know there are people doing re-watch podcasts, but I’m not rewatching. And as much as like listening to podcasts, it’s tough for me to find a podcast that is “appointment listening” for me, where I look forward to the release of each new episode and try to clear my schedule to listen.

The Fringe Podcast is one of those podcasts that has helped fill the void.

If you are a fan of Fringe, or are even thinking of getting into the show, I suggest you check out Clint and Darrell’s site and show.

Scott Copperman

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ReThinking the LOST finale

Posted in General Info, ReThinking LOST with tags , , , on May 28, 2010 by Scott Copperman

Unfortunately, there’s been some sort of Mix-Up at podbean and we won’t be able to upload Part 1 of our finale analysis until Tuesday of next week.

I KNOW!

Sorry about that. I hope it’s still relevant and worth your time.

Watch for it.

-Scott Copperman-

ReThinking LOST is a “Point of Entry”

Posted in ReThinking LOST with tags , , , , , on April 26, 2010 by Scott Copperman

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/25/magazine/25FOB-medium-t.html

Many thanks to Virginia Heffernan of the NY Times for recommending the ReThinking LOST podcast in her April 19 article, “‘LOST’ in Translation.”

We’ve very proud and appreciative of this honor.

-Scott Copperman-

ReThinking LOST Episode 022 now available

Posted in Airdates and Show Schedule, ReThinking LOST with tags , , , , , , , on January 18, 2010 by Scott Copperman

You can check out Episode 22 and every episode of ReThinking LOST on Itunes or at our main site: http://rethinkinglost.podbean.com/.

Episode 022 was actually recorded as Episode 023, but after a day full of spoilery tweets on twitter, we decided to invite Anna from the Jacob’s Cabin podcast over and vent. It’s a quicky, but it’s something we wanted to say. Also, you’ll find the new Ep 023 (featuring special guest Ross from the Creeping With Armstrong podcast) is worth the wait.

Enjoy the show.

Scott Copperman

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ReThinking LOST Episode 21 now available

Posted in ReThinking LOST with tags , , , on January 12, 2010 by Scott Copperman

You can check out Episode 21 and every episode of ReThinking LOST on Itunes or at our main site: http://rethinkinglost.podbean.com/.

It’s a good episode. We follow up on some listener suggestions of theories and emails. I make a (pretty embarassing) pitch to be included in Jay and Jack’s Autism Speaks 24 hour podcast. I was serious, though, when I said it’s the same weekend as the Atlantic City Beer Fest (a.k.a. “the celebration of the suds”). I do hope to attend one of those two… are you listening/reading Jay and Jack?  I’m giving you first dibs.

We also weren’t really sure how much we wanted to go into the non-existent (in my eyes) connection between the worlds of LOST and Flash Forward. I explain it in the show, but again, I think you have to look at in the way the St. Elsewhere tie-ins played out. It’s a nod to the fans or to good source materials, not a link between worlds. If you didn’t already, go check out this site to see how convoluted it could potentially get: http://home.vicnet.net.au/~kwgow/crossovers.html . It’d actually be pretty cool if someone went through and made a map similar to the one on that site taking all the JJ “nods” that connect Mission Impossible and Cloverfield and Star Trek and Star Wars and Lost and such… but that’s my point… it’s too much.

Enjoy the show. I’ll react to feedback here and on an upcoming show.

Scott Copperman