Trans 2005-11-16: “The Other 48 Days” – Episode 2-7

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This edition of “The Transmission” follows the Nov. 16 episode, “The Other 48 Days.” We follow the harrowing experience of Ana Lucia’s group from the moment the tail section hits the water to the shocking first encounter with our original group of survivors. Mr. Eko goes silent but then speaks, Ana Lucia toughens up but breaks down, Bernard makes contact but only with Boone, and an Other is discovered only after another is falsely accused.

Segments:

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 03:48 Recap
  • 15:47 Discussion
  • 24:54 You All Everybody (Feedback)
  • 49:20 The Forward Cabin (Spoilers)
  • 54:58 LostLine

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55 Responses to “Trans 2005-11-16: “The Other 48 Days” – Episode 2-7”

  1. Jake says:

    Hey Ryan and Jen, ive listened to the last 3 of your podcasts, and i love them.
    This is by far the best Lost Podcast out, including the recent Official ones from ABC. Alot more thought out and broken down into easy to get to sections than the other Fan Podcasts
    You both have really great Radio voices and i love to listen to you guys for almost an hour
    You both seem to have a great way of watching the show and finding little tiny clues i would have never spotted even after watching it many times!
    I just wanted you to know that i really love the Podcasts and im listening all the way from England :)
    Keep up the great work!
    I cant wait for your next show

    Thanks Ryan and Jen!

    Signed Jake, Lost/Transmission Lover :-D

  2. Melissa says:

    Just wanted to jump in here on the 108 minutes and the swan tracking. NOAA stands for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. You know, the weather folks. They launch all their satellites on NASA sponsored launch vehicles, so I have worked wtih them before.

    Anyway, 108 minutes just happens also to be the period of the sun synchronous orbit of the Argos satellites.

    Although the Argos, and NOAA folks might not have anything to do with Lost, I am thinking that it’s not a coincidence that the writers used the Swan symbol as well as 108 minutes. Here’s a link to the Argos satellite web pages
    http://noaasis.noaa.gov/ARGOS/

    Oh, and on the mural in the swan bunker, the number 108 appears inside of a picture of the sun. Interesting.

    Perhaps this is the scientific work that Danielle was involved in when her ship crashed?

    Enjoy!
    Very interesting,
    Melissa

  3. Rebecca G. says:

    Hey Guys:

    -10 degrees up here in Delta Junction, Alaska! Brrrrr! I really enjoyed the video clip of you two: very enduring! I too am a Trekky fan (never ashamed), and I think that LOST has many attributes of Star Trek: different points of view, individuals adjusting to life on an island/space ship, and the acceptance and understanding of cultures. We need a new Trek adventure! But until then, LOST holds us to explore the soul of man against the odds. I have to say that I enjoy your podcast as much as I do the show. It gives me a sense of global community…thanks! Great work!

    Rebecca

  4. Jeffrey G says:

    Guys i am from the Philippines and I can’t download your latest podcast.
    Pls also considering putting your mp3 on torrent sites. This will greatly
    reduce your bandwidth usage.

  5. Megan Jamie says:

    Hey Guys!
    I just purchased my iPod a few weeks ago, and Im a HUGE fan of Lost.
    I love to hear what you both have to say about the show, along with people calling in and leaving in their thoughts and comments.
    Can’t wait for your next podcast!

    megan-Jamie

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