Stay Tuned!

You know you’re a podcaster when… a fussy baby preempts your show. (Edward R. Murrow didn’t have to put up with this stuff.) We did have a mini show planned for this week, but only got about a third of it in the can tonight before an erupting molar pulled us out of the “recording studio” (i.e. our den). Hopefully things will settle down and we’ll still be able to send out a transmission by the weekend.

Thanks for hanging in there with us, folks. Thirty three days to our next new episode!

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9 Responses to Stay Tuned!

  1. Katie says:

    It’s all right guys…we can wait. Hope everything’s all right with that baby and that molar…

  2. Loes says:


    Never heard you talk about it but…in season one we see Walt looking at a picture of a bird, later that specific bird flies itself dead against the window. After the crash on the island, Walt reads a comic with drawings of a polarbear. Later on the island a polarbear appears. Maybe earlier in his youth Walt attended experiments with the Dharma Foundation. Just a thought.

    Love your show!

    Loes, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  3. Brendan says:

    Thanks for letting us know Ryan… at least the baby had good timing and picked a rerun week 🙂

    Looking forward to the show…

  4. Justin says:

    Don’t worry about us, Ryan, no sweat. Is it just me or is the LOST fever starting to wane a bit? I think ABC picked a crummy time to switch to reruns. LOST (to me, anyway) was starting to lose a little momentum and then all of a sudden we come to a brick wall for 6 weeks. Bad move.

    Ugh. Can someone help get my enthusiasm back up here?

    Currently working on a LOST video set to the song “Fix You” by Coldplay. It will feature different scenes from the first and second season appropriate to the lyrics. I’ll let you all know when it’s posted. Windows Movie Maker is giving me a bit of a fit so it might take a little longer than expected.

    Looking forward to the next show, Ryan & Jen!

    -Justin from Ohio

  5. brian says:

    I don’t know why this reminds me of “Lost”, but I guess all these freak coincidences and mishaps aren’t always deeply embedded in fiction. Sometimes, they happen in the real world as well.

  6. Leslie says:

    Hey Ryan and Jen!
    I love ya’ll’s show, and can’t wait for the new episode. I was meaning to call in this, but I ran out of time during the week. I wanted to know wether Ryan’s sighting of Kate in the post office in Hawaii was aired with last week’s episode. I thought the train station looked like it might’ve been one, or maybe not. I also wanted to bring up a slight parallel ( that might be a strech..) Goodwin carried an army knife around the island, and Hugo’s cursed numbers originated from a transmission intercepted by the Navy. Coincidence, or proof that I have WAY to much spare time? It could go either way.

    I LOOOVE you guy’s podcast!!
    From Atlanta, GA.

  7. Ryan says:

    I wanted to know wether Ryan’s sighting of Kate in the post office in Hawaii was aired with last week’s episode.

    Yep, Leslie, the “train station” was our historic downtown post office. Here are some photos of what it looks like from the outside. And the diner where Kate’s mom worked is the famous Liliha Bakery.

  8. Wrecks says:

    The Creature from Id. Remember a movie called Forbidden Planet? The machines could create anything a person could imagine, but the human subconscience is a dangerous place.

    The “Others” have learned that whatever their subconscience imagines comes true. If they imagine horrible invisible creatures killing people, then people get killed. They also know that children have the most active imaginations…

  9. Matt says:

    It was only a matter of time before there would be interruptions. Three kids, I don’t know how you do it! Love the show, just started listening eariler this week and am hooked.

    Not that you have any spare time for it, but I would really be interested in a ‘running commentary’ show every once in a while. Several days after a show has aired I think it would be great for you guys to watch the show again and record your podcast at the same time. This way we can watch LOST and listen to your podcast at the same time listening to your comments. The official LOST broadcast did this once, and it was great! You all have so much feedback from fans it would be fascinating to hear your thoughts on it all while we watched.

    Just a thought….I’m sure you have no spare time for it though. I’ve been recording all the shows on my DVD recorder, I edit out the commercials, add a menu to the finished DVD and would love to be able to add an additional audio commentary track from you.

    -Matt (Auburn, Washington)

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