Trans 2008-09-21: “Maternity Leave”

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This episode of “The Transmission” takes a look at “Maternity Leave,” the 15th episode of the second season of “LOST.” We recap the story in eight minutes, then spend some time discussing it in greater detail. Then, we turn it over to You All Everybody, featuring our brilliant listeners and readers. In the Forward Cabin, we report on the last two weeks of production here on the island (including a call from John Fischer).

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Segments:

  • 0:00:00 Introduction
  • 0:01:34 “LOST” in 8 Minutes
  • 0:08:48 Discussion
  • 0:24:20 You All Everybody: Feedback
  • 0:37:38 The Forward Cabin: Hiatus Plans
  • 0:45:58 Closing

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3 Responses to “Trans 2008-09-21: “Maternity Leave””

  1. […] Lost: aggiornamenti Rayan di Hawaii blog ha aggiornato il suo ultimo podcast, aggiungento alcuni dettagli delle riprese che vi elechiamo di seguito, se invece volete ascoltare l’audio cliccate qui. […]

  2. Fernando says:

    Great job, guys.

    It’s so nice to hear you debate and analyze season two when we are just preparing ourselves for season 6; I love the way you guys connect the dots, and reminds us of events long past.
    I agree with Jen, about rating this as one of the best episodes of the entire show.

  3. seth says:

    oh no! that was my first ever comment to be read out and it was a grumpy one! and i’ve been listening from the 3rd or 4th transmission! oh well. i just didn’t happen to like that episode. sorry, jen!! i do love lost though. and the transmission!

    and i also love that theory about Danielle going through what Michael later went through and the island not letting her die. that call-in completely snapped that scene (when she asked kate to shoot her in the head) into context for me. i love that idea. it really explains why she sounded so desperate, and showed zero fear at all, if she knew she wouldn’t be hurt even if kate shot her.

    in fact, i don’t remember rousseau ever seeming afraid, at least until after she was reunited with alex. i bet that theory ends up being true.

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