Trans 2010-03-28: “Ab Aeterno” (Episode 6-09)


This edition of “The Transmission” covers “Ab Aeterno,” the ninth episode of Season 6. We share our thoughts, then we turn it over to “You All Everybody,” our brilliant listeners. After a new track from The Others LOST Band, we report on the last week of production in the “Forward Cabin.”

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  • 0:00:00 Introduction
  • 0:01:05 Recap: “LOST” in Eight Minutes
  • 0:07:45 Reaction & Analysis
  • 0:40:07 Feedback: You All Everybody
  • 1:24:44 “Little House” by The Others LOST Band”
  • 1:28:54 Spoilers: The Forward Cabin
  • 1:37:51 Closing

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56 Responses to Trans 2010-03-28: “Ab Aeterno” (Episode 6-09)

  1. Carol from Boston says:

    @Brian, forgot to add because Locke/MiB looks so scary in that picture, you really captured the menace in his eyes.

  2. Bonita in Atlanta says:

    At last I broke my addiction to spoilers and closed before the Forward Cabin. See you next episode!

  3. Thanks all. I’ll be making a Ben Linus piece for next Tuesday.

  4. shannymac3t0 says:

    how good of an actor is Nestor Carbonell….


  5. shannymac3t0 says:

    @ Yann From France, my brother has been thinking the “Job” theory for a while now. Of all the Losties, Hurley seems to fit the Job role most?

  6. Maggie May says:

    Ok, I just read quickly through the comments and didn’t see this, but wanted to respond to Jen’s theory that the statue falling could have caused the infertiility problems on the island. I don’t think that is likely, since that means there would have been problems since 1867 – so no Ethan, no Miles, no Charlotte, no Alex, etc. I don’t recall if it was explicity stated during the early Juliette episodes, but it seemed to have been a relatively recent problem – from shortly after Alex’s birth, so sometime in the late 1990’s.

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