Saturday, October 21, 2006

MYOKOM / Further Instructions


Playlist:
Just Like Heaven by David Sugar
Namnlost spar 3 by The Go! Team
She Don't Use Jelly by The Flaming Lips
Take Me Out by Scissor Sisters
These Days by Barbara Manning
Pioneers by Mystery Jets

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31 comments:

Ralph- said...

i thought you were dead. good to have you back dudes.

Uncle Igmar said...

Great to have you guys back.

aimee in little rock said...

I had a feeling this would be the weekend. Glad to have you back! Downloading...

Scott and Steve said...

I thought I was dead too, turns out I was just watching Marie Antoinette.

It was very pretty to look at, but very boring.

Jimmy said...

Nice stuff guys, I really liked it!

Agree 100% with everything you said about Desmond, as well as Mr Eko's supposed wise statements.

Good to hear the SAS!

aimee in little rock said...

"Henry Grayle" is the name of the Principal at Carrie's high school in the Stephen "the King" book. I was so shocked that none of the other podcasts had caught onto that, not even lostpedia had mentioned it. I coined the phrase 'golden egg' for those rare occasions when I stumble upon something that no one else notices.

Wonderful show as always, I especially enjoyed the part where you referred to me as a machine.

Thanks for bringing the SaS back! This was a great podcast week; we got all of the Lost Initiative shows!

Ralph- said...

icluding the lame one now.

Anonymous said...

Awesome podcast guys, it's really great to have you back.

- Jansen

aimee in little rock said...

Craig, it cost more money to send that ream of paper than it did to buy it. But it was the look on your face (that I'm sure you had) when you opened the box, and said to Andie "What a freak!" that made it worth every penny.

Mike Campbell said...

HOLY SHIT, they remembered the interweb?

crazy4swayze said...

Isn't Zeke's name actually Tom? Yes.

Ralph- said...

sorry aimee, but you should see the look on his face when i send him a goat head!

Ryan A. what is going on in OK where you dont know what a pearl necklace is? come on now...

aimee in little rock said...

Are you trying to start a competition now? Cause I'll send him more weird shit.

Joe said...

Thanks for the SaS... That's what the Lost Initiative is all about...

Quick Theory: Ben Linus starts kicking ass and ripping shit up in the next 2 episodes, but this "pod" ends with a Ben-Locke showdown - and Locke totally breaks him and Ben spills the whole truth about the Others, including the other Others and the off-island barracks... which is where the next "pod" takes place.

Kablam-o.

Anonymous said...

I liked the way that they used the Red Sox World Series win. And Ryan, don't forget that when deciding what news to tell Jack Ben only had the events from Sept. 22, 2004 to Nov. 29, 2004 to choose from. Sure, an American would probably be most interested in learning the outcome of the Presidential election, but the Red Sox win was also a big news event during that time. What would you have chosen from those 69 days to tell him about instead?

aimee in little rock said...

Tiger Woods got married in October 2004. That's about all I could find. Sorry.

Datty Mike said...

More SAS at last!
Thank the lordy!

Obsidianrock said...

Craig, you took the words right out of my mouth when I saw the leader of the hippy potheads. I thought it was M.C. Gainey the first couple of times I saw him. Whoever it was, he looked familiar.

Great to have you guys back,
L8r
Mike

Cassie said...

Fraggle Rock! I knew that cave looked familiar. Awesome podcast as usual dudes.

Scott and Steve said...
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Scott and Steve said...

Another Cure cover?
And more Flaming Lips? And their big hit?

I'm just going to be the guy who talks shit on the music choices from my ivory tower (a lame expression) in the land of the rising sun (another lame expression).

Dilbo

MusselsFromBrussels said...

Since Ralph launched the "Spot John Terry" contest, I had the same kind of experience this weekend watching "Hawk the Slayer" (you got to love those old naff movies), and not until checking out the imdb did I realise that Hawk was played by none other than our friend Dr Sheppard

aimee in little rock said...

I know he's not as obscure as Christian Shephard, but I'm always seeing shit with Terry O'Quinn in it, that I totally forgot he was in.

It's nice to see a cameo from Dylan on the blog! You need to drop by more often.

Ralph- said...

Yeah, stop by more often Japanese Pete.

aimee in little rock said...

And use the military DSN system in Japan to call the SaS line.

aimee in little rock said...

I'm having serious issues right now with the Lost prop guys. They need to stop grabbing whatever is convenient and remember that people like us are paying (too) close attention to detail.

I've got 22 new books that have been identified, which appeared on the bookshelves in Jack's doctors office flashback, and a handful of them were published in 2005; after the 815 crashed and well after the flashback occurred.

At least one of them was a Harry Potter (Azkaban) that I've already read, and there's another Stephen King book I get to read.

- Aimee "the freak/machine"

Dan C said...

Why is Locke bald in his flashback licence photo when he has hair in the same flashbacks?

aimee in little rock said...

I have no idea, but now I'm going to have to go look and see!

Ralph- said...

maybe locke was a hare krishna before becoming a hillbilly in a drug compound.

Clit Shavenshaft said...

Has anyone listened to episode 50 of Generally Speaking. It gets embarrasing at the end when Cliff and Stepho take their criticism far too personally. Cliff even suggests that they might not do it anymore.

aimee in little rock said...

One can only hope so, clit. At least he can continue to sell his "how to make a podcast" things on eBay. But of course he'll have to add a chapter about knowing when to quit.