'Orientation: Ryan Station' answers reader questions about 'Lost', Part 2
Hope you enjoyed the first half of this week's two-part "Lost" podcast. Mo Ryan and I had so much to say about all things show-related that I had to break things up into two separate segments. So we're back today with another 40+ minutes of chatter for you.
Today's topics: the gendered treatment of characters on the show, a look at the show's finite model to see if it might affect the development of other shows, and what we're planning on doing once "Lost" is over. If you liked Part One, you'll be very interested in hearing what we have to say this time around.
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