'Lost': 'Orientation: Ryan Station' talks 'Across the Sea' with special guest Noel Murray
Welcome to another edition of our "Lost" podcast! As always, The Chicago Tribune's Maureen "Mo" Ryan and I discussed the latest episode of the show, and we were lucky enough to have returning as a guest The A.V. Club's Noel Murray. (Read his recap for this week's episode here.) For anyone that's complained that all we do is agree with each other about the show, strap in: this one features a lot of different opinions.
Frankly, I'm glad: Noel liked the episode a lot more than either Mo or myself did, but since Noel's really smart and presented his arguments in an eloquent way, I look at certain aspects of the episode in a new light. I'm not totally sold on it as a whole, but both Mo and I had fun discussing the episode with him, even if the three of us did not see eye to eye on a lot of things.
In fact, we had so much fun talking that we managed to record nearly two hours worth of audio. After doing our normal "commentary about the episode" section, we decided to do a quick five-minute wrap up...that lasted almost 45 minutes. Whoops. So that will be posted, in its entirety, as a second podcast this Sunday. I think you'll want to listen. After all, it's about you. No, honestly. It's about you. Trust me on this.
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