The Season 4 finale results in one of the most packed podcast episodes to date, as the finale puts a nice bow on some questions brought up at the beginning of the Season, while giving us more to look forward to.
We discover just how the Oceanic Six make it home, the story they constructed, how they’re coping with life at home, how Locke and Ben “save the Island”, the fate of those who weren’t apart of the Oceanic Six, and who is in the casket from the season 3 finale. The Others make a return after a season long absence as well.
Kevin and Ben discuss their thoughts on the Season overall, the method in which the Island was moved, the special features on the DVD and Blu Ray, superlatives galore, and much more. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 44: ‘Theres No Place Like Home’ Parts 1, 2, and 3 (Season 4 Finale)
Our final stop before the Season 4 finale gives us some insight on how Jack became so far gone after leaving the Island, and glimpses at several parts of John Locke’s past life that lead us to believe that saving the Island may have been his destiny all along. It won’t be easy to save the Island, as Keamy and his mercenaries are hellbent on destroying it. The hosts also discuss Aaron as a character on the show. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 43: ‘Something Nice Back Home’ & ‘Cabin Fever’
Before Season 4 began to air, the Writers Guild of America went on strike. Kevin and Ben reminisce about this period, the incredible foresight the writers and producers of the show had, the support of the producers and cast, and how it affected LOST for the rest of the shows duration.
Ben then gets to discuss his all time favorite LOST episode. If there was ever a podcast that warranted a standalone episode discussion, this is it. Ben Linus’ unique flash forward sheds some light on his relationship with Charles Widmore, with the on Island story foretelling how they reached this point with a tragic character loss. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 42: 2007-08 Writers Strike & ‘The Shape of Things to Come’
This week, we learn the fates of Sun and Jin’s lives off the Island, as well as the fate of Sun’s unborn baby. The mystery of the Oceanic Six is resolved, but not without controversy. Michael also re-joins the cast under a new pseudonym. We learn what happened with him and Walt after leaving the Island at the end of Season 2, and what brings him to the Freighter. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 41: ‘Ji Yeon’ & ‘Meet Kevin Johnson’
Mike Thomas & Matt Waters take another trip into the Spider-Verse to talk about the ill-advised Venom solo movie, with such hot takes as “it’s ehhhh” and “what a criminal misuse of Jenny Slate” and even a fun debate about the title of the podcast. How could you NOT immediately download/stream this episode?! Continue reading Big Spideas – Episode 4: ‘Venom’
‘The Constant’ is widely recognized by fans and critics alike as the best episode of LOST. Ben and Kevin explore the unique episode, why its so beloved, and how it penetrated the cultural zeitgeist. Do they agree it’s the best episode of LOST?
‘The Other Woman’ follows a more traditional LOST flashback format, as we learn more about Juliet’s time among Ben and The Others, her relationship with Goodwin, and a reminder of just how conniving Ben can be. We also learn what caused “The Purge” and get a further glimpse into just what the helicopter crew knows of the Islanders. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth – Episode 40: ‘The Constant’ & ‘The Other Woman’
Ben Phillips and Matt Waters present Countdown to Destruction?, a podcast series recapping every episode of The Leftovers.
It’s OCTOBER 14TH 2018! The Seven Year Anniversary of the Sudden Departure! Repent! The Second Great Flood Cometh! On the off-chance we all survive please place your penis on the scanner so you can enjoy this episode covering a plot to assassinate the president and yet another contentious Damon Lindelof show finale. Continue reading Countdown to Destruction? – Episode 14: ‘The Most Powerful Man in the World (and His Identical Twin Brother) & ‘The Book of Nora’