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Having survived the long night of Game of Thrones, podcasters Dave Gonzales, Joanna Robinson, and Neil Miller are going back for a massive rewatch of ABC's hit show Lost. Follow along as your faithful hosts guide you back through one of the great storms in modern pop culture history episode by episode. And don't be surprised if a few other major storm-fronts open up along the way.

The Storm: A Lost Rewatch Podcast Dave Gonzales, Joanna Robinson, and Neil Miller

    • TV & Film
    • 4.6, 1.8K Ratings

Having survived the long night of Game of Thrones, podcasters Dave Gonzales, Joanna Robinson, and Neil Miller are going back for a massive rewatch of ABC's hit show Lost. Follow along as your faithful hosts guide you back through one of the great storms in modern pop culture history episode by episode. And don't be surprised if a few other major storm-fronts open up along the way.

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4.6 out of 5
1.8K Ratings

1.8K Ratings

MommyVenom ,

Always 5 stars, but give credit where it’s due

I love y’all (no need for a Texas accent). But, after spending a good portion of the actual episode of “Do No Harm” screaming at my tablet (quietly, of course, so I didn’t wake my kids), I then had the follow up experience of having you guys fawn all over Kate on the pod last week. I feel compelled to point something out:

Kate did not deliver that baby, please stop saying how great she was. Claire carried him for 9 months, then had a forced unmedicated birth in the woods (some people choose natural birth in the woods, it’s beautiful, but it should be by choice.) Claire was a rockstar delivering her baby, especially with her clueless support team, who apparently didn’t realize she would eventually give birth and discuss this in advance.

F*ck Kate, she just caught the baby and gave bad instructions, based on the advice of the island mansplainer, Jack, who also has never given birth, or apparently even paid attention on his ob-gyn rotation.

Claire did all the actual work. Please, please recognize this for future generations who might otherwise think the a$$hole shouting “push” is more important than the person with the uterus. “Push” is an unnecessary command - our bodies will push fine without verbal coaching at the appropriate time in the second stage of labor. Shouting “push” definitely isn’t a necessary medical intervention, even if it makes for better tv.

I have thousands and thousands of words I could write about how sad it is to see Kate, “the savior”, praised while Claire, “the little lady who survived thanks to Kate”, ignored, but surely there’s a character count and you probably get the gist of my dismay that reducing birth to a damsel-in-distress story is incredibly demeaning and harming to women. In real life, this is the god-complex mentality that has contributed to the US having one of the highest maternal mortality rates among developed countries in the world.

Maybe the (imaginary) Lost reboot will have a woke midwife instead so I don’t have to relive this very-2004 example of paternalistic attitudes surrounding birth that we are still crawling out from under in 2019. Love you guys, I know this isn’t probably part of your lived experiences, so I appreciate the chance to add my thoughts.

Jdawg428420 ,

I am loving returning to the island!

I am having so much nostalgic fun returning to the island. I was a huge fan of Lost when it originally aired and then I kind of forgot about it. I am loving this rewatch guided by this fantastic trio! Also, Dave comparing Sawyer to Templeton maybe the funniest thing I have ever heard. Thanks for the laughs folks!

DontTrustSansa ,

Love This Podcast! WaaaAAALLLLTT!!!

I love listening Joanna, Neil, and Dave talk about whatever they are watching---especially GOT and especially LOST! During the -shh!- Off Season Tour I find that on one topic I totally agree with Joanna, then on the next I think Dave is the one with the right idea and then Neil is the one I agree with for the next topic. It is a terrific mix of viewpoints and perspectives that works really well for the pop culture they choose to talk about. Great job, all of you!!
Joanna is a fav on any podcast I listen to so forget those negative reviews.
I do have a couple of minor suggestions. When talking about the pilot, Neil gave some really helpful info about the cinematography and the podcast included a bit more technical info and discussion. I found that really interesting and would never have noticed some of the details you all pointed out. I hope that we can get back to hearing a bit more of that. Also-during the Storm section of the podcast, it is easy to follow the discussions about things we will learn in season 2-3 and maybe 4, but when you refer to details from season 5 or 6 it might really help us to follow if you included just a few words to orient us. This could be just a few words to jog our memories or give context so that we can follow your point or idea.

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