LOST: Down the Hatch | Season 1 Finale: “Exodus, Parts 1, 2 + 3”
Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are back with the longest podcast of the Down the Hatch series to date — and that’s saying something!
In their sprawling recap of the three-part “Exodus,” Josh and Mike break down what both hosts believe is among the finest episodes in all of Lost, if not right at the very top. They enumerate the reasons why, from the moving Sawyer (Josh Holloway) and Jack (Matthew Fox) scene in the jungle, to the raft launch, to the raft explosion, and beyond. It’s a massive recap of a massive episode, to say the least.
“Exodus” was directed by Jack Bender and written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. It first aired across two nights: May 18, 2005 and May 25, 2005.
About Down the Hatch …
LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:
* We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of…
* 8 Sounds – The events of LOST pop right off the camera and straight into your ears with eight memorable moments replayed on the podcast, helping us guide through the story;
* 15/16 Others – Josh and Mike answer questions and comments sent their way through the official e-mail address: email@example.com
* 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.
* 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike will attempt to create an official Down the Hatch ranking of every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike will offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points will be combined for the podcast’s official score on each episode.
Each episode of Down the Hatch clocks in at no less than 108 minutes. If the podcast falls short of that runtime, Josh and Mike have triggered a crisis! Consequences may (and almost certainly will) ensue thanks to the Frozen Donkey Wheel.
Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:
* The Lost: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page
* Josh’s Lost Episode Rankings (T...