61 episodes

A podcast dedicated to rewatching LOST - one person for the first time, the other for the eighth

Hosted by Jack Shepherd & Jacob Stolworthy

The LOST Boys Jack & Jacob

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 61 Ratings

A podcast dedicated to rewatching LOST - one person for the first time, the other for the eighth

Hosted by Jack Shepherd & Jacob Stolworthy

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
61 Ratings
61 Ratings
Noah Nichols ,

Love these lads.

Some fun stuff.

akjfkldajk;ldjfio ,

Glad I found this!

My boyfriend and I are rewatching Lost currently, which I haven’t seen for 6 years and he hasn’t seen since season 4 aired (where he stopped and someone avoided all season 5 & 6 spoilers🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️). I really enjoy listening to each The Lost Boys episode at work of the episodes we binged over the weekend. Jacobs trivia is fun to hear about and I enjoy the speculation as I don’t remember a lot of what happened... I found this pod after googling Lost to see what people are saying about it all these years later and was pleasantly surprised to find to two lovely British men going episode to episode. I’m currently reviewing from episode 13 and my only complaints are that sometimes the conversation can get rather boring and the sound quality goes in an out of sucking. Im hopeful both these things get better tho and will continue to listen along.

VladiLocke ,

Good lost podcast but needs some work

I like podcasts that follow this concept, where one host has seen a show and the other hasn't. I like them when done right, that is, and the Lost Boys does a satisfactory job. Some of the interviews with people who worked on Lost have been interesting. You can really tell that Jacob loves Lost and can hear it in his voice when he talks about the show. Jack, on the other hand, only seems half-interested, half the time, and often offers no explanation for why he didn't care for something other than "it's dumb." We need more than that, mate. Also, PLEASE stop the whole "number watch" announcement thing. Sure, go over the numbers, but each time Jack yells Number Watch! it’s incredibly grating on the ears. The sound quality was awful at first, like they were recording in a tin box, but it has gotten better. Still needs some work though.

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