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It's the Season 4 finale, so we've got some deep philosophical debates: Is Ben already plotting his return to the island? Is Locke really cut out to lead the Others? And who are this season's most and least valuable players? Plus we chat with Michael Emerson, who tells us what it was like to turn the Frozen Donkey Wheel and why he was always playin…
 
Finally, we see the Oceanic Six return to the real world, complete with a press conference. But back on the island, chaos reigns: Jack and Sawyer go in pursuit of Hurley, Desmond discovers explosives on the freighter, the Others capture Kate and Sayid, and still, Ben always has a plan. And actor Malcolm David Kelley calls into The Hatch for a conve…
 
What is destiny, anyway? We try to figure out what it means for Locke and for Ben, as Locke attempts to save the island and Ben attempts to avoid grappling with his sins. Plus we welcome back Kevin Durand (Martin Keamy), who tells us about filming his epic fight with Sayid, getting stabbed by Ben and ad-libbing one of the show's funniest lines. Fin…
 
On the island, Jack has appendicitis and Juliet saves the day. But we spend most of this episode discussing the flash-forward, in which Jack and Kate appear to be happily raising Aaron together until Hurley and Christian Shephard fan the flames of doubt within Jack, starting him down the path that leads back to the Island. And production designer J…
 
Michael Emerson joins us to discuss the scene in which Keamy kills Alex, when Ben Linus's heartless façade begins to crack just a little. We dive deep into the Ben-Charles Widmore confrontation and Ben's recruitment of Sayid in the flash-forward. Michael even shares behind-the-scenes the details about playing the piano and riding a horse. Find us o…
 
After watching this episode, we're ready to declare Michael the show's most tragic character. Seriously, all he wants to do is die and even that won't grant him peace. We also talk with production designer Jim Newport, who takes us behind the scenes of "The Constant" and tells us about building the freighter. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and…
 
The combined flashback/flash-forward doesn't quite hold up on a second viewing, but the rest of this episode does. From Juliet revealing Sun's affair to Jin to Bernard reflecting on karma to the low hum of danger on the freighter, there's more than enough to discuss. Then, Kevin Durand joins us to talk about his approach to playing mercenary Martin…
 
We're surprised by how much we enjoy this episode — Ben is at his most disturbing, and Harper Stanhope may or may not be the Monster. (Also, remember the Widmore reveal?!) Plus we continue our conversation with costume designer Roland Sanchez, who tells us about the first time Matthew Fox visited his fitting room. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcas…
 
Some have called "The Constant" the greatest TV episode of the millennium. Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) and Sonya Walger (Penny) join us to discuss the episode in detail, from how the phone call was filmed to what made their characters' love so enduring. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/thehatchpodcast. Leave us your hot take a…
 
Lots of questions this week: Why won't Kate let her mother see Aaron? Why is she really mad at Sawyer? And how much should we blame Locke for his own incompetent leadership? Plus we talk with LOST costume designer Roland Sanchez, who tells us about his inspiration for Ben, Miles, Ms. Hawking and other characters. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast…
 
Sayid, sometime in the future, is a dapper assassin in places like the Seychelles. This prompts a lot of questions, although we remain Sayid's #1 fans, and also talk Naomi, Kate and Sawyer. Plus, the conclusion of our interview with Rebeca Mader, in which we get her take on the time the show's creators messed up Charlotte's age and hear a few more …
 
The freighter folk are introduced in the second episode of Season 4 — but should this have been the season premiere? We think so, actually. We talk about all the reasons we love Daniel Faraday, Charlotte Lewis, Miles Straume and Frank Lapidus. Plus Rebeca Mader, who plays Charlotte, shares an honest assessment of her character's story arc — the goo…
 
We're back for season four, folks! "The Beginning of the End" picks up right where season 3 left off. It's the first season premiere to focus on anyone but Jack, choosing Hurley instead. We talk about the still-escalating Jack-John conflict, Jacob's cabin, the fallout from Charlie's death, and the visit of the mysterious Matthew Abaddon to Hurley i…
 
Before getting started with Season 4, we're taking a look back at LOST Madness, our March Madness-style tournament to choose the show's best episode. See the results here: . We talk with TV writer Josh Wigler, whose rankings of every LOST episode for the Hollywood Reporter formed the basis for the seedings in our bracket. Find us on Twitter @TheHat…
 
We'll begin the 13 action-packed episodes of Season 4 on June 2. Featured guests this season include Rebecca Mader, Kevin Durand, prop master Rob Kyker, and more! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take by phone at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our theme music is by Andy G. Cohen and our cover art is by D…
 
We can hardly believe we've reached the end of Season 3. As we watch the action-packed season finale, we talk about Charlie's battle against fate, Jack's transformation into a highly effective leader, Ben's continued spiral as his power wanes, and how Hurley delightfully saves the day. Plus, the final part of our conversation with Nestor Carbonell,…
 
Charlie's swan song remains an emotional, tough episode — even though he's still alive at the end of it! We agree that Jack's plan is a good one and are grateful that Sayid is around to help it happen. Ben takes a series of ever-darker turns. We also return to our conversation with Nestor Carbonell, who introduces us to the lovely concept of "soul …
 
We learn so much about Ben this week: He wasn't really born on the Island, his leadership of the Others is more precarious than we thought, and he's been lying about his relationship with Jacob — a lie that Locke calls him on to dramatic effect. Our guest is the episode's director, Bobby Roth. He tells us about filming the Jacob's cabin scene, cast…
 
Why can't John Locke kill Anthony Cooper? Why does Ben try to make him? What makes Sawyer able to commit this murder, and what impact does it have on him? Why has Jack seemingly abdicated his leadership role on the beach? We get into all of it. And Nestor Carbonell, who played Richard Alpert, returns to The Hatch to talk about Richard's motivations…
 
The maniacal Mikhail Bakunin returns in this week's episode, so we bring back actor Andrew Divoff one last time. We also lament the seemingly never-ending series of cruel ironies that defines Sun and Jin's relationship, while trying to appreciate how badass they both can be. Find us on Twitter at @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/thehatchpodcast…
 
Remember when Desmond got fired from being a monk? We find out how he met Penny, dive deep into how his prophetic flashes might work, and wonder what might have happened if that arrow had, in fact, hit Charlie. We've also got the final portion of our conversation with "fan whisperer" Ivan Askwith, exploring "The Lost Experience" and why it's so fun…
 
Eventually we'll learn to love Ben, but in this episode his intensely personal cruelty to Juliet is hard to take. At least Jack trusts her and is trying to help her (although maybe he shouldn't be). We also revisit LOST's alternate reality game, "The Lost Experience," with TV producer Ivan Askwith. Find us on Twitter at @TheHatchPodcast and at face…
 
We love the Kate and Juliet scenes in this episode, and also the Kate and Cassidy scenes in the flashback — but do they pass the Bechdel test? Plus we've got more from TV producer and "fan whisperer" Ivan Askwith, who helps us try to figure out if Damon and Carlton could have given "Lost" a non-controversial ending. Find us on Twitter at @TheHatchP…
 
"If you have not yet allowed the brilliance of "The Gang Buries Nikki and Paolo Alive" into your heart, then there's nothing I will be able to say to convince you otherwise. Okay, maybe two words: 'Razzle dazzle.'" — The Hollywood Reporter, Sept. 20, 2019 This week, we have a ridiculous amount of fun discussing Expose, which has aged brilliantly, a…
 
A lot happens in this episode: Locke blows up the submarine when Juliet and Jack are SO close to getting off the island. John and Ben have more incredible repartee. And Anthony Cooper is much more evil than we knew. Plus, more from Andrew Divoff, who played Mikhail Bakunin! Find us on Twitter at @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/thehatchpodcast.…
 
This is somehow the last Claire-centric episode of "Lost," so we dive deep into her troubled childhood, her still-rocky relationship with Charlie and the revelation that Christian Shephard is her father. Plus we've got more from actor Andrew Divoff (Mikhail Bakunin), who agrees that Mikhail is a psychopath and talks about his fight scene with Harri…
 
Mikhail Bakunin is formally introduced in Enter 77, which means we finally get to share our interview with Andrew Divoff, who brought Patchy to life. We also talk Sayid, Rousseau, Ms. Klugh, and the chess game that entrances John. Find us on Twitter at @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/thehatchpodcast. Leave us your hot take at +1 954-6-DHARMA. …
 
This may be "the last sitcom-style episode" of LOST, but we are surprisingly unhappy with ... Hurley's parents? At least there are some great Sawyer lines. And Hurley and Charlie driving the DHARMA van is wonderful. Plus, we talk with media studies professor Derek Johnson about the fictional institutions of LOST! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast…
 
Well, folks, it's that time: We discuss Jack's tattoos, his time in Thailand, and the end of his sojourn on Hydra Island, and it turns out that this episode has not gotten better with time. But then Alan Dale graces us with more tales of his work as Charles Widmore! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/thehatchpodcast. Leave us y…
 
As Desmond begins bouncing through time, we consider the idea that giving in to the course-correcting nature of the universe is a form of cowardice, and that Penny is right when she calls Desmond a coward. We also interview Charles Widmore actor Alan Dale, who compares his character to the current president of the United States. Find us on Twitter …
 
It's our first Juliet flashback! We revisit some of our favorite questions, including: What's the deal with fertility on the island? Who's there of their own volition, and who is more like a captive? And would Jack really have let ben die on the operating table? Our interview guest this week is the inestimable Néstor Carbonell, who appears in this …
 
Why can't Kate stop running? Does she really love Sawyer? And how do we feel about Nathan Fillion on Lost? We wrap up the opening arc of Season 3 as well as our interview with co-executive producer Jean Higgins, who tells us why LOST shipped its film with vegetables. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us …
 
Farewell, Mr. Eko, we hardly knew you — although we can certainly spend a solid half hour talking about you. We dive deep into what happened when the Smoke Monster killed Eko and why. And Jean Higgins shares behind-the-scenes details about certain characters who left the show. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast.…
 
Sawyer, Kate and Jack are all in fine form in the memorable pacemaker episode. Ben drops one of his gems: "Don't you read?" And Sammy goes to see "LOST: The Musical," which impressively condenses six seasons of material into two hours of dialogue and parody songs, and interviews co-writer and director Steven Brandon about it. Find us on Twitter @Th…
 
Oh, boy, it's the sweat lodge episode. John and Charlie go into the jungle for an encounter with the polar bear — excuse me, /a/ polar bear. And Jean Higgins gives us more insight into how she helped bring Lost to life. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take by phone at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our t…
 
Sun and Jin continue to intrigue us. Sayid, for the first time ever (?), disappoints us. And Co-Executive Producer Jean Higgins surprises us with a take on the smoke monster. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take by phone at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our theme music is by Andy G. Cohen and our cover…
 
We're back for another season! We're delighted to meet Juliet. Ben's out of the book club. Jack shows some growth. And we start an interview with Co-Executive Producer Jean Higgins, who was "first in, last out" on set in Hawaii and remembers what feels like every detail. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leav…
 
This year, we'll have interviews with Néstor Carbonell, Jean Higgins, Alan Dale and others who worked on or wrote about LOST! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take by phone at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our theme music is by Andy G. Cohen, and our cover art is by Danny Roth.…
 
It's time for the Season 2 finale, and Sammy has the hottest of all possible takes: "Live Together, Die Alone" is the best episode of LOST. Rosie is incredulous. ("Better than 'The Constant?!'") We also name our MVPs of Season 2 and share our interview with Sonya Walger, who makes her debut in this episode as Penny Widmore. Find us on Twitter @TheH…
 
We flash back to Michael's brief time with the Others and learn about how they persuaded him to return to the Oceanic survivors, and that means we spend a lot of time bemoaning Michael's tragic character arc. We're delighted to see Alex, grateful for Sayid, and a bit annoyed with Charlie. Best of all, we return to our interview with Henry Ian Cusic…
 
"Hello, I'm Dr. Mark Wickmund, and this is the orientation film for Station 5 of the DHARMA Initiative." The discovery of a new hatch brings Locke to a crisis point in this classic LOST episode, casting him in an uncomfortable Man of Science-like role opposite Eko's Man of Faith. We dive into the psyches of both characters, and share more of our in…
 
We have a whopping five hot takes on this blockbuster episode. Ana Lucia! Ben! Christian! Michael! Jack! Libby! Did Christian bring Ana Lucia to Australia to protect him from himself? Why can't Ana Lucia kill Ben, and more importantly, why is she so unnerved by that? Are these the most shocking deaths in the series? Plus, more from Emmy-winning edi…
 
There's real tension between Rose and Bernard in their only flashback episode, but we do get to learn the very sweet backstory to their love story. We also share the final part of our interview with Middlebury College professor Jason Mittell, who talks about Lost's crazy origin story and how the show compares to other modern television classics. Fi…
 
In "Dave," we get a deep, occasionally dark look into Hurley's past and present psychological troubles. Inside the hatch, "Henry"/Ben continues to frustrate his captors, though he seems to have earned Locke's trust. And Jason Mittell tells us about the early days of Lostpedia and why he loves the series finale. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, …
 
It all comes crashing down for "Henry Gale" in the final moments of this week's episode, despite his efforts to earn Locke's trust. In flashback, we cringe as a much sadder version of Locke tries to win his father's approval once again. (Helen is not sympathetic.) Our guest is film and media studies professor Jason Mittell, who studied how fans res…
 
In The Whole Truth, Sun finds out she is pregnant and proceeds to tell Jin (and the viewers)... something other than the whole truth. In the subplots, Ana-Lucia obtains the map to Henry Gale's balloon, she and Sayid set off to find it. In the brilliant final seconds, Henry/Ben Linus tells John and Jack that, hypothetically, he could be leading them…
 
"Henry Gale" is still a prisoner in the hatch, which means we've got more from our interview with Michael Emerson. He waxes eloquent on the Ben/Locke relationship and what it was like to work with Terry O'Quinn. He also shares his thoughts on the LOST finale. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your ho…
 
Finally, the long-promised interview with Michael Emerson, whose brilliant portrayal of Ben Linus begins in this episode. Plus: Why does Sayid agree to torture Ben/Henry Gale? How brilliant is their back and forth? And how do the show's writers treat war in Sayid's flashback? Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast, and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast.…
 
Sawyer pulls off two masterful long cons this episode, reminding us he's not actually a good person (at least not yet). We try to figure out why he steals the guns, and whether he ever really considered not stealing Cassidy's money. We also share the final part of our interview with set decorator Rick Romer, who tells us why he described his job on…
 
Yes, this is the one where Charlie steals Claire's baby and Locke punches him. We cringe our way through the episode and consider the possibility that Charlie is in fact using heroin again, despite what he tells Jack. We also share more of our interview with set decorator Rick Romer, who tells us about how he designed Ben's house, and the firestorm…
 
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