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> We discuss LOST’s Lasting Influence on other television shows, but also on folks’ lives.
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Babylon 5 is my all-time favorite TV show, but LOST also brought in a sense of community when it was airing. At the 12 minute point you were discussing Flash Forward. I wrote to the author of the original book, Robert Sawyer. The book was interesting in of itself, but the TV show went in quite a different direction. When I wrote to him in 2010 he did write back saying, “I’m not at liberty to divulge what might have been intended for future seasons, but I’m certainly glad you enjoyed my novel!” So, maybe one of these days we might find out what was planned for subsequent Flash Forward seasons.
At the 39 minute mark I am shocked to find out that you both missed Babylon 5. You must see the whole series. The first season is a little slow in places, but it is well worth your while and once you really get into it, you might find it very hard to stop watching. One of the great things about seeing it when it first aired was that the creator of the show, J. Michael Straczynski, had an open dialogue with the fans throughout the run.
Great show! I just finished listening to it and just sent in a quick voice mail. One of the items I talked about in the voicemail was the finale and I wanted to write those thoughts down here as well.
I really loved it until the last 15 minutes or so when it revealed that the flash sideways was different than I thought it was. I would have preferred it if they had used either of two concepts that were used on Fringe – either a new timeline that was created when the bomb went off or a parallel universe – the one where Walternate is. I was really rooting for one of those explanations throughout the season. Still, the end as shown was extremely moving and I can accept it.
Meanwhile, while we are waiting for LOST – The Hurley Years, thanks for this special podcast and I will go back in time and listen to some of your LOST podcasts to hear what you were thinking about at the time.
Hi Neil. Thanks again SO VERY MUCH for your excellent comments posted here, as well as on the FRiNGEcasting page over the years, and the new Speakpipe voicemail I just received from you! Very good thoughts.
A LOST movie would be epic, even if just a 2-hour made for ABC-tv movie!
I don’t know where I was, or what I was doing when Babylon-5 first came out. That’s awesome to hear that J. Michael Straczynski was involved with fans throughout. I’m really surprised that Dan missed it too, because he has seen almost every sci-fi tv show made since the mid-80s.
I was excited to hear that you contacted the writer behind Flash Forward, Neil, AND that he wrote back! That show had so much promise, I wish we could find out what was planned for it. Remember that mysterious woman overseas with the deep voice. I knew she was up to no-good.