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The TV Critic's Lost Podcast

By The TV Critic

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Description

Critical analysis of each episode of ABC's Lost by Robin Pierson (The TV Critic)

Customer Reviews

Refreshing

I enjoy Robin's thoughtful analysis and carefully-articulated opinions, and I've come to look forward to this podcast each week. While I like listening many of the other more theory-based podcasts, I'm finding that some of their hosts are starting to sound a bit loony in their exasperation with Season 6. I appreciate that Robin never loses sight of the fact that he is watching a *television show* whose writers are entitled to creative oversight over their own work, and whose work deserves to be evaluated on its own merits, rather than on how closely it tracks with his pet theories. He is often extremely critical, but he always evaluates the show on its own aesthetic and narrative terms.

a genuine review of LOST

Highly recommend -- Amongst the variety of LOST podcasts, this is the most refreshing in its analysis. I appreciate the critical takedown of each episode on its own and within the context of the series. It has a sophistication because it lacks an emotional component or loyalty to a particular theory. Robin is a fan of the series, but willing to call a spade a spade without saying "I hate..." and leaving it at that. If dismay is expressed, it is qualified within the context of a character's/plot history, the storyline, the plausibility, the satisfaction, its achievement. Whether I agree with him or not, I always enjoy (and look forward to) each podcast.

Smart and insightful

It is so refreshing to hear someone discuss popular culture with intelligence and insight (no surprise that Robin's British). I'd love to hear listen to him discuss other TV shows, but no other show's as interesting to talk about as LOST.

The TV Critic's Lost Podcast
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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