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Getting LOST

Clint and Adam
ComedyTV & Film

Every week we will bring you an in-depth look and analysis of each episode of LOST. Clint is watching the show for the first time just before we record the episode. Adam has seen the entire series 7 complete times. Listen as we pick apart and grow to love the characters of this hit TV show.


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Latest Episodes

Gina brings an awesome theory to the show and lots to thing about regarding this Locke-centric episode from Season 1. We would love to know your thoughts as well! more

6 days ago

We were joined by Losties: Max, Gina, Michael, Christopher, Jenny, and Dave FSDIO for some Lost and Getting LOST trivia for the holidays. We had some fun and want to do this again in the future so we hope even more will join next time! more

a month ago

Chuck Staton joins us today on the show as part of a cross-promotion we'd like to do with him. Chuck has been in the entertainment biz for a while with involvement in some great shows like Tell 'Em Steve-Dave and The Chuck and Brad Podcast. There are... more

2 months ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 109 ratings
  • They learn from their mistakes (misogyny) and get better

    There is no way to respond to other reviews but we just want to say that we get better about those stupid things we said. Yes, it is 2021 and those episodes were recorded a couple to a few years ago and we are sorry. Thanks to those that stuck it out with us. It was crappy behavior and we want to keep improving.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • I wanted to like this show

    I started with episode 77, the Shape of Things to Come and made it about 7 minutes in before turning it off when they called Sun a ho. It’s 2021, why are we still listening to misogynistic men who use offensive, gendered insults? But what did I really expect from two white men from Utah…

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Love It

    Not sure where the one star reviews are coming from. This is one of my favourite podcasts, currently on my third re-listen. Genuinely makes me laugh plus I love how much the guys clearly enjoy the show and how in depth their discussions and theories are.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom9 months ago
  • Annoyed.

    I have somehow made it through this podcast. (only through episode 113) Their breakdown of the show is pretty good but they go off topic way to much and laugh way to much at thier dumb joke and I mean hysterically laughing. The only suggesting I have on how to make it through this podcast is fast foward until they start talking about the episode. You can safely fast forward at least 10 minutes to up 20 on any given episode. All they do in that time is stroke each others egos. Even during their b... more

    Apple Podcasts
    Tdog 1975
    United Statesa year ago
  • Coolest people alive

    I think I might love this pod cast more than the actual show 🤣🤣😂😂

    Apple Podcasts
    Vera Asllani
    United Statesa year ago

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