Bill Meeks & Anne Marie DeSimone have a confession: They've never watched LOST. Each week they'll dive deep on each episode to discuss theories, thoughts, and theories about the classic ABC series with fresh eyes (and a lot of laughs).
Join Bill Meeks and Anne Marie DeSimone as they bring you the latest in pop culture entertainment news. From books to Broadway to TV and video games, they’ll tell you what’s inside the Universe Box. This episode features a sampler platter of our best stories from the first month.
(S01E21) – Locke confesses some of his schemes. Jack starts a fight while popping his seams. The doctor naps while two men take a walk. They say it’s for tech but they just need to talk. Will Shannon explode like a hater should? Locke keeps some secrets for “The Greater Good”.
(S01E20) – Boone is all busted with Claire’s baby breaching. The boy’s almost dead, but the doctor’s still reaching. Back in the past he’s about to be wed but leaves his fiance alone in their bed. A new life begins as Boone buys the farm. Can Jack succeed when he should first “Do No Harm”?
(S01E19) – Locke having hair is a stark revelation. His job at Wal-mart is beneath his true station. Mommy’s appearance sends Locke to his dad. Dad’s bank account’s good but his kidney is bad. Is the light in the hatch really so vital? “Dues Ex Machina” is this episode’s title.
(S01E18) – Hurley’s revealed as rich and obsessive. The bad things that happen are frankly excessive. He won the lotto with digits from Leonard. They cause them both pain the second they’re entered. Hugo seeks answers while castaways slumber. Can he find the source of his curse’ed “Numbers”?
(S01E17) – We learn the truth about a man we mistrusted. Jin’s career’s looking up as his marriage gets busted. The island might give castaways a new life. Will Jin embrace it despite lies from his wife? Dishonest partners can’t reach a new nation. Their secrets make love LOST “… In Translation.”
(S01E16) – An unfriendly boar or the face of your father? Sawyer’s the only man the swine cares to bother. He’s wracked with guilt for killing a shrimper who stole his revenge with one rainy whimper. Will Kate’s carte blanche become Sawyer’s faux pas? The island ain’t meant for a couple “Outlaws.”