TV on the Internet, Episode 37: Seven People Offer Their Thoughts on the Series Finale of The Ghost Whisperer (oh, and Lost, Too)

Todd and Libby don’t know if you’ve heard, but Lost ended last Sunday, and they thought the event had gone sadly unnoticed. Hence, they gathered five of their closest friends (read: people who follow them on Twitter) and went nuts, talking about the finale, the show itself, and just what its legacy might be. The two are joined by Media Elites’ own Chris Dole, Zack Handlen of The AV Club, Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings, Jason Mittell of Middlebury College and Just TV, and Daniel Walters of the Pacific Northwest Inlander. There are some arguments. There are some tears. There are moments of both laughter and sadness. And it all ends with Todd bleeding out on the Internet floor. Come along for fun!

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TV on the Internet, Episode 37: Seven People Offer Their Thoughts on the Series Finale of The Ghost Whisperer (oh and Lost, Too)

Here’s a direct link to the episode.

Time codes follow. There are MAJOR SPOILERS for a variety of shows, so you may want to skip over a segment if you haven’t watched the shows discussed therein.


00:00.00-01:54.29: This whole thing is Lost talk. If you don’t like Lost or don’t want to be spoiled, away with you!

Headline Links:

Look for Lost reviews here.

This Week’s Music:

We had to go with Michael Giacchino’s amazing score from the show for this episode. You surely understand.

Clip is from Lost (episode: “The End,” script by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse).


(We’ll post ‘em as you make ‘em.)

Photo: Francois Chau played Pierre Chang on Lost.

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