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The Transmission Special Report: LOST Panel

This special edition of “The Transmission” features the audio from the “LOST” panel. Danielle Rousseau’s story, Daniel Faraday’s notebook and tie, and Vincent. Held in cavernous Hall H, the presentation featured both questions and answers as well as video clips and performances relating to the Dharma Initiative ARG. Warning: Adult language, not all of it from the stage.

MP3 File


July 26, 2008 - Posted by | Updates


  1. Ryan and Jen, Thanks so much for your great Comic-Con coverage. I’m a Transmission listener who has been using your blog and Twitter to keep up with “The Geek Prom” this weekend while I’ve been stuck at home working. It’s very much appreciated! Hope y’all continue to have a great weekend.

    Comment by Mindy | July 26, 2008 | Reply

  2. Awesome report from Comic Con! Hope you guys enjoy the rest of your time in San Diego, and safe trip home to Hawaii!!

    Comment by Jonine | July 27, 2008 | Reply

  3. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

    It has been wonderful to be able to attend comic-con thru your reports. None of the lines, none of the stuff I don’t care about, and straight to the goodies.

    You did a fantastic job (as usual). You guys need to make this a yearly thing. Next year bring the kids. And grandma so she can take them to the legos while you report for us.

    Have a fantastic time for the rest of your vacation.


    Comment by nerico | July 27, 2008 | Reply

  4. Ryan and Jen,
    Thank you so much for all the Comiccon coverage. Even my 16 year old daughter was excited(and she usually is “too cool” to show it.) I hope you both had a great time. Have a safe trip home!


    Comment by Eugene | July 27, 2008 | Reply

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