Previously On LOST 19: Do No Harm

by Previously On Lost

Lines are drawn. Risks are taken. Tempers get raised. Jack gives his own blood to save the life of one of the survivors. Elsewhere, a new survivor joins the group. Join Mike, Kory and Steven as they take a look at Season 1, Episode 20 of LOST and hope their name is on the manifest! Don’t get LOST!

On the 20th episode, Mike, Kory and Steven learn how thin a needle must be to puncture a wet noodle, just how sharp a cargo hold can be and that Jin has an amazing sense of hearing.  We also have a new survivor join the group while we say goodbye to another. Mike, Kory and Steven also take a look at the pop culture references, give a glimpse into the next episode and take on the spoiler zone!

Show Notes

  • Introductions
  • Summary of “Do No Harm”
  • Interesting Episode Facts
  • Discussion of “Do No Harm”
    • 4 – 8 Key Episode Moments
    • 15-16 Second Overall Review of the Episode
    • 23 Rating System of the Episode
    • Ending Discussion
      • Sawyer’s Name Dictionary
      • Pop Culture References for “Do No Harm”
  • The Next Episode to be Discussed
    • “The Greater Good” (Sayid)
  • Closing remarks for “Do No Harm”
  • Closing Credits
    • Social Media


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LOST made a huge cultural impact in television back in 2004, defining and solidifying the golden age of television and elevating serial dramas to a status not seen in more than a century. For six years, LOST stretched the viewers’ imaginations, while also inspiring a generation of storytellers. Previously On Lost is a deep-dive rewatch podcast, analyzing and enjoying every episode of the series as well as ancillary material. Your hosts Mike Ellis ad Bill Drewnowski, two series experts who share a deep love for the Island, will take you on a journey filled with flashbacks, flashforwards, and even flash-sideways all designed to take you deeper into a story where anything is possible. Whether this is your first time watching the series or an old adventurer, we have to go back!

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