Previously On LOST 6: The Moth

by Previously On Lost

Can someone get Bill and alarm clock because he missed his flight again! But luckily Jay made his flight just to have an annoying Moth continue to fly around him. But the moth holds more than just a spot in nature. It teaches something about fate and free will. Join Mike and Jay as they take a look at episode 6 of LOST! Let’s get LOST!

On the fifth episode, Mike and Jay take a deep look back at “The Moth.” In this episode, we discover that everyone has as a struggle and a past. But struggle is nature’s way of strengthening us. Charlie had to be reborn in this episode while confronting his past. What revelations will be found this week? Saty tuned to find out! Mike and Jay also take a look at the pop culture references and give a glimpse into the next episode and introduce a new segment, Spoiler Zone!

Show Notes

  • Introductions
  • Summary of “The Moth”
  • Interesting Episode Facts
  • Discussion of “The Moth”
    • Sawyer’s Name Dictionary
    • Pop Culture References for “The Moth”
  • The Next Episode to be Discussed
  • ***SPOILER ZONE*** (Begins at 1 hour 1 minute mark and ends at 1 hour 5 minute mark)
  • Closing remarks for “The Moth”
  • 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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