Tag Archive: LOST


LOST ROCKIN MOMENT PREVIEW

A special thanks to Matt from the Keys To Lost podcast.  He is putting together an amazing podcast : Lost Rockin’ moments, where you talk about one of your favorite Lost moments and what song best relates to it.  I sent in Matt my rockin’ moment and he mixed Lost dialogue with the great tune GET FREE by THE VINES.  Click on the link below to hear it!

Check out Matt and Leslie’s podcast : www.keystolost.blogspot.com

HEATH’S LOST ROCKIN MOMENT

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Ok, I was listening to the song “20th Century Man” by The Kinks.  I’ve listen to this jingle many a time in the life of Heath’s World.  But now we are getting close to the end and that MIB (Man In Black aka Johnny Locke) is on my mind. 

 I highlight some interesting parts of the lyrics that caught my eye, have a read and tell me what you think :

20th CENTURY MAN BY THE KINKS (LYRICS)

This is the age of machinery, A mechanical nightmare , The wonderful world of technology,

Napalm hydrogen bombs biological warfare,This is the twentieth century, but too much aggravation…It’s the age of insanity, What has become of the green pleasant fields of jerusalem.

Ain’t got no ambition, I’m just disillusioned  I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.
My mama said she can’t understand meShe can’t see my motivation….. Just give me some security, I’m a paranoid schizoid product of the twentieth century.
 
You keep all your smart modern writers….Give me william shakespeare.  You keep all your smart modern painters I’ll take rembrandt, titian, da vinci and gainsborough,Girl we gotta get out of hereWe gotta find a solutionI’m a twentieth century man but I don’t want to die here.  I was born in a welfare state….Ruled by bureaucracy  Controlled by civil servants And people dressed in grey….Got no privacy got no libertyCos the twentieth century people Took it all away from me.
 
Don’t wanna get myself shot downBy some trigger happy policeman,   Gotta keep a hold on my sanity….I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna die here.
My mama says she can’t understand meShe can’t see my motivationAin’t got no security,I’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.This is the twentieth centuryBut too much aggravationThis is the edge of insanityI’m a twentieth century man but I don’t wanna be here.

I will be co-hosting a 5 hour block of the jay and jack 30 hr podcast with axel foley on sunday march 21, 2010.  it is for a great cause, you can donate, email lpdonate@gmail.com

Jay and Jack’s 30 Hour Podcast for Autism Speaks: Schedule

March 12th, 2010

Starting on March 20th – 21st

12:00pm: Opening

12:30pm: BSG Talk With Matt & Alirio

2:00pm: Patrick Labyorteaux

4:00pm: Bethany Shady From Geronimo Jack’s Beard

5:30pm: Josh from the Josh Mister Lost Podcast, and Josh from the Lost Flashback Podcast

7:00pm: Damon Lindelof

8:00 – 11pm: Media Junkyard Lost Quizoff, USA Vs. Canada Foosball Campionship.

11pm: Jo Opinionated

12am: Tad Stone

1:30am: Ryan and Jen from The Transmission

3:00am: Jimmy Aquino

4:30am-9:00am: Axel Foyle from the Lost Mythos Theory cast and Health Solo from Lost Revisited Podcasts:

[4:30am Intro – Heath and Axel talking Lost

5:00 – Jon Lachonis (DocArzt.com)

5:30 – Talking about Lost Podcasting – From The Mouths Of Podcasters & Bloggers
Jon Lachonis (DocArzt.com), Donald (Donald is Lost), Katy Gowland (What Katy Said), Jed (Losties with Jed and Cara), Matt (Keys to Lost)

6:45 – Lost Theory Roundtable
Donald (Donald is Lost), Wendy (Lost Revisited), Hurricane of Feedback Len, Dharma Dummies, Anna (Jacob’s Cabin), Denise, (Jacob’s Cabin)

8:15 – Chris Sparling, writer of “Buried” starring Ryan Reynolds

Alex (It Only Ends Once) and anyone else who will stick around]

9:00am: Ralph from The Dharmalars

11:00am: Curt Yanko from The Black Rock Podcast

2:00pm: Mary Jane Carpenter, Ian Knight, Dennis Acevedo, and Mrs. Mary Anne Sage

3:30pm-4:30pm: Damian Holbrook Senior writer of TV Guide

4:30-6:00pm Jorge Garcia

SOURCE : JAYANDJACK.COM

I had an idea on twitter today : A Lost podcasting swap-fest.  I know what you are thinking.  Heath, you already go on 500 podcasts every other week.  Yes, I’ve been on Donald Is Lost, Lost Mythos, Keys to lost, The Black Rock, etc.  But this Lost podcatsing swap idea is totally different.

What if you could listen to The Smoke Hatch next week but instead of Steve and Matt, it was Matt and Anna in Indiana?  What if you downloaded Donald is Lost and heard Alex from “It Only Ends Once” doing the finer things club and making Mikail voices?  It would be kind of fun, right?

It’s the last season of Lost and the podcasting community pumps out many mnay podcasts per week for your Lost analyzing enjoyment.  But what I’m proposing will be something fun for you and us podcasters. 

Now this podcasting swap is not just Heath Solo going onto the Lost Mythos podcast as a guest.  It is a complete swap.  Let me give you an example :  As host of the Lost Revisited Now, I will not be allowed to do my own podcast for one week.  I have to host another podcast.  But you have to keep the format of the podcast you are swapping to.  If I swap to the Smoke Hatch, I would have to follow the Smoke Hatch’s format : drinking, cursing and talking Lost like they would.  And if Matt from the Smoke Hatch hosted the Lost Revisited Now, he would do the show with Wendy, do my exact intro “Live from California (Pennsylvania for Matt) and Connecticut its The Lost Revisited Now, episode 99…” He would also do Lost Alums, etc.  So we are swapping out one host for another to make things interesting for out Lost podcasting listeners.  And it will make it fun for us podcasters  too.  So when you download The Lost Revisited Now, you would have Matt and Wendy doing the show.  Sound fun?  But the catch is whomever swaps, we have to make sure you act as if you are not guest hosting.  Pretend that you have always hosted this podcast, kind of like Lost alt parallel timeline.  Got it?

I’m working with Steve from the Smoke Hatch it getting a list of podcasters who want in.  We are looking to do it on or around April 1st, April fool’s day, per Anna In Indiana’s idea. 

If you are a podcaster and are interested in participating :

contact Heath : thelostrevisited@gmail.com

How fun would it be to hear Jay and Jen on the transmission or Ryan and Jack on the Jay and Jack show?  I sure like it…

 

10 New shows to watch for in 2010

Here is Tv.com’s Top 10 shows to watch for 2010.  I found it interesting.  Some shows I watch, some I heard were great, and some I just have never heard of.  

Friday January 22, 2010 Ms. Wendy will be joining as co-host of THE FILM LIST, to go over the shows we think you should watch in 2010.  Now it’s for the 2nd half of the 2009-10 TV season, not a summer or fall preview, it’s for winter and Spring of 2010. 

We will go over what’s coming out and give our choices for what you should watch and what we are going to watch.

Also notice, LOST is the top show on this list.  I like this guy Tim, who wrote the article. 

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

by Tim Surette TV.com Staff Writer 01/08/10 03:00 PM

In the old days of television (circa 2005), the midseason was where networks dumped their dead bodies. Scripted shows that weren’t good enough for the fall season would debut as “midseason replacements” for fall shows that tanked, and they’d run side-by-side with quick-buck reality shows.  

Not anymore. The midseason is home to some of television’s biggest hitters, including American Idol, Lost, and several premium-cable programs. So what should you keep an eye on in the first half of 2010? I chose ten comedy, drama and action programs I think will be worth watching (note: they’re all scripted shows that are premiering this midseason; returning fall shows and reality programs were not included).  

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

10. Life Unexpected — The CW, premiering January 18 at 9pm
For once, a new CW show that isn’t remaking an old program with hot youngsters. Life Unexpected follows a 16-year-old girl’s quest for emancipation from her biological parents, who gave her up for adoption. I’ve seen the pilot, and it’s touching and honest without being too cheesy. A pleasant surprise.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

9. Sons of Tucson — Fox, premiering March 14 at 8:30pm
Tyler Labine (Reaper‘s Sock) is a couple hundred pounds of comedy gold, and I’m psyched to see him play a con artist who pretends to be a dad to a trio of kids. The show will air right in the middle of Fox’s animation block, so expect the same goofball comedy that fans of those other shows love.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

8. Damages — FX, premiering January 25 at 10pm
The revolving door on television’s best acting ensemble will bring in Lily Tomlin, Campbell Scott, and Martin Short this year. But the real attraction here is the show’s twisted sense of storytelling; going through a season of Damages is like putting the pieces of a shattered mirror back together. Without the bad luck.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

7. Treme — HBO, premiering in April
I’d put Treme higher on the list, but since The Wire is still vastly underwatched, I’ll leave it here. This anticipated show from Wire creator David Simon follows musicians in post-Katrina New Orleans, so don’t expect any forensics, psychics, explosions, or vampires. Just quality drama about the lifeforce of New Orleans.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

6. The Tudors — Showtime, premiering April 11
The final season of cable’s most lavish program will conclude the decadent life of Henry VIII. Spoiler alert: He dies. Who will have their head chopped off? Who will Henry bed? Who will be bedded by Henry and then have their head chopped off? These answers and more on the next season of The Tudors!

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

5.  — HBO, premiering January 10 at 10pmBig Love
HBO’s Mormon drama gets more attention every season, and deservedly so. The acting is top notch (Chloe Sevigny and Jeanne Tripplehorn are Emmy-worthy), the drama is as heavy as it gets, and the subject matter is delightfully frowned upon by religious officials.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

4. Human Target — Fox, premiering January 17 at 8pm
If you like ’80s action movies that star wise-cracking macho men, you’ll like Human Target. Based on a comic book graphic novel, Human Target stars Mark Valley as a man who poses as a person in danger. There’s plenty of action and levity to make a bucket of popcorn mandatory during all viewings.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

3. Chuck — NBC, premiering January 10 at 9pm
The action-comedy (just barely!) returns for Season 3, and I couldn’t be happier. Why this show isn’t more popular is beyond me; it has spy gadgets, hot chicks, and a charming lead in Zachary Levi. This new season sees our accidental spy endowed with more than just top-secret tidbits; this time he actually learns how to kick some butt.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

2. Breaking Bad — AMC, premiering March 8
When we last saw Walter White, he was sifting through the wreckage of a plane crash that was indirectly his fault. Yikes. How is Season 3 going to top that? I don’t know, but I have all the faith that television’s best writing team to come up with something awesome.

Ten Shows to Watch this Midseason

  

1. Lost — ABC, premiering February 2 at 9pm
I know, shocker. But how could the final season of Lost NOT be number one? Old ghosts are back as we press the rewind button (or fast-forward button) to discover what happens if Jack’s plan to detonate the H-bomb is successful. The four-toed statue, the bones of Adam and Eve, John Locke’s destiny, it will all make sense. And if it doesn’t, I’ll hunt down the producers myself.

Almost made the list: 24, Caprica, Life and Times of Tim, Justified, Archer, Southland, The Pacific  
Which shows are you looking forward to?  


Heckle TV.com writer Tim Surette on Twitter: @TimAtTVDotCom  

LIBBY : ONE FOR THE ROAD

My guess is we will not see Libby in season 6 of Lost.  Just a hunch.  She made her cameo in season 4 in “Meet Kevin Johnson.”  Yes, it was a waste.  We didn’t get enough.  A couple of weird moments with Michael, it would have been nice to see Cynthia as Libby in action.  But who knows, maybe it is a secret and she will agree to come back for an episode.  I got my fingers crossed.  If not, she could always go back to “Guiding Light.”  Oh wait, that soap was cancelled.  I just wish some of these guest star actors would just realize how lucky they were and are to be a part of the greatest network show of our time.

 ARTICLE ON LIBBY, ONE OF THOSE TAILIES THAT WE LOST…

Elizabeth “Libby” Smith was one of the tail-section survivors of Flight 815. She claimed to be a clinical psychologist before the crash, apparently dropping out of medical school sometime during her first year. After reuniting with the middle section survivors, she had short-lived relationship with Hurley. Michael shot and killed her out of shock, as she walked in on him fatally shooting Ana Lucia. (more…)

SOURCE : LOSTPEDIA

2010 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS!

I’m a big Golden Globe fan, love that Hollywood Foreign press.  But no Lost as best drama!  No Terry O’Quinn?  No Josh Holloway?  Come on foreign press.  Michael Emerson did get a nomination, as he should.  But I’m a bit bitter that the rest of the cast didn’t get nods.

I am excited for George Clooney and Matt Damon, well deserved.  Plus Sandra Bullock  getting 2 nominations for The Proposal  and The Blindside, I love her.  But who I expect for to win and also take home oscar gold in February : QUENTIN TARANTINO (Picture/Director and CHRISTOPH WALTZ (Actor) – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS.

So here is the list, haven’t examined it yet, but I’ll be commenting on them as we get close to the big night on january 17th, 2010 on NBC.

GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINATIONS LIST FOR 2010 :

BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
AVATAR
THE HURT LOCKER
INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS
PRECIOUS
UP IN THE AIR

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
EMILY BLUNT – THE YOUNG VICTORIA
SANDRA BULLOCK – THE BLIND SIDE
HELEN MIRREN – THE LAST STATION
CAREY MULLIGAN – AN EDUCATION
GABOUREY SIDIBE – PRECIOUS

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA
JEFF BRIDGES – CRAZY HEART
GEORGE CLOONEY – UP IN THE AIR
COLIN FIRTH – A SINGLE MAN
MORGAN FREEMAN – INVICTUS
TOBEY MAGUIRE – BROTHERS

BEST MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
(500) DAYS OF SUMMER
THE HANGOVER
IT’S COMPLICATED
JULIE & JULIA
NINE

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY OR
MUSICAL

SANDRA BULLOCK – THE PROPOSAL
MARION COTILLARD – NINE
JULIA ROBERTS – DUPLICITY
MERYL STREEP – IT’S COMPLICATED
MERYL STREEP – JULIE & JULIA

For more, follow me after the jump!

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – COMEDY
OR MUSICAL

MATT DAMON – THE INFORMANT!
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS – NINE
ROBERT DOWNEY JR. – SHERLOCK HOLMES
JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT – (500) DAYS OF SUMMER
MICHAEL STUHLBARG – A SERIOUS MAN

BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM
CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS
CORALINE
FANTASTIC MR. FOX
THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG
UP

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
BAARIA (ITALY)
BROKEN EMBRACES (SPAIN)
THE MAID (CHILE)
A PROPHET (FRANCE)
THE WHITE RIBBON (GERMANY)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A
MOTION PICTURE

PENÉLOPE CRUZ – NINE
VERA FARMIGA – UP IN THE AIR
ANNA KENDRICK – UP IN THE AIR
MO’NIQUE – PRECIOUS
JULIANNE MOORE – A SINGLE MAN

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A
MOTION PICTURE

MATT DAMON – INVICTUS
WOODY HARRELSON – THE MESSENGER
CHRISTOPHER PLUMMER – THE LAST STATION
STANLEY TUCCI – THE LOVELY BONES
CHRISTOPH WALTZ – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

BEST DIRECTOR – MOTION PICTURE
KATHRYN BIGELOW – THE HURT LOCKER
JAMES CAMERON – AVATAR
CLINT EASTWOOD – INVICTUS
JASON REITMAN – UP IN THE AIR
QUENTIN TARANTINO – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

BEST SCREENPLAY – MOTION PICTURE
NEILL BLOMKAMP – DISTRICT 9
MARK BOAL – THE HURT LOCKER
NANCY MEYERS – IT’S COMPLICATED
JASON REITMAN – UP IN THE AIR
QUENTIN TARANTINO – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

BEST ORIGINAL SONG – MOTION PICTURE
“CINEMA ITALIANO” — NINE
“I WANT TO COME HOME” — EVERYBODY’S FINE
“I WILL SEE YOU” — AVATAR
“THE WEARY KIND (THEME FROM CRAZY HEART)” — CRAZY
HEART
“WINTER” — BROTHERS

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
BIG LOVE (HBO)
DEXTER (SHOWTIME)
HOUSE (FOX)
MAD MEN (AMC)
TRUE BLOOD (HBO)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES –
DRAMA

GLENN CLOSE – DAMAGES
JANUARY JONES – MAD MEN
JULIANNA MARGULIES – THE GOOD WIFE
ANNA PAQUIN – TRUE BLOOD
KYRA SEDGWICK – THE CLOSER

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA
SIMON BAKER – THE MENTALIST
MICHAEL C. HALL – DEXTER
JON HAMM – MAD MEN
HUGH LAURIE – HOUSE
BILL PAXTON – BIG LOVE

BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY OR MUSICAL
30 ROCK (NBC)
ENTOURAGE (HBO)
GLEE (FOX)
MODERN FAMILY (ABC)
THE OFFICE (NBC)

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES –
COMEDY OR MUSICAL

TONI COLLETTE – UNITED STATES OF TARA
COURTENEY COX – COUGAR TOWN
EDIE FALCO – NURSE JACKIE
TINA FEY – 30 ROCK
LEA MICHELE – GLEE

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES –
COMEDY OR MUSICAL

ALEC BALDWIN – 30 ROCK
STEVE CARELL – THE OFFICE
DAVID DUCHOVNY – CALIFORNICATION
THOMAS JANE – HUNG
MATTHEW MORRISON – GLEE

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A
SERIES, MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

JANE ADAMS – HUNG
ROSE BYRNE – DAMAGES
JANE LYNCH – GLEE
JANET McTEER – INTO THE STORM
CHLOË SEVIGNY – BIG LOVE

BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A SERIES,
MINI-SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

MICHAEL EMERSON – LOST
NEIL PATRICK HARRIS – HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER
WILLIAM HURT – DAMAGES
JOHN LITHGOW – DEXTER
JEREMY PIVEN – ENTOURAGE

 

I was on the web today preparing for my fantasy football league.  I’m drafting my team today as I’m in the Lost Podcast Fanatsy Football League.  Among the podcasters I’m competing with :  Jack (Jay and Jack Show), MKLOST,  THE ODI,  and Ryan from The Transmission.  And how could I forget our league commisoner Mr. Payne from No Payne, No Glory.  My fantasy Football team is called :  The Dharma Fighting LaFleurs.

The Dharma Fighting LaFleurs 2009.

The Dharma Fighting LaFleurs 2009.

 

And so as I was looking for a logo for my team, I stubled across this great photo from :  www.hobotrashcan.com

THE MATCH OF 1977!!!!!

THE MATCH OF 1977!!!!!

Harold on Lost….

Below is the latest article that TV Guide did on whether Harold Perrineau would return to Lost in the final season.  Take part in the pole below, would you like to see Michael Dawson return to Lost?  I would.  Especially if he would return with that little boy, I mean, the growing teenager Walt.

Rumors are swirling that just about every past Lost cast member may be journeying back to the island – where death apparently isn’t always the end – as the series heads into its final season. But Harold Perrineau’s not packing his bags for Hawaii just yet. “I can only deny,” original cast member Perrineau told TV Guide Magazine about a possible return engagement as the seemingly deceased Michael Dawson – though a resurrection may be just a phone call away. “Nobody’s said anything to me and I haven’t asked,” said Perrineau. “One of the great things I always thought about Lost is I back up and I let them do the thing that they’re really great at doing. They’re really great and creating drama and creating their show. And this way I don’t have to ask ‘Hey, what’s this? What’s that?’ I don’t ask any questions, I just show up and I let them do what they do. They’re good at it.” That said, if the producers ring him up, Perrineau’s on the first flight to Oahu. “Of course I would show up! Are you kidding me? That’s my people!” He said he wasn’t sure if Michael could return organically back into the mythology, however. “Only if there’s some way that they’re getting back to all of those original characters that we started the journey with, and if that’s so then that makes sense to me. I don’t know other than that how it makes sense.” “But then nothing makes sense on the show, so why am I even saying this?” he laughed. Whatever happens, Perrineau is just as eager as any longtime viewer to find out the answers to the many mysteries Lost has posed over the years. “I still have questions – a ton of questions,” he explained. “I’m curious about how all that’s going to wrap up. There are just tons of things from when we first started that I’m still curious about.”

source: TVGUIDE

 

Heath Solo is back!

September 3, 2009-It’s been a few weeks.  Summer is ending and life has been crazy for me .  Like most of you know, we get involved in projects that push our commitments to the fullest. We take on tasks that we feel we can accomplish, but sometimes time is our worst enemy. 

I haven’t blogged much in the last month : vacation, podcasting, finishing my script, etc.  I have posted weekly blu-ray releases and some TV info, but I have yet to actually start my daily blog.  I wanted to blog each day about random topics.  Anything on my mind that happens in “Heath’s World.”  Ok, one more time, “Party time, excellent.”  Got to love it Nancy Drew.  So I’m going to do my best to put out a daily blog.  I’m shooting for every day but there may be one to 2 days a week that we don’t get a daily blog.  But I want to be able to release something everyday whether it is Lost related, Film List related, life, TV or film related.  So I will do my best to keep it going. 

Finishing up my latest script has taken up all my time this summer.  I have taken a break from podcasting and blogging.  It’s important that I finish my screenplay by late September.  I’m on my 4th draft and it’s almost there.  This draft has made some leaps and bounds, so I see the 5th and final draft just being a “cross the T’s and dotting the I’s” draft.  So I will have the latest draft done this weekend, have a meeting, then work on the last and final draft over two weeks there after.  I’m also in the middle of another screen play that I’m developing for a network that I can’t say at this time.  It’s a less complicated script, so I’m giving myself a bit of latitude to get it finished.  But I do want to have a solid draft by October.

With that said, the tough part is over.  Time is becoming mine again and it’s perfect because I want to get on a more frequent podcasting schedule.  Next Monday, September 7th, 2009,  Ms. Wendy and I will be doing our first Flash Forward podcast.  It will be an introduction to this new show.  We are excited as it is our most anticipated new show we want to examine.

We will also be doing one  Lost podcast a month.  We will tackle the season finales we have yet to cover and do a few podcasts previewing the final Lost  season coming in 2010.  As we get closer to the season 6 premiere, we may add 2-3 extra podcasts to our plate.  The anticipation of the new season will get our motors running for putting out Lost content.

The Film List podcast  will resume also.  I have been trying to schedule a date with Donald and Agent Shadow to discuss season 2 of the X-files.  But we haven’t been able to nail down a date yet.  Plus as I have almost completed my rewatch of season 2, the slim set I have doesn’t have the finale on the last disc.  Donald told me that there was some problems with the season 2 slim set not having the finale.  So I wasn’t the only one who this happened to.  How can they forget to put the finale on these sets?  Are you kidding me?     I am so pissed that I payed money for a product that wasn’t complete.  Guess I am netflixing the last disc.

So with that said, Heath’s World  is back in full force.  Podcasts will be in full effect starting on September 7th, and I am excited.  Plus the much promised Heath’s Top 100 favorite films of all-time is on it’s way.  In September, I will be putting out numbers 100-91 on the Film List.  Also, I will be adding to Heath’s World : a Lost alums page, more fans top 10’s, and some new ideas from listener Tom Wilson.  Tom contacted me on doing a podcastof my experiences with auditioning for television and  the process.  Such a great idea Tom.  That will definitely be on the horizon for October.

So I’m back, ready to rock, thank you for checking out the blog and listening to the podcast.  Talk to you soon.

 

Heath Solo