Pushing the Button: a Chronologically LOST Podcast

It's 108 days into quarantine, and Kenmily is Chronologically LOST.
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Pushing the Button: a Chronologically LOST Podcast


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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 31, 2020

:(     Kenmily Experiences Death     :'(

:)     Kenmily Summons a Polar Bear     :D

Aug 29, 2020

Kenmily invites The Talented Mr. Tom Ripley onto the show to discuss whether or not Matthew Fox is a good actor.

Buy The Alex Jonestown Massacre's new album Run-On Death Sentence on Bandcamp or iTunes or stream it on Spotify/Apple Music/YouTube/Tidal/Bandcamp.

Speaking of streaming, the gang is thoroughly delighted by the note this episode of CL ends on.

Aug 27, 2020

Kenmily nearly loses a friend and predicts the weather in a reality competition Jacob's people are watching called Big Other.

Aug 25, 2020

Kenmily enjoys a nice round of golf on a tropical island while their favorite friend gets tortured.

Aug 22, 2020

In this hungover sequel to the previous episode, Kenmily is so caught up with torturous sexual tension that they never even stop to wonder what actually happened to the inhalers.

Aug 20, 2020

After consuming what is probably more than the recommended amount of alcohol to start a podcast with and going on for far too long about how hot everyone on the island is, Kenmily mostly talks about Harry Potter.

Aug 16, 2020

To celebrate the Oceanic date of 8/15, Kenmily stops recording on their phones and gets a fancy new recorder so they can clearly talk all about whether or not Hurley is hoarding all the food.

Aug 14, 2020

Kenmily translates a French distress signal and finally finds their new best friend Vincent.

Aug 11, 2020

Kenmily understands how Jacob feels by experiencing the sociological joy of finally seeing their favorite survivors interacting.

Aug 9, 2020

Kenmily has a totally normal airline experience in that they spend far too much time in the airport before a flight. Then... the real fun begins.

Aug 5, 2020

Kenmily finds themselves in Sydney for lots of ridiculous reasons, but they really can't wait to fly back home.