In honor of The Ringer’s list of 100 best TV episodes of the 21st century, Juliet Litman, Chris Ryan, and David Shoemaker revisit “The Constant” from the series Lost. They discuss why this episode made the list (8:48), the lost art of fitting plot into an episode interrupted by commercials (30:34), and the lasting impact of Lost (43:35).
‘Lost,’ S4E5: “The Constant”
Revisiting a classic episode of the J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof show, the best episode of TV this century
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