Under the Dome Radio podcast episode #28, hosted by Troy Heinritz and Wayne Henderson. Wayne and Troy share their initial reactions to episode 3 of season 2, “Force Majeure”! Your feedback welcome at (904) 469-7469. To listen on the website, see the player below.
- Initial thoughts about “Force Majeure”.
- Wow! Barber Lyle, played by Dwight Yoakam, is crazy!
- Buy Dwight Yoakam's Who'll Stop the Rain on iTunes, via our affiliate link.
- What's the deal with the locker combination almost matching Pauline's birthday?
- Did James “Junior” Rennie really see that video from his mom, or was it another vision?
- What does Lyle mean when he tells Sam “See you on he other side, Sammy?”
- What is the “All Access Pass” that Lyle promises Junior?
- Is Zenith a real place, in the Under the Dome universe?
- Call (904) 469-7469 to let your voice be heard on our full-discussion episode coming out later this week, or leave a voicemail via the web at underthedomeradio.com/feedback, Thanks!
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