When a ship sinks, whether due to a break up, or a death, or any other reason, it often feels like it will be impossible to ever ship the characters with anybody else. And yet, as we discuss this week, so often we are able to recover and continue to enjoy these characters in romantic relationships later on.

What are some of your favorite examples of this? Be sure to let us know! Find us on twitter or email us at shippingroompod@gmail.com.

This week we’re taking a break from television to discuss the relationships that captivating us in literature. We dive way back to our early years and contemplate which tropes and ideas have stuck with us and influenced the ships we love on TV today. Plus we talk about the more recent books we’ve read and loved and share some of our listeners favorites as well. Don’t forget, it’s never too late to join the conversation. Find us on twitter (@shippingroompod) and share your thoughts!

This week we’re joined by return guest, Drunk Monk podcast host Will Choi and newcomer to the show Steven Brandon, co-writer of Lost the Musical. They’re here to talk about….what else? The ships of Lost! Lost had so many compelling and complex relationships. We dissect and chat about the brilliance of one of the greatest shows of our time. Don’t miss the opening number of Steven and Will’s show, Lost the Musical. And as always, be sure to find us on twitter to continue the discussion and tell us what we may have missed.


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