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Lafleur是《Lost》的第5季 第08集 ,总第91集,在2009年3月4日首播。本集叙述了在Locke转动了轮子之后,留在岛上人的命运。Sawyer,Juliet和他们的伙伴与DHARMA Initiative的人相遇。

Synopsis编辑

在岛上编辑

未知的过去时间编辑

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After another flash, the well at the Orchid site (into which Locke had descended ) disappears, leaving Sawyer holding a rope that leads into the ground. He tries to rescue Locke but Juliet stops him, pointing out that they are now in a time before the well was ever built. Miles then draws everyone's attention to something in the distance. They look up and see the back of a gigantic statue. Meanwhile, Locke is underground and sets the frozen wheel on its proper axis, sending everyone above through a particularly violent time flash, this one with white light instead of purple light.

1974编辑

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Afterwards, all agree that this flash felt different and, noticing that their headaches have faded and their nosebleeds have stopped, they surmise that they are done traveling through time. Sawyer, noticing the well wall is in place again, quickly runs over, grabs the rope mechanism, and jumps in feet first, only to find the well has been filled in with rocks and earth, and he is standing at ground level. Sawyer says he's going to wait until Locke comes back, when Juliet asks how long he intends to wait, he replies, "As long as it takes."

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They seek out Daniel who is looking stunned, staring at the ground. When asked where Charlotte is, Daniel explains she died, then vanished during the last flash. Sawyer decides that they will head back to the beach to see if their camp is there (or build a new one if necessary), though Juliet notes that they don't really have much of a plan. On the way to the beach, they hear gunshots. Moving towards them, they see a clearing with two Others standing over a woman and a dead man. Sawyer and Juliet move out, rifles at the ready, and Sawyer tells them to put their guns down. One of them fires at Sawyer and is immediately shot by Juliet. The other is then shot by Sawyer. The woman introduces herself as Amy and convinces them to bury the bodies of the two Others and carry Paul, her dead husband, back. As Daniel approaches the sonic fence, Juliet yells for him to stop. Amy pretends to disable the fence, removes or manipulates an object hidden behind a keypad (subsequently revealed to be earplugs), and walks through. Sawyer, Jin, Juliet, Daniel and Miles follow and are knocked out by a high-pitched noise. Amy removes the earplugs from her ears, revealing how she passed through unaffected.

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Sawyer wakes up in the Barracks recreation room and is questioned by Horace Goodspeed. Sawyer introduces himself as "Jim LaFleur" and invents the cover story that his group was on a salvage boat that wrecked while searching for the Black Rock. Horace tells Sawyer that the group will have to leave the next morning on the submarine. He explains that only members of the DHARMA Initiative are allowed inside the compound, and that Sawyer and the rest of his group are "not DHARMA material." The rest of the group is assembled somewhere outside at late evening, where they are talking about their situation. Miles is concerned, but Juliet is confident that Sawyer can deal with Horace. She then points to the house she used to lived for more than 3 years. Miles questions her, if she was a member of the DHARMA-Initiative, which she denies. She mentions the Purge, which was also before her arrival on the Island. Daniel still seems to be confused, but then he sees a little girl whom he guesses to be young Charlotte. Afterwards, Sawyer and Horace meet them with Sawyer explaining to the group what he has achieved.

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Suddenly, the alarm sounds and everybody takes cover in their houses. The group is brought inside one of the houses where an armed woman is to look after them. As Sawyer and Juliet start to look out of a window, a man with a burning torch, revealed to be Richard Alpert, strolls into the middle of the compound. Horace goes to speak to him then returns and anxiously asks Sawyer and crew how well they buried the bodies. Sawyer goes outside, ignoring Horace's objections, and tells Richard that he is responsible for killing the two men, then asks him if they buried the bomb. He mentions Richard's meeting with Locke twenty years earlier and tells him that he and his people aren't with the Initiative, meaning that DHARMA's truce with with The Others hasn't been violated. After getting the story of what happened to his people, Richard tells Sawyer that they still require justice.

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Sawyer returns and tells Horace the Others want Paul's body. Horace and Sawyer go to talk to Amy, telling her that they'll face whatever they need to if she doesn't want to give up the body. She agrees to give it up but takes an ankh necklace from around her husband's neck first. As Sawyer leaves the room, Horace tells him that they can stay for two weeks, when the submarine is scheduled to return to the island.

At the dock by the submarine, Juliet tells Sawyer that Locke has already saved them, noting that the flashes have stopped and they are no longer sick, so there is no need to wait for him. She explains that she has been trying to get off the island for over three years, and that she intends to be on the submarine in the morning despite Sawyer convincing Horace otherwise. Sawyer, however, talks her into staying, initially for just two weeks until the next submarine trip.

1977 编辑

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In a security center at the Barracks, Jerry puts on some music (Tony Orlando and Dawn's "Candida"as appears in captions) and begins dancing with Rosie. Suddenly, Phil bursts in, angry that the two are neglecting the monitors and worried about what their boss, LaFleur, will say. Jerry attempts to calm Phil but then the two see someone on the monitors by the sonic fence. They identify the person as Horace who appears to be drunk and throwing lit dynamite into the forest. Despite their initial reluctance the pair run to one of the houses and wake LaFleur, the Head of Security, who turns out to be Sawyer. Sawyer collects Miles, also a security officer, and the two drive out to the sonic fence where they retrieve a passed out Horace. Sawyer takes the man back to his home, where Sawyer is greeted by Horace's wife Amy. As Sawyer explains what happened, Amy goes into labor.

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In the infirmary, the doctor informs Sawyer that the baby is in a breech position and a Caesarean section is needed. The doctor explains that pregnant women normally travel to the mainland when they are due to deliver and he is inexperienced with such an operation. Sawyer heads to the DHARMA motor pool, where Juliet, who is still on the island well beyond her initial two week promise to Sawyer, is working as a mechanic. Juliet initially objects, saying that she and Sawyer had "a deal," but ultimately agrees to do the procedure, even though the doctor is uncomfortable with the arrangement.

Outside the infirmary, Sawyer waits for news of the baby. Jin, who now speaks fluent English, shows up and reports that their grid searches continue, even though they still haven't found any of their people. Juliet emerges and joyously says that Amy gave birth to a boy.

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Later, a smiling Sawyer strolls through the Barracks and picks a flower. He returns to the house he now shares with Juliet, as she prepares dinner. He gives her the flower and tells her she was "amazing today." They declare their love for each other and share a kiss.

Horace wakes to find a bespectacled Sawyer watching over him. In a reversal of roles, Sawyer asks Horace how his head feels leaving Horace to respond "It hurts." Sawyer informs him that he missed the birth of his son and inquires about the fight between Horace and Amy that led Horace to pass out in a drunken stupor. Horace had found the ankh which had belonged to Paul among Amy's things, leading Horace to question Amy's love for him.
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Horace is unsure whether three years is enough time for Amy to get over Paul. Sawyer tells of his love for a girl with whom he had a shot but reluctantly lost his chance. She has been gone for three years and though he had difficulty forgetting her in the beginning, he finds now that he barely remembers her face. Sawyer states that three years is "absolutely" enough time to get over someone.

In the morning, Sawyer and Juliet are asleep in bed when they are awakened by a phone call. Jin is calling with urgent news, and as Sawyer gets dressed, he doesn't tell Juliet the nature of the emergency. He drives his blue DHARMA Jeep out to the North Valley alone and waits for Jin to arrive in a DHARMA van. They park their vehicles opposite one another and the van's passengers emerge: first Hurley, then Jack, and finally Kate. Sawyer is shocked to see his friends as he takes off his glasses in disbelief.


Trivia编辑

General编辑

  • LaFleur means "the flower" in French, and is a common Creole surname according to Sawyer.
  • Along with 第4季 第08集  and 第5季 第07集 , this is the third Lost episode which takes its title from a main character's pseudonym.
  • The amount of time that has passed, three years, matches between the time the Oceanic 6 spent off the Island, and the time those left behind spent on it.
  • Rosie is wearing a Geronimo Jackson shirt.
  • A fan-based joke revolving around Richard Alpert and "guyliner" is referenced in this episode by Sawyer who explains to Horace he was referring to his "buddy out there with the eyeliner". The joke has been debunked in interviews with the actor playing Richard (Nestor Carbonell), who has very dark eyelashes.
  • Paul's necklace is of an ankh, a popular Egyptian hieroglyph for fertility and eternal life. The giant statue also seems to carry an ankh in each hand.
  • The Other shot by Sawyer had a horseshoe tattoo on his upper right arm. This tattoo is popular with sailors, and horseshoes have also been considered a symbol of female fertility. The open ended side of the horseshoe represents the open womb of the woman.
  • Sawyer, when captured, tells Horace that he and his crew were looking for the Black Rock. The Black Rock carries dynamite that Rousseau, Jack, Kate, Leslie Arzt and others have used. Three years later, Horace is seen blowing up trees with dynamite.

Production notes编辑


Bloopers and continuity errors编辑

  • Daniel Faraday sees a young red-haired girl at the Dharma Initiative camp in 1974 whom he believes is Charlotte Staples Lewis. However, Ben, when reciting her biography (4x02) stated she was born July 2, 1979, approximately 5 years too late to be Charlotte if Ben's information from Michael was correct (a birthdate of 1969 would be closer if this girl is indeed a young Charlotte). It remains possible, however, that the girl was not Charlotte, and Daniel was mistaken due to his grief. It also remains possible that Ben's information was incorrect or Charlotte's own personal history is false due to her secret past on the island.
  • The Williams Cyclone pinball machine is visible in the corner of the Dharma rec room when Horace Goodspeed is questioning Sawyer in 1974. This model was not manufactured until 1988.
  • Tire tracks can be seen before the DHARMA van reached its parked position indicating a re-shot or pre-shot director placement.
  • Sawyer's beard noticeably changes between real and fake throughout the 1974 portions of the episode.
  • In the beginning of the episode, when Sawyer turns away from the two DHARMA guard saying "son of a bitch", he is wearing a white T-shirt; however, when he is zipping up his DHARMA jumpsuit while heading to the door, his T-shirt becomes green.
  • Jin's mustache, goatee and some bruises on his face are suddenly gone in the very first scene of the episode, even though he had a mustache, goatee and noticeable bruises at the end of 第5季 第05集  and during the recap at the beginning of this episode.


Recurring themes 编辑


Recurring themes in Lost
Black and whiteCar accidentsCharacter connectionsDeceptions and consDreamsEyesFate versus free willGood and bad peopleImprisonmentIsolationLife and deathMissing body partsNicknamesThe NumbersParent issuesPregnanciesRainRebirthRedemptionRelationshipsSacrificeSecretsTime
  • Amy gives birth. (Pregnancies)
  • Juliet successfully delivers the baby without letting the mother die. (Redemption)
  • Someone is playing chess in the barracks. (Games)  (Black and white)
  • Sawyer and the others lie about who they are and where they came from. (Deceptions and cons)  (Secrets)
  • Paul is killed. (Death)
  • Security was monitoring Polar Bears. (Animals)
  • Daniel sees a young Charlotte. (Children)  (Character connections)
  • Sawyer and Juliet are together. (Relationships)
  • Two of The Others are killed. (Death)
  • Daniel says "whatever happened happened". (Time)  (Fate versus free will)
  • The episode takes its name from an alias adopted by Sawyer. (Nicknames)
  • Sawyer refers to Charlotte as "Red", calls Daniel "Mad Scientist" and "Plato" or "Play Doh", and calls Miles "Mr. 'I Speak To Dead People'", "Bonzai", and "Enos". (Nicknames)
  • Sawyer the criminal becomes head of security. (Good and bad people)  (Redemption)  (Irony)
  • Once again, a character utters the phrase "wait, what?", this time Sawyer/LaFleur
  • The Number 3 is repeated throughout this episode. 3 years before, 3 years later, Juliet trying to get off the island for 3 years, Juliet lived in a barrack for over 3 years, Horace asks if 3 years is long enough to get over someone. (Numbers)
  • Juliet wears a scarf when fixing the Dharma van. (Black and white)
  • Juliet and Sawyer has a black and white telephone. (Black and white)



Storyline analysis 编辑

Lost剧情分析
A-Missions罪案经济领导O-Missions关系F-Missions敌对



Cultural references 编辑

Lost中涉及的文化
(只包括直接提及的)
艺术书籍汽车游戏电视和电影音乐哲学宗教和意识形态科学
  • The Ankh: The Egyptian hieroglyph is a symbol of eternal life and fertility. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest. The giant statue appears to be holding one in each hand but its arms are by its sides, not crossed over its chest. Paul's necklace was an ankh, which Amy takes from him after he dies. Amy later successfully gives birth on the Island. (Religion) (Pregnancies)
  • The Grateful Dead: Phil and Jerry, brownie eating 1970s hippies, seem to be references to Phil Lesh and Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead. Rosie may be a reference to the reoccurring symbol of roses in Grateful Dead songs and art. In the Grateful Dead "Ramble On Rose", the protagonist's name is Rose. The name of the band Grateful Dead has been attributed to this quote from the Egyptian Book of the Dead: "We now return our souls to the creator, as we stand on the edge of eternal darkness. Let our chant fill the void in order that others may know. In the land of the night the ship of the sun is drawn by the grateful dead." (Music)
  • Candida: This 1970 song by Tony Orlando and Dawn is playing in a DHARMA station while Jerry is dancing with Rosie. (Music)
  • Plato: Sawyer calls Daniel "Plato". Plato was a philosopher in ancient Greece. The "cave allegory" is a famous mythological account from his The Republic, and his "Timaeus" and "Critias" are the source of the story of Atlantis. (Philosophy)
  • The Dukes of Hazzard: Sawyer calls Miles "Enos", a reference to Roscoe P. Coltraine's deputy in The Dukes of Hazzard. (Movies and TV)
  • Coconut Telegraph: Sawyer says that Horace Goodspeed's drunken behavior will find its way out on the "coconut telegraph," referencing the content of the Jimmy Buffet song from the album of the same name.(Music)


Literary techniques编辑

Lost中的文学技巧
ComparativeIronyJuxtaposition
PlottingCliffhangerPlot twist
Stock Characters:  ArchetypeRedshirtUnseen character
Story:  FlashbacksFlashforwardsForeshadowingRegularly spoken phrasesSymbolismUnreliable narrator 
  • This episode is unique in its handling of time in two different ways. Firstly, while title cards have been used in the past to indicate times or places, this is the first episode which has used them for this purpose for both the present-day and flash segments. Moreover, while 第4季 第07集  utilized both a flashback and a flashforward separately, this episode was the first to have a story segment which was both a flashback and a flashforward. The 1977 scenes were a flashforward because they depicted events three years after the preceding episodes' on-Island storyline (continuing from the end of 第5季 第05集 ); they were also a flashback because they immediately preceded the events at the end of 第5季 第06集 . In a way, they were also present-day scenes because the final parts took place immediately after Jin finds Jack, Kate and Hurley in 第5季 第06集 . (Flashback)  (Flash forward)
  • In 1974, when Sawyer wakes up from the sonic fence incident, Horace asks him "How's your head?" and Sawyer replies, "It hurts." In 1977, when Horace wakes up from his drinking binge, Sawyer asks him "How's your head?" and Horace replies, "It hurts." (Juxtaposition)
  • Sawyer explains to Horace how he loved someone (Kate), but let her go. He says he doesn't remember her face anymore, and she's gone and never coming back. The next morning, however, Sawyer sees that Kate has returned to the island. (Irony)
  • Daniel sees a young Charlotte, as Charlotte said before she died. (Foreshadowing)
  • Sawyer says ' Mmm, somethin' smells good.' as he visits Juliet's house at the barracks. Sawyer says ' Coffee smells good ' as he goes near Kate and Claire at the barracks. 第4季 第04集 . (Regularly spoken phrases)
  • Sawyer, Juliet, Jin, Miles, and Daniel have been living a lie for three years, just as the Oceanic 6 have off of the island. (Irony)  (Juxtaposition)
  • Sawyer, the career criminal, is now head of security. (Irony)
  • In 第2季 第13集  Sawyer referred to himself as the "New Sheriff in Town". (Irony)  (Foreshadowing)
  • The Oceanic Six go back to the Island after three years in the outside world. Sawyer and his group meet them after living for three years with the DHARMA people. Considering that time flows differently in the Island and that those two stories ran parallel in different years (even decades), the time period could have been different in any of the two -- but they were the same.
  • Horace tells Sawyer he's not DHARMA material. Three years later Sawyer is head of Security. (Irony)(Juxtaposition)
  • Amy removes a necklace with an ankh, a hieroglyph meaning life, from her dead husband. (Symbolism) (Irony)
  • Sawyer picked the alias LaFleur, which means "the flower", to start this episode in his life; he gave a flower to Juliet just hours before Kate showed up, which might threaten this new life. (Symbolism)
  • Juliet delivered Horace's son, the person that brought Ben Linus to the Island whom was the one that brought Juliet to the Island to deliver babies. (Irony)
  • Sawyer, a professional con man, finds it better to tell the truth to Richard Alpert to prevent bloodshed. (Irony)  (Redemption)
  • Sawyer gives Juliet a flower and Juliet wears a blouse with flowers.(Symbolism)



Episode references编辑

  • Sawyer institutes a new con, referencing actual episodes from the Island's history to make his story more convincing:
  • A giant statue is seen by Miles, Sawyer, Jin and Juliet. A large four-toed foot, very likely part of the same statue, was previously seen by Jin, Sun and Sayid. (2x23)
  • Juliet mentions that she used to live in the barracks, and points out her house. (3x01)  (3x16)
  • Juliet agrees to stay on the Island with Sawyer for two weeks, but ends up staying three years. (3x16)
  • Sawyer speaks to Richard Alpert about the events that happened in 1954, including the bomb and the fact that he is waiting for John Locke to return. (5x03)
  • Daniel mentions Charlotte's death. (5x05)
  • Daniel sees a young Charlotte, as Charlotte said before she died. (5x05)
  • Sawyer jokes with Amy about Horace's drinking ending up on the Island's "coconut telegraph," similar to his joke to Hurley about revealing his food stash on the Island's "coconut internet." (2x14)
  • Daniel refers back to his analogy of comparing the island skipping through time to a spinning record. (5x01)
  • In 1977, Sawyer wears a new pair of glasses; he previously needed glasses for reading. (1x19)
  • As Chief of Security LaFleur Sawyer is "the new Sheriff in town." (2x13)
  • Horace said that they made a truce with the natives (2x11) (3x11)


  • When James arrives in his home, we see a bottle of DHARMA merlot. This is the same booze Kelvin Inman was drinking in the Swan. (2x23)
  • Sawyer is kept prisoner in the rec room, just like Kate, and later Sayid and Ben (3x15) (4x03)
  • The scene of Jin calling Sawyer about finding Jack and company is similar to the scene of Matthias and Henrik calling Penny about finding the Island. (2x23)


Unanswered questions编辑

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  • 究竟发生了什么使得四趾雕像只剩下了一只脚?
  • What is the nature of the truce between the DHARMA Initiative and the Others?
  • Richard是如何通过the sonic fence的?
  • 为什么the Others要拿走Paul的尸体?
  • 这三年中发生了什么事让Juliet,Miles,Faraday和Jin继续留在岛上?
  • Rose,Bernard和其他的815幸存者去哪了?
  • 既然Sawyer,Juliet,Jin,Miles和Faraday等人看上去似乎生活得还不错,为什么Oceanic 6一定要回来?
  • 那个红头发的小女孩是谁?
  • 是什么让Jack,Kate和Hurley回到了1977年?
    • 316飞机的残骸和上面的其他乘客处在什么时间?
  • 为什么唯独Sawyer的Dharma连体工作服上写着的是他假名的姓而不是名?
  • 看见完整雕像的那个瞬间是处在过去还是未来?


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