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第6季 第2集,英文名為LA X, Part 2,是Lost第6季的第2集,也是整套劇集中的第105集。本集在2010年2月2日於美國首播。The aftermath from Juliet's detonation of the hydrogen bomb is revealed.

概要编辑

前情提要编辑

  • At the Statue of Taweret, Jacob and Jacob's nemesis talk. The nemesis, using the form of John Locke, tells Ben to kill Jacob. Ben submits and stabs Jacob twice, whose last words are "they're coming" before The Man in Black kicks him onto the fire. (5x16)
  • In 1977, Daniel Faraday tells Jack and Kate of his plan to stop the crash of Oceanic Flight 815 from ever happening by detonating Jughead at the construction site of The Swan. (5x14)
  • Sayid is shot by Roger Linus. At the construction site, Jack drops Jughead down the shaft. Electromagnetic energy sucks everything metal down it. Chains wrap around Juliet, and despite Sawyer's efforts to save her, she falls. At the bottom of the pit, she picks up a rock and hits Jughead 8 times before it detonates. (5x16)

閃邊時間線编辑

(See Differences between flash-sideways timeline and original timeline)

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At Los Angeles International Airport, Jack is paged to an Oceanic Airlines desk, where a company representative informs him that his father's coffin apparently was not put onto the plane in Sydney, and they are uncertain of its current location. Jack is clearly upset.

Jin and Sun attempt to go through customs and the officials are frustrated at their language barrier. They find the watch Jin is transporting, and, failing to understand it is a business gift, continue to search his bag. Finding a pouch containing stacks of undeclared cash, Inspector Smalley leads Jin away for questioning. Inspector Anne advises Sun (referring to her by her maiden name, Ms Paik) that if she knows some English and can explain it would clear things up, but Sun appears not to understand.

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Meanwhile Kate talks the marshal into letting her go to the bathroom, where she attempts to pick the handcuffs with a pen she pick pocketed from Jack during their encounter outside the lavatory. When the marshal discovers the spring to the pen on the floor, he demands she come out and Kate shoves open the bathroom stall door, knocking him down and causing him to hit his head on the sink, knocking him unconscious. Kate escapes with the marshal's gun, but is seen by two women who enter the restroom and call for help as Kate tells them that he had tried to attack her. Kate runs into an elevator, and finds Sawyer inside. Sawyer notices her handcuffed wrists, despite Kate's attempt at concealment with the marshal's coat Kate stole after knocking him unconscious. Ganson and Calhoun, two TSA employees, come on the elevator and are alerted there's been a security issue. Sawyer presumes Kate is involved, and the next time the elevator opens, Sawyer holds the door and says "ladies first" so that Kate can get away before the TSA employees realize who they're looking for. Once out of the elevator and in baggage claim, Kate notices airport employees looking for the marshal's attacker. Kate sneaks into an employee's only area. From there, Kate runs outside and tries to get a cab. She is told by an angry Neil "Frogurt" there is a line, and Kate gets in line behind Hurley. When Edward Mars sights her, Kate hops in the back of someone else's cab. When the cab driver says he already has a passenger, Kate pulls a gun on him and tells him to drive. Sitting beside Kate in the back seat of the cab is Claire.

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In an small Oceanic Airlines office, Jack speaks back and forth on the cell phone with his mother, who apparently has told Jack she had never wanted to hold the funeral that quickly (in two hours) and we hear Jack say he just wanted to get it over. Jack meets Locke, who is finishing up filling out paperwork on his case of knives, which the airline had also misplaced. Jack tells Locke Oceanic lost his father because they can't locate his coffin. Locke tells Jack Oceanic has no idea where Jack's dad is; the airline lost his dad's body, not his dad. Seemingly grateful to hear this perception of the ordeal, Jack notices Locke's condition and asks him about it. "My condition is irreversible," Locke says. "Nothing is irreversible," Jack replies. He offers him a free consultation, gives him his business card and holds the door open for Locke to wheel out.


原本時間線编辑

在神殿中编辑

The group leave for the Temple -- guided by Jin -- and leave Sawyer and Miles behind to bury Juliet. After she is buried, Sawyer orders Miles to communicate with her, in order to find out what important news she wanted to give him. After a brief commune with Juliet, during which engine and turbulence sounds from the Alternate 815 are heard, Miles tells Sawyer her message: "It worked."

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The remainder of the group make their way to the Temple. The group enters the temple via a hole at the base of the wall. Inside they find a skeleton missing an arm (Montand) and take the skeleton's book, a French copy of Søren Kierkegaard's Fear and Trembling. While making their way through the tunnels beneath the Temple, the survivors are captured one by one in the darkness by the Others. This group of Others take the captured group to the Temple proper, where they are introduced to Dogen, the Japanese leader of this particular group, who talks through his interpreter Lennon. Cindy informs her fellow Others that Hurley and crew were on Oceanic 815, as she was. She doesn't seem at all flustered when Dogen orders them to be shot. Hurley quickly tells Dogen that Jacob sent him and told him to bring the guitar case. The guitar case is opened, revealing a large wooden Ankh which Dogen promptly smashes. Hidden inside the ankh is a piece of paper. Dogen reads it and asks for each of their names. Hurley demands to know what the paper says and Lennon tells him that the Temple dwellers will all be in trouble if Sayid dies.

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The Others bring Sayid into the Temple, where a large spring bubbles in the center, Lennon comments that the spring is not running clearly. Dogen approaches the water, cuts his hand and then submerges it in the water, noting that the water did not heal it. After informing Jack that there are risks, Dogen orders his followers to submerge Sayid in the water and turns over a hourglass. As Sayid appears to be revived the Dogen refuses to lift him out of the water until the timer is finished. It soon appears that Sayid is drowning. Jack protests but when he tries to stop them he is prevented. After the last sand grains fall Sayid is lifted lifeless from the water. Dogen announces to the shocked group that "your friend is dead." He leaves the survivors alone to mourn Sayid. Later, Cindy enters along with Zach and Emma, the children from the tail section, bringing the survivors some food. Miles and an unconscious Sawyer are also brought to the Temple at this point, after being captured by Others in the jungle.

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Hurley visits Dogen, where it is revealed that he understands English, but refuses to speak it as he dislikes "the way it tastes on my tongue." After a brief conversation, Hurley reveals that Jacob is dead, which shocks Dogen and Lennon who rush out of the room. The two issue orders to the rest of the Others, who hurriedly pour lines of ash around the Temple, barricade the entrances, and launch a rocket flare. Lennon reveals that they are not keeping the survivors in, but rather keeping "him" out.

While waiting in the Temple spring room, Hurley and Miles sit near Sayid's body, as Hurley says goodbye to his friend. Sawyer awakens and affirms to Kate that he doesn't plan to kill Jack, because "he deserves to suffer on this rock just like the rest of us." Lennon enters and asks to speak with Jack in private, but Jack argues and scuffles with several of the Others. The fight is interrupted when all present are shocked to see Sayid sit up, very much alive. He pauses, confused, and says "What happened?"

At the statue编辑

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The Man in Black tells Ben he just wants to "go home."

Ben, noticeably shocked, finally manages to ask The Man in Black, "what are you?" He only answers that he's not a "what" but a "who." The Man in Black then tells Ben that John Locke was very confused when Ben killed him and his last thought was "I don't understand." As Ben grapples with these revelations, The Man in Black goes on explaining how sad and pathetic Locke's life was. He continues that Locke's only redeeming virtue was to have been the only one of the Oceanic 815 survivors not to want to go back to their worthless pre-Island life, but rather to stay on the Island. He finishes his speech to Ben by reflecting on the irony of this situation, because unlike Locke, he just wants to go "home."

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The flares from the Temple are seen from the beach as Ben and The Man in Black leave the statue. The remaining Others lift their guns to shoot at The Man in Black, but are promptly halted by Richard from taking action. Richard confronts The Man in Black, who responds to Richard that "it's good to see you out of those chains." Richard is stunned and replies "You?!," indicating some familiarity with who The Man in Black is. The Man in Black responds "Me," and knocks Richard out, hoisting him onto his shoulder. He turns to the rest of the Others, including Sun and Frank, and shouts angrily that he is "very disappointed with all of you," before making his way past the real John Locke's body.


Trivia编辑

General编辑

  • Claire, Shannon, Michael, Walt, Nikki, Paulo, Scott, Steve, Sullivan, and other characters from previous seasons known to be on board Oceanic 815 were not seen on the plane in the alternate timeline, although Shannon was referenced by Boone and Claire was seen in the cab Kate hijacked at LAX.
  • Desmond was seen by Jack to be on the flight, but he was not on it originally. In the original timeline he was on the island, working at the Swan Station. It's not known whether Desmond was actually on the flight as he appears and disappears with only Jack actually noticing him. Desmond is seen wearing a wedding ring.
  • Ana Lucia Cortez, Eko, and Libby who were in the tail section, were not shown to be on the flight.
  • When viewing the address shown on Jack's business card (8444 Wilshire Blvd) on Google Map's Street-View, you can see a film crew. It is not clear if this is a Lost-related shoot. The Street-View image at the intersection of Wilshire and Hamilton also appears to have been recorded at a different date than the surrounding four sections, as evidenced by the changing text on the nearby marquee and the disappearance of the crew. At this location, there is a bronze statue of John Wayne upon a white octagonal base that resembles a DHARMA Initiative logo on the Google satellite image. The oval structure next (downwards and left) to the statue resembles a submarine.
  • One of the Ankhs the four toed statue was holding is now visible to its right, underwater.
  • When Jack is successful in reviving Charlie on Flight 815, his first words are, "Am I alive?". This is the same message actor Dominic Monaghan had scrawled on his palm in black marker that he held up to the audience at Comic Con 2009.
  • The Police code "341" heard in the elevator is "Discharging Firearms".
  • The shark in front of the sunken four toed statue had a Dharma Logo on its tail.
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Production notes编辑

  • This is the first episode to begin the opening credits with "An ABC STUDIOS PRODUCTION". This is now becoming a standard for all ABC shows.
  • Unusually, there was no guest cast list given before the airing of the episode in the ABC press releases, to avoid spoiling the episode.
  • Emilie de Ravin (Claire) rejoins the main cast. Recurring guest stars Nestor Carbonell (Richard), Jeff Fahey (Frank) and Zuleikha Robinson (Ilana) are promoted to main cast.
  • While Henry Ian Cusick was not named a member of the main cast by ABC prior to the episode's airing, he is credited with them. He is credited during Part 2 in the separated episodes, making the situation non-episode specific and as peculiar as the case of Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro in season 3 (or Jeremy Davies, Ken Leung and Rebecca Mader in season 4), being deemed guest stars by ABC but regulars in the on-screen credits.
  • Emilie de Ravin (Claire) only appears in the second half of the premiere while Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond) only appears in the first.
  • This episode features three former regulars: Elizabeth Mitchell, Dominic Monaghan and Ian Somerhalder.
  • Greg Grunberg is heard as pilot Seth Norris. He recorded his voice over in L.A., where he films Heroes.[1]
  • Originally, Shannon was set to make an appearance, but Maggie Grace was unable to film any scenes due to her busy schedule. Thus, the backstory was rewritten to accommodate this. [2]
  • This is the first season premiere since the series pilot episode where every main credited cast member appears.
    • This is the first and likely final time that Jack, Kate, Locke, Sawyer, Sayid, Hurley, Jin, Sun, Claire, Boone, Desmond, Charlie, Ben, Juliet and Arzt have appeared in the same episode since season 3's "Exposé."
    • Jack and Kate are the only two characters to appear in every season premiere of the series.
    • This is the first season premiere since "" to feature Jin in a speaking role.
    • Claire appears for the first time outside of stock footage since Season 4's episode "第4季 第13集", after a 17 episode absence.
    • Cindy, Zach and Emma appear for the first time since the Season 3 episode "The Brig".
    • Claire and Desmond only appear in the alternate timeline, leaving Island Claire's status still unknown despite her rejoining the cast.
  • The flash sideways "whoosh" is different from the previous flashback sound. It bears a striking resemblance to the noise heard during the time flashes in Season 5, with hints of the noise heard when Juliet detonated Jughead.


Bloopers and continuity errors编辑

  • When Sayid is removed from the spring, his hair is soaking wet. Just a few seconds later, when he's being laid on the ground, his hair is much drier.
  • When Sayid is being taken down the steps in the temple to the water, a background extra removes the stretcher twice between shots.
  • Sayid's passport that is shown in this episode is Iranian, when Sayid is from Iraq.
  • When Sawyer finds Juliet at the Swan site, her hands move into various positions between shots, though she is obviously unconscious at the time.
  • Oceanic 815 is supposed to be a Boeing 777. The approaching scene showed a correct 777, however:
    • The sequence where you can see the landing gear on touch down shows four wheels on the main landing gear. A Boeing 777 has six wheels.
    • The plane approaching the gate has four engines (you can see the engine shadows). The actual plane at the gate is an Airbus A340.
  • When Charlie is being taken from the plane by policemen, he looks left to Jack and all the passengers are facing him. In the next image, Jack looks right, but all the passengers faced opposite.
  • Jack is carrying one side of the stretcher up until the time when Kate moves out of sight under the Temple wall. When Jack becomes concerned for her, he grabs the flashlight from Hurley and goes after Kate. However, he never set down his side of the stretcher or handed it off to anyone else.
  • When the plane shakes for a second time, footage from the previous storyline can be noticed as luggage starts to fall out of the overhead compartments, the next shot the luggage is no longer falling, and the latches of the compartments are still closed.
  • When Hurley and the others enter the tunnel under the Temple, after Hurley says "this is gonna be awesome", a can of soda can be seen on a ledge behind Kate's torch.
  • When Sawyer throws Miles over Juliet's grave to "talk to her", Miles' face is covered with dirt. In the next shot his face is clean.
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  • At 25:14 into LA X Part 1 when Hurley is backing up the DHARMA van to the hatch site, a Kino Flo Diva-Lite can be seen to the right of the van helping to light the scene.
  • In countries outside of the US, where this episode is broadcast as two separate episodes (i.e. two lots of credits) a scene change creates a continuity error in Part 2. The flash-sideways where Jack is called away from the customs queue to the courtesy desk is moved later into the episode so that it does not appear in the teaser. This means that Kate's flash-sideways scene at the customs desk is shown first, and she escapes shortly after. However, in Jack's scene Kate is still waiting in line with the Marshal and being directed to the desk, where her scene should continue from.
  • In the airport bathroom scene where Kate kicks out the door to knock out the Marshal you can see that the door to her stall has been modified so that the door opens outwards, however in the next shot you will see that all the other doors in the washroom open the normal way, inwards.

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
  • Juliet dies. (Life and Death)
  • Sayid dies and comes back to life. (Life and Death) (Rebirth)
  • Kate cares for Sawyer. (Relationships)
  • Charlie nearly dies from choking (i.e. he could not breathe), but is revived. (Life and Death) (Irony)
  • Sawyer threatens to kill Jack. (Revenge)
  • Sawyer calls Juliet "blondie." (Nicknames)
  • Sawyer calls Cindy "Earhart" on the plane. (Nicknames)
  • The scene with Kate on the tree opens with her eye. (Eyes)
  • Sawyer tells Hurley he shouldn't tell people he won the lottery because people will take advantage of him. (Deceptions and cons)
  • While Jacob's Nemesis explains his motivations to Ben, he leans infrequently back into the darkness and forward into the light cast by the hole in the roof of the statue base. (Black and White)
  • Kate comes across the corpse of Montand whose arm is missing. (Missing body parts)
  • Jacob's Nemesis speaks to Richard about being freed from his chains and to Bram's group that they are free now Jacob is dead. (Imprisonment)
  • Charlie says that he was "supposed to die". (Fate versus free will)
  • The secret hidden in the guitar case was an ankh which secretly contained a piece of paper. The ankh is a symbol of eternal life. (Secrets) (Religion) (Life and Death)
  • The monster kills Ilana's group. (Life and Death)
  • Jacob's Nemesis says he wants to "go home." (Imprisonment)
  • When they enter the hole in the wall, they find a book on the dead french man's body. (Books)
  • In the alternate reality where Oceanic 815 does not crash, many of the main characters past and present still make contact with each other. (Character connections)
  • Jack's father's coffin was lost and never landed in Los Angeles. (Parent Issues)
  • Locke explains to Jack that his condition is irreversible. Jack responds that nothing is irreversible and offers him a free consultation. (Fate versus free will)
  • Locke gives Boone a detailed description of a walkabout he never took. (Deceptions and cons)
  • Kate steals a pen from Jack, which she attempts to pick the lock on her handcuffs with. (Deceptions and cons)
  • Kate and Edward Mars go through security at LAX at a booth labeled 4F. (Numbers)

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
  • Kate attacks US Marshal Edward Mars. (Crimes)
  • Sawyer blames Jack for the death of Juliet and threatens to kill him. (Rivalries)
  • Charlie is arrested for bringing drugs on the plane. (Crimes)
  • Jin is revealed to be smuggling undeclared money into the US for unknown purposes. (Crimes)
  • Jack's decision to drop the bomb is questioned, particularly by Sawyer, and even by himself. (Leadership)


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
  • Earth X: The "X" in 'LA X' stands for an alternate reality. It is commonly used in comic books including Marvel Comics which have an alternate history/timeline called "Earth X". DC Comics also had two parallel earths with similar names, Earth-X, introduced in 1936, and Jimmy Olsen's Earth-X, introduced in 1966. (Books)
  • Haroun and the Sea of Stories: Desmond is reading this book by British Indian writer Salman Rushdie. "It is a phantasmagorical story set in a city so old and ruinous that it has forgotten its name". It is an allegorical story about a 10 year old boy in an imaginary world called "Kahani" and his father is the story teller. After his mother leaves his father, the father is unable to tell stories anymore. There is a water genie who controls the Ocean of the Stream of Stories. Haroun is the Arabic for Aaron. (Books)
  • Fear and Trembling: The book encountered in the Temple is "Fear and Trembling" (original title: Frygt og Bæven), an influential philosophical work by Danish philosopher, theologian, and psychologist Søren Kierkegaard, published in 1843 under the pseudonym Johannes de silentio (John the Silent). In the book, through alternative re-tellings of the Biblical story of the Binding of Isaac, Kierkegaard examines the role of faith and its relationship with morality and ethics. The title is a reference to a line from Philippians 2:12, "...continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling." (Books)
  • "Crocodile" Dundee: Boone compares Locke to the main character of this 1986 Australian comedy film set in the Australian Outback. (Movies)
  • Amelia Earhart: As Cindy rushes to the back of the plane with medical supplies for Charlie, Sawyer asks "What's goin' on back there, Earhart?" Amelia Earhart was the noted American aviation pioneer who went missing in 1937 during a circumnavigational flight of the globe over the central Pacific Ocean near Howland Island.
  • Kumbaya: As Sayid is taken out of the Dharma van and Hurley takes the guitar case out, Miles asks "Are we gonna sing Kumbaya on the way?" "Kumbaya" is an African-American spiritual song from the 1930s that enjoyed newfound popularity during the folk revival of the 1960s and became a standard campfire song in nature-oriented organizations. More recently it is cited or alluded to in sarcastic or cynical ways. (Music)
  • The X-Files: When Bernard returns from the lavatory, Rose flips over the fictional magazine she has been reading, Weekly Woodsman, to reveal an advertisement for Morley Cigarettes featuring the phrase, "The truth is out there..." accompanied by a picture of a UFO. The Smoking Man character notably smoked Morleys, and the phrase, along with a similar picture, was often seen on a poster hanging in Fox Mulder's office. It was also featured in a season 4 episode of Supernatural, a show that also features Mark Pellegrino. (Movies and TV)

Literary techniques编辑

Lost中的文学技巧
ComparativeIronyJuxtaposition
PlottingCliffhangerPlot twist
Stock Characters:  ArchetypeRedshirtUnseen character
Story:  FlashbacksFlashforwardsForeshadowingRegularly spoken phrasesSymbolismUnreliable narrator 
  • At Comic-Con 2009, Damon and Carlton promised that a new device would be introduced. This appears to be the "flash sideways" (as Carlton Cuse calls them[3]) to a timeline where flight 815 never crashed, introduced in this episode. (Flash-sideways)
  • In the alternate timeline, Boone tells Locke "If this thing goes down, I'm with you." In the original timeline, this led to his death. (Irony)
  • In the alternate timeline, Jack offers John Locke help with his disability and shakes his hand. (Irony) (Juxtaposition)
  • On the alternate Flight 815, a calm Rose reassures a nervous Jack. Rose says "You can let go now," a substitute for the original "I'm letting you off the hook." (Irony)
  • On the original Flight 815, it was Jack who reassured Rose that turbulence was normal. In the flash-sideways, their roles are reversed. (Juxtaposition)
  • In the parallel timeline, Hurley now has good luck as a result of winning the lottery. (Juxtaposition)
  • On the flight, Sawyer, who is a conman in the original timeline, warns Hurley that people will take advantage of him if he tells them he won the lottery. (Irony)
  • Ben was healed at the temple after Sayid shot him. Now Sayid is healed in the pool after he has been shot by Ben's father. (Irony) (Juxtaposition)
  • Boone asks Locke if he's just "pulling his leg." Boone seems to be unaware that Locke cannot walk. Meanwhile, the injuries to Boone's leg, indirectly caused by Locke, contributed to Boone's death on the island. (Irony)
  • A character named Bram is killed by being impaled by wood, like how a vampire is killed by a stake. (Irony)
  • "Locke" is revealed to be the Smoke Monster, who is one and the same with Jacob's nemesis. (Plot twist)
  • Sayid is revealed to have survived his treatment by the Others, despite the initial suggestion of his death. (Plot twist)
  • In order to be brought to life, Sayid must be fully immersed in water in a scene that looks in some ways like a Christian baptism. Since water in baptism represents purification from sin, the dirty water might suggest that he hasn't been fully cured of what ails him. (Symbolism)
  • Charlie says he was supposed to die. So although it is an alternate reality the notion of destiny is still intact. Desmond attempted to save Charlie multiple times and failed and ultimately Charlie resigned to the fact that he must die. In this alternate reality Charlie references this same theme.
  • Jack tells Locke that "nothing is irreversible". Jack seems to be unaware that he himself managed to change the course of time, even if in an alternative timeline. (Irony)
  • In the parallel timeline, Jack is shown to be the man of faith (nothing is irreversible), while Locke is the man of science (his condition is irreversible). (Juxtaposition)
  • The apparent motivation behind Jacob's Nemesis actions is to go back "home". To do so, he took the guise of John Locke, who wanted to remain in the Island and never go back. (Irony)
  • Hurley believes the deceased Jacob to be alive when he walks out of the jungle, whereas the the last time they met he believed the still living Jacob to be dead. (Irony)
  • Jacob confirms that Hurley does see and talk with the dead and that this ability is not related to any mental illness. (Irony)


Episode references编辑

  • The first episode of season 1 and 6 starts from Jack's POV. (1x01)
  • The way in which Miles happens upon Kate in the jungle and how she tackles him to the ground is similar to how Charlie found Kate in the very first episode after running from the Monster. (1x01)
  • Jack asks for a pen to save someone who isn't breathing. (1x01)
  • US Marshal Edward Mars gets hit in the head (again). (1x01)
  • The opening both parallels the opening in "" and "" It takes place at the exact same time as both events, and the barracks are also seen in both. (1x01)  (3x01)
  • Rose tells Jack her husband is in the bathroom and tells Jack not to worry about the turbulence. (1x01)
  • Jack's attempt to save Sayid mirrors his attempt to save Charlie. (1x11)
  • Jack saves Charlie from suffocation. (1x11)
  • Boone mentions Shannon's troubled relationship. (1x13)
  • Jin is stopped at customs for carrying the watch and money that Mr. Paik gave him. (1x17)
  • The scene where the plane lands is very similar in style to the scene where the plane takes off. (1x24)
  • When Sawyer climbs through the rubble of the Swan station, he pushes aside an exercise bike. (2x01)
  • Jack explores a dark, dank, underground hallway with a flashlight to try to find Kate, who has been taken captive by mysterious people. (2x01)
  • Jack and Desmond wonder have they met before Oceanic Flight 815. (2x01)
  • In the scene where the Island is underwater, a shark with the DHARMA logo can be seen swimming past. (2x02)
  • Kate's hearing is affected by a big explosion, similar to Charlie's after-effects of the dynamite going off in the Hatch. (2x23)
  • Ash is used to provide protection against the smoke monster and was seen surrounding Jacob's cabin when approached by Ben and Locke, and the Ajira air group. (3x20)  (5x16)
  • Charlie says that he was "supposed to die." (3x22)
  • When Sayid was revived in in Season 5 he also said "What Happened". (5x02)
  • Jacob references Jin's meeting at the Temple with the French team. (5x05)
  • Jack gives up on saving Sayid relatively quickly in comparison to Charlie in Season 1, which emphasizes Jack's recent choice to let the Island fix things, and that he is done fixing things himself. (5x11)
  • In healing young Ben at the Temple in 1977, Richard notes that Ben will not remember what happened, that he would lose his innocence and would always be "one of us." (5x11)
  • Hurley gives the Others the guitar case he received from Jacob. (5x16)


Unanswered questions编辑

未解決的謎題
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  2. 提出問題時請不要暗示答案
如對以下的未解決謎題有任何推論,請到理論頁面去討論

Parallel timeline编辑

General

  • How does this new timeline differ from the original version of events?
    • What are the causes of these changes?

Flight 815

  • What is the significance of the blood on Jack's neck?
  • How did Desmond end up on Flight 815, and where did he go?
  • Why does Charlie say he was "supposed to die"?
  • Why is the unmarried Sun traveling with Jin?

LAX

Original timeline编辑

General

  • What happened when the Jughead detonated in 1977?
  • After her death, why does Juliet tell Miles "it worked"?

The Temple

  • Why did Jacob indicate the Others are in trouble if Sayid dies?
  • Why did the spring change color?
  • What is the nature of the spring?
    • What are the "risks" associated with the spring that Dogen mentions?
    • Why do individuals need to be forcibly submerged in the spring for a set period of time?
  • Why do the Others think that Jacob's nemesis is coming to the Temple?
  • What do the flares signal?
  • Why did it take Sayid so long to revive?

Jacob's Nemesis

  • Why is he disappointed with the Others?
  • Why does he want to go home?
    • Where is his home?
  • What is Richard Alpert's connection with Jacob's nemesis?
    • What chains was Richard in?

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