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"Lighthouse" is the 5th episode of Season 6 of Lost and the 108th produced hour of the series as a whole. It was first broadcast on February 23, 2010. Hurley must convince Jack to accompany him on an unspecified mission, and Jin stumbles across an old friend.

Synopsis编辑

Previously on Lost编辑

  • The Oceanic flight lands and Jack is told that the coffin is lost. Jack explains the loss to Locke. (6x01)  (6x02)
  • The Others bring the survivors to the Temple and Sayid is immersed in the spring. When he revives, he says, "What happened?" Jack is given the poisonous pill for Sayid. Sayid is tested with the red-hot iron. Dogen tells Jack the darkness growing in Sayid also infected Jack's sister. (6x02)  (6x03)
  • Jin is caught in the animal trap and saved from being shot by Aldo when Claire shoots him. (6x03)

Flash-sideways timeline (2004)编辑

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Jack arrives from work at his apartment in Los Angeles. While changing his shirt he notices an appendectomy scar. His mother calls on the phone, asking for an update on the lost coffin, and Jack asks her about the scar. She tells him his appendix was removed when he was seven or eight after he collapsed at school. However, Jack doesn't seem to recall it, saying he "guesses" he remembers it. He also agrees to go to her home to help look for his father's will, which she cannot find because there are numerous papers in Christian's office. On noticing the time, Jack excuses himself, hangs up and leaves.

Jack drives to a school (St. Mary's Academy) where he picks up his son, David. Jack apologizes several times for being late but David is dissatisfied and impatient with Jack. At Jack's apartment there is an awkward conversation between Jack and David. Finding a copy of The Annotated Alice, Jack asks whether David is reading it but when Jack reminisces about reading the book to David when he was younger, David walks out.
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In the kitchen David asks why Jack wants to have a conversation with him as they only see each other once a month and he wants to "get through it." Margo Shephard calls, asking where Jack is and Jack leaves. Jack drives to his mother's large house where they search for the will. Margo Shephard offers Jack a drink which he refuses and she replies, "Good for you." She asks after David saying he was very upset at the funeral. Jack says that he was unaware of this as "communication is not one of [David's] strong suits." Jack explains that he didn't communicate well with his father as a child because he was terrified of him. Margo, mentioning that David might be terrified of Jack as well, suggests that he should ask his son.
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At last, Margo finds the will in an envelope and upon reading it asks Jack whether his father ever mentioned a Claire Littleton.

Jack arrives home with a pizza and drinks but David is not at home. Later Jack phones David and leaves a message that he is sorry if he did something to upset him. He explains that he is going to drive over to David's mother's house and asks David to wait there if he is already there. At David's mother's house Jack finds the key under a pottery rabbit and while looking goes to David's room. David is not here. Jack sees sheet music for Chopin's "Fantaisie Impromptu." He also notices photo booth shots of David with Jack which make him emotional.

Jack listens to two messages on the answering machine. The first is from the Conservatory confirming David's slot at 7:00pm on Friday the 24th.
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The other is a message from Jack in Sydney where Jack says that something happened and he "just needed to hear [David's] voice," causing Jack to tear up. Jack goes to the auditions at the Williams Conservatory. When he arrives David is playing Chopin's "Fantaisie Impromptu" on the piano. A boy says that David is a really good musician and as he leaves is hugged by his father. "They are too young to have this kind of pressure," says the man, as he turns and reveals himself as Dogen.
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Dogen says "it is hard to watch and be unable to help" and adds that David "has a gift." He then asks how long David has been playing, and Jack says that he does not know.

Jack waits for his son outside. David says that he made his mom promise not to tell Jack that he was still playing because Jack always made such a big deal of the piano playing. He says that he did not tell Jack about the audition because he did not want Jack to see him fail. Jack says that at David's age his father did not want to see him fail either and that he said that Jack "didn't have what it takes." Jack says he has carried that statement all his life and that he never wants David to feel that way. He also tells David that he loves him and that in his eyes David can never fail.

Original timeline (2007)编辑

Hurley and Jack编辑

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Jack is looking at his reflection in the pool in front of the Temple. Dogen joins him and says he was afraid that Jack had left. Jack asks whether leaving was an option to which Dogen replies that "everything is an option" but that if Jack did leave, he would have to stop him. He then asks Jack whether his friends are coming back. Jack says that they are probably not. The two men say how they appreciate each other's honesty.

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Jacob tinkers with the pool and directs Hurley to the kitchen.

Hurley and Miles draw a makeshift game of tic-tac-toe. Hurley asks Miles if he is hungry and goes to the pool to find food. In the temple he spots a man crouched by the pool and asks where the kitchen is. The man says "it is down the hallway, Hugo," whereupon Hurley realizes it is Jacob. Jacob tells Hurley that he needs him, that Hurley should get a pen to write a few things down and that someone is coming to the Island and he needs Hurley to help that someone find the island.

Outside the Temple, the Others look at Sayid suspiciously as he approaches Jack. He asks what Jack is hiding from him. Jack says The Others wanted Jack to kill Sayid with the pill, which was poison. Jack explains that whatever has happened to him has happened to someone else too, and Sayid asks who.

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Later, Dogen discovers Hurley, who now has detailed instructions written on his left arm, searching a hallway in the temple. Dogen orders Hurley to return to the temple's square but Jacob appears to Hurley and says he can do what he wants and instructs Hurley to tell Dogen he is a candidate. Hurley uncertainly asserts his status as a candidate and his right to do as he pleases. Dogen says something in Japanese to Hurley ("You're lucky that I have to protect you. Otherwise I'd have cut your head off."). After Dogen leaves, Jacob reminds Hurley that he has to bring Jack with him. Hurley is frustrated and doesn't believe he will be able to convince Jack to come and asks Jacob for suggestions on how to persuade Jack. Jacob only gives a wry smile.

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Hurley goes to Jack and uses a false drama of whispers and secrets to tell him of a secret tunnel and the mission from Jacob. When Jack declines to go, Hurley tells him that Jacob said that Jack "has what it takes." Jack is disbelieving as to what he just heard and demands to see Jacob. Jack is convinced to come when Hurley explains that although Jacob is "kind of dead" he is at the place they are going to. Hurley leads Jack out of the temple and as they walk along a stream Jack sees a backpack. It is Kate's and she points a gun at them until she realises who it is. She says Jin has gone back to the temple and that "Sawyer is on his own." Hurley briefly chimes in to tell Kate, "Hey Kate. There's a secret door to get back into the temple on the north wall behind the big tree." Kate says she's not going back to the Temple but she intends to find Claire. Jack says Claire is not at Beach Camp and that the Temple people said something happened to her. She remains determined to find her alone. As she leaves she says to Jack: "I hope you find what you are looking for".

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Hurley and Jack continue on their way. Hurley is naively sorry for wrecking Jack's game with Kate. Jack says that there was nothing left to wreck. Hurley wonders what went down between Jack and Kate but Jack explains he wasn't cut out for marriage and kids. Jack finds Shannon's inhaler, upon which Hurley and Jack realize they are at the caves. While there, Hurley speculates that Adam and Eve might be the remains of some of the 815 survivors who have been sent back in time. Jack tells Hurley of how he discovered the caves while chasing after his dead father. Jack looks at his father's broken coffin which Jack says he smashed because his father "wasn't in it."

Further along Hurley reflects that what they are doing is "old school": "trekking through the jungle on [their] way to do something they don't quite understand." Hurley asks why Jack came back to the island. Jack turns the question back on Hurley, who says that he came simply because Jacob told him to. Jack pauses and emotionally explains that he came back because he was "broken" and that he was stupid enough to think the Island could fix him.

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Finally, Hurley and Jack arrive at a five story brick tower: the Lighthouse. Surprised, Jack wonders why they hadn't noticed such a prominent structure on the island before, and Hurley muses that the reason may be that they never looked for it. Jack kicks in the door and they climb to the top, where they discover a wheel surrounding a fire bowl and a series of mirrors to reflect the firelight. Hurley says that they have to turn the wheel to heading 108, per Jacob. He begins to turn the wheel and asks Jack to tell him when it reaches that number.

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As Jack watches he sees scenes reflected in the mirrors and hundreds of names alongside the heading numbers which are written in Sharpie around the circumference. His name, "Shephard" is adjacent to the number 23 and is written more boldly than the rest. As he watches the mirror, Jack sees a reflection of oriental architecture in the mirror and tells Hurley to stop. He asks Hurley to look in the mirror, but all Hurley sees is the ocean behind them reflected. He then asks Hurley to turn the wheel to his number. Hurley refuses, trying to keep to Jacob's instructions, so Jack takes over and turns the wheel to 23. They see a reflection of Jack's childhood home. Jack speculates that Jacob has been watching all of them. Jack insistently says he wants Hurley to ask Jacob "right now" why Jacob has been watching him and why his name was written on the mechanism. Jack falls into a rage, wanting to know what Jacob wants from him, and furiously smashes the mirrors.

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Afterward, Hurley is sitting outside the Lighthouse. Jacob appears and Hurley apologizes for failing in his mission and that the plan for the people to find the Island is "totally screwed." Jacob is unperturbed, telling him the person will find another way. Jack is sitting some distance away, staring out to sea, and Hurley realizes that Jacob actually wanted Jack to see what was in the mirror. Jacob explains that it was the only way for Jack to see how important he is. Jacob also explains that Jack is here to do something. To get some people to do something you just tell them, but for people like Jack you need to "let them look out at the ocean for a little while." He also explains that he had to get them away from the Temple, because someone bad is about to arrive there. Hurley wants to warn the people at the temple but Jacob explains that it is already too late.

At Claire's hut编辑

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Claire checks to make sure that Aldo and Justin are dead and then frees Jin from the animal trap. She explains that she has been living in the jungle since the other survivors left the Island three years ago. She starts to help Jin but he passes out. Later at a rough camp where Jin has been brought, Jin discovers a cradle with a makeshift doll constructed from an animal carcass and fur. Claire soon returns with Justin in tow and alive. She indicates that she intends to torture Justin in order to find out where Aaron is. She ties him to a tree and goes to prepare to treat Jin's wounds. When Claire leaves the two men alone, Justin insists that Claire intends to kill them both and says that Jin must free him so that he can snap Claire's neck. Claire boils the medical equipment and sharpens an axe with a stone.

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Claire returns and treats Jin's wound and stitches the gashes. She explains that she hasn't been alone in the jungle but has a friend who has told her that The Others have Aaron. She also says her father told her The Others have Aaron. She doesn't reveal who her friend is but is keen to know that Jin is still her friend. She threatens Justin with the axe, demanding to know where Aaron is. Justin denies knowing anything about Aaron and says they captured her earlier because she was "picking our people off." She says that The Others at the Temple had stuck her with needles and branded her and shows Jin a nasty scar on her shoulder. Jin stops her from killing Justin by saying that Kate took Aaron off the Island. Claire appears mollified by this but eventually violently strikes Justin in the chest with the axe and kills him.

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Claire's friend smiles on arrival at Claire's camp.

Jin later lies to Claire, telling her that he was lying when he said that Kate was raising Aaron, for the hope that it might save Justin's life. He then tells Claire that she was right, that the Others did have Aaron, and he had actually seen him at the temple, but that she would need him to get to him. Claire says that this is good, because if Kate was raising Aaron she would kill her.

Locke then walks into Claire's shelter, asking if he is interrupting anything. A stunned Jin greets Locke with a doubtful "John?", but Claire corrects him: "That's not John, this is my friend." The Man in Black smiles warmly at Claire and Claire seems pleased at MiB's arrival.

Trivia编辑

General编辑

  • A blue waterbottle that Claire hands Jin to drink from has a DHARMA Initiative logo on it.
  • The poster in David's room has a concert dated December 19, which is the anniversary of The Purge.
    • The poster in question is for a band called Meat Coat. Such a band actually exists. They're from Sweden and are on MySpace [1]
      • Meat Coat were also the band Drive Shaft were to tour with had Liam not refused Charlie in The Moth.
  • The sign for David's recital reads "Welcome all Candidates."
  • The yellow folder that Jack's mother pulls out of the bookshelf has Arabic writing on it. The writing seems to be "يعقوب ٦٧٢". The word part reads as Ya'qub which is the Arabic version of the name Jacob and the number part either reads 672 which adds up to 15 .
  • This episode has many references to the Numbers. It also concerns outside references to the Numbers (i.e., not referenced in the episode itself): It was broadcast on February 23, 2010 (and concerns Jack, number 23 on Jacob's list); additionally, it is the 108th produced hour of the series as a whole, while the number 108 plays an important role in the plot.
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  • Dogen's response in Japanese to Hurley's right to do what he wants because "..[he] is a candidate." translates as, "You are lucky that you are protected. Because if you were not protected, I would cut your head off."

Production notes编辑

Bloopers and continuity errors编辑

  • During the conversation where Jacob tells Hurley that he has ink on his forehead, the ink is in a different position in one shot.
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  • There is a visual difference between the first floor of lighthouse (built as a prop) and the rest of the building (created as CGI). When Hugo and Jack get close to the lighthouse's door you can see their relatively long shadows, implying it is not near noon, compared to one cast by the lighthouse which should be much longer.
  • During the conversation between Dogen and Jack at the Temple the lighting changes unrealistically in one shot. The natural lighting (sunlight) was changing due to clouds so this was a continuity error.
  • The skeletons Adam and Eve were not placed side-by-side in their last appearance ("House of the Rising Sun"). Also, they were not in the same part of the Caves as Jack's father's coffin as shown in this episode.
    • It is possible the castaways placed the Skeletons side-by-side and moved them near the coffin but unlikely. More likely, this is a set error.
  • Inside the lighthouse, when Jack notices his name and tells Hurley to turn the mirror to 23 degrees, the needle is shown to have already passed 23 (going in an anti-clockwise direction). However, when Jack turns the mirror, the needle is shown to be approaching 23 in an anti-clockwise direction only a few seconds after he starts to turn it.
  • The symbol for the secret panel that Hurley pushes is upside down compared to the one on his arm.
  • Whenever we see Hurley or Jack pulling the chain in the lighthouse it appears old and rusty. When the camera pans up to the chain going over the pulley it is a brand new, shiny silver chain.

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
  • When Claire is tending to Jin's bear trap wound, she states that one of the jungle's killers is "infection." (Infection)
  • Jack is standing in the rain when Dogen approaches him. (Rain)
  • Jin and Justin are taken inside Claire's camp. (Imprisonment)
  • Jack and his son, David, do not get along. (Parent issues)
  • Jack's son David attends St. Mary's school (Religion)
  • Jack's son is named David, which has religious symbolism to the David who wrote the 23rd Psalm.(Religion)
  • Jack mentions the Red Sox to David. (Character Connections)
  • Justin is killed by Claire. (Life and Death)
  • Hurley was instructed by Jacob to turn the mirror of the lighthouse to 108 degrees. (Numbers)
  • The Lighthouse has 4 mirrors. (Numbers)
  • Jack instructs Hurley to turn the compass to 23 degrees. (Numbers)
  • Jin tells Claire that the Others have Aaron. (Deceptions and Cons)
  • Jacob tells Hugo that Jack will have to find "it" himself. (Fate versus free will)
  • Claire is friends with the Man in Black. (Relationships)
  • Claire states that if Kate was responsible for taking Aaron, she would have killed her. (Revenge)
  • Hurley calls Dogen "a samurai". (Nicknames)
  • In the flash-sideways timeline, Jack is told by Dogen that his son is "gifted" similar to when Juliet told Michael that Walt was "special". (Parent Issues)
  • Miles and Hurley play tic tac toe. (Games)
  • The numbers in Jack's truck's license plate (2SAQ321) add up to 8. (Numbers)
  • The hands on Jack's clock point to 51, 6, and 3. 51-6-3=42. 51 is also the Lighthouse number for Austen. (Numbers)
  • The numerical address for the home of David Shephard's mother is 233. It also adds up to 8. (Numbers)
  • There are 8 stamps on the envelope containing Christian's will. (Numbers)
  • David's phone number is 734-235-6787, which contains 42 and 23 melded together. 734 is also the area code for Ann Arbor, MI where Daniel Faraday was sent to work for the DHARMA Initiative. (Numbers)
  • In the flash-sideways timeline, Jack meets Dogen after David's piano performance. (Character connections)
  • In the caves, Jack tells Hurley he first found the caves not because he was looking for water, as he originally claimed in Season 1, but because he was looking for his father's ghost. Jack says he smashed the coffin because his father's body wasn't in it. (Secrets) (Missing body parts)
  • In the flash-sideways timeline, after reading Christian's will, Jack's mom asks Jack if he's ever heard of Claire Littleton. (Character connections)
  • In the flash-sideways timeline, Jack talks about the cats "Kitty", a black cat, and "Snowdrop", a white cat, from Lewis Carroll's book Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. (Black and White)
  • The piano David is playing has black and white keys. (Black and White)
  • The notes in Hurley's arm state that the tower is 4 stories tall and measures 88 ft. (Numbers)
  • A picture in Jack's apartment of him and his parents shows Christian in a completely white suit, Jack in a black suit with a white shirt, and Margo in a black dress. (Black and white)
  • 108 - Wallace, could be reference to Alfred Russel Wallace, British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist. Wallace introduced the idea of natural selection prior to Darwin. Wallace ended up a spiritualist in the end of his life and wrote that natural selection can't account for all the mathematical, artistic, musical genius, wit, humor, and the spirit present in mankind. Wallace wrote that the spirit had interceded in history to create life from inorganic matter, to introduce consciousness in higher animals, and give higher faculties to mankind. (Religion)
  • A lighthouse, by definition, brings light to darkness. (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
  • Hurley persuades Jack to follow him to the Lighthouse. (A-Missions)
  • In the flashsideways timeline, Jack is not only separated but also struggles with his relationship with his son. (Relationships)
  • Claire interrogates Justin to find the location of her baby. She eventually kills him because of how The Others treated her when she was captured by them. (Rivalries)
  • Jack says there is nothing left to wreck in his relationship with Kate. (Relationships)
  • Jacob wanted Hurley and Jack away from the Temple because someone bad is about to arrive there. (O-Missions)

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
  • Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back: Hurley compares Jacob to Obi-Wan Kenobi in regards to how, although dead, he appears when he chooses to do so. (Movies)
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: Hurley tells Dogen (as a cover) that he likes temples and all that Indiana Jones stuff. (Movies)
  • Alice in Wonderland: Jack's son, David, is reading an annotated version of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. Jack refers to Alice's two kittens, Kitty and Snowdrop, one black and one white. Jack also finds a key to his ex-wife's house hidden under a rabbit statue. Dogen's remark in Japanese about cutting off Hurley's head is analogous to the Queen of Hearts' sentence for Alice's perceived impudence. Hurley and Jack observe objects in another world, through the mirrors in the lighthouse, like Lewis Carrol's sequel to Alice, "Through the Looking Glass." (Books)
  • The Last Samurai: Hurley refers to Dogen as a samurai. The actor, Hiroyuki Sanada played a samurai in many films including The Last Samurai. (Movies)
  • Tic Tac Toe: Miles and Hurley are seen playing tic tac toe in the Temple grounds before Hurley tries to find some food inside the Temple. (Games)
  • Frédéric Chopin: Jack finds sheet music by the composer Frédéric Chopin on David's desk. The music is Fantaisie-Impromptu in C-Sharp Minor, the piece David performs at his audition. (Music)
    • This same piece was played by Faraday in ""
    • This episode was aired one day after Chopin's 200th birthday.
  • To the Lighthouse: Hurley and Jack's journey to the lighthouse may be an allusion to Virginia Woolf's 1927 book To the Lighthouse. Large parts of Woolf's novel investigate the means of perception, attempting to understand people in the act of looking. The previous episode alluded to another Woolf title, Jacob's Room. (Books)
  • The Shining: Claire, having lived in isolation and corrupted by an evil spirit, killed Justin with an axe to the chest. This is similar to the movie version of “The Shining” where Jack Torrance, having lived in virtual isolation in the Hotel Overlook and corrupted by the evil spirits within, kills Dick Halloran with an axe to the chest when he returns in an attempt to save the family from Jack’s madness. (Movies)
  • Red Sox: Jack sets up a TV in David's room so he can watch the Red Sox. (Games)
  • The Bible: Jack's son is David Shephard. David from the Bible was a shepherd and musician. One of his most famous songs is Psalm 23: "The Lord is my shepherd." (Religion)  (Christianity)
  • Lord of the Flies: Claire's animal carcass is similar to the boar's head that keeps company with and speaks to Simon, a character who also lost touch with reality. (Books)
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: There is a large poster of the Carl Jaeger's portrait of Ludwig van Beethoven, a virtuoso pianist and composer in David Shephard's room. [2] (Music)
  • The Who: There is a large black-and-white poster of the British band The Who in David Shephard's room. In The Who's Tommy, in the song "Smash the Mirror," Tommy is wakened from catatonia when his mother smashes the mirror into which he is staring. (Music)
  • Frequency: This film deals with a son traumatized by his father's death, contains parallel universe/time travel storylines. There is a character named "Jack Shepard". (Movies)
  • Stargate: The symbol of a circle on a footing that Hurley discovers engraved on the wall in the passageway of the temple (indicating a doorway) is the same as the stargate in the TV series.

Literary techniques编辑

Lost中的文学技巧
ComparativeIronyJuxtaposition
PlottingCliffhangerPlot twist
Stock Characters:  ArchetypeRedshirtUnseen character
Story:  FlashbacksFlashforwardsForeshadowingRegularly spoken phrasesSymbolismUnreliable narrator 
  • Jack comments on how he would make a horrible father when, in the flashsideways timeline, he is trying to be a great father. (Juxtaposition)
  • Claire, who was previously one of the few characters never to have exhibited any violent behavior seems now able to murder a person in cold blood and threatens to murder a friend. (Juxtaposition), (Irony)
  • Jack tells Hurley "Let's go see Jacob." (Regularly Spoken Phrases)
  • Despite having been killed, Jacob continues to have an effect on the Island's events. (Irony)
  • In the Lighthouse, Hurley says "Let's get started" (Regularly Spoken Phrases)
  • Claire is friends with The Man in Black, who used to be the survivors nemesis in the past. (Irony)
  • Claire questions Justin about, "My baby" and accuses the others of kidnapping him. (Regularly Spoken Phrases)
  • Claire, presumably infected by an evil force, tells Jin "one thing that will kill you is infection" (Irony)
  • Two lists are present on the island for the candidates, one in a 'light-house and another is in a dark cave. (Juxtaposition)

Episode references编辑

  • The sheet music in David Shepard's room, that he was also playing in his audition, was for Chopin's "Fantaisie-Impromptu" which was the piece young Daniel Faraday was playing in a fifth season flashback. (5x14)
  • Margo Shephard offers Jack a drink, which Jack declines, a reference to Jack's alcoholism from Season 3. (3x22-23)
  • Among the drinks in the Shephard's liquor collection is a bottle of MacCutcheon whiskey (3x08)
  • This episode, the fifth episode of the final season, contains several references to "White Rabbit", the fifth episode of the first season:
    • In order to motivate Jack, Jacob tells Hurley to tell Jack he "has what it takes." This motivates Jack because Christian once told Jack as a child that he didn't have what it takes. (1x05)
    • Jack explains to Hurley that he discovered the caves by following a vision of his dead father. (1x05)
    • David is reading an annotated edition of Alice in Wonderland. (1x05)
    • Jack finds the key to David's mother's house under a ceramic white rabbit. (1x05)
      • The key and the rabbit also reference "", in which Miles finds a key under a rabbit during the flashback.
  • Jack reminds David he used to read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to him when he was younger. In a Season 4 flash-forward, Jack reads the same story to Aaron. (4x10) Two of Jack's centric episodes are named after Alice stories. (1x05)  (3x22-23)
  • While traveling through the jungle to The Lighthouse with Jack, Hurley comments how their mission is "very old school" because they're "trekking through the jungle, on the way to do something that we don't quite understand." This is a reference to A-missions in multiple episodes from past seasons, particularly Seasons 1 and 2. Example episodes (that included Hurley and Jack) are "Numbers," "Exodus, Part 1" and "Exodus, Part 2," and "Live Together, Die Alone."
  • Hurley looks at and comments on the bodies of Adam and Eve. (1x06)
  • A poster on the wall of David's room advertises the band Meat Coat which is the band Charlie tells his brother they have a chance to open for in LA (1x07)
  • Jack finds Shannon's inhaler on the ground in front of the caves. (1x08)
    • This is likely also meant to serve as a payoff to the bit in the Comic-Con 2009 Q&A session where Jorge Garcia approached the mic and asked about what happened to Shannon's inhaler if Sawyer didn't take it, to which Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse simply wrote off as not being important enough to answer.
  • Hurley applies the same (conning) technique to convince Jack about going to the lighthouse that he used against Sawyer regarding his "banishment." (3x15)
  • Jack's appendectomy scar in the flash-sideways timeline parallels the scar he received from the same surgery Juliet performed on him on the Island. (4x10)
    • It also echoes the mysterious cut he found on his neck in the airplane restroom before landing in L.A. (6x01)
  • Claire explains that she knows that the Others have her baby because both her father and her "friend" told her that they took Aaron. Before meeting Jin, Claire was last seen with Christian Shephard. (4x11)
  • Jin tells Claire that Kate took Aaron off of the Island. (4x13-14)
  • Both Hurley and Jacob reference their meeting in the cab in Los Angeles. (5x17)
  • The church where Sawyer attended his parents' funeral is one of the buildings seen briefly in the mirrors of the lighthouse. (5x17)
  • The location where Jin and Sun were married and touched by Jacob can be seen in the mirror in the lighthouse. (5x17)
  • The dynamite at Claire's camp is from the Black Rock (1x24)
  • Claire's way of life, appearance and behavior mirrors those of Rousseau in many respects. She ties up and tortures an Other in her lair to find out where her child is, which is similar to Rousseau torturing Sayid, whom she mistook as an Other, to find Alex. (1x09) In each case, the torturer was wrong about an important fact: Rousseau was wrong about Sayid being an Other, and Claire was wrong about her child being held by The Others.
  • Claire tells Jin that The Others tortured her at The Temple and shows him her branding scar. Sayid experienced the same torture two episodes prior. (6x03)


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Original timeline编辑

Claire

Jacob

  • What is the "something" that Jacob says Jack has to do?
  • Why didn't Jacob think it was necessary to warn anyone else to leave the Temple?

The Lighthouse

  • Who built the lighthouse and when was it constructed?
  • How is the mirror able to reflect places off island?
  • How are the bearings associated with specific individuals?
  • Why is Kate's name crossed out on the cave wall, but not in the lighthouse?

Flash-sideways timeline编辑

  • Why doesn't Jack remember details from his life such as his appendectomy?
  • What did Christian Shephard leave to Claire in his will?
  • Who is David's mother?
    • Why are she and Jack separated?

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