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Captain Gault

Captain Gault, the Captain of the Kahana, who may have met Naomi aboard the freighter, or perhaps previously.


Regina, a radio operator on the Kahana, who allegedly killed herself due to temporal displacement, but did not show any of the symptoms (nosebleed, consciousness lapse), and may have killed herself out of grief.

Russell Gray

Russell Gray, a deceased individual featured in "Some Like It Hoth", Naomi’s last appearance in the series, and the only character whose initials have been confirmed to be “R.G.”.


Redfern, a mercenary onboard the Kahana. who may have met Naomi aboard the freighter, or perhaps previously.


Ray, the doctor on the Kahana, who may have met Naomi aboard the freighter, or perhaps previously.

No one

R.G. is no one. The phrase on the bracelet is a code which identifies her to certain other members of her organization. We know the organization use codes, such as "Tell my sister I love her". Alternatively, the phrase on the bracelet is simply meaningless and a cover-up for the true meaning, and it's the bracelet itself that is important.

Jack's tattoo

The tattoo on Jacks back reads "R G" could there be a connection?

The Tattoo that reads "RG"

Biblical Naomi

Since the subplot was dropped, mystery behind the name and the bracelet as a whole is gone. One could surmise that the bracelet is a nod towards Naomi's biblical counterpart. In the bible, Naomi's sons and husband die and her-daughter-in-law, Ruth, refuses to leave her. Obviously, "R" would always be with "N". The "G" would have to be a surname.

We were supposed to find out, but the subplot was dropped

  • Originally, the identity of R.G. was supposed to be a mystery, due to the fact that several crew members on the Kahana had forenames starting with R (Ray, Regina) or surnames starting with G (Captain Gault). However, the subplot was ultimately deemed unimportant to the story and dropped.
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