If only they kept her character, she proved valuable in translating for Jin while Sun is away from the island...—The preceding unsigned comment was added by LAnder (talkcontribs) .

  • But Jin doesn't need a translator most of the time.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 21:28, 13 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Regarding the unanwsered question about this subject, wouldn't a cultural anthropologist be required to learn some sort of language(s) during their formation ? Is this really a major mystery ? --LeoChris 04:58, 24 May 2009 (UTC)

Daniel Faraday’s Daughter?

With the events up to Jughead, we only hear Daniel Faraday say that he “is in love with” Charlotte, stated under pressure to convince Richard Alpert he won’t detonate the H-bomb, and hurt her. Further, Daniel and Charlotte haven’t kissed. Then Ellie wonders why Daniel stares at her, and she remarks that isn’t very becoming after professing his love for Charlotte (BTW: how did she know this) to which Daniel admits that he’s not romantic… Then there are the “I won’t let you get hurt” and “I’ll take care of you” lines Daniel says to her. Daniel’s concern for Charlotte seems more and more like that of a father, especially when she collapses and he runs to her “in obvious distress and fear” more as a dad protecting his child, and less of a devastated lover. If true, could Ellie be Charlotte’s mother, or even Grandmother? --Talkster 05:29, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Ellie was standing right in the room when Daniel professed his love for Charlotte Integrated (User / Talk) 09:57, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

Far Fetched? Daniel seems to care a lot about Charlotte, not in a paternal way, but a very close friend sort of way. As we heard in the last season ( Season 4, episode 10 ), Dan likes her, and she likes him. Just because they haven't actually kissed or had sex doesn't mean there is something else going on. Dan seemed genuinely upset when Charlotte died, and if you watched this video [1] you can hear him in the background. He sounds different, hopeless and slightly depressed. Like the only friend he had in the entire world just died. And I doubt that he would hook up with her mother after that. He knows if he does something like that, it could seriously mess up things in time. And Charlotte remembers her father, and that they left the Island without him. She remembers Daniel as this "Crazy Man", not as her father. Thusly; he is NOT her father. This theory will be disproved within the next couple of episodes.

One or two names?

Are we sure that it is Charlotte Lewis? Because there's a Lewis as well, and that's a man. Maybe it's just two first names?

I'm assuming they are following the same pattern as for Matthew Abbadon. I'm also unsure if that Lewis would warrent a clue. I may have acted too quickly in creating the article though. Dharmatel4
I agree, it may be jumping the gun here, as it is only a clue; we don't know what the clue could mean, exactly. I'm not sure what the rules/guidelines are for creating new character articles; i.e. do they have to be announced officially? I'm guessing the Matthew Abbadon article was created from a combination of spoiler info and the clues having "confirmed" that spoiler info. Incidentally, with regard to the clues that were given, "Matthew" and "Abbadon" were separate clues from and Yahoo!7, whereas "Charlotte Lewis" was a single clue from Yahoo!7. So I do think that yes, probably it will be a character, but that perhaps we should wait until there is more information to confirm that. -- Graft   talk   contributions  12:55, 17 January 2008 (PST)
The press release for 4x02 confirms the Charlotte character, but not the last name. The article could be renamed to something else but I'm not sure what. Charlotte alone clashes with another charlotte and the most obvious other word to use would be a spoiler. Dharmatel4 17:28, 18 January 2008 (PST)

There are two characters in upcoming episodes: Charlotte and Lewis. I'm 98% sure Lewis is not Charlotte's last name.

"Her name is Charlotte Lewis... Charlotte Staples-Lewis, born July 2, 1979, Essex, England." - Direct from Ben's mouth  Plkrtn  talk  contribs  email  10:02, 8 February 2008 (PST)

Possibly significant: Charlotte Staples-Lewis = C.S. Lewis? --Redheadguy719 14:15, 9 February 2008 (PST)
  • Charlotte Staples Lewis is certainly a reference to Clive Staples (C.S.) Lewis, but I doubt that it has any further significance than do the names of John Locke, (Danielle) Rousseau, (Desmond) David Hume etc.


Is there a better picture we can get? Beause the one we have looks terrible! --James W. 21:26, 7 February 2008 (PST)

Gah...couldn't agree more. Hopefully as the season progresses something better will become available. I'll keep an eye out - what are the criteria for character pictures anyway? --Chester Kilburn 09:17, 14 February 2008 (PST)
I believe it has to be a promo still or a episodic photo from the show. I'm crossing my fingers that our three new freighter regulars get official promo pictures taken and released... like really bad. --Alexisfan07 19 February 2008

The Susan B Anthony Dollar?

What the hec does this have to do with anything? Do we have to include every random piece of information as trivia? Unless someone can point out how this is relevant and/or interesting.


Why does Ben knows about the life of Charlotte?

Wasn't that answered in 4x02? Ben might have lied about his source, but that doesn't legitimate the question, does it? --MacCutcheon 11:03, 8 February 2008 (PST)

Is there any relationship between Charlotte Lewis and Charlotte Malkin?

Definitely.(Myscrnnm 16:36, 3 March 2008 (PST))

How does she not have any recollection of Miles, Jin, Juliet or Sawyer from her childhood upon meeting them in 2004?

She left the island at a fairly young age. She would've been to young to remember the faces of a few people who weren't even a big part of her life at that age. SugarHighArmadillo 22:23, 6 May 2009 (UTC)


Heh. Charlotte is from Essex, England and Daniel is from Essex, Massachusetts? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Meteor (talkcontribs) 2008-02-10T15:19:00.

Well, both are kind of university towns as far as i know, and both are scientists, as far as we know, so it doesn't seem that kind of a big coincidence, or at least is believable. Maybe. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by PTusa (talkcontribs) 2008-02-13T10:02:16.

"Essex, England" is not a town, it's a county in England, UK. We know that Charlotte is from Essex, England, but we don't know from what town in Essex, England. Also, there is a university called University of Essex, located in a town called Colchester, in Essex, England, UK, but you can't really say that Colchester is a main University town. The University of Essex isn't precisely old, as it was founded in the 60's. So, there are a lot of mistakes in the previous statements. Essex, England is not a town, and there is no major university town in Essex, England. So the fact that Charlotte is from Essex, England, and that Daniel has been in Essex, Massachusetts, is only a coincidence, and nothing more can be read into that. Also, I would like to say that we do not really know that Daniel is from Essex, Massachusetts, as Meteor affirms above, do we? I mean, all we know is that he has been there, but we also know that he has been in Oxford, so he could be from either place, or from some other entirely different place. --Salvora 08:12, 7 May 2008 (PDT)

People from Essex are not generally known for their academic acumen. What's the US equivalent of an Essex girl joke?--TechNic|talk|conts 08:29, 7 May 2008 (PDT)

Ben says that Charlotte spent time at the University of Kent. Kent is a completely separate English county from Essex, and this would seemingly disassociate Charlotte from any academic connection to Essex. Her connection to Essex, England can be inferred merely as the county in which she grew up after leaving the Island.

Was Kristen Bell supposed to play Charlotte?

Remember when the producers tried to get Kristen Bell to play a new character this season? But since she didn't want to move to Hawaii she took a role on Heroes instead? Does anyone know what role she was supposed to play? Was it Charlotte? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Voodoo (talkcontribs) 2008-02-12T00:44:17.

There were rumors to that effect in August. But it was never confirmed as far as I know that she was even approached. She signed on with heroes right after the rumors started and its possible to read in all sorts of things that might have been happening resulting in the rumors. Dharmatel4 22:16, 11 February 2008 (PST)
According to this article [2] she had been talked to about it, but was never actually offered the role. I've fixed the article in relation to this. ObsidianOps 20:49, 20 February 2008 (PST)

Not a Ph.D.

One of the many quirks about Oxford is that the research doctorate degree is called a D.Phil., not a Ph.D.--ukexpat 10:52, 6 May 2008 (PDT)

But that's just another abbreviation for the same thing, right? Is the long form of the title any different? --     c      blacxthornE      t     12:30, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
Blackthorne: it's the same thing, it's only a different title. At any rate, this is something that most people wouldn't know, and we heard that she had a PhD from Ben, who is American, so it makes sense that he said she got a PhD. And it may be not accurate usage, but it amounts to the same thing.--Salvora 15:57, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
D. Phil. = "Doctor of Philosophy", while Ph.D. = "Philosophy Doctor."--Salvora 17:19, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
Actually, "Ph.D." is an abbreviation of the Latin for "Doctor of Philosophy". They're the same thing. Robert K S (talk) 18:38, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
Yes, they are essentially they same thing, but it is wrong to call a doctorate from Oxford a PhD because it isn't. Oxford award D.Phils, not PhDs. I have friends with D.Phils who will get very shirty if it's referred to as a PhD as they feel (probably somewhat arrogantly) that it undermines that their doctorate is from one the top universities of the world. It is certainly a blooper - Not one of any consequence, but a blooper nonetheless. It probably merits a mention in the trivia section. Oh, and even if it was a PhD, in the UK it wouldn't be spelt with the dot (PhD, not Ph.D).--TechNic|talk|conts 20:03, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
Correct, Philosophiae Doctor--ukexpat 21:18, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
So it is exactly the same thing, no matter what the language is. I mean the abbreviation for doctor is "Dr.", but if it were, say, "Doc." in a specific region, and if someone said that one of the characters of the show is Doc. Shephard, it wouldn't be wrong. At all. I don't really care if the title's from Oxford or not, if the term I use exactly fits the title, I will use that. It does merit a mention in the trivia section, but I don't see it as a blooper.--     c      blacxthornE      t     21:38, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
Well no, it isn't exactly the same thing. I don't know how I explain it without repeating myself. Just as you can't buy a Whopper from MacDonald's or a Big Mac from Burger King, you can't get a PhD from Oxford - despite both being pretty much the same thing. It's a cultural blooper that jars slightly for people from the referenced culture. It would be like if we saw Jack writing a note about the "colour of the neighbouring theatre". It would make sense, but just wouldn't ring true.--TechNic|talk|conts 22:21, 6 May 2008 (PDT)
I don't know exactly how you define what a blooper is. I understand the point that Charlotte is not a Ph.D. but a D.Phil. That's fine with me. The point is: it was Ben, who said so. So, if it's anybody's blooper, that is Ben's blooper. Truly: the reality is that most people in this world won't know there is a difference between the two things, and Ben being American, it makes sense he said Ph.D., or at least, it makes sense that he didn't know there is a difference. So I don't think it's clearly a blooper. Or at least, not a blooper made by the creators, but a common mistake that could be made by anyone.--Salvora 07:16, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
It's really insignifiacant. I just wanted to point out it is a minor error. We should continue to refer to it as a PhD in the article, but include a triva note along the lines of "Because Charlotte studied for her doctorate at Oxford, it would be a D.Phil rather than a PhD as stated by Ben in "Confirmed Dead""--TechNic|talk|conts 07:55, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
I agree to that. --Salvora 08:14, 7 May 2008 (PDT)
Jolly good. Done. :-) --TechNic|talk|conts 08:22, 7 May 2008 (PDT)

Sorry to return to this, but as I changed the references to Daniel's DPhil yesterday I thought I'd clarify: a DPhil and a PhD are essentially the same thing, but at Oxford it is always a DPhil, so within the show I think we can believe that Ben made a mistake (or perhaps Michael made the mistake when passing on the information he got from Charlotte on the Freighter (eg Michael: "A DPhil? What's that?" - Charlotte: "Same as a PhD"), but unless the archaic rules of Oxford have somehow changed for the universe of Lost (including the graduation ceremony rules to allow black ties instead of white bow ties!), we can safely assume that Charlotte was awarded a DPhil.ElessarTom 07:22, April 27, 2010 (UTC)

Pictures link

Can someone put up a link to all the pictures containing Charlotte? I would do it but i don't really know how... —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 01lander (talkcontribs) .--User:01lander/sig 06:21, 15 May 2008 (PDT)

That's because i had to make a link you idiot. --User:01lander/sig 06:21, 24 May 2008 (PDT)

Okay. That unfriendly tone is not tolerated by Lostpedia, 01lander. Do not call people names on here again. See Lostpedia:No personal attacks. -- Sam McPherson  T  C  E  08:58, 24 May 2008 (PDT)

Hahahahahahahahahahaha --User:01lander/sig

  • In addition to avoiding personal attacks, please try not to replace people's signatures with the unsigned template either, as you did here; editing comments of others, including their signatures, is against policy. And if you want to give a link to a category, all you have to do is put a ":" (without the quotation marks) before the word Category when you link it, like this: [[:Category:Images of Charlotte Lewis]]. It's ironic that you call me an idiot for helping you, and showing you how you can "make a link" above, by giving you a link to it.--     c      blacxthornE      t     11:35, 27 May 2008 (PDT)

I don't see any irony, seeing as I made a link on the page myself... User:01lander/sig


The article states that Rebecca doesn't have an English accent; however, this contradicts the actress' article, which indicates that the producers made Charlotte British specifically because of her accent. Also, this interview suggests she DOES have an accent. Would anyone mind if I just removed that point from this article? Zegota 12:52, 30 May 2008 (PDT)

Season 5 Status

Charlotte is apparently not going to be a main character in Season 5. This is contradicted with her appearance in the promotional material however... Does anyone have any information in regards to this? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 01lander (talkcontribs) .

  • Information about this is available, however, cast details are against the spoiler policy, so they will not be published until the start of Season 5.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Blue eagle islander (talkcontribs) .
  • Note that the ABC medianet press release for "Jughead" states Rebecca Mader as a guest star, not as one of the main cast.Mr.AFAN 20:46, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
She's dead Ldude893 00:10, 13 February 2009 (UTC)

New Photo

Should her main photo be changed to this one?

  • No. That image was confirmed to be a fan-made set taken from the main poster and so, in essence, is fan art. I do think we should change her picture to one with a grey background so to match everyone else (it's just one of those things I' picky about) (Jamie-0408 15:33, 15 January 2009 (UTC))

Charlotte Malkin?

How do we know that Charlotte Lewis isn't lying about her last name? She could be Charlotte Malkin, from season 2. --Return77 03:09, 27 January 2009 (UTC)

No. They look completely different -- and they're different actresses..... -- CTS  Talk   Contribs 03:39, 27 January 2009 (UTC)

Birth date

Charlotte is born July 2, which is the date of death of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who Danielle Rousseau is named after.

Born on island?

I removed the statement that Charlotte was born on the island, I don't think she said that, only that she had grown up on the island. Also I thought all babies conceived on the island died, so maybe she was conceived elsewhere or was born before babies started dying at birth. --Fxer 19:59, 12 February 2009 (UTC)


Charlotte was about thirteen and one-half years old at the time of the Purge.

  • Were she and her mother evacuated because the coming Purge?
  • Were she and her mother evicted after the Purge?
  • Does that mean DHARMA knew the Purge was coming but decided to stand its ground?
  • Does it mean that the "crazy" man was an Other who told selected people about the threat?
  • Does it mean that the Others' security was not as good as they thought?


Does anyone else feel like Lost just won't be the same without Charlotte? I think of this as on par with Charlie's death. It's devastating (ok I know I'm being dramatic). I hate to think that Penny could be next. Is there a thing about killing off all potentially successful relationships (Charlie & Claire, Hurley & Libby, Charlotte & Daniel) Next it will be Desmond & Penny and then I'll be too depressed to watch any more! But since I think the show has to end happily, I'm counting on our uniquely and miraculously special Brotha Desmond to go back and change things so we get more than just sadness and disappointment.--NotAnOther 11:18, 16 February 2009 (UTC)

I actually couldn't stand her, but that ep made her so much more interesting, especially with the her meeting Faraday as a child.--LostCat 15:34, 16 February 2009 (UTC)

Are we sure she is really dead? I mean obviously it appears so, but there have been numerous occurrences where it was a believed that characters had died and were still alive. Remember when Locke threw that knife at Naomi? She survived, not to mention Mikhail Bakunin, who survived being shoved through the sonic fence by the barracks. I realize its probably unlikely, I just cannot stand how lost makes characters who I originally don't like interesting and then kill them off. Possibly my only pet peeve of the show.--Indigodingo56 14:59, 22 February 2009 (UTC)

As far as we could tell from the symptoms she was showing, (nosebleeds, red eyes) Charlotte would appear to have been suffering from the same kind of "time sickness" as George from the freighter. Sure, I guess someone could say that maybe he wasn't really dead either, but that sounds like a bit of a stretch. In my mind Charlotte is dead for good.--Steelekid 23:14, 6 March 2009 (UTC)

I'm really upset that the only redhead was killed off from the show. Lost needs more redhead.--Deuce Dubbington XVII 03:36, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

I was so pissed, When ever i get a favorite character they always kill them off. Her character needed more devolpment. (Metroid101 02:26, December 7, 2009 (UTC))


Which episode mentions Charlotte having an award?--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 13:48, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

I believe when Matthew Abaddon is showing Naomi photos of the 4 in "Confirmed Dead", Charlotte is holding an award.--Baker1000 13:52, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
Thank You!--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 14:32, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

Young Charlotte

Surely the picture of young Charlotte should be near the top? This is an article on her life, not Daniel's. LAnder

  • We don't actually know the little girl is Charlotte.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 15:34, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Also want to point out that a voice said something like "british voice: Come on luv" as displayed in the closed captions, could be Charlotte!--Mistertrouble189 22:31, 6 March 2009 (UTC)
  • I think the was the adult's line, not the little girl's. We are dangling at the end of TPTB's string again.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 23:02, 6 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Yeah, that's what I meant, could have been Charlotte's mother. We shall see!--Mistertrouble189 23:13, 6 March 2009 (UTC)

This is most likely gonna be Charlotte, it's been confirmed that "young Charlotte" will be seen at some point this season... LAnder 07:37, 14 March 2009 (UTC)

  • We know it's her now. Darlton confirmed it in their latest (19 march) podcast. Tranquility 18:10, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
    • Technically, they did not explicitly confirm that the little red-haired girl was Charlotte, but it was implied.Namastizzay 21:05, 22 March 2009 (UTC)


Can the character pictures be changed to the ones of this theme?



For Charlotte, is there such a thing as "Before the Island"?

  • Before her 2nd stay there I guess?


I changed a couple of the last pictures because someone changed them to ones that all looked the same, basically dying Charlotte. :S I thought we need variation in them so i propose we keep the ones I put there. :) I couldn't find the good one of Charlotte dead from before though... LAnder 15:34, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

About Charlotte's DOB

According to the Producers in the latest Official Lost Podcast (March 19th), Rebecca Mader changed the DOB of Charlotte in season 4. They had originally meant for her to born in 1970, but she didn't want people to think she was that old so she changed it to 1779. They said they should have caught it in editing, but didn't. --LOST-The Cartographer 17:56, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

Yeah I think the page should reflect this and list her as being born in 1970, but perhaps mention that Ben said '79 and that it was a production error.Congested 18:36, 19 March 2009 (UTC)
  • I think the article should list her birth date as 1970, linking to the explanation in the trivia as to why the date is incorrect. Having that mess in-article is just messy and confusing. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 07:42, 24 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Agree It should be 1970.Namastizzay 20:27, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
Actually, according to the statement from Damon and Carlton, 1979 made the character "eight years younger" than was intended. Which makes her born in 1971 -- and I see that the main article has already been changed to reflect this error. (The article has Darlton's words.) Marc604 00:12, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Quote from Darlton: "...the intel came back that we used Rebecca Mader's birthday, July 2, 1979 because she was actually eight years YOUNGER than the character as originally conceived/scripted..."
They don't say that the character as originally conceived was eight years younger than the character as described as Ben.
When the episode was filmed in the fall of 2007, and aired 2nd in season 4 which was on 2/7/2008, Mader was 29. As they indicated (in the podcast) was scripted originally, Charlotte was born in 1970, which made her 34 at the time if her birthday was July 2nd. Therefore, Rebecca was only 5 years younger than Charlotte would have been at the time, not eight. Changing Charlotte's birth year to 1979 made her character 25 at the time, or 4 years younger than Mader.
So we can't accept the "eight years" statement, as it is factually inaccurate as stated.
However, we might assume that they meant that the age was changed to make the character eight years younger than she was originally. However, since they moved the year to Mader's birth year, I think we must quite safely assume that they changed the day and perhaps the month as well. If the scene took place on 22 December 2004 and Charlotte's birthday was July 2nd, 1970, she would be 34. If her originally conceived birthday was December 23rd or later in 1970, she would only have been 33. Making her birthday July 2nd, 1979, made her 25, which is 8 years younger.
So she can still have been born in 1970 and be eight years younger.
Her birth year should be listed as 1970, as this was the specific year that Darlton agreed upon in their podcast after thinking about it. Namastizzay 20:21, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
Actually, in the podcast, one of them says "1970", and the other responds "1970/71". I think there is still ambiguity about the birth year. It's clear that the 1979 birth date was just altogether wrong, and I think it would be a mistake to even use the day and month in determining what the 8 years is counting back from. Given the 8 years earlier reference to 1979, I would advocate for 1971. Jeffcutt72
  • Actually seems to be used quite a lot when presenting the wrong facts. Here is a transcript of the pertinent dialogue from the podcast:
Damon- "...1970...70...was the birthday."
Carlton- "Or 71 or something."
Damon- "70 or 71."
Damon (speaking as Mader)- "...I wasn't born in 1970, I was born in 1979."
Again, if you read the article linked at, you will see that they are saying that Mader was 8 years younger than Charlotte as originally scripted, as Mader was 29 and Charlotte was to be 37. In the Podcast they say that Charlotte was originally scripted as being 37, but that does not match a birth in 1970 or 1971 if she was 37 in December of 2004. She would have to have been born in 1967. Mader at the time was 29. By changing the script to use Mader's actual birthdate of July 2nd, 1979, they made the character 25 in 2004, which is a 12 year difference in the character's age. But regarding which birth year is correct, they say "1970" or "70" a total of 4 times, but "71" only twice. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Namastizzay (talkcontribs) .
In the latest Darlton podcast from 3/26/09, it is stated that Charlotte's birth date is either 1970 or 1971. Since the producers themselves are very clearly leaving the birth year ambiguous (at least within one of those two years), I would suggest it is premature to pick on of the years. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jeffcutt72 (talkcontribs) .
  • It could be interpreted that, after Michael gave Ben Charlotte's name, Ben got his people to research her and they came across a birth certificate that was either smudged or mistyped (9 is after all next to 0 on keyboards) so Ben thought her DOB was 1979 instead of 1970. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Rtozier (talkcontribs) .

LaFleur Appearance

Darlton confirmed in the most recent podcast that it was indeed a young charlotte that daniel saw in the barracks in 1974.

  • They did not, actually. They confirmed that Charlotte's year of birth was 1970 according to them, but did not go so far as to confirm that the little red-haired girl seen by Daniel at the end of that episode was Charlotte. It was implied by the response, though. There is no doubt in my mind that this was their intention.Namastizzay 21:04, 22 March 2009 (UTC)


"Charlotte is one of two main characters who have not been given a centric episode with more than one flashback, the other being Libby. " This is inaccurate - as of Namaste, Daniel and Miles have not been given centric episodes with more than one flashback either (Confirmed Dead for both of them, as well as Charlotte). Charlotte WAS the second character to die without a centric episode, along with Libby. But they are not the only main characters who have not received more than one flashback to date. - Rawr? 23:44, 19 March 2009 (UTC)

  • Great point. It's been fixed. Marc604 00:11, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
    • Since now Miles has had Some Like It Hoth, the only remnant (still alive) main character to have had a centric episode but not more than one flashback is Frank.

Dharma Initiative Characters

Just thought I'd check that no one objected to me adding a new category, seeing as it has become relevant, due to the character not being in a "flashback" as such... I also propose we do the same with Ben, and Miles also. 01lander 23:27, 27 April 2009 (UTC)


So, in "This Place Is Death", she tells that Dan told her "to leave and never come back, or she would die". Yet in "The Variable", Daniel tells only that she "should leave", no mention of death. Thoughts? QuiGonJinnBe mindful of the Living Force... 17:06, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

Chocolates Before Dinner

I think it's fairly safe to change the article to indicate that her repetition of the phrase "not allowed to eat chocolate before dinner" was more from memory than madness. Everyone agree that this was a result of her remembering her exchange with Faraday? Ktemkin 08:44, 3 May 2009 (UTC)

  • Yeah I would say it's kind of a mix of both. She smiled when she said it, which sort of shows she remembered him, but still shows she was being affected by the time jumps 01lander 02:25, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

Charlotte's Death

Seems really stupid they killed Charlotte off before the character arrived at DHARMA, would've been good for character development, and they could've had a double death of her and Daniel! 01lander 02:25, 7 May 2009 (UTC)


Does somebody know who portrayed little Charlotte in LaFleur? I can't find it anywhere. QuiGonJinnBe mindful of the Living Force... 07:59, 9 May 2009 (UTC)

  • The part was uncredited, so I doubt we'll ever know. --LeoChris 14:48, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
    • I think it was two actresses--one shown, one heard.  Robert K S   tell me  15:22, 9 May 2009 (UTC)

First on Island?

Her page says "Charlotte is the first main character to live/survive on the island. She was on the island before any of the others." Wasn't Ben the first? Unless I'm forgetting something or I'm unclear about what the sentence is saying...--Lostinwebspace 13:23, 13 May 2009 (UTC)

  • Ben moved to the Island when he was a young boy, Charlotte was apparently born there. So Charlotte was there before Ben. --LeoChris 19:18, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

Discussion = born on the Island

Is there any evidence she was actually born on the Island? --Orhan94 17:46, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

  • Well we do know she was born in 1971, the same year that the DHARMA Initiative at least came to the Island. That's the best evidence of it, BUT she may have likely been born off Island because it would be difficult to give birth without the proper facilities (The Staff or Barracks) and the man power to help in such a task. Although this is conjecture since we don't know when the Staff or Barracks were built nor when exactly DHARMA started surveying/building on the Island. --LOST-The Cartographer 18:45, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
    • Well she does state she's looking for the place she was born. So I think it's safe to assume she at least *believes* she was born on the Island. --LeoChris 19:16, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
    • Forgot about that one. Excellent point. Case closed? --LOST-The Cartographer 20:01, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
    • Don't we also have to take into the account that before Amy, we were told that all the women were transported off the island to give birth? - NEVERGIVEUP  Contribs  Talk  20:22, 29 July 2009 (UTC)
    • Good point. Charlotte and other children may have been "born on the Island" in the sense that they usually returned with their mothers while still neonatal. It was just that the hospital wasn't on the other side of town.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 00:29, 30 July 2009 (UTC)
    • Yeah, she certainly believes she's from the Island, and if she was born off the Island we don't know where. --Golden Monkey 13:02, 7 August 2009 (UTC)
    • In the enhanced version of "Recon" it says that Charlotte was born on the island, is Enhanced versions of the episode a canon?--Phryrosebdeco23 01:54, March 31, 2010 (UTC)

Date of death

The "Time Orientation" at the offical site mark that Charlotte dies between the raft on fire and Boone fall down in the aircraft, that means she dies during day 32 and day 41. I want to change her death date, but is it cannon? --User:YK 17:10, 18 Novermber 2009 (UTC)

Removal of Unanswered Question

I removed the question "How come Daniel was not her 'constant' as she eventually remembered him from her childhood?" According to the Lostpedia page on constants, a constant "is an object or person that exists in both periods of time, that the traveller deeply cares about and could recognize." The little Charlotte could not recognize Daniel Faraday, so Charlotte could not establish him as a constant. The older time-traveling Charlotte recognized Daniel and later realized that Daniel was present in both (a) the flashes (b) 1977. 1977 Charlotte did not and could not possibly realize who Faraday was, so the idea of a constant could not succeed. Because of this, I removed the unanswered question. David 06:22, January 25, 2010 (UTC)

  • I think that when they were actually physically flashing that a constant has no meaning. Des' consciousness was skipping, not Des himself.-- [[User:Nimmirraj|Nimmirraj]] 00:53, February 6, 2010 (UTC)

Dan and Charlotte question

Maybe I'm the only one, but I've always found it a bit strange that Daniel and Charlotte had such strong feelings for each other after only meeting about two weeks ago. Could it be possible that Dan knew Charlotte before the freighter? Is there any evidence for this (or contradictory information) in the show itself? Evil-pineapples 22:30, March 20, 2010 (UTC)

  • Oh, wait a second. "Charlotte did her undergraduate studies at the University of Kent, and she also received a DPhil (mistakenly referred to as a Ph.D.) in Cultural Anthropology from Oxford University" I guess Charlotte could have met Daniel during this period of time. Evil-pineapples 22:41, March 20, 2010 (UTC)
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