Daddy Issues

  • When did we learn that Claire's parents or just her father abandoned her?--{{User:LostRoland/sig}09:50, 10 June 2006 (PDT)

  • When Tom, her boyfriend breaks up with her, he says, "You've always had abandonment issues." We know that she has some relationship with her mother, because when she finds she is pregnant, she says, "My mother will disown me." Tigerlily 11:59, 10 June 2006 (PDT)
  • What bothers me about the "my mother will disown me" line is that Claire's mother had already been in a coma for years at that point. Even if she is assuming her mom will disown her when she wakes up, the boyfriend's response to this line is "She pretty much already has"...which is either a pretty sick joke or a writing error. Amesbr 01:59, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Thomas turns out to be an ass in more ways than one. Stupuidity on the part of characters does not necessarily equate to bad writing.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 23:33, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Also, she shouldn't have any memories of her father, yet she asks the potential adoptive parents to sing "Catch a Falling Star" to the baby, like her father used to sing to her. Another writing error? Amesbr 01:59, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
    • During Christian's conversation with Clair, he told her that he used to visit with her and her mother. There's a good chance that Clair remember the song, but not the singer.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 23:33, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

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Now that Claire's resolved her worries about whether she wanted Aaron and would be a good parent does that mean she's next to die? After Boone came to terms with his nearcestuous feelings for Shannon, he died. Likewise after Shannon found love with Sayid.

Boone died a pretty long time after he came to terms with that. We have no indication that Shannon actually "came to terms" with anything. I think that whole theory is a bit of a stretch.

There aren't too many women left -- I think Claire's safe. (Unless a stash of women shows up...)Tigerlily 12:03, 10 June 2006 (PDT)

Stunned/drugged and yet..?

Do you find it strange, that in her flashback, while she was held at the Medical Station, she seems to be apparently drugged/stunned or brainwashed, 'cause she feel quite comfortable there, she don't want to escape. And there, she has the memory of Charlie - she asks "What happened to Charlie?", but after that, she do not seem to remember anything else: plane crash, living on the island, the accident in the caves, and maybe even the other survivors?

What is strange to me, that previously, in Season One, after she escape from The Others, she tells Charlie, that she don't remember Ethan, she don't remember him (Charlie), she don't remember anything that happened prior to her captivity. --Raven66 09:51, 16 March 2006 (PST)

Shock, post traumatic stress disorder & enough rohypnol/GHB. --skks 06:24, 17 March 2006 (PST)

I'm still waiting for some purpose for the memory loss - it was pretty much just an annoyance, especially as far as character development between she and Charlie. Honestly...they take this time to build it all up and then BAM 'oh, i forget EVERYTHING including you" great. We do the same song and dance all over again and then BAM Charlie goes on some crazy kidnap the baby and try to baptize him bender and 'we need some time apart' crap. Back to square one and then just as things start up again and it's going great BAM Charlie dies. WTF? What a waste of time and good characters. Meanwhile every freaking episode we have to deal with the boring Jack-Kate-Sawyer love triangle. Halley 11:10, 22 February 2008 (PST)

60+ days of Makeup

She knew about the crash... Even Shannon ran out of makeup. :P --Jono4174 00:40, 28 April 2006 (PDT)

That's why they had to kill her off. --skks 01:13, 28 April 2006 (PDT)
Make up ? Talk about body hair, my friends ! 60 days and still no hairy legs on any of the women. Truly, that island does magic ;) Xibe 06:39, 28 April 2006 (PDT)

That's because they have Dhama Initiative brand razors now! :) --LostCat 13:41, 17 May 2006 (PDT)


Ive just been looking at each characters locations to try and identify a pattern, when it dawned on me, it must be significant that while all of the characters were compelled to travel to Sydney for one reason or another, Clare is the only one of the survivors actually from there.

I'm Lost!

I'm sorry, I think I missed something. Why do we think Claire and Jack are brother and sister? It it just because the woman that Christian visited in Sydney (Lindsey) had blonde hair or was there something else? --LostCat 13:34, 22 May 2006 (PDT)

her last name was apparently littleton. Kman       talk contribs                   13:37, 22 May 2006 (PDT)
where is that info from?? --Ernest 14:32, 22 May 2006 (PDT)

AFAIK the reason people think she might be related to Jack is because they want to. There's no actual evidence but on the other hand why would they bring up the fact that he has a half sister he's (presumably) never met unless she was on the island? Course, that doesn't mean it's Claire, for all we know it could be Sexy Striped Blue Sweater Girl.--Tricksterson 09:12, 23 May 2006 (PDT)

  • Claire's mom was Carole Littleton and her aunt was "Lindsey", Carole's sister. Christian came to Sydney to visit Carole in the hospital after the car accident and announced to Claire in Carole's hospital room that he was her father (Aunt Lindsey was also present during the announcement but seemed to know all along). After the accident, Christian returned to Sydney to try to see Claire at her house, at which point Aunt Lindsey was there to shoo him away.--Sweetpetitetreat 12:03, July 26, 2010 (UTC)
  • Um, you do realize you're replying to a discussion from 2006, before Christian was revealed to be Claire's father... --Celebok 02:12, July 27, 2010 (UTC)

More baffling for me is that we see Claire just finding out she is pregnant and then going to see the "psychic" - her friend states that Claire hasn't told her mother as they are worried as to her mothers reaction

Yet, her mother is in a coma pre-pregnancy - her reactions would be zilch

Claire's Father

Spoilers deleted moved to Talk:Season 3/prespoilers. If you want to talk about spoilers, somewhere like Season 3/prespoilers is the place to do it. Spoilers don't belong on article and article talk pages. --Minderbinder 12:09, 6 March 2007 (PST)

Escuse me you don't just delete talk page posts. You can move them put DO NOT DELETE THEM. Princess Dharma (banned)


When was it ever stated that she was born in 1982? And if in fact she was born in '82, that would make her 22 at the "present" time (December 2004) since her birthday is October 27. Correct? --Subhuman

She would be 22 in 2004, but she had a birthday on the Island, making her 23 years old (I THINK)--Phil 04:29, 17 March 2007 (PDT)

Has she ever actually been shown on screen saying that she is a Libra? Because if her birthdate is October 27 that would make her a Scorpio.

photo with black hair

I think we need a photo with Claire on black hair -- Magioladitis 21:48, 15 March 2007 (PDT)

I agree and think it's a shame this was pulled off the page in the (necessary) cleanup.--TechNic|talk|conts 16:03, 9 April 2007 (PDT)

Par Avion

Did anyone see the picture of Claire's car crash. She crashed into thin air! There isn't another car.--Phil 05:37, 7 April 2007 (PDT)

Claire and Pilot Deleted Scene

Should the scene between Claire and the pilot be included in the article because I think that it is semi-canonical because it was featured in the Lost season 2 DVD feature the Lost connections, which i think is canonical. -- Heyer8472 15:39 2 July 2007

Would Someone

Please remove the watermark things on the images I just uploaded for the page. Thanks

Question removed

I took out the "unanswered" question: "Why is Claire so thin after having a baby just over a month ago?" That's like asking why the girl's don't have armpit hair or how they wear makeup. Does someone really think it'll be "revealed" on the show why they maintained how attractive she is? (Not that women can't be attractive after having a child, but that's really what that question was aiming at.) Thegibe 12:41, 9 March 2008 (PDT)

perky in season 4

does anybody think it is funny how claire is so perky, just days after charlie dies? why isn't she in mourning? - platy mar 9 2k8

yeah i was a little confused about that, too. but at least she said his name when sawyer found her in the destroyed house in the last episode. Jared 05:24, 26 April 2008 (PDT)

House Explosion

Can anybody tell me how she survived the house exploding? I know Sawyer found her under a balnket, but how could a balnket protect her from a massive explosion? User:LostCloverfield42

Maybe she didn't survive. She could have died, not realizing it herself, and then went on interacting with everyone as a ghost until Christian came to get her. --Xanthmode 11:22, 19 May 2008 (PDT)

She definitely was not found under a blanket. She was found under a door. And although a door might be more protecting than a blanket, it still serves the fact that it wouldn't protect her from an explosion like that. User:falldownboy91 I wouldn't look into this too much. While I agree it's a great theory, it's also a fictional TV show, a lot of stuff that isn't possible occurs. I mean, how did Eko, Locke, and Desmond all survive the hatch implosion? There's no evidence for us to assume she's dead, so unless they really hint at it in the show, I wouldn't make too much of it. --Uncertainty 17:57, 30 May 2009 (UTC)


I suggest to change her status to "UNKNOWN" as it is debatable whether she is alive or dead. Based on the most recent episode, it appears that she is probably dead. An UNKNOWN status would be also a consistent terminology, as opposed to "UNCERTAIN" or "ALIVE at ....". Any other opinions? --Messenger 00:58, 11 May 2008 (PDT)

As far as we know, she's alive. She was acting normally until she got to the cabin, at which point her mood can easily be explained by whatever conversations she's been having with Christian prior to Locke arriving. Christian and Yemi both were dead for some time before the island made them appear again and in both cases they seem to appear and disappear at will. Also, the producers recently addressed the question saying that the right question to ask is not whether she is dead, but what happened to her. So unless we want to put "unknown" as the status of every person who has ever been knocked unconscious it's best to assume she's alive until proven otherwise. --Jackdavinci 02:16, 11 May 2008 (PDT)
If Claire is alive then all of a sudden she must have gained the ability to see dead people! I think there is more indication that she is deceased than alive (see theory and discussion pages about Claire).--Messenger 14:08, 11 May 2008 (PDT)
Then I guess Jack, Locke, Miles, and Vincent are all are dead too since they have seen Christian. And Hurley, Eko, and Ben too since they have seen dead people too. Seems like everyone can see dead people if the island wants them to... --Jackdavinci 16:24, 11 May 2008 (PDT)
It makes sense to me that Claire died in the explosion. She just didn't realize she was dead at the time and everyone else was allowed to go on seeing her as alive for some reason. My guess is that she was allowed to get Aaron out of the fighting situation. When he was in the clear and Sawyer could take over transporting him to safety Christian came for Claire. Now she's catching up with her dad in the cabin and they could be talking about any number of things that could account for her strange behavior. --Xanthmode 06:59, 18 May 2008 (PDT)
  • I personally vote for the UNKNOWN status. Can you guys tell me where she is? I think unless we have total confirmation one way or the other, her status should be changed to UNKNOWN. Although, we'll probably find out tonight now, won't we??? --OrangeXenon54 01:33, 22 May 2008 (PDT)

I think wıth the last episodes there is more indication that she is dead rather than alive. For example she appeared to Kate, and so far only dead people appeared to alive Losties (Charlie to Hurley, Christian to Jack, Micheal etc.,). Nevertheless, there is no concrete evidence about her death either. So, It would make more sense that her status is shown as 'Unknown' rather than 'Alive'.--Messenger 03:14, 1 June 2008 (PDT)

  • Alright, I'm changing it. If anyone objects, please discuss it here. Malachi 06:25, 3 June 2008 (PDT)
Alive: I strongly disagree. Change it back to Alive. The last time we saw her, she was alive. We have seen no evidence that she is dead. To say that, "only dead people appeared to alive Losties" doesn't mean anything because only live people appear to live Losties as well. In fact, by that argument, since Christian appeared to Claire, Claire should be alive. I think we should keep it at 'Alive' unless there is evidence to the contrary. --Uncertainty 09:14, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
If there is evidence to the contrary then she can be listed as dead, not unknown. But as it stands now, we should list her as UNKNOWN because her status is currently debated! If we were 100% sure as with the Oceanic 6, Locke and Ben for example then it would be reasonable to list as alive. Claire clearly does not fall into the same category as them. We have three options for status and UNKNOWN is the most reasonable because there is no consencus.--Messenger 14:35, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
There is no consensus because a couple of fans with interesting theories are changing her status of the article and making it a debate. It is not an honest debate. We can't have people changing Lostpedia articles based on theories and have them call it a debate. Her whereabouts right now are unknown, her ability to see Christian is unknown, but her living status is not unknown. I agree that her being dead is an interesting theory, but it is a theory and should be discussed on the theories page. --Uncertainty 23:40, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
  • Alive: There is nothing to suggest she is dead. Any ideas about her having died in the explosion are theories and should not be reflected in the main article. Just because she seems to have defected to the Others/Christian, does in no way mean she would need to be dead to do that. The show has not implied that she is dead, merely that the is something strange going on. We go by what is shown in the episodes, not what might have happened. As far as we have seen she is still alive, therefore her status should be reverted to alive.--TechNic|talk|conts 12:10, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
There is no evidence that she is alive either. What is certain is that there is currently a mystery about Claire that is yet to be resolved. --Messenger 14:39, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
We don't need evidence to prove she is alive because the last time we saw her, she was alive. Nothing has changed since that time to imply she has been harmed or is dead in any way. Should we change Faraday's status to Unknown because we don't know where he is? Should we change Rose's status because we don't know where she is? The base case is that she is alive, in order to change that you need to prove that she is dead. Because there is no evidence that she is dead, her status should remain as Alive. Any theories belong on the Theories page. --Uncertainty 23:33, 6 June 2008 (PDT)
  • Alive: The idea that she is dead is nothing more than fan speculation and theorizing. There has been absolutely no concrete evidence to suggest she is dead in anyway. Having her status as "Unknown" is just going to far. I assure you, if Claire was supposed to be "Dead" there would be a lot stronger evidence to suggest it. Sawyer miraculously survived a gun-fight the same episode her house exploded. Does this mean Sawyer died too and is living on as a ghost? Locke has seen Christian on the island. Does this mean Locke is dead too? The writers have deliberately left Claire's situation as ambiguous to keep fans interested. --Benjamin Linus is Not a Horse 13:11, 8th June 2008
    • There you said it: her situation is ambiguous. It is not as clear as Locke's or Sawyer's situation so we cannot consider their status' the same as Claire. That is not logical at all. Locke and Sawyer are without ANY doubt alive, whereas there are doubts about Claire's status as we can see on this discussion page. I do not care how you want to show her status. It just shocks me to see how some people can get aggressive about a trivial subject like this; status of a fictional character!--Messenger 14:25, 8 June 2008 (PDT)
      • First of all, please don't resort to personal attacks. Especially as you were the one who first edited the article. Calling us "agressive" accomplishes nothing. Leave it off the article discussion pages.
Secondly, I believe that the point Benjamin Linus is Not a Horse was trying to make is that her ability to communicate with Christian as well as her abandoning Aaron are unclear situations. We don't know why she can do these things yet. Her ambiguous situation has nothing to do with her living status, but rather new mysteries that surround her. Please don't misinterpret his own words and use them against him.
Thirdly, the point we are making is that changes should only be made with concrete evidence. See Ei incumbit probatio qui dicit. Claire was involved in no explosion, she was hit by no bullet, has not been fell by any illness and the last time we saw her she was alive. Seeing as how no dead body has been produced or any hard evidence of her death has been presented, there is no reason to presume anything else. If were to change articles on Lostpedia every time something was unclear on the show, this would be the most ambiguous wiki ever. Just as if someone accuses you of murder, you are not found guilty until it is proved. You have thus far provided no evidence that hasn't been refuted. As I said before, it is an interesting theory and you should keep up the discussion, but please leave it out of the articles. Uncertainty 10:09, 9 June 2008 (PDT)

Whats the point of Claire?

So shes given birth to Aaron, Charlies dead, We know that Kate has Aaron in the future so what is the point of keeping her on the show. To be honest I feel like shes an unnecessary character for the reasons explained above. Basically her and Jack will find out theyre brother and sister OMG moment and she dies, never to be seen again.

--4815162342execute 14:37, 12 May 2008 (PDT)

Assuming she remains alive on the island, the point of keeping her on the show is so that she may reunite with her baby when the Oceanic 6 return to the island. And that's the bare minimum, with the events of the last two episodes she may end up being a major player in the plot going forward. --Minderbinder 08:36, 13 May 2008 (PDT)
  • She's obviously "special", though, as we have seen throughout the show. She seems to have very vivid dreams and can get worked into a crazy frenzy, as if possessed by something. But for that matter, what's the point of any of the characters? What's the point of Sun? What's the point of Jin? What's the point of Kate? What's the point of Sawyer??? They're all characters, not just plot points that are done with. She adds a different perspective to the survivors and I think she's one of the more interesting characters who we know the least about. --OrangeXenon54 01:40, 22 May 2008 (PDT)

  • She is hot Integrated (User / Talk) 12:33, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
  • For the purposes of the plot, they needed Kate to be with someone else in the Jungle to establish a timeframe. There were not a lot of options for one of the Six in the jungle with someone not of the Six at night. In this case they got two someones: Claire and Aaron.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 15:16, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
  • As the show draws to an end, you will realize that Claire has helped us to define all the characters she has interacted with, especially Kate and MiB..not forgetting the character of Charlie. Plus, the physical effects of certain aspects of the with pregnancies and the 'infection' or 'sicknessVeryBadRobot 09:58, April 25, 2010 (UTC)

Not Returning

Due to the mysterious nature of the character in the episode Cabin Fever, isn't it safe to assume she is the most likely candidate not to be returning next season, but in the final one?? I can't see the producers giving up Kate, who is extremely popular... Also, Sun and Kate are part of the Oceanic 6, and as far as we know they're going to be very important next season! 01lander

Best to use the forum for things like this  Plkrtn  talk  contribs  email  16:06, 28 May 2008 (PDT)

Major Typos

This article needs to be watched for major typos [ie "nitting" instead of "knitting"; "new" instead of "knew", etc]. I might go through and remove the more obvious ones but I would suggest that other more avid editors keep on top of this.

Drugged Again

When in the Cabin, does anyone else think she acts like she were drugged, as before. So she might now be there willingly. --JeremyBentham 10:23, 18 July 2008 (PDT)

Oddly worded statements in the first paragraph

A couple of statements in the first paragraph strike me as being oddly worded or misleading: "She is the mother of Aaron Littleton [...] and has done her best to raise Aaron." Wouldn't "take care of Aaron" be more accurate, considering that Aaron was only a couple of months old when Claire disappeared and his care was taken over by Kate?

Also, "she was reluctant to let Charlie into Aaron's life because of the way her own father abandoned her": is it ever stated that that is the reason she was cautious with Charlie? The overt reasons were Charlie's drug use and his erratic behavior directed particularly toward Aaron.--Schoolmann 21:08, 21 August 2008 (PDT)

Do we officially know Claire's birthday?

Do we know for certain that Claire's birthday is October 27? Or is that just an estimation based on the day we assume it is when she tells Locke that today is her birthday? (edit...forgot to sign) Cononach 00:49, 15 October 2008 (PDT)

Same for her age - is it just speculation? paulbrock 18:44, 29 June 2009 (UTC)

Frequently pronounce "Claeh"

I've removed this from the first sentence of the article. It's irrelevant, and shows a clear lack of understanding of phonetic writing.


When did she appear in "Namaste"? And if someone answers that she is the blurry figure behind Sun, let me remind him/her that it was confirmed as a blooper and that that person is no character meant to be on the show. --Orhan94 23:52, 24 June 2009 (UTC)

  • To my knowledge, Claire, except for the re-enacting of Aaron's birth, did not appear in Season 5, period.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 00:43, 25 June 2009 (UTC)

Pregnant again?

Anyone discussed if she is pregnant again with Charlies baby? Just throwing it out there--Mage 11:24, 30 July 2009 (UTC)MageRage

  • Piece of information that alludes to this (I know I'm running this on my own) but they marked 3 tents of "pregnant women" one for Sun, one for Kate and one for another. I know Kate wasn't pregnant but still...

What that means?

"Claire is yet to appear in the 7th episode of a season". What does that mean? -- Lucas Benicá | Talk | Email | 22:04, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

  • It's just statistics; it's part of documenting the series. It doesn't interest me at all, but it does others.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 22:10, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

Season 1

" Claire is the only original Season 1 character never to have killed anyone.

   Claire is only one of two living main characters to never have killed, along with Miles. "

Who did Walt kill? :p I wouldn't count him as killing Shannon. Also, I can't recall Boone or Shannon having killed anyone. Unless you count Boone as making Joann Miller drown. --Golden Monkey 14:27, December 2, 2009 (UTC)

Walt is like Jeffrey Dahmer to birds. ESachs 08:52, February 10, 2010 (UTC)

Back on the Island???

  • I'm not sure the use of the subheading Back on the Island before her season 6's history is appropriate. She never really left ... appearing in a dream doesn't count, I mean for all we know, she could (however doubtful that is) just be a figment of Kate's imagination, or the MIB/Jacob, or any other kind of supernatural explaination. She is, after all, the only remaining original main cast member never to have left the island (no raft, no Kahana, no helicopter...) What do you guys think? --LeoChris 03:03, March 16, 2010 (UTC)
    • Agree, you can't be back if you never left. :)--Phryrosebdeco23 04:19, April 23, 2010 (UTC)

Exodus Flashback

  • I know Claire was supposed to have a formal flashback in Exodus, but didn't she have one anyway? The sequence where we see her scratching Danielle's arm. Isn't that a flashback? --LeoChris 00:42, April 23, 2010 (UTC)
We don't count quick flashes like that, just formal flashbacks. --Golden Monkey 04:47, April 23, 2010 (UTC)
Pictogram replyI was under the impression we had become more inclusive in that matter - see A Tale of Two Cities being listed as having a Juliet flashback, or Greatest Hits listing a Karl flashback just to name a few. Now, I agree with all of these changes, but I feel that if those are in, Claire's little flashback should be too. For what it's worth, the transcript lists it as a flashback also. I also don't think including would create much a precedent. All of the other ``arguable`` flashbacks are already listed, with the exception of Desmond's in 2x01 (the discussion on that article's talk page has seemingly died...) --LeoChris 05:49, April 23, 2010 (UTC)

LA X Part 2 Centric?

Someone added this. Does this really count as a centric for her? She only appears for a couple of seconds and doesn't appear at all on the Island. Like how Desmond's cameo is part of Jack's flash-sideways, I think this should just be Kate's flash-sideways. Plus if we allow that we'd have to list "What Kate Does", and it's pretty clear that that one was Kate centric. --Golden Monkey 20:59, April 24, 2010 (UTC)

No, its clear who the main focus was on in LA X, it was the main 8 which does not include claire, we cant count people for just appearing in others flashes then we would have to include many characters. -- B1G CZYGS  Talk  Contribs  21:20, April 24, 2010 (UTC)
I agree, if we count Claire then we would have to count the likes of Arzt, Boone and Charlie.--Baker1000 21:38, April 24, 2010 (UTC)
Claire doesn't get a whooshing transition, it's not her centric. --LeoChris 03:03, April 25, 2010 (UTC)

Season 6 picture?

I've reverting to the previous pic. If anyone wants to defend this new choice, allegedly a season 6 photo, go ahead. --- Balk Of Fametalk 05:30, September 1, 2010 (UTC)
  • I think we should try and keep the pictures consistent... so they should all have their promo pictures for the final seasons they were in. Ones where they pose either on a jungle, beach, grey or blue background. Julietfan2626 10:18, September 1, 2010 (UTC)
  • The picture (Media:CLAIRE.jpg) does not appear to be Claire -- in character; I'm not even certain that it's Emilie de Ravin. The user who uploaded the file did not provide any licensing or source data--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 12:51, September 1, 2010 (UTC)

Character Overview - After the island

I think we should remove the sentence "Claire escaped the Island, and probably lived a long life with her son Aaron and Kate." from the character overview. This is just a presumption. She could have died in a car crash 3 days after they landed, or maybe they didn't land at all. We just don't know. There is no reason to make up a "happily ever after" ending for her, if all we know is that she got off the island. Ocie14 talk contributions 22:34, September 28, 2010 (UTC)

-Definitely. --- Balk Of Fametalk 01:07, September 29, 2010 (UTC)

So remove it? Ocie14 talk contributions 01:08, September 29, 2010 (UTC)

Yes.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 03:30, September 29, 2010 (UTC)

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Reference

One of Claire's defining characteristics in season one was her impregnation. Walt calls Claire "The pregnant lady". In the song So Long & Thanks for All the Fish of the movie adaption of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy there is mention of pregnant women.

Despite those nets of tuna fleets We thought that most of you were sweet Especially tiny tots and your pregnant women

The author of said work of literature, Douglass Adams, directed said movie. The writers of lost are fans of The Hitchiker's Guide to The Galaxy.--Kantarky 19:30, April 3, 2011 (UTC).

I'm pretty he sure he just called her "the pregnant lady" because she was a pregnant lady... There are many pregnant women in the world; they're not all pregnant because of that one movie... Julietfan2626 Talk Blogs 19:59, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Pictogram voting support Note also that the song mentions "tiny tots". As in potato tots. Potatoes come from Ireland, which is where leprechauns live. And leprechauns keep their gold at the end of the rainbow. "Over the Rainbow" was a song from The Wizard of Oz, and who was Lost's "The Man Behind the Curtain"? CHARLIE... who was a hobbit. --- Balk Of Fametalk 22:26, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

I suspect that BalkofFame is mocking Kantarky's leap of logic (one which is comparable to suggesting that Jack being a doctor is a Doctor Who reference) by coming up with an even bigger leap. Just in case though: the song has nothing to do with potatoes. 'Tiny tots' in this context means small children. Also, Lost's Wizard of Oz was Ben and/or Jacob, not Charlie. Rtozier (talk) 22:31, November 1, 2014 (UTC)

Did we forget thag Vincent was in every season+Missing Pieces?

Technically The Man in Black also appeared in every season + missing pieces

  • I assumed that since Christian’s Appearances are almost always the MiB, but yes that is true.
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