One of the Saddest Episodes in TV History?

I think so, quite possibly. Not only the whole death, which was very sad in itself, but also the quiet scene with the sad music in the background where Jack goes to tell Shannon that her brother died, was a very, very impactful scene. Anybody agree/disagree? --Kbmusiclover, 15:52, 3 April 2007 (PDT)

Boone's Injury

Is it just me or were both of Boone's legs beneath the cargo hold door? As in, Jack was about to amputate them both, not the bad one. I'm just checking. Don't want to add it to the bloopers unless it is true. --meggie ~ Talk & contribs 19:29, 28 May 2008 (PDT)


Why is Kate apparently mumbling the word, "f***" under her breath considered a blooper ? Sure, cursing is generally frowned upon on network TV, and the line probably wasn't in the script ... (and would have been cut if caught by ABC's TPTB) but a cast member adlibbing something doesn't make it a blooper ... and it's not like it's so out of character for Kate to do such a thing ... It's interesting trivia, but it's not a blooper in my opinion, unless I'm missing something here. --LeoChris 18:40, 22 June 2008 (PDT)

Having just watched this episode for the first time since I noticed this entry on here, I really don't think she swears at all. To me, it just sounds like she exhales after getting up. I'm removing the entry unless anyone wants to discuss it further.  Jimbo the Tubby  talk  contributions  09:16, November 7, 2009 (UTC)

  • It's definitely there. Hard to hear the first time but with the right sound equipment you can. Another similar instance is Michael saying "f**k me" in Abandoned while carrying Sawyer up the hill on the stretcher.--Anfield Fox|talk|contributions 13:06, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

Black & White

When Claire brings Aaron out to the beach to meet everyone else, he is wrapped in black and white blankets.--GoodKarma 06:21, 14 October 2008 (PDT)

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