Come on, people! What is up with putting the instances of the first Island exploration theme (as seen in "Juliet Is Lost,") in with the Traveling theme from "Hollywood and Vines."


If you don't believe me, look at the Musical themes page. Or just listen to the themes. They're not the same. Not even close.

If no one can come up with a good reason why they should be together, I'm gonna separate them, and list the instances of the Exploration theme under "Juliet Is Lost." Sylux96 23:01, March 24, 2010 (UTC)

Every finale?

The article says that the piece "is heard at least once each season, including every finale" but there is no appearance for the season 2 finale listed and I don't think it appeared in "Live Together, Die Alone". -- EvelynPace 12:04, November 7, 2010 (UTC)

Right. Fixed. --- Balk Of Fametalk 05:06, February 15, 2011 (UTC)

Song usage?

Is this song used when "Locke",Richard,Ben and others traveled to Jacob in season 5? {{SUBST:User:Alaric Saltzman/autosig}} 13:12, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Fringe Cameo?

The article says the piece was used in the pilot episode of Fringe but I can't find the scene where it's used. Where is this information from? Wikipedia[1] claims there was a variation of the theme in the pilot, but they don't cite a source. I also found a video on YouTube where a scene of Fringe is set to "Hollywood and Vines", but I checked the scene on my Blu-ray and it has a different score (a variation of Fringe's "End Title Theme"). Can anyone confirm "Hollywood and Vines" was actually used in the pilot episode of Fringe (or is there an alternate/unaired cut with the theme?) or if this information is based on a hoax? --EvelynPace (talk) 15:00, April 8, 2019 (UTC)

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