The fake Henry Gale's Jennifer is all made up. The real Henry Gale's Jennifer is safe at home. At least from what we know from the note that the real Henry wrote on a $20 bill in his wallet.

I'm not sure that Jennifer is even the real Henry Gale's wife. If I was leaving a final note to my wife, I'd definitely say more than "I owe you a beer" -- even though my own wife doesn't drink beer. The fact he doesn't say something along the lines of "I love you" suggests that Henry & Jennifer's relationship is more along the lines of a friendship -- or perhaps she is just the foreman of his balloon support crew. -- Llywrch 09:50, 11 April 2006 (PDT)

Actually, he finished the note with, "I'm sorry. I love you Jenny. Always have, always will. Yours, Henry." I'm wondering where the fake Henry got his information from. Did he find the same ID card and note that Sayid found? Like the last name of Murphy - that's never mentioned on anything the survivors found.

I don't think faux would have lied about HG dying on impact if he had known about the note Sayid found. I guess the theory is that the others interrogated HG before they killed him and faux didn't deny this. --skks 12:09, 2 May 2006 (PDT)

Theories are ridiculous

I just want to say here that the theories page about Jennifer Gale is ridiculous. Not all black women are related! She's being named as Naomi Dorrit's mother, or that she changed her name to Bea Klugh -- this would be like saying Colleen Pickett is actually Shannon Rutherford's mother, because they're both blond. --Amberjet11 14:22, 10 May 2007 (PDT)


  • If we are doubting that they were married ('significant other'), she shouldn't have the family name Gale --LOST-Hunter61 20:38, January 30, 2010 (UTC)
    • That is perfectly true, however, we do not know for a fact that they were married, and we do not have any more descriptive surname for her. I suppose you could propose we change the article title to Jenny (Henry Gale's significant other) but that would be a bit unwieldy and probably not an improvement.  Robert K S   tell me  20:45, January 30, 2010 (UTC)
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