Watching this again i notice that when Claire and her friend first go to the psychic - they mention that she hasn't told her mother about her pregnancy as they are unsure as to how she would react
Is this flashback not set after the car crash that left her mother in a coma right up until Claire left on the flight? [macdonsj]
When trying to convince Claire that she should give the baby away to the couple in Los Angeles, Malkin says "they're good people Claire," just as Ethan does when she is being held at The Staff. Perhaps Malkin has some connection with DHARMA/The Hostiles? Erised 13:35, 9 November 2007 (PST)
When Claire receives a phone call in Australia before the Island, the phone has an American ringing sound. Is this correct? Do Australian telephones have the same ring as American phones?
Watching this again
- Watching this again, too - he says about the child that it must be raised by Claire or ...that something bad will happen ... but, now, it has been raised by Kate, for a few years now, and it's apparently no biggie. Might it be considered a continuity error or not? what do you think?--Running 23:19, 16 April 2009 (UTC)
- I think we'll learn more about Aaron's importance soon. My theory is that it's the MIB that influences or control this dream, and that Locke black's eye signifies that MIB already has a hold on Locke or at least knows that he will. If I'm right, something "bad" happening may only be something bad for MIB, it could be something good for Jacob or/and us.--Eluent 13:22, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
At the beginning of the episode, Jack tells Claire that he had a girlfriend that used to tell him that he talked in his sleep. When Claire asked him what he used to say, Jack said he didn't know, but whatever it was she didn't like it.
What do you think he used to say? Doesn't it seem like that's something that will be, or should be, brought back up in the future? It sounded pretty ominous the way that he talked about it.--Archon129 12:59, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
- IMO he was implying that she broke up with him because of it, not a big mystery other wise it would've been answered by now as all Flight 815 character back-stories were answered by season 4 and it doesn't seem to be connected to Jack's persona or the Island so answering it will not really reveal anything in the final season. --Orhan94 20:25, 24 June 2009 (UTC)
A possible blooper?
On the beach, when Hurley approaches Sawyer's place, a whitish object can be seen flying across the sky. By the straight movement, I'd guess this was an airplane. Even though an airplane passing by might not be considered a blooper per se, I think in this occasion it is. --Filip 12:57, 28 June 2009 (UTC)
I think I've found a possible blooper. The currency that Malkin tried to give back to Claire did not appear to be Australian currency. Can someone else confirm this? Interestingly, in a later flashback they DO clearly deal in Australian dollars. --Blueeagleislander 10:43, December 16, 2009 (UTC)
Isn't there a scene in this episode, where Sawyer reveals his real name to Hurley when he asks why isn't he on it?
I could swear on my life that I saw such a scene, when it was broadcast on my country. But when I looked it up after on a dvd I couldn't find it. Is it a scene that was cut? Or is it a false memory embedded by aliens?
- No such scene exists according to my memory! Perhaps you could be remembering the scene in Season 2's "The Hunting Party" where Locke reveals he worked out Sawyer's real name after Hurley gave him the manifest?--Baker1000 (talk) 00:42, October 15, 2016 (UTC)