The whispers seem to use Shannon's name and say things that sound like they might come from Boone or be a conversation between Boone and someone else about Shannon's relationship with Sayid. For example, "Relax dude", "She likes the guy", about Shannon and Sayid, also "Dying sucks", "Hi sis" Abandoned.

It seems that possibly Boone is either alive or in some kind of afterlife along with other people, where he can observe, and perhaps speak (whisper) to the people on the island. The whispers seem to be involved in Shannon's shooting, so perhaps Boone engineered her death so they could be re-united. This would suggest that Shannon now also exists in another place and may be capable of communicating via whispers or otherwise influencing events on the island. The most obvious person for her to try to influence would, presumably, be Sayid. Perhaps she will draw Sayid to his death so he can join her too, or perhaps intervene in some other way. --HypnoSynthesis 16:15, 11 January 2007 (PST)

After Locke tests Boone and he finds Shannon's body in the river it is mutilated in a similar fashion to that of the pilot. He never saw the dead pilot as far as we know.

It almost certainly a visual thing, all for the viewers benefit... but interesting all the same.

Jack passed her and her step mother in the hospital after the accident.


Walt gifts Shannon his dog, when he goes on the raft, to look after her now her brother is gone.

I am wondering if thats an emotional bond that allows him to "contact" her, in a similar way he obviously has an emotional bond with his dad and allows him to contact him remotely.

Error with Shannon's dad/Sarah

I was re-watching a few Season 2 episodes tonight..

Man of Science... They bring Sarah in and the EMT says her car blew a tire and jumped the barrier and went head-on with a SUV. Jack says Mr. Rutherford (Shannon's name). The body also has dark hair (yes, there was blood, but the whole head).

Abandoned When Shannon and her step-mom are in the hospital, the doctor says your husband was in a head-on collison with a SUV. The body at the wake has blonde hair.

Both were driving SUVs, but it was supposed to be Sarah in car, dad in SUV.

Did Ana-Lucia really kill her?

I recently saw an article with pictures that questions whether Ana-Lucia actually killed her. The best evidence is that Ana-Lucia is right handed, and in scene where Shannon is in Sayid's arms, there is a close up of a left arm and hand, and it's not holding a gun. Perhaps a goof, but you never know. Watch the episode again and you'll see. I can't find the website, but if I do I will post it. --Eridani 13:20, 26 May

I wish she'd survived, there was still mystery around her. I mean, she was supposedly married at some point - wonder if its to anyone we'd know? --Nickb123 (Talk) 06:33, 16 August 2006 (PDT)
I hope it is Kate (keeping my fingers crossed).--CaptainInsano
Maybe she is still alive. A theory: The monster, in the form of Walt, led her away from Sayid, only to be captured by whoever is responsible for "The Whispers", in the same manner as Cindy was captured just moments before Shannon's alleged shooting. The monster then appeared as a figure that Ana Lucia would be sure to shoot at (perhaps Jason McCormack, or one of the "others"). Upon being "shot" the monster then transfigured into Shannon in order to fake Shannon's death and create a rift between the midsection and tail section survivors. The fact that Shannon's body did not dematerialize into black smoke might suggest that the Monster, in whole or in part, can stay in its manifest form indefinitely (e.g. Hurley's friend Dave's slipper).

That theory is very funny. Surely Ana would have known she didn't shoot Shannon??? Why would she shoot Jason any more than Shannon? If I saw a dead person I wouldn't shoot I'd scream and run. Princess Dharma (banned)

Why "surely"? Ana Lucia was under a lot of stress in that moment, with Cindy disappearing, and was primarily concerned with protecting the other tailies. I think she might reasonably have doubted herself after the fact... or her mind may have played tricks on her. Also, her vision would have been impaired by the distance between her and Shannon (or "Shannon"), the rain, cloud cover and undergrowth.

The other tailies would have seen as did we in the other 48 days. The theory is a load of crap face it. Princess Dharma (banned)

Why are you so unfriendly? Do you talk to all new people on the boards like this?

Lies about her age?

Okay, am I missing something? Shannon says she's 18 when she's drinking Scotch with Boone after her father dies. We know her father dies in the same accident (or at least at the same time) that Sarah Shepard has her accident. That was four years before the crash of Oceanic 815. However, on the island Shannon states she's 20 years old. At one of these points, she must be lying, right? If she was eighteen at the time of the accident, she must be 22. Or, if she is indeed 20, she was 16 at the time of the accident. Now, I can't be sure, but I think on both occasions that she states her age, she's speaking to Boone...why would she lie to her step-brother, he obviously knows her age. Or maybe he doesn't...

It wasn't a lie...and it wasn't 4 years ago. It was 3 years ago. Desmond was in the hatch for 3 years. Desmond left to go on his trip shortly after his meeting with Jack and that was the same week that Sarah crashed into Adam Rutherford. Presumably Shannon had just recently 18 before Adam's death. She was presumably a few months shy of 21 when Hurley asked her age in season 1. She probably had her 21st birthday sometime in season 2 and it was never mentioned. User: ksofen666
That's an interesting theory, but is there any official confirmation or support for it? I'm especially troubled by the idea that Shannon must have had some "unseen birthday"; that sounds very much like fan-speculation to me. It seems at least as likely that she either lied to Boone about her age so he'd let her drink, or lied to Hurley about her age when she was taking the census in "Raised by Another". It's not like either would be out-of-character for her. So, what official evidence is there for one possibility or another? If there's no conclusive evidence, it seems to me that we shouldn't state any of the proposed theories as fact. -Silence 05:56, 25 July 2007 (PDT)

Jae Lee

Ok - here's some facts about Shannon and Jae Lee that could connect them in a coherant fashion based on what we already know (not merely abstract speculation on that "anything can happen in Lost so I'll add it without thinking"): Shannon is known to travel a lot (so you can't say "there's no way they could have met" - if Shannon can travel to Australia, it makes sense that she could have been to the same place in America that Jae Lee was when he was with his American woman, plus they may have even met in Korea, since Shannon travelled), they are roughly near enough the same ages to have been boyfriend and girlfriend, it's getting more and more clear that the producers are linking together characters pasts (so it's logical to assume Jae Lee's American woman will be one of the American women already on the show - Shannon is one of them) - et voila. So I'm going to be keeping it in the article, until someone can trash those three facts as baseless speculation. --Andyroo316 05:28, 16 September 2006 (PDT)

"so it's logical to assume Jae Lee's American woman will be one of the American women already on the show". Yeah because there aren't millions alive today. Shannon has apparently been conning Boone for a long time. Why didn't she just play Jae and get married without signing a pre-nup. If that is what happened why would she need to con Boone.--CaptainInsano 09:37, 16 September 2006 (PDT)
Didn't Jae meet the american woman at Harvard? Shannon almost certainly did not go to Harvard. Also there is a comment in The Hunting Party where Sun implies that she has been married to Jin for 4 years (she says something about obeying him for 4 years...presumably she didn't have to do so before the marriage). Jae told Sun about the girl from Harvard before Sun met Jin so that was at least 4-5 years ago. Given that Shannon is 20-21 that would make her 15-17 when she married Jae...which would be before Adam's death who died when Shannon was 18. Jae's woman cannot be Shannon.

While it is not 100% certain that they never met before, there is no actual evidence that she is Jae Lee's American woman, your entire argument is circumstantial, therefore it is speculation. Read this excerpt from the episode transcript of ...And Found:

JAE [subtitled]: I think you're great too, Sun. So... I'd really like for us to keep seeing each other. Our parents will be so thrilled. No more "matchmakers." No more pressure. We can be free. Can I tell you a secret?

SUN [subtitled]: Of course.

JAE [subtitled]: When I was at Harvard, I met an American woman... I haven't told my father yet, but... in six months, I'm going to move there and marry her. [Sun looks hurt/embarrassed] Wait... you didn't think --

Shannon's father died when she was 18, so just out of high school, and after that she didn't even have money to go to New York, let alone study at Harvard. Until you can come up with actual evidence, the speculation shouldn't be in the article --NSHS07 17:31, 17 September 2006 (PDT)

Boone might have given her money? Rukyi 17:07, 18 September 2006 (PDT)

She wouldn't take his money because she says, "I don't want your money".--CaptainInsano 14:21, 18 September 2006 (PDT)
Do you actually have evidence that she DIDN'T have the money to go to Harvard? Her whole family was rich and, sure she didn't get any of it from them, but it's clear she's swindled a lot of guys out of money later in her life, who says she wasn't able to do it to het own family before she moved out? It is a lot less speculation than some of the theories I've seen - such as Ethan being Sarah Shephard's "other man" because it's an anagram of his name (so?! it's just an anagram - an anagram of "Shan Rutherford" is "Andre for thrush" - so can I add in the theories that she'll meet a guy called Andre in one of her flashbacks because he's for thrush and loves her because she contracts it?). My main point was that Jae Lee's American Woman will almost definately be a female already in the show - that's enough ground as what we need at the moment - it's already more ground than about 50% of the theories on here. If you disagree with it, add a better, more compelling theory that people will agree with, or just add those counter-theories as a "**" thing instead of just removing it. Only remove it until it's actually shown as wrong when Jae Lee's American Woman is revealed. --Andyroo316 17:29, 19 September 2006 (PDT)
Are you serious? If she swindle money from her family why couldn't she go to New York? Why would she even care that her dad didn't give her money?--CaptainInsano 11:36, 19 September 2006 (PDT)

Apparently I don't have enough pull around here to persuade you to stop putting nonsense on here. Can a Sysop please resolve this issue --NSHS07 11:40, 19 September 2006 (PDT)

I am checking in the chat room. Stay strong.--CaptainInsano 11:51, 19 September 2006 (PDT)

Season 3

(moved speculation from article to talk page --   Jabberwock    talk    contribs    email   - 12:36, 19 September 2006 (PDT))
Shannon may appear in Season 3 - most likely in flashbacks [1].

Fine, I'm going to edit it again - to put it just into the theories section, since she isn't DEFINATELY in Season 3, but I'm putting it into the theories. That's one theory CaptainInsano won't dispute - her Season 2 filming would have ended at least 6 months ago by now, so I'm inferring from EVIDENCE that it's talking about Season 3, since British newspapers are normally up to date with info, rather than pretending that Season 2 really is all the world is up to on Lost - I know, I am British.--Andyroo316 16:32, 19 September 2006 (PDT)
  • What is this "EVIDENCE"? The british article linked doesn't say she's in season three, or even that she has filmed anything past what we've already seen. If there's an article somewhere with information, link to it. --Minderbinder 08:10, 20 September 2006 (PDT)
  • Please do not post speculation about cast appearances in character articles. This belongs on a discussion page until confirmed by an OFFICIAL source. Please see LP:TP for details on what is considered an official source. --   Jabberwock    talk    contribs    email   - 20:21, 19 September 2006 (PDT)

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  • Shannon will appear in Season 3 - most likely in flashbacks [2].
    • Maggie Grace has speculated that she may return from the dead. However it is more likely that she will appear in flashbacks.
    • She may appear to a character in a dream, like Ana Lucia has done.
    • She may appear in a flashback of Sawyer's - perhaps Brian worked with Sawyer to con her. Sawyer was in Australia at the time, had criminal contacts and has a history of how to con women that are divorced (as Shannon was).
    • Her ex-husband may know a current character, and therefore appear in their flashback.

Shannon as the monster

In the episode "Hearts and Minds" Shannon appears in Boones vision, acting very strange. She keeps asking Boone about the hatch as if she wants to find out what he knows. It could have been the monster appearing in Shannon's shape.

She doesn't ask him about the hatch she asks him what him and Locke are doing, because they are supposed to be boar hunting but they aren't bring back any boar.--CaptainInsano 16:54, 19 September 2006 (PDT)
No, that was the real Shannon. The Shannon that appeared tied to a tree and escaped with Boone while asking him what he thinks the hatch is is the monster-Shannon. :-)—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mdicander (talkcontribs) .
That was a illusion though.--CaptainInsano 12:11, 12 January 2007 (PST)


I'm currently working on the rewrite, let me know what you think when I'm done. --NSHS07 11:33, 20 September 2006 (PDT)


Captain Insano you are impossible. I refuse to continue this edit war. --Princess Dharma (banned) 10:57, 4 February 2007 (PST)

Just admit you were wrong, because if you truly were fight you would fight harder.--CaptainInsano

Why should I fight with you? It screws up the Recent Changes page. It's a trivial matter and if you want to act like a jerk about it fine. --Princess Dharma (banned) 11:01, 4 February 2007 (PST)

Act like a jerk, I thought I was a jerk.--CaptainInsano 11:12, 4 February 2007 (PST)


Shannon's only flashbacks were in ("Exodus, Part 1") and ("Abandoned") as they were from her perspective. ("Hearts and Minds") was solely from Boone's POV. - Comedy240 18:09, 30 March 2007 (PST)


When was it mentioned that Shannon had a husband? --Blueeagleislander 03:49, 14 April 2007 (PDT)

When Boone went to the police station to report Bryan, he mentioned she was married once, but isn't anymore--Phil 03:57, 14 April 2007 (PDT)

Hmm..interesting --Blueeagleislander 04:01, 14 April 2007 (PDT)

This is taken from the "Hearts and Minds" transcript:

[Boone turns to look at the commotion Sawyer is making. Then back to Malcolm.]

MALCOLM: Now, if that were her mate, see, then I could help you. Let's finish taking down the rest of your information. You were saying she's your sister, then why is her name Rutherford, and yours Carlyle? Is she married?

BOONE: She was married. She's not married anymore, and that has nothing to do with this. [Malcolm looks up at that statement, Boone looks flustered.] Rutherford is her father's name. Our parents got married when I was 10, she was 8.

MALCOLM: So she's your step-sister?

BOONE: That's right. --Phil 04:14, 14 April 2007 (PDT)

  • Maybe he was just lying so he could hide the fact they arent related. I don't think she was married at all. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Julietfan2626 (talkcontribs) 08:11, July 12, 2010.
  • Pictogram reply We have 0 evidence that suggests he was lying. Plus, I remember Maggie Grace stating, prior to season 2, that her upcoming flashback episode could perhaps focus on her marriage. It was on a spoiler site (Not DarkUFO) and I can't currently find it... but that just means Maggie thought Boone wasn't lying. I don't see why we should either. --LeoChris 16:21, July 12, 2010 (UTC)
    • Well then why didn't he just say 'She is my step-sister'. I think he was lying to cover the fact they arent related, because when the detective realises he is lying, Boone looks away like he has been caught. Julietfan2626 17:55, July 12, 2010 (UTC)
      • Shannon also refers to Boone as her 'brother' during a conversation with Claire during the Pilot, as well as during the fight in The End (only 2 examples out of many, really). Concidering the length of time they've been part of the same family, it really doesn't seem odd to me that they would ditch the 'step-' part. Futhermore, Boone tells the truth about his relation to Shannon in the same sentence he mentions her past marriage in. Why would he make that up, THEN admit the truth regarding their relationship? --LeoChris 18:59, July 12, 2010 (UTC)

Appearing in every season thus far

Like the character of Boone, Shannon has appeared in all three seasons despite being dead in the show's canon. Isn't this worth mentioning?--RichardAM 06:50, 29 April 2007 (PDT)

I wouldn't think so, Shannon died in season 2 and appeared in 1 flashback in Season 3. Its not that impressive--Phil (talk) 06:55, 29 April 2007 (PDT)


Can the main image be kept as Shannon blue.jpg? It's more aesthetically pleasing, and also, it's her character's most recent promo for Season 2! Also, it's i keeping with the eye contact to the camera. User:01lander 03:37 1 June 2008 (PDT)

01lander, please learn how to sign your comments. You can't use a signature template if you don't actually have one. Now then, why all this fuss about the infobox picture? 01lander has presented his arguments for using Image:Shannon blue.jpg; what are the arguments for using Image:ShannonS2a.jpg? A user posted to my talk page that Shannon blue is "too big"--they both look roughly the same size on my screen. Robert K S (talk) 07:56, 3 June 2008 (PDT)
  • Since the picture was changed again today, maybe this discussion should be continued ? I'd personally be in favor of Image:Shannon blue.jpg, but I'm not sure if it's an official promotional picture, or if it's just something taken out of a TV Guide shoot. (If that's the case, then Image:ShannonS2a.jpg has to stay, even if it's not her best picture ever. It's her most recent official promo picture.) Does anyone know ? --LeoChris 21:58, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

Shannon and Boone

Is it certain that Shannon and Boone actually had sex? (This claim is made on the Shannon Rutherford page and the Boone Carlyle page, but the episode page for Hearts and Minds doesn't claim they did or didn't.) I've seen plausible arguments suggesting that Boone either ended up changing his mind or was unable to do it with her. Unless there is some canonical proof one way or another, I think the S.R. and B.C. articles should not assert that they did.

Moreover, the Boone Carlye pages phrases it like this:

Intoxicated, she seduced Boone, and they had sex. Afterwards Shannon suggested that they return to Los Angeles and act like nothing had happened, leaving Boone feeling very confused and dejected.

Regardless of whether they did or didn't, this claim seems incorrect, since it suggests that Boone was upset solely because of what Shannon said. But in that scene, Boone is sitting on the edge of the bed, in the dark, looking like he's totally in despair, before Shannon makes her suggestion. — Lawrence King (talk) 21:31, 29 March 2009 (UTC)

P.S. On the DVD, the audio commentary is from the writers (Carlton Cuse and Javier Grillo-Marxuach), Maggie Grace, and Ian Somerhalder. During the scene where Boone looks dejected, Somerhalder (and Grace) characterize his reaction as that of "I coudln't perform". On the other hand, it's unclear if he is serious or joking, and even if he is serious, that doesn't make it canon. But it does call into question the idea that it's canon that they did have sex. — Lawrence King (talk) 22:19, 30 March 2009 (UTC)


User:George_Mathison changed Shannon's birth year to 1982 and her death date to Nov 9. In 2004, she states she is 20, putting her birth at 1984. Also according to Timeline:November_2004 Shannon died on November 8th, not the 9th it was changed to. I reverted those two dates, but started a post here in case there is a legitimate reason for the change. --Gluphokquen Gunih 19:14, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

Actually looking at Timeline:Pre-crash it appears she was born in 1983. Changing again. --Gluphokquen Gunih 19:18, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

It could be that she somehow know Desmond. In Translation Shannon says that she had a relationship with a sailman. One sailman was on the Island ,named Desmond.Coincidences?--Station7 20:18, September 23, 2009 (UTC)

Non-centric flashes in "Hearts and Minds"

-Yeah, I know Hearts and Minds "isn't Shannon-centric" (<- I don’t believe this to be true). But in light of the new “Non-centric flashes” thing, which is the System Ops way of acknowledging that Juliet and Libby had flashes, and that The Other 48 Days had centric characters (gasp, REALLY?) without actually admitting that they were wrong. Wikipedia has Hearts and Minds listed as Shannon-centric, at the very least, PLEASE put it under non-centric flashes. “She had no flashes from her POV”? Then explain half of Jin and Sun’s centric episodes. Explain S.O.S., EXPLAIN “EXPOSE”, where most of the flashbacks were Nikki’s POV, Paulo was even absent from the first one, and yet it’s just as much Paulo-centric as it is Nikki-centric. I’m really sick of the fact that the rules are inconsistent. Shannon was a huge part of this episode, she deserves her credit for it. DieYoungStayPretty 04:18, July 16, 2010 (UTC)Die Young Stay Pretty.

Pictogram reply Alright, I'll address this point by point. What Wikipedia does or says is irrelevant. We're not the same thing, we don't look at the material under the same light. Futhermore, multiple Lost-related articles on wikipedia are misleading and/or wrong. You'll notice, for example, that not all the articles take into concideration the finale's new regulars when they list main characters, or that Kiele Sanchez's cameo in season 4 is completely ignored. As such, Wikipedia is not a referrence. I think they disagree about a couple of other centricities too (I'm currently too lazy to check, but This Place is Death, 316, Namaste and Follow the Leader come to mind as easy guesses.) As for the examples you listed: Exposé featured flashes from both Paulo's and Nikki's perspectives, (Paulo hiding the diamonds in the bathroom, for example is clearly from his point of view. While the entire prologue with Corvette is Nikki's.) and also featured scenes where only one of the two was present. The Exposé shooting for Nikki and the 32 days ago flash for Paulo. If you look at the transitions (who the camera does a close-up on during the shifts between present and flashbacks) you'll notice that they include both Nikki and Paulo. Those transitions are what we based ourselves on to determine the centricites of both Follow the Leader and This Place is Death. I'm not an expert on Sun and Jin, but you'll notice that not all of their episodes are shared centricities. Let's do them one by one. House of the Rising Sun had nothing to do with Jin's POV, just like ...In Translation had nothing to do with Sun's. They're actually counterpart to one another. ...And Found clearly featured scenes from both POVs. The Whole Truth had nothing to do with Jin, look at the transitions. The Glass Ballerina featured scenes from both POVs. (Sun had her childhood flashback, Jin had his confrontation with Jae) D.O.C. is once again all about Sun. Jin Yeon is a given centricity to both for obvious reasons. This Place is Death has been ruled Sun/Jin centric because of the constant transitions from Jin to Sun in the first place. The Package is also centric to both as it contains both POVs. SOS features transitions from both characters. After the first flashback, for example, we go from flashback Rose to present Bernard. That's a technique widely used in Sun/Jin centrics that are centric to both of them. I'm not sure you get the concept of what a non-centric flash is. You've suggested Abandoned was Sabrina-centric. Having a non-centric flash means having a flashback, not simply appearing in one, or all, of them. I'm sure you can tell the difference between Libby having a flashback at the end of Dave and Shannon appearing in all of Boone's flashbacks. --LeoChris 06:30, July 16, 2010 (UTC)
Just to mention one thing (LeoChris said everything else perfectly) - the term "non-centric flashback" isn't entirely accurate. To me, that says a flashback was not centric to a character, but they appeared in it. What we actually mean is a non-centric episode, with a single centric flashback for the character in question. For example, Libby in "Dave". "Dave" is a Hurley episode, everyone knows that. Libby has one centric scene at the very end of the flashback. I think "Episode(s) featuring non-centric flashes" should be renamed to "Non-centric episode(s) featuring flashes" to tell the reader that the episode was not centric to the character, but a flash was. To explain my edit summary note, Shannon had NO flashes from her POV in "Hearts and Minds". Not once does she have a scene where only she appears and Boone does not. The episode follows Boone's attempt to bring Shannon home. His visit the the police station, bribing Bryan, going back to the hotel after the fight. Not once do we see what Shannon is up to while all this is going on. If, for example, we had seen the break up between her and Bryan while Boone was at the hotel, that would count as a centric for her. But no, we only hear that it happened. The rules are consistent throughout this wiki. Perhaps we could do with guidelines on the way we determine centrics or something (there might even be something on the top of the centrics or flashback article) but to most of us, it's pretty clear cut. And don't try and use the "wikipedia does this" argument because we're not wikipedia. Now, I like your username because I am a Blondie fan, but I don't like your approach to trying to change long time established centricities.--Baker1000 16:54, July 16, 2010 (UTC)
I'll explain SOS and Expose. Expose is Paulo-centric because there is at least one flash that focuses only on him, and it's also a major plot of the flash plot instead of something unrelated like Juliet or Libby. SOS doesn't have any scenes featuring only Bernard, but the first half of the flashes are framed from his POV. Note how we find out about Rose's cancer as he does; if this was only Rose-centric, surely we'd find out when she did instead of when he did. --Golden Monkey 20:30, July 16, 2010 (UTC)

New Photo

  • New photos from Maggie's photoshoot from Season 2 have been released. I think it's time for a new pic, some of the ones with her in a white shirt are really nice, what do you think? Here's the link! --Johno1995 16:39, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
  • I personally think this is the nicest one.
Shannon new
  • Pictogram voting support Yes, that's a good one. --- Balk Of Fametalk 17:09, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
  • Pictogram voting support Yeah I agree, it looks really good. --Johno1995 19:12, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
  • Pictogram voting support Wow... these are all wonderful! I'm just not sure that particular picture would work well as a portal. Perhaps we could use one of these two for her portal. She looks into the camera on those. Which is good for portals. --LeoChris 20:57, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
    • I think the second one works better, I love the way she's looking at the camera in that one. But either one would make a good portal image! --Johno1995 21:15, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
    • I'd vote this one [3] or this one [4]. :) Alexisfan07, August 24, 2010
      • Am I ok uploading the one where she's looking into the camera, the first one I posted? Alexisfan07 August 25, 2010
        • The one shown on the left here appears to be the more popular choice for now. Perhaps we could wait for a few more votes? --LeoChris 02:53, August 26, 2010 (UTC)
          • I uploaded the one that I thought had the most votes, I could be wrong. I guess I'd say leave it until we know for sure but I think it looks good. I don't like the weird water/overhanging tree background on the above one. Alexisfan07 August 26, 2010
            • I honestly prefer the second one you posted, Alexisfan, the one where she has a white shirt and she's underneath the tree branches. My vote goes to that one. --Johno1995 03:26, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

Flash Sideways

Why are some people changing Flash Sideways to Afterlife? I am under the impression, we are using the creators terminology Flash Sideways unless there is specific clarification from Cuse/Lindelof, perhaps in the LOST Encyclopedia that is coming out soon. If there is no clarification, I thought we were to continue using the creators terminology. I got this impression from Plkrtn's comments on the Flash Sideways World talk page. Is this correct? --Just Sayin' JSTalk LBC LBCTalk eMail 20:10, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

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