Michael's Mystery Messenger
An unanswered question on this page asks if it really was Walt. Future episodes either prove or make it extremely suggested that it was not Walt but one or more of the Others, as it turned out to be a trap, the Others had video surveillance of the Swan from the Pearl, Locke finds a computer in the Pearl that can be used to type messages to the Swan, and I think Ben while at the Pearl makes mention of the plan to use Michael. -- macosx 23:26, 31 May 2007 (PDT)
- All good points.. but does Locke really find a computer which can send messages to the Swan? I thought that it just printed out the log and that was it.... -- 00:38, 1 June 2007 (PDT)
- Isn't it supposed to be facts about the actual episode only... if something gets confirmed or questions get answered in a later episode it shouldn't be put in this article... that's because in this episode it's still unanswered. / Dreamingtree72 14:09, 14 February 2008 (PST)
Blood stains blooper removed
I've removed the following blooper:
"The blood stains on Eko's hand (which was due to Yemi being shot) switch sides on the doorway to the plane. Before the plane takes off in Nigeria, Eko grabs the right hand side of the door (from inside the plane), leaving blood on the wall. When Eko is exploring the crashed plane on the island, the blood stains are on the left hand side of the doorway."
The plane is upside down in the jungle, that's why the stains switch sides. This is not a blooper.
Unanswered questions - Beechcraft
The question - Why was the Beechcraft flying over the Pacific?
Should this be reworded as - How did the plane leaving Nigeria land on the island?
Presumabley the idea is that the island may not haven been in the Pacific at the time of the crash.
--ShemWhistler 20:44, 13 February 2009 (UTC)
- ...can't it be removed now? We know the answer now-it happened to pass over wherever the Island was at that time, 'cause it's always moving. --Golden Monkey 13:23, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
The blooper that says Yemi's corpse had a full head of hair, yet his head was shaved while alive...doesn't hair continue to grow even after death? Same with nails, at least I thought so. I could be totally wrong and looking like a fool here. Also, when Claire recalls Charlie's drug addiction due to him telling her, how would she remember that? He told her that before she got taken, and didn't remember anything that happened until a few episodes after this one.
These are just things ive noticed while rewatching the series, just wondering if I'm right or wrong. Thanks. --Joshtopher27 06:28, January 22, 2011 (UTC)
- Not sure about the hair thing, but you could be right. As for Charlie and Claire, well Claire probably got her memories up until the point she was kidnapped back. And it's possible that Charlie came out with the truth again in order to be honest with her, instead of waiting until she remembered herself and then flew off on one because he tried to pull the wool over her eyes. "Homecoming" ended with Claire saying she wants to trust Charlie, so who knows how much he told her in order to gain her trust again.--Baker1000 12:15, January 22, 2011 (UTC)