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| FirstHeard={{ep|5x16}}
 
| FirstHeard={{ep|5x16}}
 
| Listen=<mp3 url="http://www.assembla.com/spaces/soundia/documents/c-KU0Gwlir36xZeJe5cbLr/download?filename=15-TheTangeledWeb.mp3"/>
 
| Listen=<mp3 url="http://www.assembla.com/spaces/soundia/documents/c-KU0Gwlir36xZeJe5cbLr/download?filename=15-TheTangeledWeb.mp3"/>
| Played={{ep|5x16}}<br>{{ep|5x17}}<br>{{ep|6x01}}<br>{{Ep|6x02}}<br>{{ep|6x04}}<br>{{ep|6x05}}<br>{{ep|6x07}}<br>{{ep|6x09}}<br>{{ep|6x10}}
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| Played={{ep|5x16}}<br>{{ep|5x17}}<br>{{ep|6x01}}<br>{{Ep|6x02}}<br>{{ep|6x04}}<br>{{ep|6x05}}<br>{{ep|6x07}}<br>{{ep|6x09}}<br>{{ep|6x10}}<br>{{ep|6x15}}
 
}}
 
}}
 
'''"The Tangled Web"''' is an orchestral piece on the [[Season 5]] soundtrack. It serves as [[Jacob]]'s character theme.
 
'''"The Tangled Web"''' is an orchestral piece on the [[Season 5]] soundtrack. It serves as [[Jacob]]'s character theme.
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**The Man in Black is approached by Jacob and tells him why he tried to kill him. Jacob gives him the corked wine bottle, which the Man in Black dramatically smashes on the log. {{crossref|6x09}}
 
**The Man in Black is approached by Jacob and tells him why he tried to kill him. Jacob gives him the corked wine bottle, which the Man in Black dramatically smashes on the log. {{crossref|6x09}}
 
*Jack talks to Sun about their destiny as [[candidates]]. {{crossref|6x10}}
 
*Jack talks to Sun about their destiny as [[candidates]]. {{crossref|6x10}}
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*Jacob is born and named. {{crossref|6x15}}
   
 
==Variations==
 
==Variations==

Revision as of 10:34, 17 May 2010

"The Tangled Web" is an orchestral piece on the Season 5 soundtrack. It serves as Jacob's character theme.

Sheet music

Copy of Jacob s theme.png

Main appearance

Jacob is introduced for the first time, weaving his tapestry. He goes outside the statue of Taweret, cuts up a fish, and speaks with the Man in Black, his nemesis, as they watch a ship approach the island. ("The Incident, Part 1")

Full list of appearances

Variations

The theme from "The Tangled Web" appears in "Blessings and Bombs" and "Jacob's Stabber".

Title significance

The title refers to Jacob weaving his tapestry.


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