The story of 7 kids lost on a deserted island in the Pacific.
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 Lex (30 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Eric (30 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Jackson (30 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Daley (30 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Taylor (28 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Nathan (27 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Melissa (27 episodes, 2005-2007)
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This show focuses on 7 of the 10 teenage survivors of a plane crash. They're all from LA but not all of them are friends. Their plane lands on some island in the South Pacific. 3 of the teens and the pilot go off in the jungle to explore it leaving the other 7 to worry about setting up camp and finding enough food and water. They have a radio but it is a long time before they get any contact with anyone. Each episode takes place within 1 or half a day of them being on the island. Drama occurs between the castaways revealing their insecurities, crushes, egos, and social problems. Surviving becomes more than just finding enough food and shelter. They eventually become like a family, having to learn to live and work together Written by Anonymous

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Some of the crew and filming locations were shared with the ABC show, "Lost". See more »

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Abby: You won't believe what I've been through.
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Followed by Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango (2007) See more »

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Great Show!!
7 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Flight 29 Down is without a doubt one of my favorite shows. I know that people think that it's only for kids around the ages of like 8-12, but I'm older than that and absolutely love it!! I know some of the problems they have are more to teach kids lessons about sharing and being nice to other people, general things like that, but i think they are important lessons that kids should know. I think every person in the group is kind of there to teach you something. Erik is easy. He's there to teach kids that 1) in your life you're going to have to deal with people who only think about the good of themselves and 2) that it's not good to only think of yourself and do things that may help you, but hurt others. I think Taylor is mainly there to teach you that things happen in your life that you can't control. But you should try to do something about it. Taylor doesn't exactly help the group or anything, but she does when things are tough and they really need her. I think Mel is just simply supposed to teach kids that by being nice to people you'll usually get the same from them and that being a nice person and helping people is a good thing. I think that Jackson is there to teach kids that just because someone may have done a bad thing, that doesn't make them a bad person. When the group found out Jackson's secret, they were all a bit afraid. They didn't know what he would do to them, but they discovered that Jackson is a great person who really tries to help everything go smoothly. Lex. Lex is without a doubt the brains. He is like, what 9 and I think he's smarter than the other 6 put together. He's there to teach kids that when bad things happen you shouldn't exactly freak out and panic, but that it helps to try to stay calm and figure out what to do. Nathan is mainly there to teach people that if you can't do something, or you can't do it well that you shouldn't just give up. Daley is the leader. She seems to always solve the problems and make things better around camp. She helps kids realize that people who seem bossy or whatever are usually just natural leaders and even though sometimes it's hard to work with a bossy person, they usually save you in some way. I think that's why Daley's my favorite character on this show. She always can find a solution to any kind of problem the group may be having. I guess what I'm trying to get down to is that Fight 29 Down is a great show for both kids and adults. I give it a 10!


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