Jack, Kate and Sawyer fight over possession of a newly discovered locked metal briefcase which might contain insights into Kate's mysterious past. More of fugitive Kate's background story is revealed, showing her participating in a bank robbery in New Mexico just to uncover something hidden in one of the safety deposit boxes. Meanwhile, Sayid asks a reluctant Shannon to translate notes he took from the French woman. A rising tide threatens to engulf the fuselage and the entire beach encampment, and Rose and a grieving Charlie tentatively bond over Claire's baffling disappearance. Written by
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(Episode #1.12), Shannon describes having been in France and seeing a children's animated movie about "computer fish" that ends with the song "La Mer" (known as "Beyond the Sea" in English). Although Shannon doesn't know the name of the movie, it is clearly Finding Nemo
(2003), although the French dub of Finding Nemo, like the original American movie, ended with Robbie Williams
's English cover of "Beyond the Sea" instead of the French source. This show and Finding Nemo are both products of the same parent company, Disney. On the DVD region 2 release (Eurpoe/france) the french track does have the french version of Beyond The Sea, this may have only been changed on the DVD release as Williams recorded a french language version for a disc being released of combined hits for a international market, and so may not have been available for a theatrical release. See more
When Boone talks to Shannon about his and Locke's whereabouts, the symbol on Boone's shirt disappears completely when he kneels beside her. See more
[Sawyer has climbed a tree in attempt to break the briefcase
Impact velocity. Physics my ass.
[He drops the case but it doesn't break open
Son of a... Unbelievable!
References Finding Nemo
Written by J.J. Abrams See more