Jack and Sayid proceed with their plan to detonate the hydrogen bomb to destroy the island, as well as the Dharma Initiative, hoping to change the future. Meanwhile, Juliet convinces Sawyer that they must return to the island to prevent the destruction which could change their future. In the future, Locke tells Ben that he must kill Jacob, as they and Sun trek with the Richard and the Others into the jungle to look for the mysterious Jacob. Elsewhere the shady Flight 316 survivors trek across the island with a strange package. Written by
Did You Know?
In Lost: Live Together, Die Alone
(2006), Sayid wondered why the remaining foot of the large statue only has four toes. Although the question is never explicitly answered in the series, this episode provides a good look of the full statue (we only saw the back of it in Lost: LaFleur
(2009)), revealing that it has the body of a human, and the face of an animal (hippopotamus). The implied reason for the statue having four toes on its feet is because it does not depict a human, but a human-animal hybrid (later revealed to be the Egyptian goddess Taweret). See more
During James "Sawyer" Ford's parents' funeral scene, a 1977-model Cadillac hearse as well as a 1980-model Cadillac hearse are shown. (Since IMDb reports that James Ford was born in 1969, and the screen note reads that he is 8 years old, this funeral took place in 1977.) See more
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
Don't worry, dude. Everything will be fine when Jack changes the future. Or the past. One of those.
The "Lost" title card logo at the end of this episode is in black text against a white background, the opposite of its standard design. See more
Written by J.J. Abrams See more