In the aftermath of Juliet detonating the hydrogen bomb, Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Miles, Hurley and Jin find themselves still on the island in contemporary 2007 where they try to rescue Juliet in the remains of the Swan Station hatch, while Hurley has a meeting with the ghostly Jacob who tells them to take the severely wounded Sayid to a sanctuary temple. Meanwhile, Ben discovers that 'Locke' is not the same Locke who arrived and he wants to have a few words with the de facto leader Richard. In an alternate 2004, Flight 815 is shown landing at Los Angeles without incident where most of the group intermingle with the other passengers without knowledge of them ever meeting. Written by
Maggie Grace was originally meant to appear in the "flash-sideways" sequences, but had to back out at the last minute due to a scheduling conflict. She was later able to appear in the series finale. See more »
Jack buckles up his seat belt after the first bump on the plane but after Bernard returns he stands up without being seen to unbuckle it. See more »
[as the Man in Black]
Hello, Richard. Nice to see you out of those chains.
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One of the interesting things is that now you will know something creepier about the black smoke. And I like how they dealt with Juliet. We heard they will cut her out of the show but at least they dealt with it elegantly. The matter of being cut out of this show doesn't make any sense as we all now agree that it's just the matter of time for you to come back. I hope I will see Juliet again soon. It felt great to feel the LA touchdown and how thing would happen if all of this had never happened. It was just so emotional to experience it, especially when the whole show has become part of your memory. YOu feel like you were one of them. I felt home when sitting down watching the show. Something is still really wrong ahead and that's how you just can't wait to see What Kate Does soon.
I love the actors. They are just so good.
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