Flight 815 is shown successfully landing in Los Angeles with no crash on the island, but the survivors are simultaneously shown still on the island after Juliet detonates the bomb.

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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 matt-282

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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 »

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In the bathroom at the airport, it appears that all the stall doors open inward, as they do in most bathrooms. However, the single stall Kate enters happens to have a door that swings outward. This appears to be simply so she can kick the door outward and ambush the marshal. See more »

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John Locke: [as the Man in Black] Hello, Richard. Nice to see you out of those chains.
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References Crocodile Dundee (1986) See more »

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Better then S01E01. You bet it is.
5 February 2010 | by (Croatia) – See all my reviews

Just plain and simple...awesome opening episodes.

I think this opening episodes are even better then first episode from season one.

That's how good this is. Just amazing...and i think it's just getting better and better.

I hope that some answers will be answered but there are so many of them, so i can just hope they will.

All in all storyline,emotions in acting,musical score...i think in next ten years,or even more it's going to be hard to beat this TV show in all categories that i mentioned.


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