Lost (2004–2010)
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Happily Ever After 

Charles Widmore brings Desmond back to the island so that he can conduct a dangerous electromagnetic experiment, which sends him back to the alternate reality in Los Angeles, a reality where he has never met Penny.

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Sayid Jarrah
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Richard Alpert (credit only)
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Claire Littleton
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Benjamin 'Ben' Linus (credit only)
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Frank Lapidus (credit only)
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Dr. Jack Shephard
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Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
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James 'Sawyer' Ford (credit only)
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Sun-Hwa Kwon (credit only)
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Miles Straume (credit only)
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Katherine 'Kate' Austen (credit only)
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John Locke (credit only)
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Ilana Verdansky (credit only)
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Desmond learns that he was abducted by Charles Widmore and brought back to the island. Widmore's team prepares to perform an electromagnetic test with Desmond and accidentally kills one of the men during the preparation of the experiment. Desmond is sent to the parallel reality in Los Angeles, where he meets his friend Charles Widmore. Desmond is assigned to release the addicted Drive Shaft bass player Charlie Pace from the jail to play in the charity event promoted by Widmore's wife Eloise for her son Daniel. Desmond invites Charlie to go to a five star hotel to play but Charlie pulls the steering wheel of Desmond's car and throws it into the sea. Charlie refuses to play and tells him to look for Penny. Desmond visits Mrs. Widmore to tell that Charlie will not play and he meets her son Daniel, who is a musician, and tells that he feels misfit in the world. Daniel tells Desmond where he can find his half-sister Penny. When Desmond meets her, he awakes in Widmore's camp. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When Desmond visits the Widmore estate you can notice Daniel is playing the same Chopin piece that David Shephard plays at his performance in episode 6.5. Also Eloise is wearing broaches that are reminiscent of the markings made on the world map at the Lamppost Station. See more »

Goofs

When Sayid finds Jin taped up in the restaurants' store room and says he doesn't know who he is and doesn't care, he says it in a British accent (as Naveen Andrews is from Britain), not an Iraqi accent. See more »

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Referenced in Chikara: Happily Ever After (2017) See more »

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outstanding.
9 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

once again a really left of field episode and the return of an old friend.i really wish lost would do what lots of other TV shows do,that is not show the guest star's name in the credits at the beginning.you know straight away who is going to pop up and leaving their name off till the end would be more of a surprise.desmond is one of the show's best characters and its great to see him back.coupled with the alternate time line inserts this episode really upped the ante'and only leaves the door open for more questions.the appearance of a couple of back story characters made the whole thing race along and gave us all food for thought.


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