Previously on Lost
Season 4, Episode 2
Better late than never, but sometime you can not help these things. Onwards. The Losties all 324 of them are confirmed dead…really? but…but?
We open with a familiar scene to anyone who was following the Fund 815 ARG in the lead up to the premiere, we see two remotely operated vehicles (ROV) searching for something in the depths of the ocean. Low and behold what do they find but the wreckage of Oceanic 815 at the bottom of a trench.
There are a couple of inconsistencies between the way it played out in this episode and how it played out in Find815, but I think thats probably something to do with them being produced separately. After all they do say that it was the crew of the Christiane 1 that found it, so that fits, but in Find 815 there was only one ROV. At least I’m pretty sure there was.
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I’ve already covered bits of this in a couple of other posts, but episode 2 “Confirmed Dead” adds some interesting points to my argument.
On the Island it is supposedly almost Christmas 2004, remembering that the plane crashed on the 22nd September 2004.
In Find815 the main character Sam made mention that he wouldn’t be home for Christmas (no year mentioned), which would lead you to believe that the expedition he was on was taking place around December/January. Originally I thought this was taking place at the end of 2007/start of 2008, to coincide with the “press release” from Oceanic stating that they would begin flying again on the 31st December 2007. Seemed to make sense that they would abandon the search, and then resume flying. Right?
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Lost and Found
It was Ms Hawking, who we’d seen previously in “Flashes before your eyes” and it appears that she has her very own personal Dharma station in the depths below a church, where she’s using this big magnetic pendulum thing, an ancient computer (like in the Swan), and a bunch of complex mathematical equations to help Ben get those that left back to the island.
Charlotte finds out about the discovery of the Flight 815 wreckage while in Tunisia (where the polar bear was found). Based on the timeline of events on the island, and the Find 815 ARG the wreckage was found approximately in early December 2004. Why was there a Dharma polar bear in Tunisia, and why did Charlotte seem to recognise the Dharma logo? Both are questions for another time.
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