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Image from "Pilot, Part 2" of Locke holding two backgammon pieces
Locke's eyes are shown black and white in a dream during "Raised by Another"
Black and white stones found in a pouch on one of the bodies in the cave in "House of the Rising Sun".

The colors black and white are often depicted together in Lost, perhaps to show the symbolism of contrasts.

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Occurrences

Every season

  • The title and credits screens are a black background with white text.
  • The DHARMA Initiative logo, and those of individual DHARMA stations, are black and white.

Season 1

Season 2

The black and white countdown timer
Clever use of cinematography to bring out the theme in "Collision"

Season 3

The white bunny with a black number in "Every Man for Himself"
Charlie's lost shoe in "Greatest Hits"
  • Ben is often shown with his face half dark, half light, which reflects the ambiguity of his character.
  • Just before Locke talks to Kate and tells her that he's leaving with the Others, Kate is shown moving white backgammon pieces around on a backgammon game board. ("Left Behind")
  • When Locke talks to Kate and tells her that he's leaving with the Others, he has a (bruised) black eye. This recalls Claire's dream in "Raised by Another" in which Locke has one black eyeball and one white eyeball. ("Left Behind")
  • Ben's kitchen is red, white and black. ("One of Us")
  • Charlie loses his black and white shoe when he dives into the ocean. ("Greatest Hits")
  • The Looking Glass station is named after a Lewis Carroll book in which the main character Alice has a black mischievous cat, which is blamed for all the chaos in her dream and a white cat, which is deemed innocent.
  • Juliet uses white coral to mark the tents of the women to take. ("Through the Looking Glass")
  • When Jack is crossing the street to the funeral home, a police car passes. ("Through the Looking Glass")

Season 4

Ben's half shadowed face while visiting Charles Widmore in the episode "The Shape of Things to Come"
Widmore's half shadowed face while speaking with Ben in the episode "The Shape of Things to Come"

Season 5

Lost: Missing Pieces

ARGs

  • In the Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project, recruits were sorted at the end of the process into either of the groups "Black Swan" or "White Swan", depending on if the recruits used supplied cheats.

Producer commentary

  • In November 2009, executive producer and co-creator Damon Lindelof commented on the use of the black and white theme in the backgammon scene in "Pilot, Part 2", stating: "We did know that when Locke referred to the black and the white, that ultimately that concept was going to be personified by two individuals." [1]

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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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Description

Ingredients

  • stephen ceideburg
  • 6 darjeeling tea bags
  • 4 cup boiling water (1 quart)
  • 4 cup whole milk (1 quart)
  • 1 granulated sugar to taste

Directions

This recipe is an elegant interpretation of the classic black tea with milk. Prepare a strong brew of darjeeling tea, using 6 tea bags in 4 cups boiling water. Steep for 5 minutes, gently squeeze tea bags and remove. Pour v2 cup plus 2 tablespoons of hot tea into each tea cup. Foam milk in the steamer of ail espresso machine. Top each cup with foamed milk and sweeten with Sugar to taste. Per serving: 100 calories (21 percent from protein, 30 percent from carbohydrate, 49 percent from fat), 5 grams protein, 8 grams carbohydrate, 5 grams fat, 22 milligrams cholesterol, 80 milligrams sodium. Exchanges: ½ milk, 1 fat. Makes 6 servings from the portland oregonian"s foodday, 12/22/93

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