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Brennan was a member of Danielle Rousseau's science expedition, which was marooned on the Island in 1988.

On the Island

Brennan was first mentioned in "Pilot, Part 2" when the survivors listen to Danielle Rousseau's transmission. She mentions that she is in the radio tower and that "Brennan took the keys." He finally appears for the first time when he, Montand, Robert, and Danielle discover a time-traveling Jin stranded in the ocean. They rescue him and bring him to shore. ("The Little Prince") While traveling to the radio tower with the rest of his expedition, Brennan and the rest of the team were attacked by the monster, who killed Nadine and abducted Montand after ripping off his arm. Brennan, Robert, and Lacombe followed the monster into the hole. Some time afterwards, they presumably began to act different due to the sickness, and were killed by Rousseau. Brennan's corpse, along with Lacombe's, was found on the beach by Jin, with three bullet wounds in the chest. ("This Place Is Death")


  • In the official ABC press release for "The Little Prince", Brennan was credited as Frenchman #3.
  • In "This Place Is Death", this character is referred to by Robert as Bruno. This may be a blooper, as it is the first name of the cast member who plays Brennan.
  • "Brennan" is also the last name of Kate's childhood sweetheart, Tom.

Unanswered questions

  • What are tke keys Danielle mentions in the tranmission?
    • Why did Brennan take them?

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