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Flash-sideways Timeline
(Oceanic Flight 815 lands at LAX)
Charlie Pace
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Dexter Stratton - Great Grandfather
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S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6

You may be looking for his counterpart in the original timeline.

Charlie Hieronymus Pace is a drug-addict and passenger aboard Oceanic flight 815.

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Before the flight

Charlie was born the second son to the Pace family household in December, 1976. He was brought up in the United Kingdom, presumably playing music. At some point in his life, he learned to play the guitar, He also became either a casual user of heroin, or an addict of the narcotic.

Because these events predate the Incident in July 1977, they are assumed to have occurred in the alternate timeline as well.

Flight 815

Charlie asks Jack if he is alive. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Midway through the flight, Charlie attempts to swallow his stash of heroin by ingesting it in a mid-section lavatory. He is in the restroom for half an hour before calling the attention of the airline staff, who enlist the help of Jack Shephard when they assume something has gone wrong. When Charlie does not respond to their calls, Sayid Jarrah - a stranger - kicks in the door. Charlie is unconscious, and attempts to resuscitate him fail until Jack is able to reach the small plastic baggie lodged in Charlie's throat. After waking up, Charlie is less than thankful, ironically stating that he was "supposed to die". He is placed in makeshift handcuffs and reseated by the airline staff. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

After the flight

When the plane lands in Los Angeles, police officers board the plane to escort Charlie into their custody. On his way out, the stewards retrieve his guitar case. ("LA X, Parts 1 & 2")

Trivia

Charlie's heirloom ring.
  • Aboard the flight, Charlie is seen wearing his ring.


Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Charlie Pace (flash-sideways timeline)/Theories



Why is his hair shorter than it was on the initial flight in Pilot, Part 1? Was his different hair cut intentional?

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