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4 is a number in the Arabic Numeral System—the most widely used numeral system in the world. The number 4 first sponsored Sesame Street in its second week, beginning with episode 0006. The number 4 has since sponsored many episodes of Sesame Street and was featured prominently in episode 0734.

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Image from the Jigsaw Puzzles

4 is the first of the Numbers. Below is a list of appearances on the show, by episode chronology.

4 is a very common number, and many of the occurrences could be coincidental. See article: apophenia.


Occurrences in the show

Season 1

  • Jack tells the pilot that at least 48 people survived the plane crash.
  • The doubling cube shows number 4 while Locke explains backgammon to Walt. (This changes to a 16 in the same scene.) ("Pilot, Part 2")
  • Locke had lived with his paralysis for 4 years. ("Walkabout")
  • Boone's T-shirt had the number 84 on it (in the form of a Japanese kanji symbol). ("Solitary")

Season 2

The Swan countdown timer at four minutes.

Season 3

Season four of the TV show Exposé

Season 4

The Lost Experience

  • Zander is missing for 4 months before Cliff begins to search for him. (Bad Twin)
  • Cliff began his search for Zander on April 15th (4/15) (Bad Twin)

Season 5

  • When riding the elevator to meet Sun, Kate tells Aaron to push the button "Three One". (3+1=4). ("Because You Left")
  • The swinging pendulum in Ms. Hawking's lab passes the camera 4 times, then another 4 times (making 8). If we continue counting from there, we get a total of 16 passes (and consequently, 15 before it). ("The Lie")
  • Many survivors were killed in the fourth time shift. ("The Lie")
  • Miles senses the graves of 4 dead U.S. soldiers. ("Jughead")
  • Juliet fired 4 shots at the people in the outrigger. ("The Little Prince")
  • When Montand was pulled under the temple by the smoke monster, 4 people tried to pull him out ("This Place Is Death")
  • On the beach, Rousseau fired the gun 4 times - once at Robert, three times at Jin. ("This Place Is Death")
  • 4 people went to see Eloise Hawking - Ben, Jack, Sun, and Desmond. ("This Place Is Death")
  • The donkey wheel blinked 4 times before John Locke turned it the final time. ("This Place Is Death")
  • Desmond tells Ms. Hawking that going to the Island has cost him 4 years of his life. ("316")
  • Jack's Grandfather, Ray has made 4 failed attempts to escape from his retirement home. ("316")
  • Jack sees a photo of the Island dated September 23,1954. ("316")
  • The death date on the headstone John Locke visited was April (Which is month number 4) 8, 2006. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")
  • Widmore asks John Locke how long it's been since he walked into the Others' camp, Locke replies 4 days. ("The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham")
  • LaFleur beeps the horn 4 times for Miles to come outside. ("LaFleur")
  • Young Miles found the dead body in apartment 4. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Sawyer directed Miles to the security monitors and saw Sawyer and Kate on monitor 4. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • Horace told Miles to deliver a package to Radzinsky at grid 334. ("Some Like It Hoth")
  • There are 4 bars on the middle window of the Dharma van

Season 6

Outside the show and real life occurrences

  • The central tenets of Buddhism are called the Four Noble Truths.
  • The object in the Connect Four game is to get four of your checkers in a row, either in a vertical, horizontal, or diagonal way.
  • 4 is a bad luck number in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese culture. It is associated as the death number.
  • Humans experience the world in 4 dimensions: length, width, height, and time.
  • 4 gospels.
  • 4 seasons.
  • 4 elements (earth, water, air and fire)
  • 4 horsemen of the apocalypse (war, famine, plague and death)
  • At the Passover seder every year, Jewish people ask 4 questions, drink 4 cups of wine, and discuss the story of the 4 sons.
  • From TV Tropes, a list of the number 4 uses in TV, Books and many other.[1]

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