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Enhanced version of Season 5, Episode 3: Jughead-Enhanced

Produced by: Met|Hodder


Act 1

This takes place in the Philippines
at some time after
Desmond and Penny were reunited.
Penny was searching for Desmond
for nearly three years.
Her search boat found Desmond
and the Oceanic 6, stranded in a raft
in the South Pacific.
Desmond and Penny are hiding
from Penny's father, Charles Widmore
who hired a mercenary team
to kill everyone on the island.

Penny and Des will name their son Charlie
after Charlie Pace, an Oceanic 815 survivor
who died on the island
in an attempt to secure rescue.

This takes place two years after
Desmond's son Charlie was born.
Des met Penny at a monastery in Scotland
where Desmond was studying to be a monk.
It didn't work out and Des was dismissed
from the monastery, as revealed
in the Season 3 episode, "Catch-22."
Desmond broke up with Penny
as revealed in the Season 3 episode
"Flashes Before Your Eyes."
Widmore believes Desmond is a coward
and tried to bribe Desmond to leave Penny
as revealed in the Season 2 finale
"Live Together, Die Alone."
In this season's premiere episode
"Because You Left"
Faraday told Des in order to save his friends
he must find Faraday's mother at Oxford.
Only recently could Desmond "remember"
the conversation with Faraday.

This is Daniel Faraday, a physicist
who has done experiments with time travel.
Faraday's group was separated
from Sawyer and Juliet
during the flaming arrow attack
in the previous episode, "The Lie."
Headache, double vision and dizziness
are all symptoms of temporal displacement.
Temporal displacement is a condition
caused by time travel
in which the mind cannot distinguish
between past, present and future.
Faraday is aware this condition can be fatal.

Act 2

Desmond had some experience
with his consciousness time traveling
when he flashed back to 1996
in the Season 4 episode, "The Constant."
Penny is concerned
that Desmond might not return.
She has already lost him once
when Desmond crashed his boat on the island
while sailing in a race around the world.

These people are wearing uniforms
similar to those worn by the U.S. Army
in the early 1950s.

Sawyer and Juliet were ambushed in the jungle
by these two men
in the previous episode, "The Lie."

Locke was shot by Ethan Rom, an Other.
We now know these people are Others.
The Others are the island's indigenous people.
Juliet was recruited by the Others
to come to the island, but this takes place
before Juliet's time with the Others.

Miles claims
he can communicate with the dead.

This is the Others' camp.
This is Richard Alpert
an advisor to the leader of the Others.
We've seen him in numerous time periods
and he seemingly does not age.

Act 3

Desmond knows Faraday taught at Oxford
because the two met here, as revealed
in the Season 4 episode, "The Constant."
Desmond is unclear about the specifics
because his previous visit to Oxford
occurred when his consciousness
was time traveling.
Desmond's time travel visit to Oxford
was brought on when he left the island
via helicopter, on his way to the freighter
and experienced side effects.
Desmond's consciousness skipped
between the years 1996 and 2004
until Faraday instructed him
to find a constant from both time periods.
For Desmond that constant was Penny
and when he called her from the freighter
his time traveling ceased.
This room was once Daniel Faraday's lab
Desmond visited Faraday here
during his time travel back to 1996.
Faraday used this lab
to conduct experiments in time travel.
Faraday used this lamp
to expose a laboratory rat to radiation
sending the rat's consciousness
into the future.
Faraday named his rat Eloise
which is also the name of Eloise Hawking
the woman who told Ben he has 70 hours
to get the Oceanic 6 to return to the island.
Faraday was actually successful
sending Eloise's consciousness to the future.

Faraday is hoping another flash will happen
which will send them to another time period
and allow them to escape the Others.
The flashes began
after Ben turned an ancient wheel.
In doing so, Ben "moved" the island
to protect it from Charles Widmore
and the mercenaries from the freighter.

We've seen the Others in deadly conflicts
with two other groups on the island
the DHARMA Initiative
and the Oceanic 815 survivors.

This is the first time that Faraday
has acknowledged
he has feelings for Charlotte.

Act 4

Theresa's symptoms are consistent
with temporal displacement.
It's likely that Faraday performed
time travel experiments on Theresa.

Widmore also funded the freighter mission
to find the island
of which Faraday was a participant.

The Others' primary objective
is to protect the island at all costs.
In the Season 2 episode, "The Hunting Party"
the Others told Jack that the only reason
the survivors were still living on the island
was because the Others allowed them to.

Richard told Locke that to stop the flashes
Locke must convince the Oceanic 6
to return to the island.
To ensure their return, Locke must die.

Act 5

This episode is entitled "Jughead"
which was inspired by the nickname
of an early hydrogen bomb
developed by the United States.
"Jughead" is also the name of this bomb.
The U.S. Army tested many nuclear weapons
in the South Pacific in the 1950s.
It was known as the Pacific Proving Grounds.

Burying the bomb
will move it out of harms way
and prevent the bomb from detonating.

Sawyer frequently uses nicknames for people.
he referred to Faraday as "Dilbert"
Charlotte as "Ginger"
and once called Locke "Colonel Kurtz."

This is Charles Widmore
Penny's father and Desmond's nemesis.
Widmore is surprised to see Desmond
because Desmond and Penny
have been hiding from him for three years.
In the Season 3 episode
"Flashes Before Your Eyes"
Desmond asked Widmore
for his blessing to marry Penny.
Widmore humiliated Desmond
telling him he wasn't good enough for Penny.

Benjamin Linus vowed to Widmore
that he would kill Penny
in the Season 4 episode
"The Shape of Things to Come."
Ben blamed Widmore
for the murder of his own daughter, Alex.

Widmore claims the island belongs to him
and accused Ben of stealing it from him
in the Season 4 episode
"The Shape of Things to Come."

Jacob is the mysterious ruler of the Others
who gave Locke orders
to "move" the island.

This is Charles Widmore in the 1950s
a younger version
of the man Desmond just visited.

Act 6

In the season premiere "Because You Left"
Richard said he wouldn't recognize Locke
the next time they saw each other.
Richard gave Locke the compass
so Locke could prove is identity.

When Locke was five years old
Richard paid Locke a visit and gave him a test.
Richard asked young Locke
to select from a group of items
that included the compass
to see which items already "belonged" to him.

The hum and flash were indications
that they've just traveled through time.
This is the reason why everyone
and everything around them disappeared.


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