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Enhanced version of Season 5, Episode 8: LaFleur-Enhanced

Produced by: Met|Hodder


Act 1

This is the continuation of the moment
we saw in this season's episode
"This Place is Death."
Sawyer's group has flashed
to an earlier time period
before the well was dug.
They have no way to get to Locke
in the ancient chamber below.

In the Season 2 finale
"Live Together, Die Alone"
Sayid, Jin and Sun saw a giant 4-toed foot
the only remnants of this giant statue.

Locke was climbing down a rope in the well
when the flash hit.
He fell to the bottom and broke his leg.
This is the same wheel Ben turned
to move the island in the Season 4 finale
"There's No Place Like Home."
The wheel was stuck and causing the flashes.
Locke turned the wheel
to get the wheel back on its axis.

Locke's act has moved the island again
creating one final flash through time
and the time flashes are now over.

The group is now in a later time period
after the well was dug, but filled in with rock.
Locke, however, was transported
3 years into the future to the Tunisian Desert
as revealed in the previous episode
"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham."

Headaches and nose bleeds
were indications that the time flashes
were slowly killing them.

This is the DHARMA Initiative security station
in the mid 1970s.
The song playing is Candida
by Tony Orlando and Dawn.

Rosie is wearing a "Geronimo Jackson" t-shirt.
Geronimo Jackson is a band from the '70s.
Hurley and Charlie found their album
at the Swan station
in the Season 2 episode, "The Hunting Party."

The DHARMA Initiative kept polar bears
and used them in various experiments
in the Hydra station.
Kate and Sawyer were held prisoner
in the Hydra station by the Others, as seen
in the Season 3 episode, "A Tale of Two Cities."

"Hostiles" is the name the DHARMA Initiative
used when they referred to the Others
the island's indigenous people.

Horace is the leader
of the DHARMA Initiative on the island.
Horace recruited Ben's father, Roger Linus
to come to the island
as seen in the Season 3 episode
"The Man Behind the Curtain."

This area is called the barracks
a living compound, built to house
the DHARMA Initiative.

Act 2

When the time flashes stopped
Sawyer's group ended up in the 1970s
Sawyer's group has spent three years
working for the DHARMA Initiative.
Sawyer, Miles and Jin work in security.

The Flame is the communications station.
In 2004, Locke blew up the Flame station
as seen in the Season 3 episode, "Enter 77."

This takes place immediately after
Locke turned the wheel in the Orchid chamber.

Daniel is upset because Charlotte
the woman he loved
died right before the last flash.
Charlotte had severe reactions to the time flashes.
Her headaches and nosebleeds
grew worse with each flash
leading to her death.

The Oceanic 815 survivors
established their camp at the beach.
The Others attacked Sawyer's group
at the beach with flaming arrows
as seen in this season's episode, "The Lie."
That attack occurred
after a time flash sent the group
back to 1954.

Faraday has done experiments in time travel.
Since the flashes began, he has insisted
the past cannot be changed.

This is Amy
the woman who will be married to Horace
three years from now.

Act 3

The DHARMA Initiative and the Hostiles
coexist on the island
because they have a truce
that stopped their war with one another.

Sawyer was a con artist
before he crashed on the island.

This is a high-frequency sonar fence
built by the DHARMA Initiative.
It surrounds their barracks and protects them
from the Hostiles and the smoke monster.
Juliet lived in the barracks
with the Others in 2004
and knows the fence can be turned off.
We saw Juliet turn the fence on
to protect her and Kate
from the smoke monster
in the Season 3 episode, "Left Behind."
The fence emits painful sound waves
that can incapacitate people.
If the fence is turned up high enough
it can kill a person.
In the Season 3 episode, "Par Avion"
Locke pushed an Other, named Mikhail
through the fence.
Mikhail's ears bled
and he collapsed unconscious.

The DHARMA Initiative used a submarine
to travel to and from the island.
In 2004, Locked destroyed the submarine
to prevent anyone from leaving the island
as seen in the Season 3 episode
"The Man from Tallahassee."

Juliet was once a renowned fertility doctor.
But for the past three years
Juliet has been working as a mechanic
for the DHARMA Initiative.
In the Season 3 episode, "D.O.C."
Juliet explained that women
who get pregnant on the island
die during their second trimester.
Juliet was recruited by the Others
to be their fertility specialist.
Nine pregnant women died
along with their babies, under Juliet's care.
Death occurred
when the mother's immune system
attacked the mother's body.

Jin is one of the Oceanic crash survivors.
He is originally from South Korea
and could not speak English
when he crashed on the island.

Locke told Sawyer that to stop the flashes
Locke must bring all of the Oceanic 6
back to the island.
Because the time flashes have stopped
Sawyer believes that Locke
might be in the jungle with the Oceanic 6
so Sawyer is having Jin search for them.

Act 4

This is Horace Goodspeed
the leader of the DHARMA Initiative
on the island, and the same man
we saw earlier, intoxicated and passed out.

"LaFleur" is an alias
that Sawyer used as a con artist.

The Black Rock is a slave ship
that is grounded in the middle of the island.
In the Season 3 episode, "The Brig"
Sawyer killed Locke's father inside the ship
as Locke waited outside.
Charles Widmore
bid on what was claimed to be
the journal of the Black Rock's first mate
in the Season 4 episode, "The Constant."

Juliet is describing the Purge
as depicted in the Season 3 episode
"The Man Behind the Curtain."
The Purge was a mass killing
of all members of the DHARMA Initiative
carried out by Ben and the Others.

In this season's premiere, "Because You Left"
Faraday compared the island's time flashes
to a record skipping on a turntable.

In this season's episode, "This Place Is Death"
Charlotte told Faraday
that she grew up on the island
and saw Faraday when she was a little girl.

The same alarm siren was heard
during an attack by the Hostiles
in the Season 3 episode
"The Man Behind the Curtain."
During that attack, young Benjamin Linus
was seen in his school classroom
as a member of the DHARMA Initiative.

This is Richard Alpert, one of the Hostiles
and the adviser to their leader.
He looks the same in every time period
and seemingly does not age.

Act 5

The Hostiles have lived on the island
for many years.
They believe the island belongs to them
and will do anything they can to protect it.
In 1954, Alpert was forced to kill
18 members of a U.S. Army battalion
as revealed in this season's episode
Alpert said he had no choice but to kill them
because they refused to leave the island.

The Arrow station is used to develop
defensive strategies against the Hostiles
as revealed in this season's premiere
"Because You Left." The Oceanic 815 tail section survivors
used the Arrow as their camp, as seen
in the Season 2 episode, "The Other 48 Days."

Sawyer knows who Richard Alpert is
from Sawyer's time on the island in 2004.
But this meeting takes place in the 1970s
long before Alpert ever heard of Sawyer.

The Others had a hydrogen bomb in 1954
left behind on the island by the U.S. Army
as seen in this season's episode, "Jughead."
Faraday instructed the Others
to bury the bomb in concrete.

John Locke was appointed by Alpert
to be the leader of the Others in 2004
in the Season 4 finale
"There's No Place Like Home."
This takes place in the 1970s
so Alpert has not yet appointed Locke
as the Others' leader.
But Alpert remembers Locke
from their 1954 meeting.
During that meeting Locke told Alpert
that he will be born in 1956 in Tustin, CA.
Alpert traveled to Tustin in 1956
to witness Locke's birth, as revealed
in the Season 4 episode, "Cabin Fever."

Amy is taking a carved, wooden ankh
the Egyptian hieroglyph
that signifies eternal life.
The DHARMA Initiative used hieroglyphs
for their countdown clock
in the Swan station, as seen
in the Season 2 episode, "One of Them."

Juliet has wanted nothing more
than to leave the island
so she can reunite with her sister
who had cancer.
Juliet helped her sister get pregnant
with experimental fertility drugs, as seen
in the Season 3 episode, "Not in Portland."

The "Mad Scientist" is Daniel Faraday
and "Mr. I Speak to Dead People" is Miles
who claims he can communicate with the dead.

Sawyer and Kate also shared
a romantic relationship on the island
and lived together at the beach, as seen
in the Season 3 episode, "Catch-22."

Act 6

Sawyer is speaking of Kate
and a moment that took place
in the Season 4 finale
"There's No Place Like Home."
Sawyer was on the helicopter with Kate
leaving the island to get to the freighter.
The chopper was running low on fuel
so Sawyer jumped out and into the ocean
to ensure that Kate made it to the freighter
at the expense of his own rescue.

In this season's episode, "316"
Jack and the rest of the Oceanic 6
boarded a plane that would fly over the island.
A white flash occurred
as the plane was about to crash
and Jack, Kate and Hurley
ended up in the jungle.

This is the first time Sawyer has seen Kate
since she left the island three years ago.


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