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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Mexico is a nation in North America.

The Doctor, Susan, Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright visited Mexico in 1454. Barbara attempted (and failed) to alter the history of the Aztecs. (DW: The Aztecs)

The War Lords kidnapped several soldiers from the Mexican Uprising of 1867 for use in their War Games. (DW: The War Games)

The Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield visited Mexico in 1994. (NA: The Left-Handed Hummingbird)

Mexico was the birthplace of attempted dictator Ramón Salamander. (DW: The Enemy of the World)

In the alternate reality of Pete's World, as the United States of Mexico, the country still extends up to Arizona - implying its victory in the 1840s Mexican-American War - and is run by a Prime Minister. (Cybus Industries tie-in website)

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Mexico is a traditional nation-state of the planet Earth. Located on the continent of North America, it primarily comprises the land south of the Rio Grande River and north of the isthmus of Central America. Settled by American aboriginals including the Maya and Aztec, it was conquered by Spain in the 16th century. The Mexican people rebelled and gained independence in 1821.

Mexico City is the capital city of Mexico.

In the 24th century, John Torres resided in Mexico.


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DC Comics

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Mexico is a federal constitutional republic in North America. It is bordered on the north by the United States; on the south and west by the North Pacific Ocean; on the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and on the east by the Gulf of Mexico

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Mexico (México) is a country located in North America, bordered at the north by the United States, and at the south by Central America (Guatemala and Belize). It is the northernmost and westernmost country in Latin America, and also the most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world.

The nation is also known for its food, piñatas, and as a high volume exporter of non-licensed Muppet merchandise.

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Fallout

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Mexico

Mexico was a country to the south of the United States. While it was never annexed like Canada was, the US, seeking to protect business interests and their oil supply, put a lot of pressure on Mexico in 2051 and finally invaded it, though presumably never claiming it as a part of their own country.

The Fallout NPC Tycho had traveled to Mexico.

Mexico's Timeline

  • 2051 - Seeking to protect business interests and their oil supply, the United States begins to exert increasing pressure on Mexico, citing the political instability and pollution stemming from Mexico as a threat to the United States. Various economic sanctions serve to destabilize Mexico, and the United States military enters Mexico to keep the oil refineries running and making sure oil and fuel continue to make their way north across the border... at Mexico's expense. (appears only in the Fallout Bible timeline)
The following is based on Van Buren and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
  • 2066 - Resource rioting occurs in Denver, and riots happen because of that. Midwest USA and Mexico start having food shortages and can't supply Denver with the food it needs. Food riots occur (presumably in Denver). National Guard called in. (source: Denver design document)

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Halo

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Mexico is a country on Earth located in the North American continent. Its capital is Mexico City. It is bordered by the United States to the north.

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United Republic of North America

Mexico is a part of the United Republic of North America, a loose association with the nations of Canada and the United States of America.

UNSC

It was the location of Base Segundo Terra, a major facility for the UNSC and UNSCDF in the region.[1]

Human-Covenant War

In 2552, during the Battle of Earth, SPARTAN-104, SPARTAN-058 and SPARTAN-043 used the Base Segundo Terra as a staging point to attack the Covenant incursions on Havana.[2]

Sources

  1. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx
  2. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx

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Ice Hockey

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Mexico is a country just south of the United States in North America.

It has a population of about 110,000,000 and its capital is Mexico City.


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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

In Mexico Lost was known as PERDIDOS (on Azteca 7), but now it's simply Lost. However, the dubbed audio of the DVDs translates it as Desaparecidos (Disappeared).

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Mexican broadcasts

Azteca 7 Logo
AXN Logo
ANIMAX Logo

AXN, Azteca 7 and ANIMAX are the channels that broadcast Lost in Mexico (Azteca 7) & Latin America (AXN & ANIMAX):

  • Azteca 7 (Open signal), Dubbed (see: voice actors), with SAP option to English; Tuesdays at 11:00 pm.
  • Season 1 started airing on October 18th, 2005.
  • Season 2 started airing on November 13th, 2006.
  • Season 3 started airing on September 25th, 2007.
  • Season 4 will air soon.

Lost episodes in this channel are broadcasted about 1 year after the U.S dates.

  • AXN (Cable), Subtitled, Mondays at 9:00 pm. This channel broadcast to all Latin America.
  • Season 1 started airing on March 6th, 2005.
  • Season 2 started airing on March 7th, 2006.
  • Season 3 started airing on March 5th, 2007.
  • Season 4 started airing on March 3th, 2008.
  • Season 5 started airing on March 9th, 2009.

Lost episodes in this channel are broadcasted about 8-7 weeks after U.S. broadcasts.


Re-runs of current episodes are on Tuesday at 11:00 am and 4:00 pm and Sundays at 2:00 pm and 8: pm. AXN also started re-running the whole series since late 2008, from Monday to Friday at 7:00 pm.

  • ANIMAX (Satellite TV), Subtitled, Mondays to Fridays at 8:00 pm

This channel started running Lost since Season 1 in late 2008, and it's currently on Season 2 and planning to run Season 3 aswell. It's unclear if it will bradcast current seasons or only show re-runs.

Episode guide for the first season in Mexico

First Season Promotional for Azteca 7
First Season Promotional
  1. Piloto, Primera Parte - "Pilot, Part 1" (Pilot, First Part)
  2. Piloto, Segunda Parte - "Pilot, Part 2" (Pilot, Second Part)
  3. Borrón Y Cuenta Nueva - "Tabula Rasa" (Clean Slate)
  4. Viaje Espiritual - "Walkabout" (Spiritual Journey)
  5. Conejo Blanco - "White Rabbit" (White Rabbit)
  6. La Casa Del Sol Naciente - "House of the Rising Sun" (The House Of The Rising Sun)
  7. La Polilla - "The Moth" (The Moth)
  8. Hombre De Confianza - "Confidence Man" (Confidence Man)
  9. Solitario - "Solitary" (Solitary)
  10. Criado Por Otros - "Raised by Another" (Raised By Others)
  11. Todos Los Vaqueros Tienen Problemas Con Sus Padres - "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" (All The Cowboys Have Father Issues)
  12. Cualquiera Que Sea El Caso - "Whatever the Case May Be" (Whatever The Case May Be)
  13. Corazones Y Mentes - "Hearts and Minds" (Hearts And Minds)
  14. Especial - "Special" (Special)
  15. Regreso A Casa - "Homecoming" (Homecoming)
  16. Fugitivos - "Outlaws" (Fugitives)
  17. Perdidos... En Corea - "...In Translation" (Lost... In Korea)
  18. Números - "Numbers" (Numbers)
  19. Deudas E Intervención - "Deus Ex Machina" (Debts And Intervention)
  20. No Lastimarás - "Do No Harm" (Do No Harm)
    • Lost: El Viaje "(Lost: The Journey)" - Aired on AXN only
  21. El Bien Mayor - "The Greater Good" (The Greater Good)
  22. Nacido Para Huir - "Born to Run" (Born To Flee)
  23. Éxodo, Parte 1 - "Exodus, Part 1" (Exodus, Part 1)
  24. Éxodo, Parte 2 - "Exodus, Part 2" (Exodus, Part 2)
  25. Éxodo, Parte 3 - "Exodus, Part 3" (Exodus, Part 3)

The names of the episodes are according to the Lost First Season DVD R4 (Mexico and Latin America) and a literal tansalation is provided next to the official name.

Episode guide for the second season in Mexico

Season Two
  1. Hombre De Ciencia, Hombre De Fe - "Man of Science, Man of Faith" (Man Of Science, Man Of Faith)
  2. A La Deriva - "Adrift" (Adrift)
  3. Orientación - "Orientation" (Orientation)
  4. Todos Odian A Hugo - "Everybody Hates Hugo" (Everybody Hates Hugo)
  5. [Perdidos] ...Y Encontrados - "...And Found" ([Lost] ...And Found)
  6. Abandonados - "Abandoned" (Abandoned)
  7. Los Otros 48 Días - "The Other 48 Days" (The Other 48 Days)
  8. Colisión - "Collision" (Collision)
  9. Lo Que Hizo Kate - "What Kate Did" (What Kate Did)
    • Lost: Revelación -"(Lost: Revelation)" - Aired on AXN only
  10. El Salmo 23 - "The 23rd Psalm" (The 23rd Psalm)
  11. La Fiesta De La Cacería - "The Hunting Party" (The Hunting Party)
  12. Fuego + Agua - "Fire + Water" (Fire + Water)
  13. El Estafador - "The Long Con" (The Swindler)
  14. Uno De Ellos - "One of Them" (One Of Them)
  15. Abandono Materno - "Maternity Leave" (Maternity Leave)
  16. Toda La Verdad - "The Whole Truth" (The Whole Truth)
  17. Encerrados - "Lockdown" (Captives)
  18. Dave - "Dave" (Dave)
  19. S.O.S. - "S.O.S." (S.O.S.)
    • Lost: Cálculos - "(Lost: Reckoning)" - Aired on AXN only
  20. Dos En El Camino - "Two for the Road" (Two For The Road)
  21. ? - "?" (?)
  22. Tres Minutos - "Three Minutes" (Three Minutes)
  23. Vive Acompañado, Muere Solo Parte 1 - "Live Together, Die Alone" (Live Together, Die Alone Part 1)
  24. Vive Acompañado, Muere Solo Parte 2 - "Live Together, Die Alone" (Live Together, Die Alone Part 2)

The names of the episodes are according to the Lost Second Season DVD R4 (Mexico and Latin America) and a literal tansalation is provided next to the official name.

Episode guide for the third season in Mexico

Third Season Promotional
  • Clip Show 5 - Lost: Una Historia de Supervivencia - "(Lost: A Tale of Survival)" - Aired only on Re-runs
  1. Historia de Dos Ciudades - "A Tale of Two Cities" (Tale of Two Cities)
  2. La Bailarina de Cristal - "The Glass Ballerina" (The Glass Ballerina)
  3. Instrucciones - "Further Instructions" (Instructions)
  4. No te Preocupes por los Demás - "Every Man for Himself" (Don't Worry About Others)
  5. El Precio De Vivir - "The Cost of Living" (The Cost of Living)
  6. Acepto - "I Do" (I Do)
  7. No Tan Cerca De Portland - "Not in Portland" (Not Very Close to Portland)
  8. Tu Vida Ante Tus Ojos - "Flashes Before Your Eyes" (Your Life in Front Your Eyes)
  9. Extraño En Una Tierra Extraña - "Stranger in a Strange Land" (Stranger in a Strange Land)
  10. Tricia Tanaka Está Muerta - "Tricia Tanaka Is Dead" (Tricia Tanaka is Dead)
  11. Ingrese 77 - "Enter 77" (Enter 77)
  12. Mensaje Aéreo - "Par Avion" (Air Message)
  13. El Hombre De Tallahassee - "The Man from Tallahassee" (The Man from Tallahassee)
  14. Revelación - "Exposé" (Revelation)
  15. Dejado Atrás - "Left Behind" (Left Behind)
  16. Uno de Nosotros - "One of Us" (One of Us)
  17. Trampa-22 - "Catch-22" (Catch-22)
  18. D.O.C. - "D.O.C." (D.O.C.)
  19. El Calabozo - "The Brig" (The Brig)
  20. El Hombre Detrás de la Cortina - "The Man Behind the Curtain" (The Man Behind the Curtain)
  21. Grandes Éxitos - "Greatest Hits" (Great Hits)
    • Lost: Las Respuestas - "(Lost: The Answers)" - Aired on AXN only
  22. A Través del Espejo - Parte 1 - "Through the Looking Glass" (Through the Looking Glass - Part 1)
  23. A Través del Espejo - Parte 2 - "Through the Looking Glass" (Through the Looking Glass - Part 2)

The names of the episodes are according to the Lost Third Season DVD R4 (Mexico and Latin America)and a literal tansalation is provided next to the official name.

Episode guide for the fourth season in Mexico

Fourth Season Promotional
  • Lost: Pasado, Presente y Futuro - "(Lost: Past, Present and Future)" - Aired only on Re-runs
  1. El principio del fin - "The Beginning of the End" (The beginning of the end)
  2. Confirmado, muertos - "Confirmed Dead" (Comfirmed, dead)
  3. El economista - "The Economist" (The economist)
  4. El juicio - "Eggtown" (The trial)
  5. La constante - "The Constant" (The constant)
  6. La otra mujer - "The Other Woman" (The other woman)
  7. Ji Yeon - "Ji Yeon" (Ji Yeon)
  8. Conoce a Kevin Johnson - "Meet Kevin Johnson" (Meet Kevin Johnson)
  9. La forma de las cosas que vendrán - "The Shape of Things to Come" (The shape of the things to come)
  10. Algo lindo de regreso a casa - "Something Nice Back Home" (Something nice back home)
  11. "Claustrofobia" - "Cabin Fever" ("Claustrophobia")
  12. No hay lugar como casa (parte 1) - "There's No Place Like Home, Part 1" (There's no place like home (part 1))
  13. No hay lugar como casa (parte 2) - "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3" (There's no place like home (part 2))
  14. No hay lugar como casa (parte 3) - "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3" (There's no place like home (part 3))

The names of the episodes are according to the Lost Fourth Season DVD R4 (Mexico and Latin America)and a literal tansalation is provided next to the official name.

Episode guide for the fifth season in Mexico

Fifth Season Promotional
  • Lost: El Destino Llama - "(Lost: Destiny Calls)" - Aired only on Re-runs
  1. Porque se fueron - "Because You Left"
  2. La mentira - "The Lie"
  3. Jughead - "Jughead"
  4. El principito - "The Little Prince"
  5. Este lugar es muerte - "This Place Is Death"
  6. 316 - "316"
  7. Vida y muerte de Jeremy Bentham - "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"
  8. LaFleur - "LaFleur"
  9. Namasté - "Namaste"
  10. El es nuestro tú - "He's Our You"
  11. Lo que pasó, pasó - "Whatever Happened, Happened"
  12. Muerto, significa muerto - "Dead Is Dead"
  13. A algunos les gusta Hoth - "Some Like It Hoth"
    • Lost: Un Viaje en el Tiempo - "(Lost: A Journey in Time)"
  14. La Variable - "The Variable"
  15. Sigan al lider - "Follow the Leader"
  16. El Incidente, Partes 1 & 2 - "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2"

The official translated names will be released as soon as the Season 5 DVD is out.

Differences of DVD Releases

Season One DVD Pack‎

Lost, La Primera Temporada Completa (The Complete First Season)

It was released on November 30, 2005.

Technical Specifications:

  • Video Format: 1.78:1 (Widescreen)
  • Audio Tracks: English (5.1 Channels - Surround), Spanish (2.0 Channels - Stereo), Portuguese (2.0 Channels - Stereo)
  • Subtitles (Including Audio comments): English, Spanish, Portuguese, Tailand, Chinese, Malay, Korean


It has almost the same Disc breakdown of the R1 US DVD, but with minor changes:

  • Disc 1 - Doesn't have the preview trailers. The Pilot Script Scanner isn't featured.
  • Disc 6 - Exodus, part 2, is divided in 2 parts, only the first part is in this disc.
  • Disc 7 - Include Exodus, third part. It hasn't the Disigning a Disaster feature, nor the Audition Tapes.

Season Two DVD Pack

Lost, La Segunda Temporada Completa: La Experiencia Extendida (The Complete Second Season: The Extended Experience)

It was released on October 4, 2006 (The same date of the premiere of Season 3 in the US).

Technical Specifications:

  • Video Format: 1.78:1 (Widescreen)
  • Audio Tracks: English (5.1 Channels - Surround), Spanish (2.0 Channels - Stereo), Portuguese (2.0 Channels - Stereo)
  • Subtitles (Including Audio comments): English, Spanish, Portuguese, Tailand, Chinese, Malay, Korean


It has almost the same Disc breakdown of the R1 US DVD, with minor changes:

  • Disc 2 - The Easter Egg of Disc 2 is not included.
  • Disc 4 - The Easter Egg of Disc 4 is shown pressing other buttons.
  • Disc 6 - Live Together, Die Alone is divided in 2 parts and excludes many parts of the episode (.
  • Disc 7 - Same features, plus more Easter Eggs, and Lost On Location features (The Other 48 Days and What Kate Did).
  • Disc 7 - The "Orientation" film intro is slightly different from the original one.

Mexico in Lost

In "The Man from Tallahassee", after Antony Cooper tried to kill Locke, the investigators said to Locke, who was already recovering in the hospital, that his father had flee to Mexico after the incident.

Websites

  • Azteca 7's Lost site
  • AXN's Lost site
  • ANIMAX's Lost site

See also


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Marvel Database

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United Mexican States

Mexico
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Official Name
United Mexican States
Location Details
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758,249 sq mi

Population
108,700,891

First appearance

Unknown

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History of location is unknown.

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