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Dr Who

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From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Cover Art - Stuart Manning
Series: Doctor Who -
Big Finish Audio Dramas
Release Number: 85
Doctor: Seventh Doctor
Companions: Melanie Bush
Writer: Stewart Sheargold
Director: Gary Russell
Publisher: Big Finish
Release Date: August 2006
Format: 4 Episodes on 2 CDs
Prod. Code: 7D/B
ISBN: ISBN 1-84435-176-9
Previous Story: The Nowhere Place
Following Story: The Reaping


Publisher's Summary

Subject 2660 ­ Celia Fortunatè, designated citizen of the needle. Subject experiencing traumatic, violent delusions during waking moments. Subject remains passified and under control of Whitenoise. Medication has been prescribed.

Subject 0357 - Vi Yulquen, designated Matriarch of the needle. Subject is under constant surveillance due to her wish to experience harm. This is in direct contravention of Whitenoise's programming. Also supplier of the drug classified as Slow. Editing is required.

Subject 0841 ­ Chief Blue. Technician in symbiotic relationship with this Whitenoise system. Knowledgeable in human psychological evaluation. Subject has been diagnosed a voyeur, and has a dangerous obsession with the Red Tape. Machine augmentation is favoured to curb this defect.

Subject [error] ­ Melanie Bush, designated companion of subject 3999. Subject [error] is not chipped and is a threat. Her ability to harm has not been checked, compromising the continued security programming of this Whitenoise system. She must be inhibited.

Subject 3999 ­ the Doctor. Subject has committed homicide. This subject now in constant redline. His propensity for violence remains unchecked. Analysis suggests synchronisation with the killer. The Doctor will attempt to kill again. He must be stopped.



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External Links

  • Big Finish Red page
  • The Doctor Who Reference Guide detailed synopsis of Red

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For other uses, see Red (disambiguation).

Red was the name used by a female Human terrorist in the 21st century. An admirer of the Red Brigades and Abu Nidal, Red was a member of the Easter Rebellion, a small terror cell led by a man named Easter.

In 2045, Red took part in an abortive mission to capture a pair of extraterrestrials who had been stranded on Earth. After their snowmobile broke down in an Antarctic blizzard, and their leader Easter suffered a mental breakdown, Red assumed command of their group and abandoned the mission. Soon after she and her colleagues were captured by authorities, and "re-educated" via memory wipe. (TOS novel: Strangers from the Sky)

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DC Comics

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Red is a three-issue miniseries by creators Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, written in 2003. The story is about Paul Moses, a retired CIA operative, who is forced back into action when the new agency director Michael Beesley orders his death. This series was published by WildStorm under the writer-driven Homage Comics imprint.


  • Paul Moses is a retired CIA agent, formerly known as the greatest killer in the world.
  • Michael Beesley is the new director of the CIA, a political appointee.
  • Adrian Kane works directly underneath Beesley, but has been with the agency for much longer.
  • Sally is Paul's retirement handler.

Other Media

Main article: Red (film)

Red has a film adaptation announced for later this year. The film will focus on the idea of an older operative set who is set in his ways having to contend with younger and more fit agents as well as modern techniques and technology.[1] It is supposed to be a lighter and more humorous take on the original series.[2] Ellis has explained that the changes they're making are necessary to make a feature length production out of what is essentially a short story, although he has not been directly involved in the process.[3]



Items: None known.
Vehicles: None known.
Weapons: None known.


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Links and References

  1. Warren Ellis headed to the big screen
  2. Robert Schwentke talks Red adaptation
  3. Warren Ellis blog on adaptation

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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Red Fraggle is one of the five main Fraggles in Fraggle Rock. She is yellow, and her hair, which she wears in two big pigtails, is red with yellow and orange highlights. She usually wears a red sweater and has the most hair of any Fraggle.

Red is athletic and energetic. She likes to think of herself as the fastest and strongest Fraggle in the Rock. She is very competitive, especially with her friend Gobo, and sometimes gets herself into trouble as a result. Red also has her share of insecurities; she especially hates to admit her mistakes.

Red loves sports, especially diving and swimming. Her job is to clean the pool in the middle of Fraggle Rock. She also teaches swimming classes, and considers herself an expert at rock hockey.

Red shares a room with her best friend, Mokey Fraggle. Red later strikes up a friendship with Cotterpin Doozer. She is particularly loath to listen to Uncle Traveling Matt's postcards.

Red is the first Fraggle that Kermit and Robin meet when they visit Fraggle Rock in A Muppet Family Christmas. She later reappears with the other Fraggles during the Muppets performance of "The Holly and the Ivy."

She also was part of a group of Muppets who sang "Just One Person" at Jim Henson's memorial service.

In recent years, Karen Prell has performed Red at several live functions, including an appearance at San Diego Comic-Con in 2008 and the Fraggle Rock Holiday Toy Drive Benefit in 2009.

See also

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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race: Human, African American
affiliation: Big Town
role: Doctor
location: Big Town
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Big Trouble in Big Town Strictly Business
SPECIAL: 4 ST 6 PE 4 EN 6 CH 7 IN 5 AG 4 LK
derived stats: Hit Points: 80 → 100
tag skills: Barter: 48 → 70
Medicine: 50 → 72
Science: 50 → 72
level: 4 → 8
actor: Karen Carbone
base id: 00025251
ref id: 00025252

Red is the only doctor and merchant residing in Big Town in the year 2277.



Red moved to Big Town when she became too old to stay in Little Lamplight.

Big Town has been under attack from Super Mutants who captured her, so she will not be around at first. To retrieve her and the other survivor, Shorty (in order to complete Big Trouble in Big Town), you must travel to the Germantown police headquarters where she is imprisoned.

Once freed from the super mutants, Red will resume selling medical supplies in Big Town.

Interactions with the player character

Once rescued you can escort her back to town. To escort her the fastest way possible, fast travel to Big Town. If you ask for a reward she may give you up to 300 caps. You can get 200 more if your Speech skill is high enough, but you will lose karma. At this point she will tell you that another Super Mutant attack is coming. You can choose to return the extra caps or help them with the other options that are presented. If your Science skill is high enough you can show them how to defend the town by fixing the junk robots they have in their scrapyard. You can also use your Small Guns skill to teach them to shoot, your Sneak skill to teach them to hide, or your Explosives skill to teach them how to plant mines. After you show them how to defend themselves they will use that skill against Slaver and Super Mutant attacks.

She is one of the targets for enslavement that Eulogy puts a special bounty on. However, if you enslave Red before she returns to Big Town, you will not be able to finish the Big Trouble in Big Town quest because one of the objectives is "escort Red back to Big Town." The only way to finish the quest then is if you break into the slave pens in Paradise Falls and either kill her or take the Slave Collar off of her if your Explosives skill is high enough.

As a follower

Some players may choose to keep Red as a follower before finally taking her to Big Town (or Paradise Falls, alternatively). While Red has marginally more health than most standard human NPCs and can be given better armor to help keep her alive, she does not have any combat skills, and the only reason worth the trouble of keeping her safe would be carrying equipment. Due to her low HP and lack of healing, she will eventually become very fragile, at which point it is best to bring her home.

You will not have the dialogue option to retrieve any items given to Red once the two of you reach Big Town. You will have to pickpocket or kill her, so be sure to get your things back before entering the town. Red will use aid items (Stimpaks) if given any, but only during combat. She will not, however, automatically heal after combat, and she doesn't often use her Stimpaks, even when severely injured.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Red's Bandana
Red's Jumpsuit
Reading Glasses
Chinese Pistol* - -

* Only if the Small Guns path is taken in Big Trouble in Big Town.


  • There are mines in the police station which will kill her unless you deal with them. This can be particularly troublesome with the Light Step perk.


Red only appears in Fallout 3.


  • Red always seems to die if the other residents of Big Town are killed. There will be a confirmation message telling you that she has died, and she will be dead in her cell in Germantown Police HQ. Even if you enslave her and she is in Paradise Falls, if the other townspeople die, you will get a message stating she is dead and her corpse can be found at Paradise Falls.
  • Sometimes (at least in the Xbox 360 version) Red will not be in her cell when you go into the Germantown Police station. She will be standing in the office directly next to her cell and still talk as if she is locked up until you unlock the unoccupied cell.
  • Sometimes (at least in PC version) Red will not be in her cell, instead, she will be killing the Super Mutants. After all the Super Mutants are dead, she will be in her cell.
  • Sometimes if you visit Big Town after completing Big Trouble in Big Town, Red will be found dead in the clinic for no reason at all. This also happened to Bittercup, who is lying dead in the common house. The other residents of Big Town are missing (Confirmed on PS3).
  • Sometimes (in xbox 360 GOTY edition) if you go directly to Germantown Police HQ and find her companion he asks you to find her. When you go to her cell she is not there but she is dead by the lockers.
  • Sometimes (at least in PC verison) Red will be out of her cell and if you see her she will be hostile torwards you and you can't rescue her.
  • Sometimes, after escorting Red to Big Town after rescuing her from Paradise Falls, she will have the speech options of an escaped slave and talk about going to the Temple of the Union. This fixes itself after the super mutants are dealt with (either by explosives, small guns, science, sneak, or by killing the mutants yourself).


Big Town

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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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A Vial of Dye (usually just called Dye for short) can be used to change the color of Items. Dyeing your armor or weapons is completely optional and will provide no practical bonus, only aesthetic.

Dye comes in the following colors:

Gray Blue Green Purple Red Yellow Brown Orange Silver Black White


Most armor and weapons can be dyed. Dye is used by double-clicking on the Vial of Dye, then clicking on the item you wish to dye. This will bring up the Dye Preview panel. You may place up to 4 dyes into the preview panel, and it will show the result of the dye(s) on the item.

Backpacks, belt pouches and bags can also be dyed. This does not affect the character's outward appearance. It only changes the bags' color in the inventory window. These items become dyed immediately, without a preview window, and thus cannot have mixtures applied to them. Their default color seems to be brown. Zehtuka's Pack and Charr Bags cannot be dyed.

It is advised that you use the dye preview panel to examine the results before applying the dye. The window closely shows how your equipment will look after applying the dye. Dye is gone forever once used, and cannot be salvaged or removed. The only cure for a bad dye job is to dye it again.

Dye does not produce the exact same color on all equipment. Purple dye shows up purple on Mesmer armor, but a light lavender on Elementalist armor.

Silver will not make non-metallic equipment shine. For example, the Elementalist Elite Stormforged armor is dyed only in the cloth non-metallic parts. Dyeing the set silver will just make the cloth parts a light gray. The already shiny lightning is always metallic. Silver dye is also often used in mixtures to darken or lighten a chosen color. This effect depends on the texture of the item being dyed.

Some items, such as the Eternal Bow and the Necromancer Elite Scar Pattern armor for Males, will accept dye but do not change appearance when dyed.

Some weapons and armor (such as Eternal Shields and Elementalist Headgear) cannot be dyed.

Most holiday headgear and many common armor pieces cannot be dyed.

Hero Armor cannot be dyed.

Unique items cannot be dyed, with the exception of Straw Effigies and the Traveler's Bo Staff.

The starting color has no effect on the resulting color. There is no need to dye your equipment gray before dyeing it what you want.

Mixing Dye

You can mix dye effects in the dye preview screen by simply dragging the dyes you wish to mix into the appropriate slots. Once you have the color you want click apply and the mix is applied directly to your armor. Colors can be mixed only in the Dye Preview window; the mixture is applied directly to the armor. Multiple vials of dye of the same color cannot be mixed unless there is a second color in the mixture. For example, you cannot mix only two silver dyes, but adding a red dye as well is allowed.


  • The drop rate for dyes is tracked on Drop rate/Dye.
  • Dye is a somewhat valuable commodity and is often farmed. It is believed that dye drops more frequently in Pre-Searing (see Dye farming guide (Pre-Searing)).
  • Black dye or White dye are very rare drops. These have the obvious effects of increasing the market value of their specific vials of dye. New players are often unaware of this fact and occasionally fall prey to scammers (see dye scams for details).
  • If you are wielding a two handed weapon (bow, scythe, daggers, hammer, staff) and try to dye a left-hand item (shield or offhand) the said item will not appear, as when wielding a 2-handed weapon anything wielded by the other hand is omitted.
  • For most items, their default color does not exactly correspond to any particular dye color but comes close to one. Keep this in mind if you wish to dye something but may want it back in its original color in the future.
  • Black dye is often used in pre-searing Ascalon for high-end trades.
Historical note: Before the October 25, 2006 update, Merchants sold Dye Remover instead of Gray Dye

External Links

  • Post-Update Dye Guide at Guild Wars Guru
Facts about Vial of DyeRDF feed

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There is more information available on this subject at Encryption Code on the English-language Wikipedia.

An Encryption Code, otherwise known as an Encryption Key or an Encryption Scheme, is a functional parameter of cryptological encoding used for security purposes.


Cryptological Theory

Encryption only enables senders with the appropriate decryption devices to read secretive transmissions or documents. Persons or organizations that do not possess the appropriate decryption key to decrypt an encrypted file must result to a battery of cryptological techniques to decrypt files, even using artificial cognitive computation sources as powerful as smart AIs.

The sender will encrypt a piece and send it to the receiver, and will list both the public key and private key of the file. The public key is widely available, and was used to encrypt the file. The private key is available only to the receiver, and is used to decrypt the file.[1]

The Covenant and the United Nations Space Command both use encryption devices to hide military tactics and orders.

Covenant Usage

The Covenant occasionally place advanced encryption on high-importance locked doors within their warships, such as the CCS-class Battlecruiser Truth and Reconciliation. During the UNSC raid on the battlecruiser, the Covenant locked the UNSC assault squad in the hangar bays with 128,000-bit modulating encryption[2] until Cortana was able to hack the doors to open and let the UNSC forces venture further into the ship.

UNSC Usage

Encryption is placed on UNSC documentation or transmissions in order to maintain the level of secrecy demanded by the Transmission Classification. Encryption codes, like classifications, come in varying types, based on the importance of the information in the file.

Encryption Keys

  • None - Transmissions without code are not classified at all and can be accessed by anyone at any time. Examples of this include the journals produced by UNSC Astrophysics.
  • Red - This code is used most of the time in military transmissions. Classification can be "Restricted," "Classified," or "Secret". The code is sometimes harder to crack, depending on how complex the scheme of the code can be. Examples of this code include the Cole Protocol. It was used before or during 2552 to encrypt UNSC Emergency Priority Order 098831A-1.
  • Black - This higher level code is used for more important and urgent information, which can be classified[3].
  • Gamma - This is one of the highest level codes. It is used on the most classified information and is likely to be an extremely complex code. It coincided with the classification of "Eyes Only Top Secret."

Public Keys


  1. "Public-key cryptography" on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  2. The Truth and Reconciliation
  3. Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, page 122

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"Charlotte" redirects here. For the flashback character from "?", see: "Charlotte Malkin".
Charlotte Lewis
Charlotte Lewis
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Charlotte Staples Lewis
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Part of a team searching for Benjamin Linus, looking to return to the place where she was born and raised
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Charlotte Staples Lewis was a gifted cultural anthropologist who grew up on the Island, where her parents were members of the DHARMA Initiative. She eventually escaped with just her mother, leaving her dad (and possibly two younger sisters) behind. She spent the rest of her life trying to find the Island again. This was mostly due to her mother's insistence that she had made it all up, and for a chance to find her father again. She then finally parachuted back onto the Island on day 91, as part of the freighter science team. After initially being held hostage in Locke's group, Sayid traded her freedom for Miles, and she arrived at the beach camp with Daniel Faraday (who she shared reciprocated feelings for), where her presence aroused the suspicions of the survivors due to her secrecy and dishonesty about their mission while on the Island, as well as her attitude to the others. Following Benjamin Linus's turning of the frozen wheel and the increasing frequency of the time flashes that ensued, Charlotte began suffering the effects of temporal displacement and eventually became unable to travel with the other survivors. She succumbed to the illness 16 days after her arrival on the Island, dying by Daniel's side.


On the Island

DHARMA Initiative

Charlotte waves at Daniel as a very young child in the Barracks. ("LaFleur")

According to information provided by Ben that he received from Michael, Charlotte Staples Lewis was born on July 2, 1979 in Essex, England to parents David and Jeanette Lewis. She was raised in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England along with her two younger sisters. ("Confirmed Dead")

It has since been uncovered that this information is, at least, partially incorrect; Charlotte was actually born in 1971 and she spent a great deal of her younger childhood on the Island. Her family were members of the DHARMA Initiative, whom she lived with at the Barracks. ("This Place Is Death")

In 1974, a much younger Charlotte was present on the same day that Sawyer's group arrived at the barracks with Amy, and infiltrated the Initiative after the frequent time shifts. Giddily, she ran across the grounds with her mother following, and waved to Daniel - who gasped in shock "Charlotte", as this happened just after she had died from the time flashes. ("LaFleur")

Daniel Faraday tells Charlotte she has to leave the Island. ("The Variable")

Three years later in 1977, Daniel came to her at the playground while she was on the swingset. While she seemed apprehensive to talk at first, due to the fact she was "eating chocolate before dinner" and was not allowed to, but she became at ease when Daniel informed her he wouldn't tell anyone. He told her that Pierre Chang would be soon evacuating people from the Island, and that she needed to go with her mother when that happened. He also told Charlotte that if she ever returned to the Island, she would die. The conversation left Charlotte evidently upset because of Daniel's distress, enough that she would repress the memory until the moments leading upto her death where Daniel was by her side. ("This Place Is Death") ("The Variable")

Charlotte was seen by Miles being helped out of a DHARMA van by her mother Jeanette, seconds before his own mother exited the same van with the past version of him and argued with his father. Her mother said something to her, and they headed for the submarines. It is presumed that they evacuated the Island on the submarine that Kate, Sawyer and Juliet were forced to board. Her father did not leave with them, and was left behind. It is also possible her sisters were left behind also, as they were not seen at the submarine docking, however it is also equally likely that Charlotte's mother remarried and bore them off the Island. ("Follow the Leader")

Off the Island

After leaving the Island, Charlotte and her mother settled in England. Charlotte claimed that whenever she asked her mother about the Island, her mother insisted that it was all in Charlotte's imagination. ("This Place Is Death")

Charlotte smiles as she finds the DHARMA collar on a polar bear skeleton in an archaeological dig in Tunisia. ("Confirmed Dead")

Charlotte did her undergraduate studies at the University of Kent, and she also received a DPhil (mistakenly referred to as a Ph.D.) in Cultural Anthropology from Oxford University. She stated that her reason for becoming an anthropologist was so that she might be able to find her way back to the Island again. She also spoke fluent Korean and claimed, perhaps jokingly, but did not demonstrate an ability to speak Klingon. ("Confirmed Dead")  ("Something Nice Back Home")  ("This Place Is Death")


In 2004, around the time that the faked wreckage of Oceanic Flight 815 was recovered (about which she had already expressed serious disbelief), Charlotte was at an excavation site in Tunisia. She bribed a man in charge to allow her into a dig-site. The excavation revealed the skeleton of a polar bear, and, around the bear's neck was a DHARMA collar, with the Hydra station logo emblazoned upon it. This discovery caused Charlotte evident pleasure as she began smiling. Charlotte recognized the DHARMA logo from her time on the island when she was a child, and the emblem on the collar clearly proved the Island's existence and thus confirmed that she had not simply made the island and her tropical polar bear story up like her mother had said. ("Confirmed Dead")


Charlotte was recruited by Matthew Abaddon and Naomi Dorrit to go to the Island in search of Benjamin Linus. Together with Miles Straume, Naomi, Daniel Faraday and Frank Lapidus, she formed a five-member team for which every member was chosen for (apparently) a specific reason. Also, at some point before she was recruited by Abaddon for the mission aboard the freighter, she won an award, most likely for her outstanding work in anthropology during the archeolgical dig in Tunisia. ("Confirmed Dead")

Back on the Island

Days 91–100 (Season 4)

After landing on the Island, Charlotte is questioned by Locke's group. ("Confirmed Dead")

Charlotte Lewis arrived on the Island after parachuting from a helicopter which had taken off from the freighter, after it encountered severe difficulties mid-flight. She was the last of the passengers to jump out (after Miles and Daniel) when the helicopter encountered electrical problems. During landing, her parachute got caught in a tree which hung over a small river, causing her to become suspended upside down. She managed to free herself by releasing her parachute, landing in the water below, evidently very happy to be back on the island, just before encountering Locke's group of survivors. She showed great pleasure at arriving on the Island and finding inhabitants, smiling and laughing. She questioned the group about various issues, such as how many survivors there were. When she broached the subject of potential rescue, she seemed surprised when Locke announced that his group didn't want to be rescued from the Island. Locke told Charlotte that he wanted her to come with his group, at which she looked greatly shocked and apprehensive. Her transponder was later found attached to Vincent apparently to throw off anyone who may have been looking for her, as she had been taken hostage. ("Confirmed Dead")

Charlotte is shocked as Ben recites her entire history. ("Confirmed Dead")
After Frank Lapidus let off a flare, Charlotte was told she couldn't leave, but defied Locke and attempted to leave Locke's group to meet up with the rest of her team anyway but, before she could leave them, she was shot twice in the chest by Ben. She survived the gunshot however, because she was wearing a cleverly concealed bullet-proof vest that had been provided by Miles before she jumped out of the helicopter. After this, Sawyer held a gun to Ben's head, but was talked out of killing him by Locke, who said it was his mess to clean up. Just as Locke is about to shoot him, Ben began to divulge extremely detailed information pertaining to Charlotte's personal history and background, and the background of the rest of her team.
Sayid brings Charlotte back to Frank, in return for a seat in the chopper. ("The Economist")
This information, however, may or may not be correct, according to Charlotte herself. Ben then bartered with them to keep himself alive, informing the group that he had a spy among the freighter people. ("Confirmed Dead")

Charlotte continued traveling with Locke's group unwillingly, and as she pointed out to Hurley, her status was basically that of a hostage. With the rest of the group, she reached the barracks. She wasn't there for long however, as Sayid arrived (with Kate and Miles), and proposed a deal to Locke; he wanted to exchange his hostage, Charlotte, in return for Miles. Locke accepted the exchange and Charlotte was released back to Jack and her other team-mates. Frank asked her if she wanted to return to the freighter by helicopter, but she refused, explaining that she had work to do on the Island. ("The Economist")

Juliet commands Charlotte to call the "other number" to the freighter. ("Eggtown")

Along with Jack, Juliet and her fellow science team member, Daniel, Charlotte traveled to the beach camp, where she met some of the other Flight 815 survivors. That night she played a card game with Daniel to test his memory. After only guessing two out of three cards correctly, Charlotte attempted to console Daniel by telling him that he was making progress, showing a more compassionate side to her usually forceful personality. Their game was interrupted when Jack and Juliet questioned them about the satellite phone they had in their possession from the helicopter. They didn't believe that there was only one contact number to get in touch with freighter. Charlotte told them that there was also another number, one used for emergencies, and Juliet asked her to dial it. Charlotte reluctantly called the number and Regina picked up; she informed Charlotte that the helicopter, carrying Sayid and Desmond, never arrived back at the freighter. ("Eggtown")

Charlotte is displeased as Faraday explains the existence of time travel. ("The Constant")

While being continuously questioned by Jack about the discrepancies of the helicopter flight, Charlotte repeatedly answered that she didn't know what was going on and why it hadn't arrived at the freighter by now. Juliet then noted that it was very peculiar and strange that Charlotte didn't seem to be at all worried about those who were on the helicopter. Daniel then asked Charlotte if they should "tell them", and Charlotte hinted to him that she did not want to. However, Daniel told them that the Islander's perception of time was not realistic, and that the helicopter was fine. Daniel informed them that their people would arrive on the freighter given time anyway, much to Charlotte's clear displeasure. ("The Constant")

Charlotte and Faraday consult a map on their way to the Tempest. ("The Other Woman")

Later that night, in secret, Charlotte and Daniel packed a bag full of gas masks and HAZMAT suits and set off for the Tempest, a DHARMA station on another side of the Island. During a rest-stop along the way, a somewhat anxious Daniel asked Charlotte what would happen to them if "he couldn't do it". Reassuring him, Charlotte told him that he would be able to, and just as they were about to set off once more, Kate chanced upon them while running through the jungle. She quizzed them about what they were doing, and Charlotte lied to her, fabricating a false story that they were looking for the packs that they threw away from the helicopter. When Kate searched in their bags and found their gas-masks, before she could question either of them, Charlotte whacked her on the back of the head with the butt of her gun, rendering her unconscious. ("The Other Woman")

Charlotte reveals her and Daniel's true intents at the Tempest. ("The Other Woman")  (promotional still)

The two journeyed on, and they eventually reached the Tempest. When they arrived there, they then began working on the station's computer network to disable the lethal gas system that was installed there. They nearly completed their mission, when Juliet arrived and attempted to stop them, under the false impression that they were trying to destroy the island by switching the lethal gas system on instead. Juliet fought Charlotte for a while, before beating her into submission, but when she and Daniel told Juliet what they were actually doing there, she changed her mind and allowed them to continue their work. Later, an angry Kate arrived and held Charlotte at gunpoint outside the station, but after Juliet explained that Charlotte was on their side, she relented, and Charlotte brought her into the Tempest to explain to her what had just happened. ("The Other Woman")

Charlotte was also one of the people present at the beach when the body of Ray, the Kahana's medic, washed up on shore with a slit throat. When she was questioned by Jack, she denied having any knowledge about his death. As a result, Daniel later revealed that it was never their objective to rescue any of the survivors from Oceanic 815. ("The Shape of Things to Come")

Jin realizes that Charlotte understands Korean. ("Something Nice Back Home")

A day later, both Charlotte and Daniel were still being hassled by the survivors, most notably Bernard and Rose, about how much information they knew about the freighter, and the intentions of the people still on board. The bickering was interrupted by Jack, who needed emergency surgery to remove his infected appendix. Charlotte, along with her teammate Daniel, and 815 survivors Jin and Sun, agreed to travel to the Staff station to collect medical supplies for Jack's treatment. When they reached the station, Daniel gallantly offered to enter inside first to make sure that there wasn't any danger. Jin remarked to Sun in Korean that he wondered if Charlotte knew that Daniel liked her, to which Sun replied "she's a woman, she knows". Charlotte then smiled to herself at this interchange while looking at the both of them, all the while not realizing that she had just given away the fact that she could understand Korean to Jin. ("Something Nice Back Home")

Jin forces Charlotte to admit she speaks fluent Korean. ("Something Nice Back Home")

After gathering the medical supplies for Jack's operation, the group returned to the beach, where Jin decided to confront Charlotte about earlier. He revealed that he knew that she could speak Korean, as he noticed her listening, and reacting to, several conversations he and Sun were having on the way there. Though initially she denied this fact at first, Charlotte finally caved in after Jin threatened to harm Daniel if she didn't admit to it. Charlotte spoke to Jin in Korean, and asked him what it was that he wanted from her. Jin instructed her that she was to make sure that Sun was on the helicopter when it left the Island. Charlotte agreed to his proposal. ("Something Nice Back Home")

Faraday explains to Charlotte the meaning behind the secondary protocol. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")

The next day, Frank Lapidus, who was flying overhead in a chopper, threw a satellite phone down onto the beach. The phone was tracking the helicopter, and Jack and Kate believed that they should follow it inland. Before they did however, Daniel put a call through and listened to what was happening on the other end, but he appeared to be very dismayed by what he heard. Charlotte, noticing that something wasn't right, asked Daniel "what's wrong?" He told her that "they were using the secondary protocol" and that they had to get everyone off the Island right away, due to extreme danger. A while later, Daniel began to ferry people from the Island to the freighter via the emergency raft, the Zodiac. Charlotte stood from the shore watching, looking somewhat anxious after him as he left with the first group of survivors. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")

Charlotte is shocked as Miles discusses her search for the Island. ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")

When Daniel returned to ferry a second group to the freighter, he told Charlotte and Miles that they should be on the next one. Charlotte was initially compliant with Daniel's request, until Miles asked her why she was willing to leave so soon, after trying hard to get back to the Island again - implying that she has been to the Island before. Charlotte was very visibly surprised that Miles knew of this. This clearly led Charlotte to rethink her decision. Later, Charlotte told Daniel that she was not going to go back to the freighter quite yet, because she was still "looking for where she was born." She kissed Daniel tenderly on the cheek before they parted ways. ("There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3")

Season 5

Time flashes

Charlotte was at the beach camp when white light immersed the whole of the camp, and the various makeshift structures disappeared from sight. When Daniel arrived back on the Zodiac she was overjoyed to see him alive and OK, having thought he may have been on the freighter when it exploded, sank and disappeared, and the two embraced each other. She then followed Daniel as their group headed to the Swan to try and analyze the events in progress. She displayed her anger and annoyance when Sawyer struck Daniel, becoming very protective over him. Later, while conversing with Daniel, her nose bled in a manner similar to that of Minkowski and Desmond when they were unstuck in time in "The Constant". She made an off-hand comment that she had not had nosebleeds since she was a child. Daniel displayed serious concern and fear because of this, but then managed to cover it up convincingly and effectively by saying that it was just the sight of blood that was disturbing him. Daniel then told Charlotte to return to the beach while he recovered his backpack from the jungle. ("Because You Left")

Charlotte reveals she forgot her mother's maiden name. ("The Lie")

Back on the beach, around two hours afterward, and after another timeshift, Charlotte hugged Daniel when he reappeared, claiming he had gotten lost while looking for his pack. Later that evening while he was doing calculations, Charlotte approached him and gave him some fruit she had found while they'd been in the jungle. She explained to him that her headache was consistent, was not going away, and was getting increasingly worse. More worryingly, she seemed to be suffering from severe and peculiar memory loss; she was unable to remember her mother's maiden name for a short time, which was obviously worrying her greatly. Suddenly looking serious, revealing the true intent of why she had approached him, she asked Daniel if he knew why this was happening to her. Before he had the time to answer her, Miles approached the camp with a boar he had found dead. Soon after, the camp came under heavy attack from an unseen group firing flaming arrows from within the jungle. Charlotte and Daniel, sticking close together, fled into the jungle, Daniel helping Charlotte when she fell over while running away. ("The Lie")

Charlotte is shocked when Faraday confesses his love for her. ("Jughead")

However, soon after reaching the rendezvous point, Charlotte, Daniel, and Miles were captured by a group of Others, led by a young woman named Ellie. The three remaining members of the freighter crew were then taken back to a camp being occupied by the Others, and led to a tent where they were held captive. Charlotte's headaches became worse and worse as their journey towards the camp progressed. As leverage, Daniel offered to help deactivate the bomb, citing his love for Charlotte as the reason he would not detonate it instead, as he would 'never do anything to harm her'. Before he departed, he admitted to Charlotte that he was telling the truth, and that he did love her, as she expressed skepticism that he was telling the truth to Richard Alpert so that he would trust him. He then departed for the bomb with Ellie. Charlotte then remained in the tent with Miles until the survivors time-traveled again, crying slightly to herself after he left. Soon after, the flashing light of the time travel happened, and the survivors were all reunited again. Daniel ran over and embraced Charlotte, however when they let go, Charlotte's nose began bleeding profusely, and she collapsed onto the ground, unconscious. Daniel huddled over her and grabbed her in obvious distress and fear moments later. ("Jughead")

Charlotte warns Jin, "This place is death!" ("This Place Is Death")

Charlotte was incapacitated for over ten minutes as a concerned Daniel and Juliet attempted to revive her. Eventually, she regained consciousness, but was initially slightly confused, not remembering who Daniel was although, apart from a slight headache, she said she felt fine. Along with the rest of the group, she trekked back to the beach camp to collect the Zodiac so as to sail around the horn of the Island and reach the the Orchid. Along the way, Daniel told Charlotte that she'd be able to rest up when they reached the zodiac, to which she replied, "you're sweet, but you don't have to baby me. I'm fine". Eventually, they reached the beach camp after enduring another time-shift. They found the camp deserted, the zodiac missing and two canoes beached on shore. They took one of the canoes and began sailing to another part of the Island, but along the way they were waylaid by unseen assailants firing guns at them from another canoe. They survived the attack when a timeshift brought them back in time to 1988. After landing on another shore of the Island during an extremely violent storm, Charlotte found some scattered items and the recent wreckage of a sailing vessel strewn about on the beach. She immediately alerted the other survivors to her curious discovery. ("The Little Prince")

Charlotte dies in Faraday's arms. ("This Place Is Death")

Charlotte and the others continued their lengthy trek to the Orchid, all the while experiencing increasingly frequent (and obviously more damaging) time flashes along the way. After another double attack of these flashes, Charlotte collapsed, bleeding profusely from her nose. As Dan and the others tried to revive her she spoke rapidly in Korean, not making much sense. Then, in English, she told Jin that "she" must not return to the Island because "This place is death." While the others discussed what to do with her, Charlotte's consciousness seemed to slip between time, much like that of Minkowski and Desmond. She referenced many past experiences in her life, speaking in a childlike voice, i.e. "you know what my mum would say about me marrying an American". Unable to move by herself, Locke refused to allow anyone to help Daniel with carrying Charlotte the rest of the way. She urged a reluctant Dan to leave her behind and accompany the rest of the group to the Orchid, which he refused to do. Before the others left, they discussed how they would find the station if it was at a point in time when it had not been built yet and, in a rare moment of lucidity, Charlotte mysteriously told them "you will find it at the well". ("This Place Is Death")

A little while after the other survivors continued on to the Orchid and Charlotte's condition had dramatically worsened, she confessed to Dan that she remembered how she grew up on the Island as a child, and had left it with her mother at an early age. She also mentioned the DHARMA Initiative, having been on the Island while they were still functioning there. Despite her mother's assertion that she had merely invented the Island, Charlotte believed otherwise, and had been searching for it ever since. She was desperately trying to find her dad, which is why she became a cultural anthropologist. She also confided to Dan that, as a child, a "crazy man" told her that she must leave the Island and never return, or she would die. Realizing that she was going to die on the Island as a result of the repeated time jumps, she finally recognized that man as Dan, warning her from the future. After telling him this, she experienced one more moment of madness due to her repeated time jumps. Smiling, she said she was "not allowed to eat chocolate before dinner", remembering when she met Daniel as a child, and then tragically died as he comforted her. ("This Place Is Death")


When the final flash occurred and the living members of Sawyer's group where transported to the 1970s, Charlotte's body remained in the ancient time in which she died. As the time flash occurred, she disappeared in front of Daniel as he moved through time and left her behind. The rest of Sawyer's group came back for Charlotte and Dan, and Juliet consoled Dan over Charlotte's death. ("LaFleur")

When the rest of the survivors became part of the DHARMA Initiative, Daniel noticed a young Charlotte amongst the members with her mother. He quietly exclaimed her name and she waved at him, before running off out of sight. Daniel, Sawyer and Juliet would later witness key events from Charlotte's childhood, including her exodus from the Island. ("LaFleur") ("The Variable") ("Follow the Leader")


  • Charlotte's total episode count is 18 (as of "Follow the Leader").
  • Charlotte was the twenty-seventh character to ever have a flashback.
  • Charlotte is one of the six characters to have their first flashback in the first episode they appeared in. The other five are Miles, Lapidus, Jack, Juliet, and Jacob.
  • Charlotte has appeared in three episodes since her death ("LaFleur", "The Variable" and "Follow the Leader"), all of which are due to the survivors encountering her after time traveling back to the 1970s.
  • Ben's recitation of Charlotte's birth date as "July 2, 1979" in "Confirmed Dead" was an error according to producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. They have confirmed Charlotte's birthdate should have been 1971.
    • The producers originally assigned partial blame for the error on Rebecca Mader, indicating Mader changed the date on set without the producers' permission. (Official Lost Podcast/March 19, 2009) Lindelof and Cuse later retracted the statement and apologized, admitting Mader's script had indeed shown 1979 as Charlotte's birth date. Despite the confusion, Lindelof and Cuse maintain that Charlotte was born in 1971.[1][2]
  • Charlotte has met all of the main cast except for Boone, Shannon, Nikki, Paulo, Ana Lucia, Eko, Libby, Walt, Charlie and Ilana.
    • Charlotte has met almost all of the survivors who were alive at the time of her arrival, because she had visited both Jack and Locke's group of survivors.
  • The headline on the right hand side of the Tunisian newspaper she is reading reads "Le lavage de cerveaux en liberté" - "Brainwashing in liberty".
  • Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have confirmed that the role was originally offered to Kristen Bell, who turned it down to join the cast of Heroes. Thus, Rebecca Mader auditioned for the part, and was the only new cast-member to read for her role.[3]
  • Charlotte was originally intended to be in eight episodes but her role was expanded to a series regular.
  • Because Charlotte studied for her doctorate at Oxford, it would be a D.Phil rather than a PhD as stated by Ben in "Confirmed Dead".
  • Charlotte was the last member of the freighter crew to be cast for Season 4.
  • Charlotte was originally scripted as an American character. Rebecca Mader auditioned with an American accent, and then her own, and the producers liked it so much that they changed the character to be British. [4]
  • Despite her storyline in Season 4 revolving around her role as part of the science team from the Kahana, Charlotte has never been seen aboard the ship.
  • Charlotte knew Charles Widmore; she wondered if Widmore would look for them, after the Island moved. ("Because You Left")
  • Charlotte is one of two main characters to die who were never given a centric episode with more than one flashback, the other being Libby.
  • Charlotte is the first main character to have previously lived/survived on the Island. She was on the Island before any of the others.
  • Charlotte is the tenth main character to die.
  • Charlotte is the first main character to die who was not on Oceanic Flight 815.
  • Charlotte was the first main character to die without another character being responsible-the rest were killed directly or indirectly (Boone died because Locke lied about how he was injured and Michael died due to the C4 being set off by Keamy after Ben killed him) by someone, though it has been argued that she died as a result of Ben turning the FDW.
  • In the casting call she was described as "Late 20s. Very attractive in a naturalistic, athletic way, her looks are only one small part of charms. Precocious, loquacious, and funny, Charlotte a very successful academic who also knows how to handle herself in the real world. On a personal level it is hard to crack the hard shell of poise and certainty around her, but when it DOES crack its like an egg; lots of repressed and pent up emotions spill out."[5]


  • Like the Victorian author Charlotte Brontë, Charlotte Lewis is the eldest of three sisters.
  • The name Charlotte Lewis appeared as a Season 4 clue word for chapter 3 of the Find 815 ARG. it was initially thought to be the names of two separate characters, Charlotte and Lewis.
  • Charlotte Staples Lewis is a reference to the British writer and scholar, Clive Staples Lewis. Lewis is most famous for his works on medieval literature, Christian apologetics, literary criticism, and in fantasy literature (The Chronicles of Narnia). Both C.S. Lewises attended Oxford University.
  • In connection to her name being a reference to C.S. Lewis, Charlotte's mother tries to convince her that the Island is imaginary, similar to the character Susan from Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia, who becomes convinced that Narnia is imaginary despite her time spent there.

Unanswered questions

Unanswered questions
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For fan theories about these unanswered questions, see: Charlotte Lewis/Theories
  • Why did her mother lie to her about growing up on the Island?
  • Did Ben know that Charlotte was born on the Island?
  • How did she know that the frozen wheel could be found "at the well"?
  • Where did she learn Korean and why?
  • Who was Charlotte's father in the DI?



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Red was a Klingon Defense Force Flight controller aboard the USS Phoenix-X. He held the rank of Lieutenant Commander, and was part of a Federation-Klingon Officer Exchange Program from the IKS B'Chnah. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X)



In 2364, Red served aboard the IKS Hegh'ta. ("Remnants")

Lieutenant Commander Red was a Klingon Exchange officer aboard the USS Phoenix-X. He served aboard the IKS Bochnah sometime before 2373, where the ship had encountered an enemy that almost destroyed them. When the Phoenix came to aid, a relationship was established and the Klingon Exchange of half each crew was put into place. In 2374, the half-Klingon-Starfleet crew, including Red, was transferred to the USS Phoenix-X. ("The Tiloniam System")

In 2375, Red was the target for murder by Dorwin and Kayjo in an attempt to cause a war between the Federation and Klingon Empire. ("Betrayal and Honour")

In 2377, Red found he had the ability to see on a certain level of existence. For a time he had witness an alien and an alien starship called the Xoleras that attempted to destroy the Phoenix-X. ("Ghost Face Killah")

In 2378, Red left the Phoenix-X to search for revenge against Kayjo and Dorwin and to find a cure for his sub-existence seeing ability. ("Destiny's Revenge, Part III") But sometime before 2382, Red found Kayjo was killed in a bar fight. ("Spider Agencies, Part I")

In 2382, Red's family was framed for dishonor by General Verticon who made it look like Red's cousin Helenia killed Dorwin. With the help of the Phoenix-X, they found that it was just an attempt to gain favor in the Klingon Council for the Duras family. Red cleared his name when he was able to prove that Verticon was responsible. After this, Red rejoined the Phoenix-X in his old Helm position. ("Spider Agencies, Part II")

Two years later, Red's ability to see on another level of existence, or 'interphase', was accidentally cured by Lox when the Doctor was attempting one of his inhumane experiments. ("Fantastic Method")

Memorable quotes

"Some would say, this creature has the anger of a Klingon! Not me though. I am turning a new leaf and avoiding such one-dimensional observations."
Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "These Aren't the Voyages..."

Background information

See also

Star Trek: Phoenix-X main characters
Cell | Seifer | Armond | Kugo | Red | Kayl | Lox | RaeLuna | Amp | Omega | Trunks | Mayhem | Wallace | Ensign Dan

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Red can refer to the color red, or any of the following:

Sith lightsabers often produced red blades.




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  • The Red Ghost: An Ewok Adventure
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Johnny Gayle

Johnny Gayle in the manga

English (Manga)

Johnny Gayle

Alternate names
  • Red
  • Charlie Gale



KaibaCorp employee

Previous occupation(s)

Green Beret leader

Debut (Manga)

Yu-Gi-Oh! - Duel 029

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! First Series - Episode 022

Appears in





Seiyū (Japanese)

Johnny Gale is an American, former Green Beret leader. He along with Bob McGuire and "Name unknown" known in the English DDM video game as Charlie Gale, Bickford Gage, "Snipes Crosshair" are three men at KaibaLand who Seto Kaiba tells to play Stardust Shootout against Yugi, Honda, and Jonouchi.

Kaiba rigs the game so that the three men on his team have real lasers that cause fatal electric shocks when fired while Yugi and his friends were given toy guns. In the manga, after Anzu and Johji give away the secret about the rigging of the game to her friends, Honda gets a real laser gun from her, tones it down to a non-lethal voltage, and incapacitates McGuire, and the assassin (Jonouchi had previously kicked Gayle in the face).

In the anime, the characters are identified only by colors (Red, Black and Blue). All five members of Yugi's group (Yugi, Honda, Jonouchi, Anzu, and Miho) participate in the game. Miho's timidity led to the downfall of the three KaibaCorp employees.

Johnny Gayle
Yu-Gi-Oh! manga characters
Yugi Mutou - Dark Yugi - Katsuya Jonouchi (Katsuya Jyonouchi) - Anzu Mazaki - Hiroto Honda - Pharaoh Atem
Seto Kaiba - Mokuba Kaiba - Ryo Bakura - Shizuka Kawai - Mai Kujaku - Ryuji Otogi - Sugoroku Mutou - Ryota Kajiki - Ishizu Ishtar (Ishiza Ishutarl) - Rishid Ishtar - Mana - Priest Seto - Kisara - Bobasa - Isis - Karim - Mahad - Shada - Siamun Muran
Main antagonists
Seto Kaiba - Dark Bakura - Dark Master Zorc - Maximillion J. Pegasus (Pegasus J. Crawford) - Marik Ishtar (Maric Ishutarl) - Ghouls - Thief Bakura - Aknadin (Akhenaden) - Zorc Necrophades
Other antagonists
Chopman - Johnny Gayle - Bob McGuire - "Name unknown" - Dinosaur Ryuzaki - Insector Haga - "Bandit" Keith Howard - Ventriloquist of the Dead - Player Killer of Darkness - Meikyū Brothers - Rare Hunter - Pandora - Mask of Darkness - Mask of Light - Strings (The Pantomimer)
Tetsu Ushio - Mrs. Muto - Ms. Chono - Tsuruoka - Tomoya Hanasaki - Sozoji - Goro Inogashira - Director Lucius - A.D. Fujita - Prisoner 777 - Shadi - Professor Kanekura - Professor Yoshimori - ZTV Producer - Hirutani - Junky Scorpion store owner - Kujirada - Playing Card Bomber - Nezumi - Old Man Dentures - Amane Bakura - Feng Long (Dragon) - Hobson (Daimon) - Johji - Koji "the Spider" Nagumo - Mr. Karita - Crocketts - Saruwatari - "Ghost" Kotsuzuka - Satake - Takaido - Cyndia - Arthur Hawkins (Arthur Hopkins) - Mr. Clown (Mr. Crown) - Step Johnny - Isono - Esper Roba - Aknamkanon (Akhenamkhanen) - Gebelk - Hassan
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