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A T-shirt was a type of clothing, typically a short sleeved, buttonless, collarless garment which is pulled over the wearers head to cover their torso. Many T-shirt's sported designs or slogans, making the simple item of clothing an ideal way to display the wearers personal tastes.

In 1974, Walter Takagi wore a Godzilla T-shirt while in Rome. (TOS novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1)

In 2285, Hikaru Sulu wore a Filipino T-shirt while privately contemplating whether to accept Starfleet's offer of Command, or aide Kirk in hijacking the Enterprise to rescue Spock. He did so while exercising and performing martial arts at his home on Earth. (TOS novelization Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

In 2289, James T. Kirk, taking shore leave at Yosemite National Park, wore a white one that had printed in black letters, "Go climb a rock." (TOS movie Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)

In 2370 Garak sold "I Saw The Prodigal" T-shirts from his shop on Deep Space 9, as souvenirs for the Illumination of The Prodigal which was drawing visitors to the station. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky)

Department of Temporal Investigations agent Lucsly wore a "DeathTongue" T-shirt for a planned covert mission to the 20th century. (VOY short story: Almost... But Not Quite)

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The following is a list of T-shirts worn by characters on Lost.

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Image Character and Episode Comments
Sawyer
1x01, 1x02, 1x03, 1x04, 1x08, 1x09, 1x12
"Pilot, Part 1","Pilot, Part 2","Tabula Rasa",
"Walkabout",
"Confidence Man",
"Solitary",
"Whatever the Case May Be"
Features the logo of Humpy's Great Alaskan Alehouse.[1] In 1x04 worn near the Flight 815 wreckage, and in 1x12 worn as he talks to Kate just before discovering the waterfall with the Halliburton case. (Image)
Charlie
1x07:
"The Moth"
Features skull and cross bones with text that reads "St Tropez", a seaside town in the south-east of France, coincidentally where Shannon lived and worked as an au pair.
Liam Pace
1x07:
"The Moth"
"Music Slut"
Liam Pace
1x07:
"The Moth"
Liam Pace
1x07:
"The Moth"
Charlie
1x08, 1x09, 1x10 and 1x11:
"Confidence Man",
"Solitary",
"Raised by Another",
"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues"
Fitted distressed stretch fabric with cross motif on chest and shoulders
Boone
1x09, 1x10, 1x11, 1x12 and 1x19:
"Solitary", "Raised by Another", "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues",
"Whatever the Case May Be",
"Deus Ex Machina"
From top to bottom, features the Chinese numerals 8 (八), 10 (十), and 4 (四): The combined 八十四 is equivalent to the Arabic number "84". Appears with sleeves in 1x10 that are apparently cut off to make it sleeveless in 1x11. He is wearing this shirt, covered in blood, in Locke's vision in "Deus Ex Machina". The brand of shirt is EightyFourSkate, a Hawaiian surf/skate company. [2] (Image)
Boone handling the shirts
1x11:
"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues"
In a foreshadowing of his own death, Locke and Boone have a conversation about redshirts from Star Trek, a type of stock character doomed to die to promote the progression of the storyline.

BOONE: Red shirt.
LOCKE: Huh?
BOONE: Ever watch Star Trek?
LOCKE: Nah, not really.
BOONE: The crew guys that would go down to the planet with the main guys, the captain and the guy with the pointy ears, they always wore red shirts. And they always got killed.
LOCKE: Sounds like a piss-poor captain.

Charlie
1x12, 1x18, 2x09 and 2x10:
"Whatever the Case May Be",
"Special",
"What Kate Did",
"The 23rd Psalm"
Features partially unidentified script on two-paneled shirt. First seen in 1x12 as Charlie talks to Rose about his guilt of not saving Claire. (Image) Later seen in mid-Season 2 when Charlie meets a worried Kate in the jungle and takes Eko to the Beechcraft. The script is made up of printed- and sewn-on letters, reading "the -i-n- d-ckn-".
Boone
1x13:
"Hearts and Minds"
Italia national soccer team 1974 FIFA World Cup training shirt.
Boone
1x14 and 1x15:
"Special",
"Homecoming"
Features a set of four aces from playing cards
Charlie
1x15:
"Homecoming"
Hurley and Johnny
1x18 and 2x04:
"Numbers",
"Everybody Hates Hugo"
Employee uniform for Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack, featuring the franchise logo.
Sun
1x20 and 1x21:
"Do No Harm",
"The Greater Good"
Floral design
Jack
1x20:
"Do No Harm"
Town & Country Surf (T&C) Hawaii sleeveless shirt. [3] Features T&C's yin-yang symbol, the Hawaiian Islands, and a double-lion crest.
Sarah
1x20:
"Do No Harm"
"44" chest and back logo
Extra
1x21 and 2x01:
"Man of Science, Man of Faith",
"The Greater Good"
Features a prominent "W", the 23rd letter of the alphabet. Seen at Boone's funeral in "The Greater Good" and at the caves in "Man of Science, Man of Faith" where Jack reassures the survivors of their safety.
Lily
1x24:
"Exodus, Part 2"
"Poison Nothin But a Good Time"
Nothin' But a Good Time was a single released in 1988 by the band Poison.
Background family
1x24:
"Exodus, Part 2"
Family of four (mother, father, two sons) seen in elevator at Hurley's hotel, all wearing shirts feauring koalas, an iconic Australian marsupial. The boys are extras portrayed by the Waidyatilleka brothers, one of whom later portrayed young Hurley.
Charlie
2x04, 2x06, 2x08 and 2x12:
"Everybody Hates Hugo",
"Abandoned",
"Collision",
"Fire + Water"
Starla
2x04:
"Everybody Hates Hugo"
"Har Mar Superstar" pink-brick tee with graphic on side.[4] Trivia: Har Mar Superstar has performed at the Troubador[5], the venue to which Hurley asks Starla to a concert.
[6]The musician Sean Tillmann, aka Har Mar Superstar, confirmed this ID of this shirt via email to Lostpedia
Johnny
2x04:
"Everybody Hates Hugo"
"Led Zeppelin United States of America 1977" concert tour shirt. This shirt is one of the most famous rock concert T-shirts in history [7] , and reproductions have been one of the best sellers at retailers like Hot Topic.
Travis
2x08:
"Collision"
Jason McCormack
2x08:
"Collision"
Unidentified crest with "1969"
Kate
2x09:
"What Kate Did"
"The Heart Stompin Janis Joplin Live in Concert at the Purple Frog Saloon" and "Trying Just a Little Bit Harder" [8] Joplin performed there on Aug 4-5, either 1969 or 1970. [9] . Shirt was worn as she kills Wayne, tells her mother, and gets captured by Edward Mars.
Kate
2x09:
"What Kate Did"
Floral design
Liam Pace
2x12:
"Fire + Water"
Kate
2x14:
"One of Them"
Black Everlast singlet[10] worn in a photo held by Sgt. Austen, Kate's father, in one of Sayid's flashbacks.
Charlie
2x15, 2x16, 3x11 and 3x16:
"Maternity Leave",
"The Whole Truth",
"Enter 77",
"One of Us"
Charlie
2x22, 2x23, 3x17 and 3x18:
"Three Minutes",
"Live Together, Die Alone",
"Catch-22",
"D.O.C."
Features what may be a stylized depiction of J. R. R. Tolkien's white tree of Gondor.
Skeleton
3x03:
"Further Instructions"
Skeleton that Locke found in the polar bear cave with a t-shirt featuring the Pearl DHARMA logo.
Charlie
3x03, 3x14 and 3x15:
"Further Instructions",
"Exposé",
"Left Behind"
Desmond
(owned by Hurley)
3x03:
"Further Instructions"
Rainbow tie-dyed in a spiral pattern
Edward F. "Eddie" Colburn
3x03:
"Further Instructions"
Geronimo Jackson, a reference to a fictional band in the Lost storyline, as seen on vinyl records in The Swan
Paulo
3x04:
"Every Man for Himself"
"Milano" shirt
Charlie
3x05:
"The Cost of Living"
Paulo
3x05, 3x06 and 3x14:
"The Cost of Living",
"I Do",
"Exposé"
CIELO AGUA Y TIERRA
("Sky, water and Earth")
Shirt identified by user "Tommyboy" at Dharmasecrets.com forum [11]
Kevin Callis
3x06:
"I Do"
NBA Miami Heat logo.[12] As Kevin Callis is a Miami-Dade police officer, his support of this basketball team makes sense.
Thai boy
3x09:
"Stranger in a Strange Land"
Features the Om, a symbol often used to identify Hinduism.
Thai boy
3x09:
"Stranger in a Strange Land"
Red/pink tie-dye or batik with printed-on pictures, including an Egyptian pharaoh.
Charlie
3x10:
"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead"
"Bob Dylan Highway 61"
In the song Highway 61 Revisited, Dylan uses the mysterious location Highway 61 as a metaphor for all things dangerous and deadly. Dylan also popularized a song that the episode 1x06 "House of the Rising Sun" is named after.
Paulo
3x11 and 3x14:
"Enter 77",
"Exposé"
Rose or carnation flower motif chest badge, possibly embroidered. Also note Volcomstone (a surfwear line [13]) logo on backpack strap
Claire and Aaron using the shirt
3x12:
"Par Avion"
Claire wraps Aaron in this shirt featuring the Australian flag capped with "Bondi Beach", one of Sydney's most famous beaches.
Nikki
3x14:
"Exposé"
Heart and flame
Paulo
3x14:
"Exposé"
Unidentified crest or crown on back
Ethan Rom
3x14 and Mx10:
"Exposé"
"Jack, Meet Ethan. Ethan? Jack"
"Wisconsin"
University of Wisconsin Badgers apparel [14]. Lost writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, who are credited for this episode, are alumni of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, which is where they met and began their career together as a writing duo [15]
Nikki
3x14:
"Exposé"
"Los Angeles" (pink)
Paulo
3x10 and 3x14:
"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead",
"Exposé"
"52" chest logo
Exposé crew
3x14:
"Exposé"
Shirts with Exposé chest and back logo worn by crew.
Sawyer
3x17 and 3x20:
"Catch-22",
"The Man Behind the Curtain"
EFCI Designs [16] stretch cotton tee with tiger graphic and text "1980" and "Los Angeles". Distressed stretch gray-blue stretch cotton.[17]
Charlie
3x21 and 3x22:
"Greatest Hits",
"Through the Looking Glass"
Charlie dies in this shirt. The English caption reads "The Strong Survive". The Japanese kanji reads, 勇気 信念, meaning roughly "courageous belief": brave + mind, true + thought. This shirt is a "Guess Jeans"[18] Men's "Vintage 1981" line Tee from 2007, MSRP $29.00. The specific color used in Lost is "Durango Grey". The tag reads: DUG A7, as well as M64DX391 and US MN. The UPC bar code is 6 05576 56649 5. See also the Lostpedia Blog entry for this shirt.
Hurley
4x01:
"The Beginning of the End"
Charlie
4x01:
"The Beginning of the End"
Sayid
5x07:
"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"
Features the logo of Build Our World on the back. This shirt is available for purchase at the ABC TV Store
Miles
5x13:
"Some Like It Hoth"
"Shark vs. Bear" shirt by Ames Bros.[19]. First reported by EW EW. See also blog entries: [20], [21]


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Several characters in the alternate reality game The Lost Experience conspicuously wore T-shirts with clues as part of the game, including Rachel Blake and Mel0drama.

Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project

The instructors' shirt (front)
The instructors' shirt (back)

Players who were promoted to the status of instructor in the Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project each received a shirt.[22]

Fan events

From a Comic-Con 2009 video: Michael Emerson sports a shirt from KTUH, the student radio station from the University of Hawaii

In the spoof video from Comic-Con 2009 where Michael Emerson is purportedly auditioning for the part of Hurley, he wears a bandana as well as a T-shirt from KTUH, the student radio station from the University of Hawaii.[23]

See also


This article uses material from the "T-shirts" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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