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Enhanced version of Season 4, Episode 6: The Other Woman-Enhanced
Produced by: Met|Hodder


Act 1

Juliet is waiting for a therapy session.
The diplomas on the wall indicate
her therapist has a bachelors from Columbia
and a Masters in Psychology from Yale.

This is not a flash forward, but a flashback.
We know because this man, Tom
aka Mr. Friendly, was killed by Sawyer
in "Through the Looking Glass" in Season 3.

We have seen on-island flashbacks
in only four other episodes
over the past two seasons.

Juliet is a fertility specialist
and was recruited to the island by Ben
to find out why all the pregnant women
die during pregnancy on the island.

Act 2

Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Hurley and Michael
heard whispers in the jungle
just before being ambushed by the Others
in "Live Together, Die Alone" in Season 2.

Ben used the Tempest station
to release poisonous gas in the Purge.
The Purge was a mass killing
of all the members of the DHARMA Initiative.

Rousseau told Sayid she heard whispers
coming from the Others in the jungle.
Shannon heard whispers when Walt appeared.

This is Goodwin. He posed as an Oceanic 815 passenger
to gather info on the tail section survivors
in "The Other 48 Days" in Season 2.

In "One of Us" in Season 3
we saw Juliet lose several patients
She grew discouraged and wanted to go home
but Ben insisted she stay and finish her work.

Harper's last name is Stanhope
so Goodwin's full name is Goodwin Stanhope.

"The Tempest" is a reference in part
to Shakespeare's play, The Tempest
a story about a group of people
who shipwreck on a magical island.

Act 3

Kate is returning from the barracks.
She stayed there to find out
if the freighter people
know that she is a fugitive.

The Others had files on the Oceanic survivors.
Juliet allowed Jack to read his file
in "A Tale of Two Cities" in Season 3.

Ben had only one significant woman in his life
a close childhood friend named Annie.
She gave Ben a carving of herself
as a birthday present when they were kids.

This is not the first confirmation
Of Juliet and Goodwin's relationship.
We saw the two of them in bed together
in "One of Us" in Season 3.

Miles Straume is from the freighter.
Locke is keeping him prisoner in the boathouse.

(Claire calls Locke's actions "hostile")
The people of the DHARMA Initiative
referred to the Others as the "Hostiles."

Penny Widmore told Charlie
she knew nothing of any boat.
Charlie warned Desmond just before he died.

Ben is reading Philip K. Dick's VALIS
the semi-autobiographical tale of a man
named "Horselover Fat," and his quest
for personal and cosmic spirituality.

Ben conned Sawyer using a rabbit
with the number 8 stenciled on its fur
in "Every Man For Himself" in Season 3.

Miles told Ben that for $3.2 million
he would lie to his boss
and tell him that Ben was dead.

Act 4

The chemicals Goodwin is working with
are located at the Tempest station.

(The Others watch Oceanic 815 break-up in midair.)
This scene first aired in "A Tale of Two Cities"
in the premier of Season 3.
This version provides the perspectives
of Juliet and Goodwin on the day of the crash.

This is Ben's house at the Others' barracks.
Locke has been living here
since he took Ben prisoner.

Ben told his people to go to the Temple
at the end of last season.
They have not been seen since.

Ben used the tape of the Red Sox
winning the 2004 World Series
to prove to Jack
he had contact with the outside world.

Charles Widmore is the father
of Desmond's girlfriend, Penny Widmore.
He is a very wealthy industrialist
and head of the Widmore Corporation.

Act 5

The Tempest station was named to reflect
the meaning of the world - a violent storm
and symbolizes the destructive properties
of the chemicals used in the station.

Zach and Emma are two children
who survived the crash from the tail section.
They were introduced
in "The Other 48 Days" in Season 2.

Mr. Eko pulled Zach and Emma from the water
and Ana Lucia resuscitated Emma.
They were later abducted by the Others.

The Others kept lists of the survivors
which Ben received from Jacob.
The lists indicated who was worthy
to join their community.

When Ben was held prisoner in the Swan station
he told Ana Lucia that Goodwin believed
Ana Lucia was "worthy" to join the Others.

The Tempest DHARMA logo is a huge wave (Still image of Tempest Station logo pops out of the caption)
symbolic of a catastrophic event
much like the Biblical story of the great flood.

Act 6

Ben's plan to convince Juliet
to kill Charlotte and Faraday was, in essence
the makings of the Purge Part II.

Ben had a malignant tumor on his spine.
He held Jack, Kate and Sawyer prisoner
and convinced Jack to perform surgery
in "I Do" in Season 3.

Goodwin was killed with a spear by Ana Lucia
after she discovered he was not on the plane
in "The Other 48 Days" in Season 2.


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