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Boone's flight to Sydney took 15 hours.
Numbers: 4 The camp is 4 miles west of the hatch. In Locke' story, Michelangelo looked at the block of marble for 4 months.Bryan, Shannon's boyfriend punched Boone 4 times.
Island events in this episode take place on October 15th 2004.
Boone is wearing a t-shirt with the Chinese characters for 8 (""ª"), 10 ("\"), and 4 ("Žl") written vertically down the chest. In the Chinese writing system, 14 is written by combining the characters for 10 and 4, as in "\Žl". 8 and 14 are of course two of the Lost numbers. Coincidentally, 14 in Chinese sounds very close to "'‰Ž€", which means "certain death" and alludes to Boone's fate later on in the season.
Goof: When Boone is tied up, his right hand is tied to his chest and his left hand is tied around his back. However, when he reaches for the knife with his right hand, you can see in the shots of his back that his right hand is tied behind his back.
In the scene in which Boone is denouncing the ill-treatment that Shannon suffers, a few policemen lead a handcuffed Sawyer by.
The seeds Kate collected are not passion fruit seeds but papaya (also known as mamão, tree melon, or pawpaw) seeds.
When Shannon and Boone are talking right before the "monster" jumps out Shannon's hair is wet and down, but when they are running in the next shot it's in a bun and dry.
When Kate is talking to Jack about Locke not catching any boars, Kate switches her rationale for why he isn't bringing any back in mid-sentence. First, she suggests that the herd of boar isn't really thinning out, and that Locke has decided not to catch any for them; then, seconds later, she follows this up by asking why Locke should catch boar for them if the herd is thinning out.
In the scene where Locke throws the knife in front of Boone, the knife disappears from his hand as he raises it above his head, then reappears just before he throws it.
The scene where Boone is bribing Shannon's boyfriend, it's supposedly in Australia, but it is very obviously the yacht harbor in West Waikiki. Both the Ilikai and Hilton Hawaiian Village can be seen in the background.
After getting the compass Sayid puts it down right next to a magnet! Not the best way to use (or abuse) a compass.
Sunset is not at true west, rather in the northern hemisphere it's actually south west - the norther you go, the souther it is. (And vice versa for the southern hemisphere.) Based on how Jack and Sayid pointed when talking about the compass, this would place them quite far to the north (explaining the polar bear). However this contradicts the episode Solitary which placed them somewhere near Tahiti, which is due East of Australia. However there is another variable here, which Sayid should have known, and that is Magnetic Variance (declination), this is the difference between true north and magnetic north. In Tahiti it's more than 10 degrees. Which is exactly the difference the compass showed! (As far as I could see.) So perhaps Jack correctly figured out North from the sunset, but they simply forgot about the declination.
When Locke is putting the "stuff" on Boone's head the camera cuts to the back of Boone's head, the stuff is dripping in his hair, and when it cuts back it's gone, and cuts back and it's there again... probably the usage of different takes.
During a flashback, Boone's Sydney hotel room has a window view of the Sydney Opera House. However, the view is a geographically impossible one. The hotel would have to be in a position where the Sydney Harbour Bridge currently is, or built somewhere on the water.
(Kate and Sun are kneeling by Sun's garden)
Kate: Can you believe we've been here for over three weeks? I was on my way to Bali. I travel a lot. I was looking forward to exploring the island. Somehow I ended up on a flight to LA instead. I guess that falls under the category of "Be careful what you wish for." (Sun smiles and then looks at Kate) You understood me. (Sun gets worried look on her face) You did, didn't you? You just understood what I said. You speak English?
Sun: Please... don't tell anyone.
Hurley: You want to wish something on your worst enemy? Hope they step on a sea urchin.
Boone: I'm going to give you 25,000 U.S. Dollars.
Bryan: I love her.
Boone: How much?
Bryan: My love for her? It's worth closer to $50,000.
Boone: We've been coming here for two days, just staring at this thing. I'm not really sure what we're supposed to be doing.
Locke: Ludovico Buonarroti. Michelangelo's father. He was a wealthy man. He had no understanding of the divinity in his son, so he beat him. No child of his was going to use his hands for a living. So Michelangelo learned not to use his hands. Years later, a visiting Prince came into Michelangelo's studio and found the master staring at a single 18-foot block of marble. Then he knew the rumors were true that Michelangelo had come in every day for the past four months, stared at the marble, and gone home for his supper. So the Prince asked the obvious, "What are you doing?" And Michelangelo turned around and looked at him and whispered, "Sto lavorando". "I'm working." Three years later, that block of marble was the Statue of David.
Boone: We're not going to stare at this thing for four months, are we?
Kate: I can see you there you know.
Jack: I wasn't hiding, just didn't want to disrupt you from whatever it is you're doing.
Kate: It's not like it's a secret.
Jack: Hard to tell with you sometimes.
Hurley: (About Jin) I'm not kidding. He offered me something to eat right after we, you know, got here, um, the thing with the spikes?
Jack: Sea urchin.
Hurley: Yeah. When I turned him down it's like I soiled his family honor or something. He hasn't looked me in the eye since. The guy holds a serious grudge.
Boone: John, people are talking about what we're doing out here everyday, especially since we never come back with anything.
Locke: You mean boar.
Locke: Plenty of fruit and fish to go around. What we're doing here is far more important.
Sun: You don't know what my husband is capable of.
(After Boone tried to bribe Shannon's boyfriend to leave her)
Boone: You set me up, this whole thing was a setup.
Bryan: She's just getting what she's owed.
Boone: What'd you just say?
Bryan: She told me that your mum screwed Shannon over after her daddy died. Kept all of Shannon's father's money for herself. What a sweet mom you got there.
Boone: This isn't the first time you've done this, is it? (Shannon doesn't answer) Oh, you little bitch.
(Jin says something in Korean to Hurley then walks off)
Hurley: You just said something mean, didn't you?
Shannon: Boone. What're you doing here?
Boone: 15 hours - I just spent 15 hours on a plane. "Happy to see you", "Glad you're here", somethin' like that might be nice.
Boone: Stay away from my sister.
Sayid: To me that sounds like an order.
Boone: It's just a friendly suggestion.
Sayid: A suggestion?
Boone: Yeah. And if I were you, I'd listen.
Sayid: What if I don't?
Hurley: (to Boone) You and Locke are going out everyday huntin' boar, how come you're not comin' back with any? We haven't had fresh pork on our plates in a week, dude.
Boone: It's not like they're domesticated.
Hurley: Maybe you're not trying hard enough.
Boone: We're hunting, alright?
Hurley: I hope so, because people need food, man - solid food. This isn't a game, man.
Jack:Mind if I join you? It's been awhile since you and I talked, John.
Locke: Well, you're a busy man.
Jack: So are you. Where's Boone?
Locke: I haven't seen him today.
Jack: Yeah? You two have been attached at the hip all week.
Locke: Well, let me just check my hip ... nope, no Boone.
Boone: (About his vision of Shannon) I saw her die.
Locke: How did you feel when she died?
Boone: I felt...I felt relieved.
Locke: Yes, time to let go.
Shannon: You brought the money because you're in love with me.
Boone: You show up here plastered -
Shannon: You've always been in love with me.
Boone: You've always been a self-centered little bitch, but now you're delusional.
Shannon: I've always known it.
Boone: You're sick.
Shannon: No...Boone. (they start to make out)
Boone (to Shannon): So the player got played. Poetic, don't you think?
Jack: What do you think his story is?
Charlie: Who, Locke? Guy's a freak of nature. Highly disturbed. Chances are he probably killed all his mates at the post office the day his mum forgot to put a cookie in his lunch tin. That was my first impression, anyway. Then he saved my life.
Jack: Then you trust him?
Charlie: Trust him? No offense mate, but if there was one person on this island that I would put my absolute faith in to save us all, it would be John Locke.
Hurley: (to Jin) Are you sure you don't speak English? There's a rumor that you do....your wife's hot! (Jin doesn't respond)
Sun: I took English lessons in Korea. [Jin] doesn't know...it's complicated.
Kate: So why don't you tell him now?
Sun: I can't.
Sun: Because I love him.
Kate: I don't...
Sun: Have you ever lied to a man you loved?
Jack: Locke. Where did you see Locke?
Sayid: About a mile east of here, walking through the jungle. At least, I think it's east.
Jack: Put out your hand. (Kate looks at him in a wary way)
Jack: You'll like it, I swear.
(Kate reaches out her hand and Jack puts his cupped hand over Kate's and opens it up slowly. leaving his hand on top of hers)
Kate: Hmm, gross little greyish yellow thingies?
Jack: No, these are slimy little blueish black thingies. (Jack removes his hand and Kate looks down)
Kate: Guava seeds.
Jack: What's a garden without guava?
Charlie: How am I doing? With week two of heroin withdrawal? Or how am I doing with Claire being abducted by the freak who tried to kill me?!?
Jack: I gave you asprin for the heroin withdrawal.
Sayid: I didn't hear you.
Locke: Sorry, I'm sneakier than I give myself credit for.
- Denmark: April 1, 2005 on Kanal 5
- Greece: August 20, 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
This episode features a commentary by executive producer Carlton Cuse, supervising producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, and actors, Ian Somerhalder and Maggie Grace on the season 1 DVD set.
Like the previous two episodes, Emilie de Ravin (Claire) does not appear in this episode and is not credited.
A Boone -centric episode.
Locke: (to Sayid) Well you made a compass. I haven't seen one of those since I was a Webelos.
"Webelos" is the highest rank a Cub Scout can achieve, the last step before becoming a Boy Scout. The requirements include familiarity with the requirements of being a boy scout, as well as the completion of various physical tasks.
Episode title: Hearts and Minds
Hearts and Minds was 1974's Oscar-winning documentary, a provocative look at the US involvement in the Vietnam War. Expression was based on the military pacification program, "Winning the Hearts and Minds" of the Vietnamese villagers.
Hurley: "I saw it on TV once!"
Hurley either saw an episode of Friends where Monica gets stung by a jellyfish and Chandler has to pee on it or he saw an episode of Survivor where the same thing happened.
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