When Michael catches Locke teaching Walt to throw knives, Locke is holding the knife, but when Michael comes in, Walt is holding the knife.
When Charlie is talking to Kate about how he misses Claire, between shots his right hand goes from having two fingers touching his temple, to having his chin resting in his hand.
When Charlie is reading Claire's diary, a part can be read:
"...I realized I really like Charlie...".
Claire, as an Australian, should have spelled "realized" as "realised".
When Michael takes the box of letters he sent to Walt in Brian's house, he is standing in the middle of an octagonal room and hence under an octagonal ceiling. The octagon is the shape used for the DHARMA logos. Also, an octagonal has 8 sides. 8 is one of "The Numbers".
Michael sent Walt cards every year for 8 years.
Numbers: 4 Boone is wearing a T-shirt with 4 aces on it.The nurse has 4 children.
Island events in this episode take place on October 17th and October 18th 2004.
Notice the pictures in the comic book. One page depicts a doomed ecosystem in the middle of nowhere with a large structure protruding from the center. The other is a polar bear but there is green vegetation in the background. The pictures are similar to the island, possibly something to do with Walt's supposed powers or another hint as to what is going on.
As Walt goes looking for Vincent and the camera pans through the jungle, a green box is visible just for a fraction of a second before it cuts back to Walt and we hear a growl, it looks like some kind of bin or weather box or something. The green box has a yellow lid.
In the Flashback scene when Walt tells Brian and his mother to look, you can see a blonde woman in the background of the living room.
Minor detail: When Michael is talking on a payphone approximately 9 years ago (ie 1993-1994) we see a subway station with N, R and W. The yellow W line did not exist at that point.
The glass between the polar bear and camera is visible when the bear's breath creates fog on it.
Sawyer: What are you two selling today?
Charlie: Where's Claire's diary? Someone took it from her bag.
Sawyer: Oh I get it, something goes missing and right away you figure it's got to be me that took it.
Kate: Do you have the diary or not?
Sawyer: (pulling the diary out) You mean this one?
Charlie: Give it to me.
Sawyer: Now, I'm not sure that's the best idea. Maybe missy Claire don't want you reading it.
Charlie: I wasn't going to read it.
Sawyer: You're not curious what she wrote about you?
Charlie: You bastard. Did you read it?
Sawyer: Good literature's kinda scarce around here.
Charlie: (To Sawyer) You hit like a ponce.
Walt: Am I being punished?
Michael: What, you think working with your old man is punishment? No man. This is us taking control of our destiny.
Walt: Feels like punishment.
(Kate and Charlie are walking toward Sawyer's tent)
Kate: Sawyer! Hey Sawyer!
Charlie: You know, I could just go inside...
Sawyer: Trick or treat.
(Sawyer is pretending he is reading from Claire's diary)
Sawyer: Dear Diary, I'm getting really freaked out by that has-been popstar. I think he's stalking me.
Sawyer: Diary, the little limey runt just won't let up.
Michael: What are we talking about doing now? Looking for another excuse to get chased down and killed by the thing that lives in the jungle?
Hurley: (about Michael) He seems to hate it doesn't he?
Hurley: Being a dad.
Jack: No, it's just a lot of hard work.
Michael (in distance): Walt! Walt!
Hurley: Nah, he hates it.
Sayid: Once I realized these equations were coordinates, latitude and longitude, I assumed the French woman was trying to determine the location of the island. But it was incomplete, the notations fragmented.
Shannon: Except for the fish song.
Jack: The what?
Michael: Walt! Walt!
Charlie (entering): Hey, Michael, you seen Claire's bags?
Michael: You seen my son?
Charlie: You seen her bags?
Michael: He's 10 years old.
Locke: He's been through more than most people in their entire lifetime. Maybe you haven't spent enough time with him to see it, but he's different.
Michael: What did you say?
Locke: And we're not back home. As long as we're here, I think Walt should be allowed to realize his potential.
Michael: Stay away from my son. And me.
Michael: You keep playing my son against me, and I'm going to have a...
(Suddenly Boone tackles Michael, grabs the knife and is on top of him.)
Boone: The man said calm down.
(Michael slugs Boone and gets on top of him.)
Michael: What are you, his attack dog?
(Locke breaks them up.)
Locke: Easy, easy, easy. You're the one that was waving the knife around. He was just trying to make sure you didn't hurt someone. Michael, I know it's been difficult to bond with your son. You know why he's formed an attachment to me? Because I treat him like an adult; you still treat him like a boy.
Michael: (to Locke) You gave my boy a knife?
Locke: You should have seen what...
Michael: Hey, don't tell me what I should have seen, man. If we were back home, I'd call the police on your ass. Encouraging a kid to sneak away from his parent? Giving him a knife like this?
Locke: Walt knows his own mind.
Michael: (putting the knife in Locke's face) Hey, don't talk about my son like you know him.
Locke: You really need to calm down.
Walt: You're a jerk.
Michael: What'd you say to me?
Walt: Mr. Locke didn't do anything wrong. He's my friend.
Michael: He's not your friend anymore. I'm looking out for you.
Walt: You don't care about me. You never cared about me.
Walt: You only showed up after my Mom died. Where were you when I was growing up, huh? Nowhere.
Michael: Listen, Walt. It's complicated.
Walt: I don't even care. You're not my father.
Michael: You want to hate me? You want to punish me for something I can't change? Fine. But you will listen to me.
(Michael takes the comic book from his back pocket and throws it in the fire. The comic book is open to the polar bear page.)
Michael: Now, you get over there, and you stay there. Now!
(shot of Michael looking at the comic book in the fire.)
Michael: Dammit! What is wrong with you?
Locke: I was just coming to see you.
Michael: I told you to stay away from my son.
Walt: He didn't. I was just gonna...
Michael: Walt, I don't want to hear from you.
Locke: I was just giving him this pencil to give to you. I thought you could use it. Consider it a peace offering.
Michael: (leaning in to whisper in Locke's ear) If I catch you with my son again, I'll kill you.
Sayid: You want to build a raft?
Michael: Don't say it like that, man.
Charlie: It's weird. I barely knew (correcting himself)... barely know her...Claire. She's been missing over a week and...every day she's gone it feels like...bits of me are crumbling or... something...
Jack: What is that?
Charlie: It's Claire's. Her diary.
Sayid: You're reading her diary?
Charlie: Yeah, I know, I'm bloody scum. Just listen to this. I had that weird dream again, the one with the black rock I can't get away from. I try to leave, but it won't let me.
Sayid: Black rock?
Jack: It's just dreams, Charlie.
Charlie: No. Sayid mentioned Black Rock before.
Sayid: The French woman mentioned something about her team returning from the Black Rock. The triangle on the map. Maybe it's the triangle on the map.
Charlie: Maybe it's where Claire was taken. Maybe she's there?
Jack: Maybe. Charlie, we all want to find Claire, but there's no sense going out into the jungle in the middle of the night.
Hurley: Yo dudes. Got a new tourney lined up. We're playing for the last of the deodorant sticks. You dawgs up for some golf?
This is the first Michael & Walt-centric episode. It's also the first episode to show flashbacks from two different people's points of view.
A song about the polar bear was written and recorded by You All, Everybody (a band formed in tribute to the show).
- Denmark: April 8, 2005 on Kanal 5
- Greece: August 21, 2008 at 23.00 on ANT1
Vincent, the dog, is actually played by a female dog, whose name is Madison.
Although Jack and Walt's mother Susan shared no scenes and had no interactions, this episode marks the first time the two performers appeared in the same program since Tamara Taylor appeared as Grace, the girlfriend of Matthew Fox's character Charlie on Party of Five.
Although credited, Daniel Dae Kim ("Jin") didn't appear in this episode.
As from this episode, Emilie De Ravin ("Claire") will remain in the opening credits with the rest of the cast, even in episodes where she doesn't appear.
Lord of the Flies:
Walt is much like Simon, both are black boys and possess a "sight" that others don't have. In the book, Simon is in connection with the earth, and Walt might be similar, but we have yet to find out.
Walt: (in his comic book) I like the pictures. Walt's comic book appears to be a Spanish-language reprint of an issue of Green Lantern guest-starring the Flash. Translation of the Green Lantern/Flash: Faster Friends Part I.
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