Hugo "Hurley" Reyes
James "Sawyer" Ford
Dr. Jack Shephard
Dr. Je-Gyu Kim
When Jack comes out of the shower, there are 4 finger marks on the glass door. 4 is one of "The Numbers".
The pregnancy test given to Sun by Sawyer is made by a company called Widmore. This is the name of Desmond's girlfriend, Penelope Widmore's father's company.
Island events in this episode take place on November 20th and November 21st 2004.
When Dr. Kim is speaking to Jin and Sun about her inability to have children, the subtitles refer to Jin as "Mr Kwan." However, as seen earlier, Jin is spoken to by his hotel employer and the subtitles read "Mr Kwon."
The book that Sawyer is reading on the beach is Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret by Judy Blume.
When the camera shows Dr. Kim opening his car door from the inside, you can tell that there are no other cars on the road by looking at the window but when the camera angle changes two white cars appear out of nowhere.
In the scene where Sawyer finds Bernard and Jin on the beach, what Jin hears as gibberish spoken by the other two (a cinematic technique used to illustrate that Jin does not understand English) is actually English, only with the sound reversed. What the two are really saying is as follows:
Bernard: Well... well how do you know?
Sawyer: Oh, I got my sources.
Bernard: Well, aren't you gonna tell him that?
Sawyer: Not my place.
Bernard: You should tell him.
Sawyer: Hell no. Let Sunshine tell him.
John Locke is eating DHARMA brand cereal with the DHARMA logo all over the box, it also has the Sequence DI 9FFTR731 written on the front of the box.
The map becomes slightly more detailed when shown the second time.
When Dr. Kim speaks to Sun regarding her ability to have children, he talks about Jin, referring to him as "your husband." The first time in the translation, it correctly spells it as "your," but the second time, the English translation incorrectly spells it as "you're" (you are).
The pregnancy test that Sun took was Widmore Labs Pregnancy Test. Widmore Construction was the name of Michael's employer.
The fertility doctor tells Sun and Jin that they are unable to have children due to endrometriosis-related scarring blocking the fallopian tubes. Endometriosis is one of the most common causes of infertility in women, and is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus is also found elsewhere in the body.
Charlie: (to Ana-Lucia about Sayid) Humor's not his strong point. (Ana-Lucia just stares at him) And I'm telling this to you.
Henry: Cereal? Wow, where'd you guys get cereal?
Locke: It was down here all along. The pantry's full of food.
Henry: How old is it? You guys don't know much, huh? I mean, I'd be asking all kinds of questions about all this stuff down here. You guys don't even seem that curious.
Jack: Do you want the cereal or don't you?
Henry: This must be my reward for good behavior, huh? I guess I earned myself some good will for finally drawing that map for Ana.
Locke: What map?
Henry: To my balloon.
Henry: (to Jack and Locke) Wow, you guys have some real trust issues, don't you?
(We see Jin fixing Sun's garden)
Sun: What are you doing?
Jin: I'm fixing a mistake.
Sun: You didn't have to.
Jin: Yes, I did. I need you.
Jin: I hate being this way. Fighting. And I can't - I can't talk to anyone. I can't understand them. I need you, Sun.
Ana: Maybe you should give the gun to somebody who knows how to use it.
Charlie: Maybe I will. As I recall, the last time you had a gun you murdered someone.
Ana: (About Henry) All I want to know is if this guy's telling the truth.
Sayid: Why come to me?
Ana: Judging from what you did to his face that's what you want, too.
Jin: (About Sun being unable to get pregnant) Did you know about this before we got married?
Jin: You must have had some idea.
Sun: Why would I keep something like this from you? Oh, yes. I was trying to trap the son of a fisherman!
Jack: (About Henry and Ana) How do you know he hasn't snapped her neck, John?
Locke: How do you know she hasn't snapped his?
Sun: I heard that you have all the medical supplies.
Sawyer: You heard correct.
Sun: May I look through them?
Sawyer (chuckling): No you may not. But if you'll tell me what you're looking for...
Sun: Forget it.
Sawyer: Okay, hold on. Now I'm intrigued. Tell you what, tell me what you're looking for and it's yours, gratis.
Sun: Can't I just look myself?
Sawyer: It's not a drugstore, sweetheart.
Henry: You walked across all the way here? That must have been fun.
Ana: It had its moments. So, are you going to tell me your story, Henry?
Henry: Why bother, I've already told it to everyone - Jack, Locke, the big black guy that cut off his beard in front of me. Oh, yeah, and my buddy, Sayid. You can see how much he liked my story.
Ana: So how about you try me?
Rose: I don't have to give you anything. It's the thought that counts. You just didn't think.
Bernard: I think all the time. You know, maybe you should think about giving me a little bit of a break here.
Rose: Oh, just hush, Bernard. Just hush.
Ana: What do you want, Locke?
Locke: What do I want?
Ana: I've been here over a week - you've never said two words to me. And now you're sitting outside my tent?
Sun: Why do you care so much about a baby you wouldn't even see?
Jin: Don't blame my work, Sun. I work so we can...
Sun: Work? When a man comes home with blood on his hands that isn't "work."
Jin: And why do you think I come home with blood on my hands? I have blood on my hands because of your father. Because of what he makes me do!
Jin: Did you take your temperature?
Sun: Isn't that romantic?
(Sun is bent over in pain next to a tree)
Rose: (to Sun) Honey, are you all right?
Sun: I'm, I think I'm just a little light headed.
Bernard: Well you look as pale as a sheet.
Rose: Well, give her some water...
Bernard: Yes ma'am...
Rose: Don't pay him any mind, honey. He's just mad at the world because he forgot my birthday.
Bernard: I didn't forget. I don't even know what day of the week it is.
Rose: It's Saturday, Bernard!
Sawyer: (to Jin) Yo, Dadio!
Sawyer: Way to go, Papasan. You didn't waste much time. I'd give you a cigar, Bernie, but I'm fresh out.
Bernard: Sun, is pregnant?
Sawyer: Keep it down there, Suzie, I don't think Jin Sr, here knows yet.
Sayid: You should sleep while you can.
Ana Lucia: Yeah, I can't sleep. People don't like me. I tried to get them to most of my life, but, I guess I just gave up a while back. I mean, I am what I am. But, you, you've got a good reason to hate me. I'm sorry, I'm sorry for what I did.
Sayid: You were trying to protect your people. It wasn't you that killed Shannon, it was them.
Sayid: (pointing) That cliff there appears to be this(he points to the cliff on Henry's map)
Ana Lucia: Score one for Henry.
Sayid: Pointing out a geographical touchstone does not mean he's leading us to the balloon.
Ana Lucia: Maybe not, but at least we're on the right island.
(Ana Lucia shows Sayid the map)
Ana Lucia: It's to his balloon.
Sayid: How did you get him to do this?
Ana Lucia: I asked nicely.
(Jack gets out of the shower and finds Locke shaving his face)
Locke: Morning, Jack.
Jack: You couldn't wait til I was done?
Locke: The steam opens up my pores. A man's got no shaving cream, he's got to improvise.
Sun: Please, Jack. This is private, nobody can know.
Kate: You're not going to tell Jin?
Sun: In time I will, it's just - it's complicated.
Jack: As complicated as Jin being the last one on the island to find out you spoke English? Sun, my advice - and it's just that because I'm the last person to ask about this, but - you should tell him. And when you do you should tell him everything - the whole truth.
Charlie: Anyone want breakfast? I've got papayas and papayas.
Ana-Lucia: (to Sayid) It's about the hatch.
Charlie: Oh, you mean that guy locked in the closet?
Sayid: This is at least a day's walk.
Ana-Lucia: Then we should get going.
(About a candy bar from the hatch)
Hurley: Hey look what I found in the middle of the jungle. Not even melted or nothin'.
Ana-Lucia: (to Henry Gale) Let me get this straight. You and your wife travel around the world and crash on this island in a smiley face balloon.
Sayid: Do Jack and Locke know about this?
Ana Lucia: Jack and Locke are too busy worrying about Locke and Jack.
Sun: How's your book?
Sawyer: Predictable ... not nearly enough sex.
Locke: You're running like the devil's chasing you.
Ana Lucia: Maybe he is.
Henry Gale: (reading from a book) Men reject their prophets and slay them, but they love their martyrs and honor those whom they have slain. So what's the difference between a martyr and a prophet?
Jack: Either way, it sounds like you end up dead.
Charlie: You looking at my bum?
Ana Lucia: No. I'm looking at your gun.
Henry Gale: Of course, if I was one of them, these people that you just assume are your enemies, what would I do? There would be no balloon so I would draw them out to a really secluded place, like a cave or some underbrush, a good place for a trap. An ambush? And when your friends got there a bunch of my people would be waiting for them. Then they would use them to trade for me. I guess it's a good thing I'm not one of them, huh? You guys got any milk?
Sun: How long is it supposed to take?
Kate: Uh, up to two minutes.
Sun: I'm sorry, I'm just...
Kate: I know. Where did Sawyer find one of these anyway? I mean, who flies with a pregnancy test, right?
Sun: Have you ever taken one?
Locke: (to Ana-Lucia) We've got a serious problem, Ana Lucia, all of us. I'm taking the necessary steps to solve them. I don't need Jack's permission to talk to you because right now there's a man sitting in a room in my hatch. And I want him out.
- Denmark: May 10, 2006 on Kanal 5
This episode won the 2007 Image Award for Outstanding Directing in a Dramatic Series.
International air dates:
Poland: November 2, 2006 (TVP1)
Germany: December 18, 2006 (PRO7)
"Pushing Too Hard" by The Seeds
Although they are credited, Emilie de Raven (Claire), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Mr. Eko), Harold Perrineau Jr.(Michael), and Cynthia Watros (Libby) do not appear in this episode.
A Sun-centric episode.
The Brothers Karamazov:
The piece of paper Henry drew the map on has a text written on it. "The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoevsky, is considered one of the greatest novels ever written. This is most likely a page of the novel.
Sawyer is reading Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret By Judy Blume.
This was a controversial novel when it came out in the 1970's. It is aimed towards adolescent girls, as it explores Margaret growing up, having her first period, buying her first bra and trying to decide upon a religion.
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