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  • Season 3 Episode 23: Through the Looking Glass...

  • Numbers: The Others who are guarding Jin, Sayid and Bernard are said to have 4 guns when Juliet is talking to Sawyer.

  • If the events on the Island are in fact taking place on Dec. 21 and 22, then that would be the Losties 91st and 92nd days on the Island.

  • When the compartment floods, after Charlie seals the door, it would not fill all the way to the top with water, thus assuring Charlie's death. Briefly, the entire Looking Glass station is pressurized, as is the chamber where Charlie is. The water would flood no higher than the top of the porthole, due to the downward pressure of the air upon the rising water. The air pocket would provide a few minutes of air for Charlie to catch a breath and try to swim out.

  • As of this episode, Hurley joins the long list of characters on the show who have intentionally killed someone.

  • Sayid had never killed anyone on the island until this episode.

  • The doctor who Jack speaks to mentions a Dr. Nadler.
    Nadler is Bernard's last name.

  • Goof: It is not actually possible for radio waves to interfere with satellite waves.

  • The real Los Angeles Times newspaper has a story about a marijuana bust instead of the in-show obituary announcement.

  • Desmond is in a hatch at the end of all three season finales.

  • The knife that Locke uses to stab Naomi appears to be a SOG Navy Seal Knife, or a SOG Seal Pup.

  • Jack's license plate is 2SAQ321.
    Kate's phone number is 310-555-0148.

  • The fact no one's at one of the survivors' funeral in Jack's "Flash forward" may be the fulfilment of Jack's "Live together, die alone" speech.

  • Jack's newspaper was an issue of the L.A. Times April 5, 2007.

  • Goof: In the scene where Charlie is drowning, the message in his hand changes between shots. The first time we see his hand, the writing is more blurred, yet the second time, the letters are far more clear. There's also clearly a different type of handwriting in each shot.

  • If you look closely where Mikhail's missing eye used to be, you can see his eye move under the makeup scar.

  • The second time we see Ben's map, the red lines and the cross he drew earlier are slightly different.

  • Numbers:
    -The keys Charlie types in are numbered 1 to 16 and in a 4 by 4 pattern.
    -The code that Charlie uses to deactivate the jamming equipment is 5 4 5 8 7 7 5 5 4 3 7 7 6 1 1 3. If you sum those numbers, you'll get 78. 7+8=15.
    -Jack has 8 stitches in his forehead.
    -The obituary states that the person in question died at 4 am.
    -15 people die in the two parts of the episode, the most character deaths so far: 10 Others at the beach camp, Charlie, Mikhail, Bonnie and Greta in The Looking Glass, and, Naomi at the radio tower. Also, if you count the person from the funeral Jack attended, that's 16.

  • The phone Jack uses in the episode is a Motorola KRZR, this was released in late 2006.

  • When Charlie is about to drown in the looking glass he makes the sign of the cross. However he does it incorrectly. He touches the correct parts in the correct order, but he does make a fatal error; he uses his left hand instead of his right. This could have been done intentionally sense he has stated many times that he is not a religous person,he could have not known that you have to use a certain hand.

  • The name of the funeral parlor Jack goes to is "Hoffs/Drawlar", an anagram for "flash forward".

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epic adventure, ensemble cast, destiny, coping with death, alcoholism