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  • Season 1 Episode 6: House of the Rising Sun

  • The bees on Charlie's face disappear and reappear from shot to shot.

  • More of a nitpick, but the bees nest that Charlie steps on is actually a hornets nest. Technically 'Hornets' are not referred to as 'bees', something a would-be experienced hunter like Locke should know about.

  • Season 1 Episode 5: White Rabbit

  • When Jack enters the water to try and save the woman who is drowning in the shot that shows him swimming towards the camera you can clearly see a jet ski or boat keel trail.

  • When Joanna dies Jack says that only 47 people are left. Later when he is talking to Charlie and Hurley about the water bottles he says that they are not 47 but 46.

  • In the first flashback, Jack tries to help out a boy who he laters calls Mark Silverman. This boy would go on to be the best man at Jack's wedding in the episode "Do No Harm"

  • Goof: The Coffin. There is no way that the coffin would be placed on the plane as we saw it. It has to be sealed and wrapped before it even leaves. And a coffin is never put on a plane in front of other passengers. It goes cargo.

  • Numbers: 16

    In Jack's flash-back he talks to the lady at the check-in counter at the airport and tells her that he needs to land in 16 hours.

  • Numbers: 4

    When Kate jumps at Sawyer in the jungle, Sawyer makes a sarcastic remark about having made this wish four years ago. Charlie jokes with Claire that Locke has 400 knives in his case.

  • Island events in this episode take place on September 27th 2004.

  • In Jack's speech to the rest of the survivors at the end of the episode, the dialogue included the name of two future episodes, "Live Together, Die Alone" and "Every Man for Himself".

  • The name of the drowned survivor, which Jack could not save, is Joanna.

  • The tattoo on Charlie's left shoulder reads "Living is easy with eyes closed," a lyric from Strawberry Fields Forever by The Beatles.

  • Regarding Jack and getting the coffin on the plane: It is not possible to just show up at the airport with a body. The morgue will never release to an individual, only to a funeral home because there are so many laws, and so much paperwork involved. For example: in order to transport a body out of the country you have to have a burial/transit permit that has to be approved by the American consulate, who has to see a certified death certificate and letter declaring that the person did not die of a contagious disease; all of which are prepared by a funeral home. The body would also have to go to a funeral home in L.A., so more paperwork can be filed to receive a local burial permit number before the cemetery will bury the body. No one is going to risk their jobs and break all these laws just because of an impassioned speech.

  • The scratches on Jack's face keep changing sides. One minute they're on his right cheekbone, the next minute (such as when he's talking to Locke after Locke saved him) they're on his left. Simple reason, they flopped the film negative ... but you'd think they'd try for a little more continuity ... ?

  • For those curious: They couldn't use the dog to find water, because the dog is not specifically trained to do so.

  • Fire keeps dripping off of the torch Jack carries toward the end of the episode. This happens when an oily rag is burned on a stick. Unfortunately, this does not happen when one just pulls a log out of a fire.

  • When Jack is getting yelled at by Boone the same two people walk by twice because they reused the shot of Jack looking at Boone.

  • The scene where Jack is in the airport arguing about getting his father's coffin on the plane, the airport is obviously supposed to be an airport in Australia. However, the airport shown doesn't look like any airport here in Australia.

  • Season 1 Episode 4: Walkabout

  • Numbers: 23

    It is mentioned that Harold Wollstein, one of the passengers that died in the plane crash, was in seat 23C. Jack, Rose and Bernard were also on adjacent seats in the same row, 23.

  • When Jack is cleaning Charlie's cut after the boar attack, the camera pans upwards and you can see a small tattoo of two figures on Charlie's shoulder. Dominic Monaghan, who plays Charlie, got this tattoo ("nine" in Elvish) to commemorate his part in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy. Monaghan, along with eight other actors who got the tattoo, were part of a the Fellowship of the Ring, the central group of characters in the films.

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