Island events in this episode take place on October 7th 2004.
While Locke and Boone are tagging trees with red shirts, Boone mentions how that on Star Trek the guys with red shirts always died to which Locke replies "Sounds like a piss poor captain to me". This is rather ironic because the man who plays Locke (Terry O'Quinn), also has a guest appearance on Star Trek Next Generation in which he is wearing a red uniform and in the episode is portrayed as a "piss poor" captain when it is mentioned that his crew mutinied against him long ago.
When they are looking for Charlie and Claire they split up, because there are two tracks and they don't know which one to follow. But everyone who knows anything about tracking knows this: if people are walking backwards, the side of the heel is deeper than the side of the toes; if people are walking forwards, the toes are deeper than the heel. If Locke had paid attention to that, they would never have had to split up into two groups.
When Charlie is first cut down from the tree, his right arm is outstretched, but when the carmera zooms in to show Jack trying to restart his heart, Charlie's right hand is on his stomach. When the camera zooms out again, his arm is outstretched again.
Nitpick: When Kate is climbing the tree at the end to cut down Charlie, the actress' thong slips out.
In one of the scenes where Jack is walking through the woods looking for Charlie and Claire you can clearly see a cable on the ground, probably for lighting or something.
At the 36th minute, when Jack desides to continue to revive Charlie and camera shows Kate turning away, there's crew equipment, some kind of boxes seen at the upper left corner of the screen.
I thought it was a scar, but the relatively minor cut over Locke's eye starts finally disappearing after all this time, yet Jack's side, Sawyer's arm and Michael's leg all healed in a few days.
Sayid stole maps from Danielle's bunker. On one of the maps, it shows the Island and the Island is surrounded by a triangle. Giving credit to the theory that they are trapped in the Bermuda Triangle.
The Halliburton contains 4 guns. Locke and Boone have been going out into the jungle for 4 days.
Island events in this episode take place on October 12th and October 13th 2004.
The model of the plane that belonged to the man Kate killed, was in the safety deposit box number 815. 815 is also the number of the plane the survivors were on, and among the mysterious numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42.
The model airplane is a twin-engine Douglas DC 3 'Dakota'.
When Kate begins the show she is wearing purple/lilac pants yet when she meets Sawyer just after, she is wearing jeans. Surely she wasn't carrying a different pair of pants and decided to change before bumping into Sawyer.
Kate says that the Marshal had to check the briefcase, and that he wasn't allowed to bring it in the cabin. How did it end up under the seat?
The French woman wrote the song lyrics over and over again on her notes. How come Sayid didn't notice that? Even if Sayid didn't speak French he should have recognised that the words were always the same.
The song "Beyond the Sea" at the end of Finding Nemo was not dubbed in the French version, like Shannon claims. It remained Robbie Williams' version.
In the scene here Sayid comes to speak with sunbathing Shannon, when the camera is on him, she holds her legs always up, but when the camera is on her, she lowers her legs.
Also the angles of shadows and position of bottles keep changing.
Continuity error... While Boone is talking to his sister Shannon, you can see the Chinese symbol on his shirt. During the same scene, when the camera is back on Boone, the Chinese symbol is gone.
When Shannon is talking to Sayid at the end of the episode, her shawl thing changes many times from being on her shoulder to being down by her waist, yet you never see her move her arm.
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