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- For other uses, see Mirrors (disambiguation).
Main characters in the flash sideways frequently confronted themselves in mirrors or reflective surfaces. According to Jack Bender, these scenes showed the characters figuratively and literally "confronting their images and the reflections of themselves." The visual metaphor expressed the flash sideways' theme of introspection, and also represented how the flash sideways showed "what you wish for or what you're scared of." (Lost: The Complete Sixth Season (DVD))
- Kate and Charlie see the pilot's dead body reflected in the water below them. ("Pilot, Part 1")
- Jack's reflection is seen in the window while it is raining outside. ("White Rabbit")
- Jin cries as he looks at himself in the mirror. ("...In Translation")
- Desmond looks through a system of mirrors via the Swan telescope to see Jack and Locke peering down the hatch. ("Man of Science, Man of Faith")
- A close-up of Locke's eye is shown with the blast door map reflected in it. ("Lockdown")
- Juliet looks at herself in a mirror while preparing for the book club. ("A Tale of Two Cities")
- Eko sees the smoke monster reflected in the stream. ("The Cost of Living")
- Charlie's face is reflected in a small mirror while he is looking through Sawyer's stash. ("Flashes Before Your Eyes")
- Hurley's face is reflected in a mirror that Charlie is using to shave. ("Tricia Tanaka Is Dead")
- Miles' eyes are shown through the rear-view window of his car. ("Confirmed Dead")
- Sayid throws an object against the mirror of a bathroom door before shooting Elsa. ("The Economist")
- A consciousness-traveling Desmond from 1996 looks at himself in a mirror and sees his 2004 face. Sayid leans in and examines the shared reflection. ("The Constant")
- Kate holds a mirror for Jack so he can see Juliet perform his appendectomy. ("Something Nice Back Home")
- Jack looks at his appendectomy scar in the bathroom mirror. ("Something Nice Back Home")
- Emily Locke applies lipstick in the mirror. ("Cabin Fever")
- Ben uses a signaling mirror to communicate with someone. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")
- Hurley sees a vision of Ana Lucia approaching in the side mirror of his car. ("The Lie")
- The Island lighthouse is equipped with an array of mirrors in the signal room. ("Lighthouse")
- In a promotional video for "What They Died For", mirrors are seen over water with various clips from the show.
- Juxtaposition, literary technique which compares or contrasts two objects or ideas
- Black and white, recurring theme on the show which often symbolizes the concept of "mirror" opposites
- "Through the Looking Glass"
- The Looking Glass