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Main Article Theories about
Charlotte Lewis
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Role in Naomi's group

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Charlotte Lewis

Charlotte was chosen by Abaddon to give her expertise on the Island ruins and the Temple Inhabitants social structure. The producers have mentioned in podcasts that they did not make a big distinction between archeology and cultural anthropology in terms of the actual discipline divide in academia so we should assume she has expertise in both ancient ruins/languages and modern social organization. Indeed, many universities (like Cambridge, for example) have merged Archeology and Anthropology in the same faculty.

"You know what my mum would say about me marrying an American" referenced flash-sideways

Young Charlotte

Young Charlotte

When Charlotte was dying in Daniel's arms, she muttered a bunch of things that we assumed were a result of her temporal confusion: "Turn it up, I love Geronimo Jackson" was one. "You know what my mum would say about me marrying an American" was another. Then she said she thought she remembered Daniel from her childhood, and said "I'm not allowed to have chocolate before dinner." These weren't temporal flashes. They were the same thing as "We can go Dutch"--her flashing between flash-sideways and our world as she was dying.

It was the same flash-sideways we saw in season six, but thirty years earlier. She was recalling seeing Daniel when she was a little girl in the flash-sideways universe and Dharma was evacuating the Island. As Charlotte was dying, she mistook this for her past. But it was the same world in which Oceanic Flight 815 landed safely in Los Angeles after flying over the sunken Island. Charlotte, as well as Ben Linus, never returned to the island because right after they evacuated it was sunk by Jughead. And as an adult in the flash-sideways, sometime after our Losties had moved on in the church, she started a relationship with Daniel Widmore and eventually told him "You know what my mum would say about me marrying an American." --Sammerjammer 04:42, October 22, 2010 (UTC)


Why Charlotte learned Korean

Charrlotte was doing a dig in Korea and learned so she could communicate better

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