Fandom

Lostpedia

Christina Smith

7,370pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

DEUTEROCANON
This article/section contains information officially created to be part of the Lost mythos
but ultimately rejected. It may be endorsed by ABC, or feature cast members.

Christina Smith
 
 
Female
Portrayed by
[[{{{Actor}}}]]
{{{AltCasting}}}
First seen
{{{First}}}
Last seen
{{{Last}}}
Appeared in
{{{Appearances}}}
Mentioned in
Episode count
{{{Count}}}
{{{Listen}}}
Centric episode(s)

{{{Centric}}}
Shared centric episode(s)

{{{SharedCentric}}}
Non-centric episode(s) featuring flashes

{{{NonCentricFlash}}}
Centric mobisode(s)

{{{CentricMobisode}}}
{{{Listen2}}}
{{{Listen3}}}
Name
Christina Smith
Also known as
{{{AKA}}}
Age
{{{Age}}}
Date of birth
Date of death
Manner of death
{{{DeathReason}}}
({{{DeathEp}}})
Origin
{{{Place}}}
Profession
{{{Profession}}}
In Australia...
{{{ReasonAus}}}
On the plane...
{{{ReasonTrip}}}
On the island...
{{{IslandReason}}}
Family members
Jake Smith - Husband
Connection
{{{Link}}}
Season(s)

S1 - S2 - S3 - MP - S4 - S5 - S6

[[:Category:{{{Images}}}|Images]]

Christina Smith is the wife of Jake Smith, who had a hidden message written in the source code of the website oceanic-air.com. Jake wrote this message to Christina to tell her that he has survived the crash and was alright.

Drive Shaft website

This information comes from a fan imitation website that does not officially belong to the Lost mythos and should be considered non-canon.

The Drive Shaft website also contains a short quote from, and some extra information on Mrs. Smith [[1]]:

  1. She received $5M as part of the $4,815,162,342 settlement against Oceanic Airlines, though she says,
  2. "I have to exist without my dear Jake. I can't call it 'live' because I don't believe I'll ever be truly alive again." Mrs. Smith, incidentally, was awarded just shy of five million dollars in the Oceanic settlement. That, she says, is of little comfort: "The lawsuit wasn't about the money. It was about making them [the airline] responsible for what they done. If I could buy back my husband's life with this money, I'd do it before I took two steps away from that tape recorder you're holding out to me. Money don't buy happiness. Jake was my happiness."

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki