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[The crew on the Christiane I is lowering an ROV into the sea. As Ockham counts of the depth in metres, Sam sits at the controls and looks at the ring he was to give Sonya.]
Activity: "Find Black Rock"
An activity entitled "Find Black Rock" then begins, in which one must pilot the ROV through a series of 10 waypoints in under 3 minutes or else the battery of the ROV will run out.
As Sam struggles to find anything, Ockham states that Sam's luck has run out.
Ockham is impatient and agitated, but Sam insists on sweeping the search grid again. Oscar Talbot quickly agrees with Sam, who continues to search. Then he spots something; not a ship, but instead the tailfin of a plane. As more becomes visible, it is apparent that this is an Oceanic jet. Sam quietly proclaims that this is Oceanic 815. As Ockham looks on with an expression of surprise, and Talbot mysteriously conceals his faint satisfaction, Sam breaks down in tears.
(A Season 4 premiere advertisement shows with the traditional Lost titlecard.)
The voice of the newscaster is heard stating that Oceanic Flight 815 has just been found "accidentally" by the Christiane I in the Indian Ocean. The news reporter also makes note of Sam, mentioning that in a bizarre coincidence, he was on the ship when the discovery was made, and that he is unavailable for comment with regard to the tragic loss of his partner. Talbot then appears as the spokesperson for the salvage mission, expressing pseudo-sincere sympathy for Sam. As before, Sam is watching the newscast as it occurs, holding Sonya's engagement ring.
OCKHAM: For god's sake, come on. It's a waste of time and money.
Chapter 5 complete
The "My Progress" tab now shows Chapter 5 to be complete.
Oceanic television ad
Following the U.S. broadcast of "The Beginning of the End" during the broadcast of Eli Stone, there was a television commercial for Oceanic Airlines. They announced the introduction of the golden pass, which lets customers fly anywhere at anytime, and directed those interested to Flyoceanicair.com. During the commercial, there are three quick edits of Sam Thomas in which he says, "We can't trust these people", "Oceanic Flight 815", and "We found it". There was also a quick shot of the ROV's view of the underwater wreckage. In some frames of the ad, the text "Find815.com" appeared buried in static.
WOMAN 1: The adventure of a lifetime awaits you. Oceanic Airlines will take you places ...
Following the Season 4 premiere broadcast, The Maxwell Group's website updated to include a media release about their discovery of Oceanic Flight 815 in the Sunda Trench. A link is provided to a radio interview in which Oscar Talbot speaks about the discovery. (Read transcript)