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The Hoffs/Drawlar Funeral Parlor is a funeral home in a gritty, low-rent neighborhood of Los Angeles. In 2007, approximately three years after the crash of Oceanic Flight 815, the funeral parlor's director arranged the burial of Jeremy Bentham. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 2")
On his first visit to the funeral parlor, Jack learned that no one else had come to the viewing of Bentham's body there. Later, Jack broke into the parlor at night by smashing off the doorknob using a chunk of concrete. On this second visit, he saw that no one had claimed the body, and was confronted by Benjamin Linus. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 2")
Together they removed the body from the parlor. ("Because You Left")
The funeral parlor sign rearranged
Hoffs/Drawlar rearranged to Flash forward
- The name "Hoffs / Drawlar" is an anagram for "flash forward".
- On the right side of the building there is an artwork similar to the mural that was seen in previous episodes.
- This is the same filming site as Simon’s Butcher Shop.