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The commercial was only broadcast in the local Hawaii market during the airing of Lost, and was therefore not seen in other mainland (or international) markets. Notably, the commercial utilized lookalike actors, and like the real Lost, was filmed on the beaches of Hawaii. The advertisement begins with the sound of surf, and the scene of wreckage on a beach with six people. The Hurley lookalike ponders the possible significance of The Numbers: the number of people on the beach with the number of pieces of chicken in the three buckets, while a lookalike Locke, whose voice better resembles the original, tells him not to worry, because "the numbers are good".
Incidentally, it is rumored that some of the producers of Lost were unhappy upon viewing this commercial, reportedly exclaiming that they didn't know Disney had a deal with KFC.
A new commercial that began airing in February 2007 conspicuously features the Waikāne Pier, the exact filming location for the Pala Ferry ("Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1"), although no other explicit reference to Lost is made. 
- Honolulu Advertiser - October 22, 2006 article
- Contains the following quote regarding the commercial: "For instance, Jorge Garcia, who plays Hurley, can't believe anyone thinks he's the same guy in those local KFC commercials."
- YouTube - HIFF (Hawaii International Film Festival) Lost Panel, October 21, 2006, featuring Jorge Garcia, Jean Higgins, Michael Emerson, and Henry Ian Cusick. Officially-released video from HIFF. Garcia comments on the KFC Hawaii commercial.
- Youtube KFC Hawaii tv spot.