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Transcripts for Lost episodes up to and including "Enter 77" are based on the transcriptions by Lost-TV member Spooky with aid of DVR, and at times, closed captions for clarification. She and Lost-TV have generously granted us permission to share/host these transcripts at Lostpedia. Later transcripts were created by the Lostpedia community, unless stated otherwise below.

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Enhanced version of Season 6, Episode 5: Lighthouse-Enhanced

Produced by: Met|Hodder


Act 1

This is a flash "sideways."
It presents what would have happened
if Oceanic Flight 815 never crashed
and landed safely in Los Angeles.

Jack checked in his father's coffin
at the Oceanic counter at the Sydney Airport
in the Season 1 episode "White Rabbit."

But in this season's premiere episode, "LA X"
Oceanic Airlines informed Jack
that they lost the coffin with his father's body.

This is a flash sideways difference.
Juliet removed Jack's appendix
on the island, as seen in the Season 4 episode
"Something Nice Back Home."

This is also a flash sideways difference.
Jack never had a son.

This is Dogen
the Temple master.

The Oceanic survivors
are being kept at the Temple by the Others
to protect them from the smoke monster.

Sawyer left the Temple
to return to the DHARMA barracks, as seen
in this season's episode, "What Kate Does."

Kate and Jin went after Sawyer
hoping to bring him back.

Hurley brought everyone to the Temple
in this season's premiere episode, "LA X."
Jacob tole Hurley that he and his friends
would be safe at the Temple.

This is Jacob, whom Ben killed
in the Season 5 Finale, "The Incident."

Hurley can see and talk with Jacob
because Hurley has the ability
to communicate with dead people, as seen
in the Season 5 Premiere, "Because You Left."


Act 2

Jack read Lewis Carroll's
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Aaron
when Jack and Kate were raising Aaron.

Sayid was shot in the stomach
but the Others healed him in the springs
in this season's premiere episode, "LA X."

The Others initially believed Sayid died
but he didn't.

Dogen told Jack that Sayid was infected
with a darkness
that would eventually "claim" Sayid.

Dogen gave Jack a pill to give to Sayid
but Jack did not.

The survivors have not seen Claire
since she disappeared into the jungle
in the Season 4 episode
"Something Nice Back Home."

Claire was following what she thought
was her father, Christian Shepherd.

Jin was attacked by the Others
and stepped in a bear trap trying to get away.

Claire saved Jin by Shooting the Others
as seen in this season's episode
"What Kate Does."

Jacob is dead and only Hurley can see him.

Locke told Sawyer that some of the survivors
were candidates to replace Jacob
as protector of the island, as seen
in the previous episode, "The Substitute."

Dogen said
"You're lucky I have to protect you
or I would remove your head from your body
and feed it to the boars!"

These words deeply affect Jack.

When Jack was a boy, his father told him
that he didn't have what it takes, as seen
in the Season 1 episode, "White Rabbit."

Jack has been trying
to prove his father wrong ever since.

Hurley is a big fan of Star Wars
and when Hurley was stuck in 1977
he tried to write the Star Wars sequel
The Empire Strikes Back.


Act 3

When Claire was pregnant
she was held prisoner by Ethan
at the medical station.

Ethan prepared a full nursery
for Claire's baby, but Claire escaped, as seen
in the Season 2 episode, "Maternity Leave."

Claire now mirrors Rousseau
the French woman who was shipwrecked
on the island for over 16 years.

Rousseau became paranoid and went crazy
and was also looking for her child.

Claire gave birth to Aaron on the island
in the Season 1 episode "Do No Harm."

But after Claire disappeared into the jungle
Kate began taking care of Aaron.

Kate had Aaron with her
when the Oceanic 6 were rescued
as seen in the Season 4 Finale
"There's No Place Like Home."

Kate wanted Sawyer to help her find Claire
but Sawyer was distraught over Juliet's death
and he told Kate to leave, as seen
in this season's episode, "What Kate Does."

Kate is searching for Claire
so that Claire will be reunited with Aaron.

Kate came back to the island
for this very reason, as revealed
in the Season 5 episode
"Whatever Happened, Happened."

This is the house where Jack grew up.

Jack's father, Christian, was an alcoholic
and went to Sydney on a drinking binge
where he eventually drank himself to death.

Jack went to Sydney to find Christian
and identify the body, as seen
in the Season 1 episode, "White Rabbit."

Jack's father is also Claire's father.

Jack learned that Claire was his half-sister
in the Season 4 episode
"There's No Place Like Home."

Claire's mother attended Christian's funeral
and told Jack about Claire.

Rousseau also used to set traps
all over the island.
Hurley tripped one but wasn't hurt, as seen
in the Season 1 episode, "Numbers."

Charlie triggered a trap in "Exodus"
and was hit in the head with rocks.

The survivors first met Ben Linus
after Ben was caught in Rousseau's net
in the Season 2 episode "One of Them."


Act 4

Shannon lost her inhaler
in the Season 1 episode, "Confidence Man."

Jack and Sayid were convinced Sawyer took it.

Jack and Sayid tied Sawyer up
and tortured Sawyer to make him talk.
But only after a kiss from Kate
did Sawyer reveal that he didn't have it.

The suvivors lived in the caves
during the first two seasons of the series.

They discovered the two skeletons
and named them Adam and Eve.

In Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Alice followed a rabbit
down into Wonderland.

In the Season 1 episode "White Rabbit"
Jack follwed his father's ghost to the caves.

Fantaisie-Impromptu is a piano solo
and one of Chopin's most well-known pieces.

This message from Jack
was recorded on the day Jack learned
that his father, Christian, had died.

Hurley and Jack trekked through the jungle
with Kate and Dr. Arzt
to get dynamite from the Black Rock ship
in the Season 1 Finale, "Exodus."

They also trekked with Kate, Sawyer
and Michael to rescue Walt from the Others
in the Season 2 Finale
"Live Together, Die Alone."

Jacob spoke with Hurley
in the Season 5 Finale, "The Incident."
At the time, Jacob was still alive.

Dogen did similar things to Sayid
in this season's episode "What Kate Does."

Dogen shocked Sayid and stuck a hot poker
on Sayid's gunshot wound.

Dogen and Lennon told Sayid it was a test.

Act 5

David is playing Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu.
It is the same piano piece
that Faraday played as a child, as seen
in the Season 5 episode, "The Variable."

This is Dogen
the Temple master from the island.
But here in the flash sideways
Dogen and Jack are complete strangers.

The image in the mirror is the temple
where Sun and Jin were married.

Now the image in the mirror
is the church where the funeral
for Sawyer's parents took place.

Locke showed Sawyer a secluded grotto,
in the previous episode, "The Substitute."
On the grotto walls, Jacob wrote the names
of potential candidates
with a corresponding number.

The candidates' names are also listed
alongside their corresponding degree
on the lighthouse's mirror.

In the Season 5 Finale, "The Incident"
Jacob visited each survivor and touched them
indicating they were a potential candidate
to replace him.

Locke claimed
that ever since Jacob touched the survivors
Jacob has manipulated them.

Locke also claimed
the choices the survivors made in their lives
were not choices at all
but Jacob pushing them all to the island.


Act 6

Jack played piano at the DHARMA barracks
while he was held prisoner by the Others
as seen in the Season 3 episode
"The Man From Tallahassee."

Hurley is no stranger to bad luck.
Hurley believed that he was plagued with bad luck
after winning millions in the lottery
playing numbers he believed were cursed.

Jack is a man of science
and used to fight with Locke
because Locke was a man of faith.

Locke insisted it was their destiny
to come to the island
and they had a purpose for being there.

Jack rejected that idea
and believed that crashing on the island
was just a coincidence.

Jin is actually lying to Claire right now.
Kate raised Aaron for the past three years.

Jin is trying to appease Claire
because Jin fears Claire might do something
to harm him or his friends.

This is not the real John Locke.
Locke was killed by Ben.
This is the smoke monster
taking the form of Locke.

Locke has recruited Claire to his side.

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