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Main Article Theories about
Outside references to Lost
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 Theories may be removed if ... 
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Mission Impossible III

  • In Mission: Impossible III, the "Rabbit's Foot" was never explained. Ethan Hunt or the audience never found out what it was. The "Rabbit's Foot" could be the virus that Thomas Mittelwerk has at the end of the Lost Experience.

Chuck

  • In the NBC series Chuck, during a flash of images in the third episode of the first season, Chuck recites Oceanic Flight 815 shotdown... and then mentions something about subterrainian. This could be a reference to the hatch.
  • Chuck had a vesion of Oceanic Flight 815 because he saw the show "LOST" and remembered it. Then after bringing it up he went back to being the "whatever they call him in that show, nethasite or something like that"

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