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Personally, I think the episode Dave was specifically written to address/debunk the fan theories that the Island is all just a hallucination a là Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge. (I mean, really, if it were just a figment of someone's mind, how cheated would we all feel? Surely Identity is one of the worst movies ever made; no one wants to recreate it as a seven-season TV series.) But, hey, who knows. However, User:Drinn, I deleted some of your theories on the matter (there was no radio transmission from the authorities saying "there were no survivors," it was Bernard on the other end saying "we're the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815") and cleaned up the spelling and grammar quite a bit. --Joezoo 05:58, 6 April 2006 (PDT)

  • Wow. You really think Identity is one of the worst films ever made? I really liked it. I happened to agree that I don't think it's a hallucination, but I do believe that (while unlikely) a group hallucination is a very plausible and interesting solution. I wouldn't be disappointed or think it's a cop out at all. Personally, I think the script in the glass box marked "In Case of Cancellation - Break Glass" may use this premise to tie up all the loose ends. --Sid67 17:59, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

I agree. All this theorizing about everyone being patients at the mental institute is way off track! --Stew Erickson 06:03, 6 April 2006 (PDT)

Yes, the fact that the spelled out the theory onscreen is proof that it isn't true.  ;-) --Uth 09:57, 6 April 2006 (PDT)

Hurley _visited_ Leonard?

Did Hurley visit Leonard after being released or was he still a patient in the first flashback in the hospital? --Jambalaya 02:38, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

He visited the hospital after being released as seen in episode 18 of season 1. --Rufus 05:10, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

Yes, User:Rufus is right. He went back to talk to Leonard after he won the lottery with the numbers. This was along the same timeline that he went and visited (the deceassed) Sam Toomey and his wife, Martha Toomey. --MisterHighway 7 April 2006

Here's a new one: Anyone who has Season 1 on disc, is Libby visable anywhere in episode 18 where Hurley does go back to Santa Rosa Mental Institute to visit Leonard? --MisterHighway 7 April 2006

Re-watched the Santa Rosa Scences from episode 18 again this morning and couldn't see any sign of Libby or anything else of importance --Rufus 05:46, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

Although the character of Libby was planned at the time, the actress had not yet been chosen at the time of that episode.--Tricksterson 10:52, 8 April 2006 (PDT)

The chalkboard

Can anyone make out what the patients at Santa Rosa are writing on the chalkboard in the flashback scenes from Dave?--Rufus 05:20, 7 April 2006 (PDT)


Mental HEALTH Institute?!?!?

I created this file a while back (before I was a registered user), but I omitted the word "Health" from the title. Any objections to forwarding to Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute or simply Santa Rosa? (by the way I haven't figured out how to forward articles) --BigSteve777 14:00, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

You can create a new article, copy all material (edit, copy/paste) to the new article and then write in the old one just one line: #REDIRECT [ [title of the new article] ] --aurora glacialis 14:03, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

You should NOT do that. Instead use the "Move" button and type in the new name of the page. -- Lostpedian 14:05, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

Is that function avaiable to regular users??? Didn't think so. --aurora glacialis 14:06, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

I am a regular user. Look for a "Move" button at the top of the page, or a Move link along the left side. -- Lostpedian 14:10, 7 April 2006 (PDT)
Aurora isn't a regular user, the only way to see a regular user's page would be to to create a new user without sysop rights. I don't remember having a move option in my regular user days, and there is no move button when you're not logged in. I have to assume I've forgotten the move button from my regular days or you're not regular or you're using some funky script. --skks 19:59, 7 April 2006 (PDT)
Annabeth

Emily Annabeth Locke's Admission form to Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute

Take a look at the picture on the right. The place is named Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute.
   Jabberwock    talk    contribs    email   - 14:48, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

No, it says Santa Rosa *linebreak* Mental Health Institute. -- Lostpedian 15:03, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

That picture is way too funky to have any definite answers based on it, however, it does say "Santa Rosa Mental Heal...." and "Santa Rosa .... Health institute". I don't think it's far off to interpolate "Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute" from that. --skks 19:59, 7 April 2006 (PDT)

View-Source Secrets

Moved from article page 4/16/06 - this does not appear to have any relation to Lost. srigenetics.com is not registered to ABC/Disney and has been a registered site since 2001.
   Jabberwock    talk    contribs    email   - 21:34, 16 April 2006 (PDT)

By going to the 'home' section of the Santa Rosa Institute site, right clicking and selecting 'View Source', additional information is found -

  • Various keywords, some with obvious ties to the institute such as Genetics, Longevity, DNA and Lifespan.
    • More bizarre keywords: Vampires, Zombies.

The last two keywords make a little more sense when placed in the context of a link found only on the 'home' section: the FVZA museum, FVZA standing for Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency. Currently, there appear to be no ties between the FVZA and the Lost survivors. Santa Rosa Institute Site


Marcus?

Can someone tell me who Marcus is? I can't remember him. Which episode did he appear in? --LostCat 13:53, 17 May 2006 (PDT)

He was in Dave. http://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awww.lost-tv.com%2Ftranscripts+marcus --Ernest 14:02, 17 May 2006 (PDT)
I created a page for him. --Ernest 15:35, 17 May 2006 (PDT)


Anthony Cooper

One of the listed theories is that Anthony Cooper might have had Emily Annabeth Locke commited there, sugessting a link between the hospital and Widmore. Is there any evidence that Cooper is affiliated with Widmore? I've only heard of one source for such a claim, and it's widely accepted as fan-driven. --Wintermute 08:19, 17 July 2006 (PDT)

There is no evidence that Cooper has anything to do with Widmore. It is easy to have someone commited you don't have to pull some strings.--CaptainInsano
That's what I thought. Some people seem very keen to link any random background character to DHARMA / Hanso without a scrap of evidence. --Wintermute 08:55, 17 July 2006 (PDT)

Dave is not a patient at the Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute

I don't think he meets their criteria. Anyone have any evidence that they treat both real and imaginary people at this institute? :) -Silence 04:14, 15 July 2007 (PDT)

Yeah, good point. I'll remove it now. --Blueeagleislander 04:48, 15 July 2007 (PDT)

location

where is this place it does not say in the article where it is

  • I just updated the filming location with all the correct information! Enjoy! AlaskaDave 04:20, 20 September 2008 (PDT)
  • In case you were asking where it is within the world of Lost, it's very likely in the Los Angeles area (since Jack drops by casually during his workday). It is therefore almost certainly not in the city of Santa Rosa, CA, which is hundreds of miles from Los Angeles PerlDiver 22:18, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
    • Good point. The real Santa Rosa is in Northern California, north even of San Francisco. So much for that title card in "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham". Robert K S (talk) 22:47, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
      • Since when is a title card not Canon? If anything is it should be something clearly stated onscrenn.... Lanpesci 07:40, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
      • I am going to vote to change it to Santa Rosa in North Cal. We don't know that is isn't, but what we do know that they told us that IT IS. Sure we just assume, for convenience sake, that it is closer to the Reyes's, etc... but - Santa Rosa (Sonoma County) and Napa (Napa County) have large mental health facilities on similar lush estates like the one in LOST. I have been going for years, on the assumption that it WAS in North Cal. Finally, last night I got my YES! moment - they finally told us (CANON ALERT) where it is. So... time to abide by the CANON rules and change the article - even if it offends you sensibilities. –DocH my edits 04:25, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
4x10 Jack shirt comparison

Exhibit B

    • This isn't a matter of the title card "offending sensibilities"--it's chronologically strained with the sequence from "Something Nice Back Home". Exhibit A: the transcript. It's daylight at Saint Sebastian. Jack tells a patient he'll see her tomorrow at 5 AM, then gets alerted to the message from Dr. Stillman at Santa Rosa. Next thing, he's there, and it's night--total darkness outside, the halls are empty, all the patients are shut up in their rooms. Unless he wears the same shirt and tie every day, he went to Santa Rosa that evening (see Exhibit B). We know Jack didn't use his Golden Pass and hop an express jet there and back--he drove his brown Bronco there--we see him sitting in it outside--so that makes it over 6 hours of travel time. (More realistic estimates are around 10 hours' drive time. [1]) There and back, 12 hours total, minimum--but probably closer to 15 or 16 hours. Then there's the marriage proposal to Kate, and he had a surgery at 5 AM the next day! Hardly leaves any time for any post-proposal whoopee and feeding the baby. I'm not saying it's impossible he drove all that way just to tell Hurley to take his meds. But I certainly wouldn't want to be his surgery patient early the next morning. Robert K S (talk) 06:27, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
  • I am not challenging the 'logistics' of it all. First of all - don't even think about the PCH or 101, you take I-5 over the pass and zip on up. Obeying speed limits, the trip is about 10.5 hours, an hour with Hurley, then 10.5 back = 22 hours total. Yeah, no... do not want to be Jack's 5AM. Not the point... the point is that Bad Robot lives in CA. They told Disney Domestic or ABC Studios to put "Santa Rosa, California" on the title page - hence, ergo, viz-a-viz = CANON. Until the creative staff says OOPS!!! We goofed. Pretty simple, huh? Doesn't matter that WE know better. (kinda like most of the rest of LOST?) –DocH my edits
"Until the creative staff says OOPS!!! We goofed." Since when has that ever stopped us from marking something as a blooper and basically ignoring it? If everyone agrees that the location is what doesn't jive with everything else we've been told and shown, why aren't we just marking it a blooper? ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 06:03, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
All right, well, I won't fight you on it. Long drive for Jack, though. He probably missed that 5 AM surgery. Robert K S (talk) 15:22, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
The location is CANON now. The show stated Santa Rosa, CA. Period. That means the location isn't a continuity error, however the drivetime for Jack is. If he had left work, driven the shortest route (Sorry DocH but the quickest is up the 101 assuming light traffic in San Jose, SF, and of course the 405/101 interchange in LA - about 8-9 hours) and only stayed with Hurley for a short time his roundtrip is at least 17 hours. He would get back home well into the next day. The scene in "Something Nice" is cleary a later evening shot and is further established as late evening in the dialouge between Kate and Jack. I doubt their babysitter rountinley stays untill 5, 6, 7, 8am - the time it would be if Jack left his hospital at noon, or that Kate rountinley comes home this late and then makes personal calls at such an early hour. Lanpesci 07:40, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
The above message makes it seem like you are misremembering the episode. Jack doesn't come home from Santa Rosa to a scene involving the babysitter. He arrives home very late at night and wakes Kate up to propose to her. She asks him what time it is, and he responds only, "It's late." Presumably, it could be 4 in the morning, not the best time for making life-altering decisions. Robert K S (talk) 14:41, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
Indeed, I was confusing Jack coming home to Kate to propose with Jack coming home to Kate on the phone. Embarassing for me since I initiallly wrote the bulk of the synopsis for that episode! I think we all agree that the drive time for Jack in that scene, plus Sayid's drive later, and other mentions of the general location don't jive with its placement in the city of Santa Rosa. Like Doc said above, The writers decided to make the location final and canon, we can only point out how this conflicts with real life and facts previously stated in the show. Lanpesci 03:03, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

edit insert

  • I cleaned the trivia up, and added another piece of information that someone found that shows the location card is in error, not the rest of previously established canon. If the producers catch this, I assume we will see a new verstion that has Santa Rosa Mental Institute, LA, CA, or something like that. I'm sure it was just a production error.---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 04:12, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Nah, you are WAY off the mark here. This is not a CLOSED CAPTION or an ENHANCED EPISODE input. The TITLE CARD that said SANTA ROSA, California, is CANON by CANON POLICY, UNTIL the creative staff chooses to tell us differently. It really is straight-forward logic and LP procedure... not what you wish it was. Read the stuff above. Your edit undercuts the consensus. I am repairing the article to align with LOSTPEDIA policy. If, or when, the CANON changes or the CONSENSUS changes, it remains SANTA ROSA, California - North Cal. And it would not be a blooper - it would be a continuity error. –DocH my edits 04:24, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
    • Stop screaming, would you. As I pointed out above, the mistake in 5x07 is not correct canonical, it is an error (you are correct it's a CE not a blooper, but it's still an error). The location of Santa Rosa was established by inference in 4x10, and by location in 5x01. Therefore, pre-established canon placed it outside LA. This jibes with everything else we've seen regarding SRMI, including how long it took Jack to get there and back, etc. On LP, we mark errors as such, and moving what I wrote to Bloopers and CE is appropriate. Eradicting it because you feel the location is canon rather than the pre-established canon is not. I'll place the correct heading, and I'm reorganising a bit so it's clear that the canon placed it outside LA, not in Santa Rosa, before 5x07. I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't remove the points because they are established canon, even though the conflict with this one piece of information... which is why it's a CE. And BTW, I didn't have "CLOSED CAPTION or an ENHANCED EPISODE" in my edit, and it's not a consensus if others disagree, so lighten up. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 05:29, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
      • I initially sided against DocH (see my valiant effort above) but I have to side with him on this one. There's a clear title card, and what evidence is there that definitively rules out Santa Rosa as the location? Robert K S (talk) 05:41, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
        • The evidence is in the article, including the newscaster placing it outside LA. Santa Rosa can hardly be called the outskirts of LA!! Therefore, pre-established canon places it outside LA, and every other thing matches that, until 5x07. That makes 5x07 the oddball, or CE. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 05:56, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
        • I've also removed DocH's recent addition of Sonoma County, which isn't what the title card said, despite that being where Santa Rosa is located, and mostly, for the reasons I've already stated regarding why 5x07 is the abnormality in the canon, not all the rest of the pre-established canon regarding the Instutite. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 07:06, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Im a late comer to the conversation, but here's my 2 cents. At least one of you is saying that the Santa Rosa, CA of the lost universe is not the Santa Rosa of the real world on account of the logistics, right? At least one of you says that it is. On the one hand, it would be wrong of us to document the former if the latter was indeed the intent of the writers. On the other, it would be equally as wrong to document the latter if the former were the intent of the writers. Regardless, it's a fact that the writers intended the name of the city where the mental health facility is located to be "Santa Rosa, CA." Ultimately, we don't know what the writers intended, we simply have strong inclinations. That being said, it its my belief that the facility is located ion the real Santa Rosa, CA. --  SacValleyDweller    talk    contribs   07:33, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Not quite right. The reason for it being outside LA instead of Santa Rosa, CA is not simply logistics; it's because it was stated previously in canon to be outside LA ("Because You Left"), as well as other indicators in other episodes. The real life logistics are secondary to the pre-existing canon. In these cases, we always mark the oddball, the one that doesn't fit with canon, as the continuity error, not the other way around. What the producers intended can only be sorted out by them. In the meantime, it's an error, and needs to be marked as such. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 09:41, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
FEMALE NEWS ANCHOR: (On TV) The victim was found shot in his car on the grounds of the Santa Rosa hospital, a private mental health care facility outside Los Angeles. (Because You Left transcript)

Aha. Thanks, Darn. Robert K S (talk) 17:56, 7 March 2009 (UTC)

-Again, you make my point about CANON, you really should read the policy here on LP about it... It doesn't matter that a reporter said ...x,y,z. The CANON policy says "If the episodes contradict each other, the more recent broadcast takes precedence." so... quoting past canon (thanks for locating it and making my point) has to bow to 'most recent broadcast' Canon. Which is Santa Rosa, CA. - which is in Sonoma County CA. which is well north of LA. And your quote - "...facility outside Los Angeles" - is technically true - Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, CA. IS outside of LA. Doesn't matter that it is 4 miles, 40 mile, 400 miles or 4000 --- it's outside of LA. –DocH my edits
  • That line in the policy has good intentions, but it's not strictly adhered to in practice. If it were, any mistake in an episode that conflicted with previous episodes would become the valid canon, and none of it would ever be listed as continutiy error in the newer articles. That just doesn't happen. If all evidence points one way, and one piece points another, the oddball has always been marked as the error, despite where it fell in the lineup of episodes (unless or until it was told by the producers or shown in a future episode why there was a conflict and that the oddball was indeed correct). I've questioned the validity of that part of the policy, citing this as an example. If you insist on rigidly following policy for policy's sake, rather than common sense application in this instance, then there isn't much I can do unless or until that policy is changed. Therefore, until that time, I voice my last complaint here that it's assinine to disregard all the previous canon, some out on DVD, for the sake of one obvious error, just because it was made last in the line and someone didn't foresee this happening when they wrote the policy so rigidly. (And as for your "outside LA" justification, are Americans really that loose in their evening news? That's like saying Perth is outside Sydney, or NYC is outside LA. Come on! I call BS.) ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 23:36, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
  • Okay... I am going to go out on a limb here and say that a novice sysop of just seven months CANNOT just change the policy of the pedia. Let's ask the other (9?) sysops... and the rest of the other registered users. Better yet, let's ask the admin - see what Kev thinks. My guess is that the (pre-you) policy stands - ya have to think about it. It (policy) was there for a reason. Hundreds of polite debates. But since YOU know better - we all have to bend to your will. How else will the creative staff correct their prior unclarities? A: By clarifying it in the most recent episode. But you know better... by yourself... because you want what you want. I am curious to know what the other ADMINS think. If consensus says "new policy" - fine, I'll yield to new policy. But as the CANON presented itself, the content edit is accurate when it says, SANTA ROSA, CA. –DocH my edits
  • Please note that there doesn't seem to have been much discussion at all on Lostpedia:Canon regarding this point. There is only the present talk page and an archive, which points to a lack of consensus on this point in the first place, or the need never came where it should be addressed. I respectfully suggest discussion of policy move to that section of the policy talk page, except how it affects this specific article. Until then, the status quo should remain, with the location off the article until consensus is reached here. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 03:44, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

sidetracked conversation

- You would have to read in to all of the back pages re: Canon to understand how the policy got to be the POLICY. But I understand you not wanting to build, or rely, on a consensus... since your [BAN] almost a year ago for erasing content completely, to satisfy your non-collab edits. –DocH my edits
  • Are you intentionally trying to be rude? Or is this just a case of sour grapes because the policy was changed by a Sysop? That single ban was applied due to a misunderstaning between myself and a sysop, and it was removed hours later, before it expired, when the misunderstanding was cleared up. Clicking the next diff would have shown you that (but I assume you didn't miss it, since you took the time to dig through over a year's worth of contributions to try to dig up some dirt to sling). It has absolutely no bearing on this discussion except to poison the well by insinuation. Let's stick to the discussion at hand, and drop the personal attacks please, which have no place on an article talk page, or anywhere on LP for that matter. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 06:26, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
- No sour grapes, just holding your feet to the fire when you are incorrect. I did not mean to suggest that you have not read LP CANON policy, I merely questioned if you understood, or chose not to follow, LP canon policy. One sysop does not determine Policy, registered users (like us) determine it. Bureaucrats (not sysops) decide the balance, when there is a legitimate dispute about the correct course. You simply got a single sysop to agree with you (and alter policy) when your position was not agreed to. Several users took the position I proposed (hence consensus). Not a problem... I too have been enlightened when I err. –DocH my edits
  • In that case, asking if I understood canon, which I did, or agree with how it was worded when it wasn't applied across LP in that manner, which I didn't, would have been the avenue to take. Instead, you made this personal on an article talk page, using it to muddy waters where it was neither warranted or even correctly applied (see ban removal). I asked a question, and the Sysop agreed and changed the canon. If it's still up for discussion there, it will be discussed as is appropriate. This talk page, however, is for this article, and there was not a consensus. The last post (Lanpesci 03:03, 5 March 2009 (UTC)) before my first post on this topic had only a three hour difference (06:03, 5 March 2009 (UTC)). With different time zones, you cannot cry consensus in three hours. I posted that first reply to you, which was ignored, and I attemped to add the evidence to the article, which still stands. This topic is still under discussion. Consensus does not exist. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 09:18, 8 March 2009 (UTC)
-Again, I question your knowledge. The 3 hour difference is actually 23 (not three) when you align the supporting inputs AND the timezone thing only muddies the issue - because the times are UTC - which means no timezones were used in the computation of the recorded times. aka not a factor. –DocH my edits
What are you on about? Lanpesci posted 5 March UTC at 03:03; I posted three hours later on the same date at 06:03 UTC, my first contribution to this topic. By allowing for time zones, I meant that some people are in other countries than the States, and therefore different time zones, might actually be sleeping during the time you appear to have arbitrarily determined was "concensus". You have to allow more than those three hours to allow for people in different time zones to wake up and add their input. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 10:18, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

back on topic

To get back on topic, can we please get to a place where we can reach a consensus? I'd be willing to accept more neutral wording in the blooper section that doesn't lean either way, if the city name is removed from the main part of the article. I think that's a fair compromise. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 14:07, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

  • I agree with User:LOSTonthisdarnisland on this. Santa Rosa is located outside Los Angeles, and has been stated to be there several times. Take into account that there is overwhelming evidence stacked against it being in NorCal. The newscaster's report is the strongest evidence supporting the location. Add to that the fact that NorCal has never featured into the show in any capacity. -- Crazy Bearded Jack 18:05, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

Piping in

Read through and saw a lot of speculation about Santa Rosa. Thought I'd mention that I grew up there. Some trivia about the place - they don't have a mental hospital there. What there is however is the Sonoma Developmental Center. IT's a rather large place for either bed units or behavior people. They don't have an in/out patient set up. It's for the people who are committed for life. It's located on Arnold Drive east of Santa Rosa, parallel to Hiway 12 (folks can look it up if they care). I mention this because, when they show pictures in Lost of the hospital, that's EXACTLY what Sonoma Dev looks like. There are other mental health facilities in the area, but nothing that looks like what they show in Lost.--Shatter707 06:37, May 31, 2012 (UTC)

That's interesting. Of course it was fictional as Lost was filmed almost entirely on Oahu, Hawaii, so it couldn't be the same place! Perhaps the location scouts took inspiration from the place you mentioned when looking for somewhere to film Lost's Santa Rosa.--Baker1000 19:39, May 31, 2012 (UTC)
Yup. It's a fictional show, but they cite a real town, and it's I think more than coincidence that the facility looks like the real place. There's a lot of history with the hospital. IT's a fine facility, one of the few that wasn't closed when they were being shut down around the nation in the 80's. It's one of the few left, and the geographical foot print of the place is huge, with the far reaching grass areas and such. First time I saw it in the show I said "Holy crap! Sonoma Dev Center!" I would be highly surprised at this just being a coincidence, between the writers or producers. --Shatter707 20:24, May 31, 2012 (UTC)

Libby's husband

The line about Libby said, Its is unknown if she was admitted or if she was there for another purpose. If it were the latter, it is most likely due to her husband's death.

This doesn't make any sense to me. What would her husband's death have to do with "another purpose" for being in the hospital? I think the author may have meant "the former" (that she was admitted), but even then this speculation seems like a stretch. --Evan Prodromou 20:26, 31 January 2008 (PST)

Listing as seen on...

Can we create a list of the episodes SRMHI has been referenced or shown, like Character appearances?

  1. "Numbers" - Numbers discussed between Hurley and Leonard
  2. "Deus Ex Machina" - Locke's mother is referenced as committed there several times
  3. "Dave" - Dave, with Hurley and Libby getting meds
  4. "Enter 77" - referenced but not mentioned in relation to Hurley's ping pong skills
  5. "The Beginning of the End" - Hurley returns to the Institute after getting off the Island, and is visited by Charlie
  6. "Something Nice Back Home" - Jack visits Hurley regarding Hurley's meds and insomnia
  7. "There's No Place Like Home, Part 2" - Walt visits Hurley and asks why the O6 are lying
  8. "Because You Left" - Sayid breaks Hurley out of the Institute
  9. "The Lie" - Referenced in connection with Hurley's escape
  10. "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" - Locke shows up with Abaddon and talks to Hurley

Feel free to edit the above list. ---- LOSTonthisdarnisland 04:40, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

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