"The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt" is the second Lostmobisode. It features a scene between Hurley and Neil "Frogurt" shortly before Hurley's planned picnic with Libby, and her untimely death.
As Hurley walks out of Rose's and Bernard's tent, Neil comes up and asks what he was doing. ♪ He looks at the bottle of DHARMA Cabernet that Hurley has dropped and then inquires whether Hurley is going to make a move on Libby. He asks because he has his eyes upon her himself and lets Hurley know he is going to take her away from him. Hurley informs him that he has a date with Libby just now. Neil compliments him, but says that "this isn't over" and walks away.
The title, "The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt" shares similarity with the book title "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". Both of the names following "The Adventures of..." start with H (Hurley/Huckleberry) and F (Frogurt/Finn).
Scan of the 'making of' article from the Lost Magazine
The production code/mobisode number for this mobisode is 103, even though it was the second one released.
The running time is 02:08.
This mobisode was originally titled "The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt" when it was released on Verizon phones, but it was shortened to "Hurley and Frogurt" when it appeared on ABC's website. It is still titled "The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt" in the opening credits of the mobisode.
In the original version of the script, Frogurt simply tells Hurley "You don't borrow wine," before moving on to the subject of Libby. In the mobisode, however, Frogurt says that "If you wanna steal from Bernie, steal from Bernie."
Neil calls Bernard "Bernie", and Hurley "Tubbie" and "Bro". Hurley calls Neil "Frogurt". (Nicknames)
Frogurt: short for frozen yogurt, a kind of low-fat dessert. The word is well known in popular culture via a Halloween episode of The Simpsons in which Homer is persuaded to buy a cursed doll because "it comes with a free frogurt!" (which is also cursed). (Movies and TV)
Cabernet Sauvignon: this is the principal grape in many Bordeaux wines, grown in most of the world's wine regions. (Food)
Hurley's and Libby's picnic will never take place. (Irony)