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"There's No Place Like Home" is an orchestral piece on the Season 4 soundtrack. It originally characterized the Oceanic 6's return to civilization. It later played during further returns, including the Six's return to ths island, on-island reunions and awakenings and reunions after death.
The Oceanic Six's plane lands at a Hawaii military base. The Six disembark the plane and meet their waiting families. Hurley hugs his mother and father and introduces them to Sayid. Jack kisses his mother. Sun's mother and father are there, but she only embraces her mother.
Kate stands alone.
Full list of appearances
"There's No Place Like Home" and its variations play during the following scenes:
- The Oceanic Six reunite with their families. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")
- The survivors leave the island in the helicopter. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 2")
- The Oceanic Six paddle their raft to Membata. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 3")
- Frank brings the Oceanic Six some beers. ("The Lie")
- Sun recalls how Kate pulled her on to the helicopter. ("The Lie")
- Jack and Hurley discuss their return to the Island. ("316")
- Sawyer tells Horace about a love interest he used to have. ("LaFleur")
- Flight 316 keeps flying. ("Namaste")
- Kate gives up Aaron. ("Whatever Happened, Happened")
- Jack and Kate discuss whether they should set off the bomb. ("Follow the Leader")
- In a Previously on Lost recap, Juliet dies. Sawyer tells Kate that it's his fault she died, and rejects her company. ("The Substitute")
- Jack, Hurley and Richard join Sun, Frank Ilana, Miles and Ben on the beach. ("Dr. Linus")
- Hurley's group unite with the Man in Black's. ("Everybody Loves Hugo")
- Jack leaves to talk privately with the Man in Black. ("The Last Recruit")
- Jin convinces Jack to leave him and Sun to their fate. ("The Candidate")
- Jacob tells the candidates he brought them to the island for their flaws. ("What They Died For")
- Sun and Jin remember their lives. ("The End")
- Richard asks Claire to come with them. ("The End")
- Claire and Charlie remember their lives. ("The End")
- Jack has a flash of his life with Locke, but he resists. ("The End")
- Sawyer offers to protect Sun, but she claims she is safe and leaves with Jin. ("The End")
- Locke enters the church. ("The End")
- Jack remembers his life on the island. ("The End")
- Christian explains the flash sideways. Jack enters the main church and sees his friends. ("The End")
- On the island, Vincent provides Jack with companionship. In the church, Christian pats Jack's shoulder and opens the church's doors. ("The End")
The piece develops the theme from "Life and Death".
"Can't Keep Locke Down", "Can't Kill Keamy", "Closure", "Jumping Jack's Flash", "Karma Has No Price", "Landing Party", "The Last Recruit", "The Long Kiss Goodbye", "Moving On", "Of Mice and Ben", "Our Lady of Perpetual Labor", "SS Lost-tanic", "Together or Not Together" and "Ultrasonic Flash" reuse the theme from "There's No Place Like Home". The LAX theme also develops the theme.