I was wondering ... did the writers always plan to have Richard not age ? Or did they hope that Nestor Carbonnell would look 30 years younger in the "Man behind the curtain" flashback with long hair and a beard, and upon realizing he didn't, they decided to make him forever young ? Did they ever tell ? I mean, the show has an history of badly de-aging its actors ( you have to admit Michael Emerson doesn't look in his twenties in the "Dead is dead" Rousseau flashback, his awful wig is the only thing that bugs me in a otherwise wonderful episode ) .--Lccf 08:53, March 30, 2010 (UTC)

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