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Lost Season 1: Whatever The Case/Hearts And Minds
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Lost Season 1: Whatever The Case/Hearts And Minds
5025. The numbers are visible when Kate is sitting by the fire by herself twirling the little plane in her fingers at the end of the episode.
Laurent. Shannon is telling Sayid that Laurent used to always watch the same cartoon movie about a fish ("Finding Nemo") over and over and at the end of the movie there was a song and that the lyrics of the song are the same as what the crazy French lady wrote on the map. Shannon then sings the song for Sayid. The song, which is called "La Mer", is the French version of the song originally recorded by Bobby Darin as "Beyond the Sea".
815. Jason is quite upset that Kate not only shot him but that the entire robbery was planned because she only wanted the contents of a safety deposit box.
Maggie. Kate apparently orchestrated the entire bank robbery and her partner in crime is very upset when she interferes with his plan to shoot the bank manager. He calls her Maggie and she tells him that her name isn't Maggie.
Traveling money, personal stuff, guns and ammunition. Kate tells Jack that Sawyer has the case but that he hasn't been able to open it. Kate says the marshall has the key in his wallet but Jack says he buried the marshall's body. Jack also tells Kate that he'll help her dig up the body and get the key but that they will open the case together.
St. Tropez. Sayid asks Shannon where she learned French and Shannon tells him that she met a guy in St. Tropez. Sayid says that is the best way to learn a foreign language.
Zero Halliburton. Sawyer is busily trying to pick the lock on the silver case when Michael happens by and tells Sawyer that he'll never get the lock open on a "Halliburton". He instructs him to try impact velocity by banging it with a sledgehammer or an axe.
New Mexico. The bank manager asks her what her business is in New Mexico and she tells him that she's been commissioned for a coffee table book which requires her to photograph old theatres and things of the like.
Mark Hutton. We see the name on the plate on Mr. Hutton's desk as he talks to Kate. Kate also calls him Mr. Hutton.
Reading a magazine. Boone approaches her and says "I'm glad to see you're doing something productive with your time." Shannon asks Boone what he's been doing in the forest with Locke for days on end and Boone tells her that they are looking for Claire. Shannon says that she heard there was nowhere to look for Claire and Boone says "Well at least I'm doing something." He then proceeds to call Shannon worthless which appears to really hurt Shannon's feelings.
Relieved. Locke gave Boone a hallucinogen that made him see Shannon get killed by the big dinosaur/monster. When Locke later asks Boone how it made him feel to see Shannon dead, Boone says he felt relieved. Boone seems to be feeling a little guilty about what he and Shannon did before the plane crash and that is likely the reason for him saying he felt relieved when he thought she had died.
Slimy, little, bluish, black things. In an earlier scene, Jack ran into Kate picking up seeds. When she showed him what she was doing by extending her open hand and showing him the seeds, he looked at them and described them as "gross little greyish yellow things". In this scene, Jack tells Kate that he has something for her. She holds out her hand and he places some seeds in it. Before looking at them, Kate asks if they are "gross little greyish yellow things" and Jack replies that they are "slimy little bluish black things".
Kate. In order, the first 6 survivors appeared like this:
1.)Shannon sitting on the beach 2.)Sayid approaching Shannon
3.)Boone carefully watching both Shannon and Sayid 4.)Hurley approaching Boone to ask why they haven't brought back any boar
5.)Locke appears to drag Boone away from Sayid 6.)Jack is walking through brush as Hurley approaches him 7.)KATE is meticulously picking at things in the forest as Jack walks by and sees her. The rest of the cast (with the exception of Claire who is still MIA/kidnapped) appeared as follows: 8.)Sun 9.)Jin 10.)Sawyer (had the smallest role in this episode appearing for a split second during one of Boone's flashbacks) 11.)Charlie 12.)Michael 13.)Walt
Boone's mother. Boone's mother, Sabrina Carlisle, owns the biggest wedding business in the United States. Boone is telling this to the Australian police officer when he is begging the officer to do something to help his sister.
|When Hurley is telling Jack about his "major digestive issues", he mentions that Jin may be upset at him for not eating something he offered in an earlier episode. Hurley describes it as the thing with spikes and Jack correctly identifies the creature. What spiky creature was Hurley talking about?
||"LOST" Little Details: "Hearts and Minds"
Sea urchin. Hurley says that he's having digestive issues due to all the fruit he's been eating. Jack suggests eating some protein and Hurley complains that Locke hasn't been bringing any boar. Jack then reminds him that Jin's been catching a lot of fish lately and Hurley informs Jack that he believes Jin got offended when he refused to eat the sea urchin Jin offered.
Italy's. Boone is walking off the tennis court with a pretty blonde and you can see the flag on the left side of the jersey and read Italia above the flag. He notices his phone is ringing and once he answers it we can hear a crying Shannon on the other end.
A pair of shoes. Sayid says he found the shoes in the wreckage but has no personal use for them. Shannon comments that they are almost her size, only half a size bigger but that she swears the island made her feet swell. Sayid gives her the gift for her help with the French translation.
Oranges. When Jack asked what Hurley had been eating, he replied that it was the usual; bananas, guava, papaya, coconut, mango, passion fruit... It seems the survivors won't be starving any time soon, but Hurley needed more protein in his diet and so he went fishing with Jin. While fishing, Hurley stepped on a sea urchin, fell on top of Jin in the water and had to eat urchin before he got his fish in the end.
"Nope.". Answering Sayid's question, Locke took a sip of water and confidently replied no, he did not believe they would catch anything. Sayid looked puzzled, and told Locke about how he was trying to figure out the French woman's maps with a makeshift compass. Locke wanted to have Sayid as an ally so he gave him a compass that he claimed not to need anymore. Sayid later discovered that Locke's compass didn't point north and the directions were skewed.
|When Boone questioned Locke about his method for figuring out how to open the hatch, Locke told him about Michelangelo. According to Locke, Michelangelo stared at a block of marble for how long?||'Lost': "Whatever the Case" and "Hearts"
Three years. When Boone became questionable and discouraged, Locke shared his wisdom with the story of how Michelangelo "worked" by staring every day at an eighteen foot block of marble. Three years later, he claimed, the block became the Statue of David. Boone jokingly asked if they would stare at the door for four months and did not quite get the answer he wanted.
Hurley, Kate, Sayid, Charlie, Locke. Hurley talked to Jack first about his "digestive issues" and asked for the doctor's opinion. Jack then found Kate and spied on her as she searched for seeds for the garden that Sun was making. (He later gave her guava seeds at the end.) Sayid found Jack in the jungle and asked him about north, showing him Locke's compass. Jack gave Charlie a hand on the beach (and some aspirin) as they built a campfire. Finally Jack approached Locke as he was watching for ships and Locke told him that the boar were migrating from the most dangerous predator of all- them.
Cartoon. From the way Shannon described the animation about computerized fish, we can deduce that it was the children's movie "Finding Nemo" that was dubbed in French. She told how the kid had watched it over and over and that the French woman repeated the "nonsense" lyrics of the song at the end over and over. The song included lines such as "The sea of silver sparkles that change" and "Next to the pond, blue infinity". The fact that they were on the map suggests the lyrics may mean more than just a child's fantasy.
Faith and denial. Rose continued to believe whole-heartedly that her husband, who was in the tail section of the plane, was still alive. When Charlie asked how Rose knew her husband was alive she replied, clutching his ring, "I just know." She told him about faith and denial, and said it was better on her side. Charlie finally admitted that he needed help, and Rose comforted him while he grieved as they said a prayer by the fire.
"Personal Effects". We recognized from the flashbacks that the small green envelope inside the "Personal Effects" envelope was the one from the safety deposit box at the bank. Jack asked if it was what Kate wanted. She had lied, robbed a bank, dug up the body to get the key, stolen the box... but why?
Charlie. While the others scrambled to move the belongings from the approaching waves, Charlie was sitting silently by himself further up the beach. Rose approached him, dragging what she salvaged with her, and realized that Charlie felt guilty about what had happened to Claire. After convincing him to help her, Rose told Charlie that he needed to get help and he asked her who would help him.
Headaches. While several of the survivors made their new "homes" in the caves, Jack asked Sun what her plant was used for and she replied in Korean. When he did not understand, she conveyed the message by pointing to her head and wincing. Jack then understood, and by the way Sun watched as he talked to Kate it became clear that she understood more than they thought.
Picking fruit. Kate was shown high in the tree, packing her back with fruits. She commented that all of the trees near the camp had been "picked clean". When coming down, she thought she heard the creature. It turned out to be Sawyer. They heard the sound of running water and discovered a beautiful clearing.
Michael Dawson. Michael was bringing some stuff closer inland and he noticed how Sawyer was attempting to pick a lock to a suitcase. He told Sawyer there was no way he would be able to pick it but Sawyer was adamant that he could do it. Hurley saw both of them and asked Michael what Sawyer was trying to do. That was when Michael told Hurley that Sawyer was trying to pick the lock to the suitcase.
Sayid Jarrah. Shannon was seen in one scene relaxing on the beach and Sayid was nearby and told her they were near the equator and how the temperature was likely much hotter than what she was used to back home. Sayid asked Shannon about translating some papers he took from Danielle Rousseau since Shannon knew a bit of French. Shannon asked Sayid if Boone put him up to it but he said no.
Kate Austen. In a flashback about ten minutes into the episode, Kate was seen at a bank filling out an application for a loan. The person asked Kate to present her with some identification so Kate showed him some and then he asked her why she was in New Mexico. She said her work brought her there and commented that she was a photographer. A couple of men then came into the bank shooting off guns and told the manager to give them some money.
Boone Carlyle. Boone noticed how Shannon had helped bring belongings more inland and he commented to her on how she was actually being productive. Shannon asked him where he had been and Boone did not know what she meant. Shannon told him she noticed how he and John Locke had been leaving before sunrise and not coming back until after dark. Boone told Shannon that he and Locke were looking for Claire.