Lost in Thailand

Lost Season 3 - Jack in Thailand

While “Stranger in a Strange Land” wasn’t exactly the most exciting Lost episode ever, we did learn a few new things:

  • Karl has never seen The Brady Bunch
    Could this mean that Karl was born on the island and has only had contact with “approved” culture? Is there any reason why The Others enjoy Stephen King’s “Carrie” but not “The Brady Bunch”?

    To be fair, “The Brady Bunch” ended in 1974 and the actor who plays Karl was born 81, so if Karl is 25 it could be understandable that he has no knowledge of the show.

  • We finally saw Cindy and the children!
    The lost stewardess is back and she looks strangely healthy for someone we thought The Others was going to kill or torture. What happened to the people who were abducted and why are The Others keeping them around to “watch”? The “watchers” all seemed to be people from flight 815, I even thought I saw Steve.. or was it Scott?
  • The boat is back
    When Jack and The Others were leaving for Othersville, they were on a boat that looked very much like the boat Tom used to kidnap Walt at the end of Lost Season 1. If I’m not mistaken, the same boat was given to Michael and Walt when they left the island. Is this that same boat, and if so, what happened to Michael and Walt?
  • Who is Isabel?
    In this Lost episode, we met a new character named Isabel. Tom said that she was “the sheriff”, but while she seems like a powerful and smart person, she doesn’t outrank Ben. Some think she is Mrs.Hawking from “Flashes Before Your Eyes”, personally I have a hard time believing that.
  • Jack couldn’t fly a kite
    While Jack felt it was a bit sad that he had never flown a kite with his father, I was intrigued by the text “Buteo Huang” which can be briefly seen written on the kite. Turns out Buteo Huang is the real world guy who designed the kite. I guess he’s like the Porsche of kite-makers.

Obviously we learned a bit about Jack’s tattoos, but that mystery deserves its own post, so keep your eyes open for a post about that later today.

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Lost. Bookmark the permalink.

50 Responses to Lost in Thailand

  1. Jack says:

    They were on a much bigger boat at the end of the episode than the one they gave Michael and Walt. The smaller boat appeared cramped with five people on it back at the end of season 1. The one last night held all the Others plus Ben laying down on a stretcher, along with (I assume) Cindy and the kids, who they wouldn’t have left alone.

  2. Mark says:

    Diana Scarwid = Isabel. Fionulla Flannagan = Ms. Hawking. Some two decades difference in age, I believe.

    I didn’t even think there was a resemblance – perhaps some folks may be trying a bit too hard? 🙂

    I also thought that the boat they gave Michael is the same one they kidnapped Walt with, and the one at the end of Stranger looked like much bigger to me too.

  3. Tina says:

    Short of Karl being shielded from the Brady Bunch, I think it is kind of silly to expect he’d never have stumbled upon an episode of it seeing as how its syndicated and been made into like two or three TV movie reunion specials AND is often referenced culturally. I think it is more accurate to assume that he and perhaps the other children have been isolated from some aspects of pervasive culture for a specific reason.

  4. AnotherOther says:

    There is definitely a resemblance between Isabel and Ms Hawking. I don’t know if LOST does this on purpose (I think Jack’s ex and Juliet look a whole lot like each other) or if its just a coincidence. Or maybe it’s suppose to be a young Ms. Hawking. We don’t know how this time-on-the-island vs time-off-the-island works.

    Overall, I was somewhat disappointed in the episode. I didn’t really care about Jack’s tattoos. Seems kinda lame compared to what has happened in the previous two episodes. Also, the Kate/Sawyer drama was really annoying. And they’ve been previewing Kate and Sawyer getting back to the Losties beach for the past three weeks. Why preview it if its not happening yet? Maybe next week they’ll finally get there. I guess this episode was more of a building up episode, although it wasn’t portrayed as such in the previews.

  5. Luke says:

    I think it is safe to assume that they would have more than one boat – especially since thety don’t live on the small island.

    As for Brady Bunch, it is entirely possible that someone who was born on the island, or at least grew up there from a very young age would not be familiar with it.

    For example, it could be that they do not have access to live TV, internet or radio on the island.

    Does someone know the significance of the tatoo? Why was it not ok for an American tourist to get one of those?

    For me this seems another one of those flashbacks bringing up the fate theme. The tatoo girl seemed disturbed when Jack asked her to tell him who he is. It reminded me of Clair’s flashback in which the future teller freaks out when giving her a reading.

    But this time around it doesn’t come off as strongly because we get confused by that whole taboo against tatoing “outsiders”. Any ideas about that one?

  6. MellowYellow says:

    This episode was advertised to reveal the answers to three of lost’s biggest questions, I can’t Figure out any of the big questions that were answered. The only exception being Jack’s tattoo which was not even a small question for me.

  7. Luke says:

    Someone at lostpedia translated Jacks tatoo. Apparently it is a prhase from Mao Tse-Tung’s poem which translates literally to:

    “Eagles high, cleaving sky”

    Also, Matthew Fox had the tattoos made before he signed up for Lost which means the literal translation probably doesn’t mean anything with respect to Lost mythos.

  8. Kim says:

    I also would like to know what big three questions were answered. One being that the children and Cindy are now with them. But it’s still not really answered. We know they are alive but what the otheres are doing with them is still a mystery. What were the other two? I wasn’t that impressed with this episode, but I do agree it is just a builder episode.

  9. MasterPo says:

    Re: The Boat – Definately not the same as the one Michael and Walt took. This one is much bigger. Looks steel hulled too (the other one looked fiberglass).

    Re: The Kite – I didn’t get the impression he didn’t know how to fly a kite as kuch as he didn’t know how to assemble it. All those sticks. Not like a “normal” dime-store kite.

    Re: The Brady Bunch – A lot of young people today have never seen Happy Days, Levern&Shirley, Welcome Back Kotter, etc. So I’m not surprised he didn’t see the Bradys. Could also indicate he was born on the island and has had little contact with the outside world.

  10. patience says:

    I think the Three mysteries were:

    Jacks Tattoos
    Cindy and the Children
    The location of Otherville

    all of which were hardly answered but thats what makes lost so great. All in all great episode and great season so far best yet.

  11. Giant Boat says:

    That was BIG boat they where on at the end, id say at least 45ft. with a large from space where Juliet was standing when Jack came to join her. SO where the hell do they get gas to power such a big boat. The big steel hull looked polished and new.

    I rewound the DVR many times, getting frustrated that Jack didnt even show any emotion when he saw such a giant boat…

    My other biggest problem with the episode, was Jack’s discussion with that flight attendant, I just dont understand why he didnt ask them any meaningful questions? Like what the hell are you doing? These people are crazy bastards, there are still 30+ of us left, help us you bitch!!!!

  12. cog says:

    I also find it irritating that the characters aren’t a little more inquisitive, but not surprising, actually.

    Of all the castaways, I personally think that the only one who’s actively interested in finding out what’s going on is Locke, whereas maybe people like Sayid and Kate and Hurley are at least slightly interested. Then there’s Jack, who’s more interested in what he wants and in protecting his people than finding out what’s going on. Sawyer, meanwhile, is just interested in survival.

    You also have to consider that not all of the Others actually know what’s going on themselves. In Nazi Germany, there were realitvely few people who actually knew what was going on in concentration camps, and the rest were just given jobs to do without knowing how their task fit into the grand (and ultimately horrifying) scheme of things.

    It’s not a perfect analogy, but I think the same kind of thing might be going on. Maybe only a few people at the top really know what’s going on, and they’re not telling, while the rest of the people, like Cindy, Karl, Juliet, etc., are kept on a need-to-know basis–as in, guard the door to room 23, go watch this court proceeding, do these fertility experiments, but we’re not going to tell you why.

  13. MellowYellow says:

    I still feel cheated by the advertisements for this episode. If anything, this episode revealed less than the average one. I think that the three biggest questions are more related to Darhma Initiative and how The Others relate to them. This season has dropped the mystery of the map and the hatches. I wish we could go back to simpler times, instead of introducing new questions every episode, and ignoring the old ones.

  14. Elise says:

    I completely agree with Patience that these were the supposed “3 questions” that were answered. However, I am miffed because not only did I not have a question about Jack’s tatoo or where Otherville is (when we saw Otherville for the first time you could see that the plane was crashing on the same island so it’s always been obvious to me that they live on the same island), but they didn’t even answer the one big question I thought they would, which is what happened to all the people they snatched. Ok, we know they’re alive, but so what? And I also agree with Giant Boat – why didn’t Jack ask Cindy more questions? Or at least tell her that Anna Lucia was dead to give her a much needed dose of reality.

    Personally, I can’t wait until Locke and Sayid are back in episodes – we need a good rescue episode with lots of Locke and Sayid action.

  15. shawdawg32 says:

    I am glad someone mentioned Micheal and Walt. I still think they are there somewhere. Also Jack really should start asking more meaniful questions, instead of telling Cindy to get the hell outta here. I hate this guy. lol

  16. James says:

    My hunch about the last few episodes before this one (which I posted on my own blog at http://blue.butler.edu/~jfmcgrat/blog/) was that Ben had taken precisely Jack, Kate and Sawyer because he knew that Jack would operate on him in order to save Kate in particular. I wonder what everyone makes of that possibility (please do read the full entry on my blog on this subject), and whether today’s episode contradicts that or represents further evidence of the extent to which they are able to manipulate people.

  17. Rick says:

    Is it accepted fact that Juliet was setting Jack up with the video? That is, in order for them to gauge Jack’s honesty, etc., Ben had her show him the video in which she asks him to kill Ben. Or, was she really rebelling?

    Given the whole “Home” promise, and how Juliet knew Ben meant “Island Home” and not Miami, it seems it was all a rouse. When she killed the guy who was going to kill Kate & Sawyer, she actually was adhering to Ben’s plan. However, in order to maintain Jack’s illusion that she was being punished, Ben had to capitulate and have her branded. She otherwise would not have been punished at all. Heck, it looked like she was teaching a class…

    She’s still on the others’ side, and while she regrets what she’s doing (as shown by her reluctance to let Jack use the aloe on her), she’s still following Ben’s orders nonetheless. That Jack continually is doing the moral thing makes her obedience to Ben even more difficult for her. While she’s struggling emotionally with it, she hasn’t yet broken ranks.

  18. spinpapi says:

    I agree with folx who say these characters are asking dumb questions which seem out of character, and not asking what MAKES SENSE to be asking in their situation. I think this is something the producers/writers are doing, however, to build suspense. We are supposed to get some REAL answers (or at least BOMBS as Carlton and Damon have warned) in some of the upcoming episodes. Don’t be surprised when they come. We’ll have forgotten all about this bad dialog.

    It doesn’t matter what Jack’s tattoos say. What matters is that he previously did NOT understand the need to respect other cultures and people’s personal boundaries (he was violating that woman by forcing her to ink him!) but now he needs to do so to survive. He saves Juliet by ‘working the system’: making a deal with Ben. And in doing so, he sets himself up to be able to help lead the Others to some degree. Watch for Jack beginning to understand that the crash survivors and the Others are not so different after all.

  19. Luke says:

    @James – I think you are right. Kate and Sawyer were probably taken in order to manipulate Jack. I don’t think they actually meant for them to pull off an escape, but Ben probably realized that he can use Kate to influence Jack and by keeping her close to Sawyer also make him jelaous.

    @spinpapi – very good point regading the significance of the flashback. I didn’t think about it this way, but what you said makes perfect sense now.

  20. MasterPo says:

    Regarding the lack of questions and inquisitiveness of thier situation: It has been my observation (and experience) that when people are in a very stressful abnormal situation for long periods of time, after the inital shock wears off, there comes acceptance of the situation. That is, people get numb to it. Even get use to it. So the burning questions and issues they have going in become less important to resolve as time passes. Even more, when people are striggling just to survive the day, there isn’t much time to explore questions.

    But yes. I agree some of the dialog has been odd and not what I would expect people to say/do.

  21. Carrie says:

    … Ben had her show him the video in which she asks him to kill Ben. Or, was she really rebelling?

    If you recall during the book club meeting, prior to the lostees arrival, there was clear mention of Juleit’s disdain for Ben. In addition has anyone else forgot that Alex (Ben’s daughter) is actually Rousseau’s daughter that was taken when she was a baby…?

  22. MasterPo says:

    Alex *thinks* she is Ben’s daughter. Makes sense if she was taken a few days after birth – she knows no better. And the other Others either also think so or go along with the deception for some reason. But clearly Alex is a ‘Black Sheep’ amoung the Others.

    ps- Is it possible that Ben actually is Rousseau’s husband?!

  23. Eng says:

    [quote comment=”40991″]Someone at lostpedia translated Jacks tatoo. Apparently it is a prhase from Mao Tse-Tung’s poem which translates literally to:

    “Eagles high, cleaving sky”

    Also, Matthew Fox had the tattoos made before he signed up for Lost which means the literal translation probably doesn’t mean anything with respect to Lost mythos.[/quote]

    Yes, you are right. The tattoo does not mean ” He walks among us but he is not one of us “.

  24. James says:

    this episode was a bit of a shite…
    well, i’d say that there is a plan to bound jack an juliet. (J+J? coincidence? jj abrams) jack is suposed to become the new leader of the others, they’ve choosen him to be the “one” as ben might die anyway. as he seemed quite smitten by juliet the plan might be to make jack responsible for her so he’d never leave without her…(marking her, hurt her, ect, so jacks doctor nature comes though to take care of her) that might be getting interesting!

  25. Pam says:

    [quote comment=”41075″]this episode was a bit of a shite…
    well, i’d say that there is a plan to bound jack an juliet. (J+J? coincidence? jj abrams) jack is suposed to become the new leader of the others, they’ve choosen him to be the “one” as ben might die anyway. as he seemed quite smitten by juliet the plan might be to make jack responsible for her so he’d never leave without her…(marking her, hurt her, ect, so jacks doctor nature comes though to take care of her) that might be getting interesting![/quote]
    It doesn’t make sense to me that The Others would trust Jack with anything but medical care, even if he is a natural leader. If I were an Other I wouldn’t want to put too much faith in Jack because I wouldn’t know his true motives, etc. Jack is a foreigner.

  26. FMGreenSteve says:

    If this is yet another, different boat, why then was Ben so shocked and interested about capturing Desmonds boat earlier this season?

    “I want that boat.”

    Why would he want a sailboat so desperately if he had at least one large motorboat?

  27. Jack says:

    At the exact moment Ben gave the motorboat to Michael, Sayid, Jin, and Sun were sailing around the island in Desmond’s sailboat. If the others DIDN’T own another motorboat, why would they give it away BEFORE they learned about Desmond’s boat? I think it was just a matter of the others wanting to take away the resources of the losties so they wouldn’t spy on them. To the others, information is power. More than the guns and the beatings, the others have the advantage of knowledge. They sent their only surgeon Ethan in as a spy to get information (that worked out well, huh?).

  28. theOtherdave says:

    [quote comment=”41111″]At the exact moment Ben gave the motorboat to Michael, Sayid, Jin, and Sun were sailing around the island in Desmond’s sailboat. If the others DIDN’T own another motorboat, why would they give it away BEFORE they learned about Desmond’s boat? I think it was just a matter of the others wanting to take away the resources of the losties so they wouldn’t spy on them. To the others, information is power. More than the guns and the beatings, the others have the advantage of knowledge. They sent their only surgeon Ethan in as a spy to get information (that worked out well, huh?).[/quote]

    Thanks Jack for that thought, it has bothered me is why would the Others would send Ethan (their so called surgeon) to spy? Wouldn’t he more valuable back at Othersville (and thanks Andreas for that)? I guess the more I think about Lost with help from everyone here, the more little inconsistancies can be found, or shall they be named “Questions”? (I feel nitpicky all of a sudden).

  29. theOtherdave says:

    BTW… If Isabel (the sheriff) read Jacks tattoo in Chinese (if I remember correctly-someone mentioned or was it in the episode?), why the reference to Thailand? Aren’t these 2 languages completely different both spoken and written?

  30. Luke says:

    They sent their only surgeon Ethan in as a spy to get information (that worked out well, huh?).

    Perhaps they sent Ethan because they anticipated to find many wounded people in need of medical help. You have to admit that sending someone with medical background to a plane crash site is a perfectly valid choice.

    Also, they had no reason to suspect that Losties would become violent – at least not initially.

    We also do not know if Ethan was ordered to kidnap Clair, or was he acting on his own accord (ie. trying to use her in his and Juliet’s fertility research).

  31. questioning says:

    anyone else find it interesting that Jack is filling Ethan’s spot?

    Ethan was the surgeon before Jack, Ethan went over to help ‘convert’ Juliet to come to the island and then worked with her (was the one to use the pregnancy injections on claire)

    Now Jack is the surgeon and Jack is working with Juliet

    The question is: is jack becoming like Ethan? or is Ethan his foil-character (opposing/evil twin)

  32. patience says:

    Why did Ben go by himself to the losties camp to find Locke? I mean if he is their leader shouldnt he have someone just go kidnap him.

  33. losty says:

    Is it just me or does anyone get the feeling that network/advertising commitments are interfering with the writers’ telling of the story. I think that at least half of this episode could have been left on the cutting room floor. At least five episodes from the last twenty have made me feel this way and the obvious “padding out” gets a little annoying after a while.

    Many of you have already highlighted the fact that Jack didn’t ask enough questions when presented with a situation from which he could get some much needed answers. I actually think Sawyer and Kate were the ones who had an ideal chance to learn something- Karl didn’t look like the sort of person who would hold back answers(Sawyer and Kate aren’t usually adverse to a bit of “roughing up” to get information).

    Anyway; enough moaning. I’m sure the next episode will be great. I love the show and NEED to know what the hell is going on!

  34. Dan says:

    I want to know what’s going on with Russo during all this, and if they’re ever going to have her get her daughter (Alex) back. I think the should have Russo help Karl.

  35. jack johnson says:

    [quote comment=”41160″]Why did Ben go by himself to the losties camp to find Locke? I mean if he is their leader shouldnt he have someone just go kidnap him.[/quote]

    WOAH, thank you ‘patience’…i hadn’t thought about this for a while and I just made a biiiig connection.

    Ok, so Rousseau (french lady) captured ben in a trap and turned him into the losties… we also now know that Alex (Rousseau’s daughter) is Ben’s daughter too (much speculation on this).

    WHAT IF: Rousseau was acting as a spy for the Others the way Michael had struck a deal with them for his child, walt. In exchange for giving information on the Losties she would get to see Alex. However Ben didn’t hold up his promise and so she gave him to the Losties to deal with.

    OR- She and Ben are the real parents on Alex and they got in (yet another) argument so she turned him in to the Losties.

    OR:she was helping Juliet to try to overthrow Ben by exposing their secrets to the Losties.

    Whatever the reason, I think that the fact that Rousseau captured Ben has a good deal to do with the fact that Alex is their child.

  36. Luke says:

    Here is a question: Jack is the “Stranger in Strange Land” that is obvious. But are the crash survivors who were kidnapped – are they also strangers? Or have been they assimilated by the Other’s society? Do they work with them? Do they live in the village?

    And most importantly, how much do they know about the role of Others and their work on the island?

  37. patience says:

    No problem Jack I thought it may have been worth bringing up, I like your theories, but what I am curious about is what did ben want with Locke and why did he go personally to find him maybe John was on infamous Jacobs list. Anyways I hope to see a Ben flashback this season that would be a good episode.

  38. Tbone says:

    yeah, anybody know what on earth that whole scene about jack getting jumped because he had the tattoo? I tried looking on wikipedia for Thailand subjects relating to tattooing, but couldn’t find anything. Is that just a thing of the culture that they’re adimate (sp) about not tattooing foriegners, or does it have some deeper meaning that we should be reading into? or…is it just something that the writers thought would be cool to through in?… any Thai experts on here can shed some light?

  39. Pingback: Thailand » Blog Archive » Comment on Lost in Thailand by Pam

  40. Omar Kamel says:

    Okay, here it goes…

    As for the whole issue about a tattoo taboo or something – I’d be very surprised if such a thing actually existed, so I’m not about to look it up. I think it’s just a somewhat generic ‘magic-fantasy’ theme – in which this woman specifically is somehow connected to an occult order of some sort – and because she has a ‘gift’ is not allowed to use it with strangers – since some of the ‘consequences’ would actually be empowering. I don’t find this puzzling at all…

    Now…

    I’ll say right off – I consider this to be one of the lamest episodes I’ve seen so far. Then again, it had a few things going against it; the brilliant Flashes Before Your Eyes came right before it, the marketing of the episode (3 biggest mysteries, my ass) destroyed it before it ever had a chance, and it was obviously a filler episode…Lame, but there you go…

    Now – the question I, my friends, and other people keep asking – why don’t the main characters ever persist in asking the BIG OBVIOUS QUESTIONS!!? Well, I honestly think this is a…dramatic convenience on the part of the writers, the more the questions get asked, the more they’d have to answer, and they’ve not yet decided to do that. They USUALLY manage to avoid it seeming weird by engaging the characters in otherwise ‘urgent’ issues – I mean – nobody’s going to be asking META questions when they’re getting shot, chased by a monster, or tortured. However, the lack of questions becomes much more transparent in relatively ‘calm’ episodes – such as Stranger In A Strange Land…this is also a function of how capable the director is, and I’ve noticed that the best episodes are directed by Jack Bender, whereas this last ‘filler’ was directed by some guy called Paris, whose claim to fame, according to Lostpedia is that he has a collection of baseball caps 🙂

    In any case, the messier the situation is, the less clear it is to us as viewers that the characters aren’t asking simple, necessary questions, the simpler an episode is, and the less danger it entails, the more obvious the omission becomes. I personally find it just about RIDICULOUS that Jack didn’t squeeze Cindy for any concrete information. I consider this a small disaster on the part of the writing/directing.

    And if the writers or producers ever read these blogs and comments, I’ll say this, and I honestly think I speak for most of us:

    We never gave a rat’s ass about Jack’s tattoos.

    Somebody mentioned Jacob’s list – I’d almost forgotten about that, we might need to consider the relevance to the brainwashing room’s message about ‘God loves you as he loved Jacob’, etc…

    Oh, well – until we find out about the 4 toed collosus 😉

  41. Laura says:

    About Ben going to fetch Locke; I don’t believe that was what he was there for in the first place, I reckon he just told Locke that because he knew Locke is a big beleiver in fate and higher power and he thought he could get in his head and get him on his side if he spun him that line.

    I don’t think Rosseau purposely captured Ben either, he just got carless and ended up in her trap. Neither does she know he’s been bringing up her daughter as his own for the past 16 years – saying that, if it was me and I knew he was an Other, I think I’d be asking him about her whereabouts!

    I wonder too, if the poor women’s been living in a ditch on her own for the last 16 years, why she’s not keen to mix with the Losties even for a bit of company/alliance?

  42. patience says:

    be patient everyone enter 77 will answer alot of questions

  43. aevkc says:

    [quote comment=”41219″]Okay, here it goes…

    As for the whole issue about a tattoo taboo or something – I’d be very surprised if such a thing actually existed, so I’m not about to look it up. I think it’s just a somewhat generic ‘magic-fantasy’ theme – in which this woman specifically is somehow connected to an occult order of some sort – and because she has a ‘gift’ is not allowed to use it with strangers – since some of the ‘consequences’ would actually be empowering. I don’t find this puzzling at all…

    [/quote]

    I think I’m the only person in America who actually liked this episode. LOL. As for the tattoos…I talked to my step-dad, who is fluent in Chinese and who used to live in Asia. He said he didn’t know one way or the other about a taboo concernin tattoos in Thailand. He did say that in Tailand tatoos are not considered decorative, but have great meaning. People believe that their tattoos give them special powers/insights. It is customary for someone to go to a temple and pray and leave an offering before getting their tattoo. Just thought that was interesting…

  44. tres says:

    Rosseau is also “Lost”. Before they started kidnapping children, maybe they were trying to just make their own. So the Others killed off Rosseau’s crew and somehow?? Ben impregnated her. Isn’t Alex around 15 or 16??

  45. Pam says:

    [quote comment=”41328″]Rosseau is also “Lost”. Before they started kidnapping children, maybe they were trying to just make their own. So the Others killed off Rosseau’s crew and somehow?? Ben impregnated her. Isn’t Alex around 15 or 16??[/quote]
    I thought Rosseau mentioned that she and her husband became catsaways with their crew, and she was pregnant then, I kind of remember this thinking “Why would you go on a dangerous trip when you’re pregnant?” So if she’s telling the truth, and Ben’s telling the truth about living on the island all his life then I think Alex is adopted (stolen). I also think that Alex is closer to 18 years old.

  46. Maarten (Netherlands) says:

    I would like to know where that scene with Jack and his kite has been made. I know its been taken in Thailand but i would like to know on wich beach.

    Somebody???

  47. Andreas says:

    [quote comment=”42194″]I would like to know where that scene with Jack and his kite has been made. I know its been taken in Thailand but i would like to know on wich beach.

    Somebody???[/quote]

    The scene was probably shot in Hawaii just like the rest of scenes from Lost that are supposed to look like other countries.

  48. Pingback: Thailand » Blog Archive » Thailand to lift remaining capital controls

  49. car insurance illinois says:

    In Zeiten von massenhaft Websitenmüll im Internet eine sehr gut aufgebaute Website, nicht überdimensioniertes Design und sehr gut recher-schierte Hintergrundinformationen.

  50. Hey there, I have been following your posts for a few weeks now and was curious. How do I subscibe to your blog? I would like to follow your updates as they come along!

Comments are closed.