Still to be addedEdit
I just noticed that the article guidelines suggest the use of past tense. This article is written in present tense. I haven't been active here recently, so I'm not sure if it should be re-written. Comments? --CocoaZen 21:30, 7 October 2006 (UTC)
Anthony Cooper Proof? Edit
Is there any proof that the patient is Anthony Cooper? Just because the patient is an older man and the nurse is the same doesn't necesarily mean it's him. If it were supposed to be him, wouldn't they have used the same actor and listed him in the cast list? Also, some people have pointed out that the patient also bears a resembelence to Mr. Friendly.Joser Kyind 19:10, 15 October 2006 (UTC)
- Here's a comparison of the patient and Cooper:
There certainly is a resemblance to Cooper, so I don't know. However, I haven't seen any proof towards the identity of the patient, and since this post was made by an IP user with little in the way of credibility (no insult intended), I will remove this tidbit of information until real proof is given. Thanks for the heads-up. --JackAttack 05:16, 16 October 2006 (UTC)
Backbround Information Edit
One of he bits of background information reads: The beginning of this episode is very reminiscent of that of "Man of Science, Man of Faith", with the same attempt to wrong-foot the viewer into thinking they are watching a flashback.
However, it IS a flashback to September 22, 2004 - the day the plane crashed, right? It isn't happening in the LOST present, it's happening a few minutes before the first episode starts. That would be a flashback, no?