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23 Things You Probably Never Noticed In "Lost"

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1. The polar bear sitting in the corner of the play pen that appeared in this questionable DriveShaft shoot.

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2. If you stop it at exactly the right time, you can see Jesus appears on the cross inside the smoke monster when it encounters Mr Eko.

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3. The numbers on the back of this girls soccer team.

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4. And on the roofs of these cop cars.

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5. The pattern on the ceiling above Michael's head.

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6. On the raft, Michael says to Jin, "No, no, no. This one goes there, that one goes there". This is identical to a line Han Solo says to Chewie in The Empire Strikes Back.

7. Walt's face on the side of this milk carton.

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8. The name of the company that made this pregnancy test from Season 2 episode, "The Whole Truth".

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9. Widmore Labs also seemed to make the hot air balloon Ben (aka Henry Gale) claimed to have crash landed on the island.

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10. Hurley making an appearance on Korean TV.

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11. And when Sayid appears on the TV behind Kate in Season 2.

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12. The polar bear and the word "namaste" appearing in this artwork on Charles Widmore's office wall.

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13. The island that the Oceanic 6 claim to have survived on is called Membata. Membata-bata is an Indonesian word meaning to be in doubt or to be ambivalent.

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14. The Dharma logo on this shark.

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15. In "Homecoming" Charlie steals from a woman who mentions that her dad is buying a paper company in Slough. A nod to Wernham Hogg, David Brent's company in The Office.

16. How Locke and Hurley had the same boss – Randy.

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17. In Season 3 episode "Flashes Before Your Eyes" a man is crushed to death by falling scaffolding. All you can see are his red shoes, in a nod to The Wizard of Oz.

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18. The funeral parlour in which Locke's body is kept is called Hoffs/Drawler. This is an anagram of "flash forward" – a clue to the reveal at the end of this episode.

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19. While we're on anagrams, in "The Little Prince" Ben drives a Canton-Rainier Carpet Cleaners van. This is an anagram of "reincarnation".

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20. Juliet is hired by a company called Mittelos Bioscience. Mittelos being an anagram of "lost time".

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21. And Ethan Rom is an anagram of "other man".

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22. In Season 2 we see a copy of An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, a book about a man who evades death and has a series of adventures, but then at the end it turns out it all happened in his mind in the moments before he died.

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23. And finally the symmetry between the first and last shots of the show.

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