Here are some things you might have missed in the episode “I Do”.
Kate’s husband Kevin works for the
Miami-Dade Miami police department, which means they were in South Florida. He drives a Miami-Dade police car. (Correction from TropicHunt.com Guy….Thanks!)
The tickets to Costa Rica were on Oceanic Airlines.
The conversation between Pickett and Juliet was at the labor area was:
P: I don’t understand. It’s supposed to be two weeks.
J: Our schedule’s been moved up.
P: What, is that an order?
J: It’s coming from him.
P: That’s stupid.
J: It’s not my call. That’s the way it is, Danny.
“Lift up your eyes and look north
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So do we know who Jacob is?
I can’t remember hearing about any “Jacob”, but I’m going to check around.
Maybe Jacob is “Him”? Or maybe the Patch guy? or maybe both…
Jacob = “Him” is my guess, at least for now.
I’m going to write up a posting about that in particular, once I can think it through a bit more.
Okay, I didn’t comment until now because I didn’t watch the episode until lost night…er…last night. 🙂 (Hey, I had hockey….EXCUUUUUUUUUUUSE ME!)
Kate’s phone call to the Marshall took place on the Feast of the Ascension, which in 2004 (the year in which LOST is taking place) was May 21st.
Huh? Where’d this come from?
Kate’s husband Kevin works for the Miami-Dade police, which means they were in South Florida.
No, he doesn’t. He works for the City of Miami Police, according to his uniform. Yes, he does drive away in a Miami-Dade car…glaring continuity error for those of us in South Florida and who can do the Herald Hunt ( 8) ). Miami police wear black shirt/pants uniforms, Miami-Dade wear tan shirts and dark brown shorts/pants. Also, his patch on his uniform said City of Miami, not Miami-Dade. (Not that I watch out for those kinda things….)
When Kate called the Marshall, he said that it was the Feast of the Ascension, which is 40 days after Easter.
(I’ll have to recheck that later…The Feast of the Assumption is in August, and I might gotten the two mixed up).
Thanks for the spot check on the uniform, THG. I’ll get that corrected.
“Kate’s phone call to the Marshall took place on the Feast of the Ascension, which in 2004 (the year in which LOST is taking place) was May 21st.”
In 2004, wasn’t the Feast of the Ascension on May 20?
That said, it does not necessarily follow that this scene took place in 2004. Could it have been 2003, or even earlier?
In the western calender, the Feast of the Ascension occurs:
2000 June 1
2001 May 24
2002 May 9
2003 May 29
2004 May 20
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