1.19 "Deus Ex Machina"

Episode Title: "Deus Ex Machina"

Episode Number: 19

Production Number: 118

Air Date: 3/30/05

1.19 "Deus Ex Machina" - ABC.com - Official LOST wikiSynopsis: Locke and Boone continue trying to open the hatch. During their time in the jungle, they come across a crashed plane lying precariously on a cliff. Boone decides to climb inside the plane to investigate. There, he discovers the remains of the plane's passenger, dozens of ceramic Virgin Mary statues, and a working radio. However, before he can use it and while still in the plane, it crashes violently to the ground.

Flashback: Locke suffered the ultimate betrayal when he is conned out of one of his kidneys in an elaborate scheme cooked up by his long-lost father.

OMG Moment:

Questions and clues:
  • Why is it that Boone can send a transmission out using the crashed airplane while the Looking Glass is functioning?

Interesting Concepts:
  • The recurring theme of black and white returns in this episode when Sawyer gets a pair of glasses crafted by Sayid. He made them by sticking two pairs of glasses together; one was white, the other was black.

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Anonymous Locke's birth certificate (partial spoiler) 3 Aug 21 2007, 1:36 PM EDT by EXODUZ
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Anyone familiar to the Lost Experience?

Take a look at the scene where Locke is looking at his birth certificate- particularly the doctors who delivered him.
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