The episode "The Substitute" takes us into Locke's world in Sideways 2004. Yes, he's back - or still? - in a wheelchair.
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It's safe to say that Ben has a lot to learn and figure out on season six of Lost. His life has changed considerably.
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Locke really is dead. At least for now. At least during this scene in "The Substitute."
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In this scene from "The Substitute," Ben and Ilana hold forth. How are these two connected to each other?
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Who doesn't love Frank Lapidus? He has been a great addition to the Lost cast.
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Sun and Lapidus expect the body of the real John Locke in this scene. It's courtesy of the episode "The Substitute."
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In 2004, Kate is holding a cabbie and Claire hostage. This is in a new, parallel timeline.
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Sawyer is reverting back to his season one form. He's one unhappy castaway in light of Juliet's death.
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Why do we add this question mark? Because it's unclear if Jack is helping the real Sayid.
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Why is Juliet smiling in this death scene? Might she know something Sawyer does not?
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They meet again! Fake Locke knows Richard, from way back in the day. These two don't seem to get along.
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Seen here on the season six premiere of Lost, Jack is alive and well on flight 815. Kind of. Sort of. He has a random cut on his neck.
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Lost Quotes

If you want your child to live, every time you hear whispers, you run the other way.

Ben

You know, maybe if you ate more comfort food you wouldn't have to go around shooting people.

Hurley