LOST Spoilers - DarkUFO

With Episode 4.05 - The Constant coming up next I thought it would be a good time to try and summarize what we know so far about this episode. I've taken this info from our own spoilers as well as those from other sources and from Lostpedia.

From Carlton Cuse
The fifth episode of the season deals with time travel and operates in different time periods.

From the ABC Podcast
The producers want to explore what happened to Desmond in prison; how he ended up there, and why they want him back.

From Ryan in Hawaii
Filming took place behind the barbed wire fence of the Oahu Community Correctional Center. Overheard crew chatter touched on the arrival of Faraday. A military camp of some kind has been set up on the slopes of Diamond Head, with soldiers made to do sit-ups in the mud.

Damon Lindelof: "Desmond will question the role he played in Charlie’s death. He will have to deal with the after effects and the guilt of it. He will question whether or not Charlie would have made this sacrifice had he not told him that it was what he was going to do." Charles Widmore continues "to be an absolute asshole to Desmond."

From our Hangman game: Charles Widmore bids at an auction place on a prize item from the personal collection of Alvar Hanso: a journal from the Black Rock ship. This very journal is mentioned by Oscar Talbot in Find 815 ARG

DarkUFO Casting Call
Ray 40s-50s, any ethnicity, psychiatrist, cold, professional type who can do what's necessary to get the job done... Very nice co-star that could turn into a possible recur as a guest star
Alfred. 40s-50s, Caucasian, British, cool and calm under pressure, knows his place in society and knows how to handle members of the upper classes... Co-star. impeccable british accent.
Bannerman. Mid 40s, any ethnicity, narcoleptic, can fall asleep at the drop of a hat, but has an important piece of information to tell. A very smart technician by trade... Guest star.
Billy. Mid to late 20s, Caucasian, British, a good buddy to have, willingly to listen but won't take too much gruff before he'll knock you in line... Nice co-star. impeccable british accent.
Foley. 40s - 50s, any ethnicity, British, physically fit, tough task master, unrelenting. A performance reminiscent of R. Lee Ermey in "Full Metal Jacket"...Nice co-star. impeccable british accent.
Larson. Late 20s - 30s, any ethnicity, smart, dangerous but capable of charm and humor. Tough military type. Follows orders and doesn't question them... Guest star, possible recur.
Keamy. Late 20s - 30s, any ethnicity, dangerous, physical - a great tactician, loyal friend and the last enemy you ever want. Military type. Follows orders and doesn't question them... Guest star, possible recur .

ABC Press Release
Guest starring are Jeremy Davies as Daniel Faraday, Rebecca Mader as Charlotte, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Sonya Walger as Penelope “Penny” Widmore, Graham McTavish as sergeant, Darren Keefe as Billy, Edward Conery as auctioneer, Marc Vann as doctor, Fisher Stevens as George Minkowski, Kevin Durand as Keamy and Anthony Azizi as Omar.

ABC Sneak Peeks and UGO Review
When Frank Lapidus stears the helicopter straight into a thunderstorm at a bearing of 325, Desmond experiences expected side effects (look for a twist on the “Flashes Before Your Eyes” formula). Daniel Faraday appears in this episode as a professor of physics at Oxford. He will be a feature player in Desmond’s flashes. We’re also going to learn a little bit about Frank Lapidus that will surprise us, he does have a soft spot for happy couples and may know a thing or two about how to ‘reach out and touch’ someone. The people onboard the freighter are not the warm and welcoming sort. Not all of them anyways.

Desmond jumps/timetravels to a location near the port of Fiji. He seems to be expected there and is caught by two men: Keamy from Vegas, and Omar from Florida. They lock him up in a room and are going to get "the doc" to ask him some questions. In the room George Minkowski is lying tied up in a bed and he asks if "it" is happening to Desmond, too?

On the beach, Jack and Juliet are worrying about the helicopter that has been missing for day. Juliets notices that Charlotte and Daniel are not so worried, even though the freighter is only 40 miles away - 20 minutes of flying. Against Charlotte's advice, Daniel admits that the perception of time on the Island might be different than the time experienced of the Island. He says that as long Frank uses the variables that were given to him, the people on the helicopter should be fine. If not, there could be "side-effects".

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