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MAJOR FINALE SPOILER - I know this is not a full synopsis, but there have been some concerns about the finale being ruined so if you do NOT want the finale partly spoiled, then STOP reading and leave the SPOILERS SECTION.

**UPDATED** May 5th - Well once again another update from Ryan, apparently as many fans have mentioned or pointed out, Josh Holloway was NOT on set and it was Henry Ian Cusick's stand-in in the water. Sorry for any confusion. Here is Ryan's update:

UPDATE: Turns out the guy in blue I thought was Josh Holloway was in fact Henry Ian Cusick’s stand-in. Special thanks to the spoilerhounds at Fishbiscuit.com, who obviously know their hunks better than I!

**UPDATED** May 3rd 11PM PST - I am not sure if I missed this one last night or Ryan added a few more pics, plus perhaps you all alread have noticed this, but Desmond is also on set. Screencap added below.

**UPDATED** Ryan just messaged me saying that he thinks Daniel Dae Kim (Jin) was NOT on set. However, looking at the screencap posted it does look like him. So we can not say 100% that he was there, so sorry for any confusion.

Here is the latest filming updated for the season finale from our good friend Ryan from Hawaii Blog. It looks like the cast and crew were filming what seems to be the point the Oceanic 6 are trying to escape or get rescued. According to Ryan, all of the Oceanic 6 members were spotted on set as was Sawyer. Also, if you look closely you see someone that looks like Frank. I know director Jack Bender looks like Frank, but look at the cap below.

*UPDATED* Just posted a cap of what looks like Jin on set as well.

Here are Ryan's set report and photos.

Thanks to Lyly for the heads up.

As we draw nearer to the Season 4 finale, the “LOST” production crew is bringing the story ever closer to the pivotal moment when the Oceanic Six get off the island. To tell that story, they headed way out to Wai’anae, the arid, rural west coast of O’ahu. They established a base camp at Wai’anae Regional Park, and enlisted a handful of boats to carry equipment and crew across Pokai Bay.

The cast and their stand-ins took their direction on shore, then made their way into the ocean to film their scene. It was relatively simple in the narrative sense, but working on the water always makes things exponentially more complicated. Crew members had to keep a handle on a surfboard-riding director, hand held cameras and cameramen buffeted by the surf, a sound boat rocking on the waves, and keeping props from floating away. The primary prop? A large, octagonal life raft.

Action is called, and the stars get wet. Jorge Garcia, Yunjun Kim, Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly, Naveen Andrews and Josh Holloway swim toward the raft through some debris. In several takes, Hurley — clutching a doll that’s most likely playing Aaron — helps pull Kate, Sun, and Sayid aboard. But Jack and Sawyer take a little longer to reach them. And Sawyer is holding someone who’s not moving.

Who is in trouble? Exactly how did the Oceanic Six (plus one) end up in the water? Where are they? And how do they get from here to Hawaii? The answers will come soon enough!

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