The following information is gathered from various articles, interviews and The Fuselage forums. The following can be considered RUMOR and subject to change or otherwise inaccurate.These spoilers are more general than those listed for specific episodes and many are likely to fall by the wayside. These are items mentioned by the showrunners as intended storylines, but it's likely that more than a few of these will prove to be well off-target by season's end. Newer spoilers are added at the top of the list.
Episode 13: There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3; (2 hours) May 29, 2008
5/28/08: Miles asks Charlotte why she's going to leave since she made such an effort to get back to the Island. Charlotte asks what he means by "back." Miles then plays it off and wanders off. From Kristin 5/28/08: Three original cast members don't "survive" the finale. From Ausiello 5/27/08: Kate and Sawyer share a "spectacular" kiss. From Ausiello 5/27/08: Jin stays behind because there isn't room on the helicopter. Sawyer also ends up staying behind for the same reason. Locke is in the coffin. Michael dies. Ben kills Keamy. From The Spoilers That Have Since Vanished[Underwhelming and likely only the tip of the iceberg, espeically based on how strong the season has been so far.] 5/27/08: Walt, Rose, Richard, Penny Widmore and Charles Widmore appear. From the freighter, Daniel, Miles, Charlotte, Frank, Keamy and Omar appear. Christian Shephard and Dr. Marvin Candle appear. Other guest characters include Henrik and Michael's mom. From ABC 5/27/08: The face-off between the survivors and the freighter people continues, and the Oceanic Six find themselves closer to rescue. From ABC 4/25/08: The settlement that the Oceanic Six receive because of the crash is a plot point in the finale. From Cuse & Lindelof interview with Jimmy Kimmel 4/25/08: The finale is basically a pilot for season five. From Doc Jensen 4/25/08: The London filming involved Ben and Charles Widmore, but that there was at least one other Lost cast member filming in London as well. From Doc Jensen 4/25/08: Another "young Top Gun" type pilot will be introduce. From Ausiello[Wonder if this means we see Frank's replacement boarding the plan and meeting his co-pilot.] 4/25/08: Greg Grunberg (Oceanic 815 pilot eaten in the pilot) was onset filming. From Kristin[Ausiello indicated that his appearance would be in the final two hours] 4/25/08: It appears that filming had Sun visiting her father's office (and perhaps Mr. Paik himself). From Ryan in Hawaii 4/25/08 (originally 3/30/08): Location shooting moved to what turned out to be St. Sebastian Neurology Clinic. Matthew Fox (Jack) was there in scrubs, but apparently so was John Terry (Christian Shephard). Scene apparently were shot at the hospital front desk and another in Jack's office. From Ryan in Hawaii[We've added this spoiler here with Matthew Fox's admission that they were filming three episodes at once, the spoiler that Christian Shephard's funeral is seen in tihs episode and the note from TV Guide that Christian Shephard reaches out to both his children.] 4/25/08: The funeral director from the season three finale will be back. From DarkUFO[That would seem to hint that the man in the casket is Christian Sheppard, but that doesn't completely jibe with other spoilers about Christian's funeral in the finale.] 4/20/08: The second part of the the finale will be two hours long, but air two weeks after part one on May 29th because of the Grey's Anatomy 2-hour season finale. From ABC 4/20/08: Sayid (with Nadia by his side), Kate, Aaron, Hurley and Jack attend Christian's funeral. From Ryan in Hawaii[So not long after the Oceanic Six make it off the Island, Christian gets a funeral. Does Jack learn about Claire being his half-sister at this point? Also, Sayid is with Nadia here, but in episode 409, it's her funeral that likely pushes Sayid toward Ben.] 4/20/08: Added episode title. From ABC Teleconference 4/20/08: There will be a "spectacular" kiss that will complicate the Jack-Kate-Sawyer triangle. From Entertainment Weekly 4/20/08: This is a flashfoward episode. From Entertainment Weekly 4/20/08: The Oceanic Six will be rescued, but not by the freighter. From DarkUFO 4/9/08: Added episode title. From DarkUFO[That just sounds like a cheesy title, but since the finale is supposed to show how the Oceanic Six get off the island, it is a conceivable title.] 4/7/08: One more guest character: Any ethnicity, 30s to 40s, pretty, pleasant and sharp as a whip. She is a leader and quick-witted. Can manage difficult personalities with ease. Can hold sway three people in a room or a hundred in an audience. VERY NICE CO-STAR in finale. From Casting Call 4/7/08: More details on Donna: Caucasian, 40s, blonde, pretty, Australian. Has had to deal with many set-backs in her life but is strong and has persevered. Now has to deliver painful and emotional news. VERY NICE CO-STAR in finale ...MUST BE AUTHENTICALLY AUSTRALIAN OR BE ABLE TO DO AN IMPECCABLE AUSTRALIAN ACCENT. From Casting Call 4/7/08: More details on Millbanks: 30s to 50s, Australian, rugged, smart, works outdoors with his hands. The kind of guy you'd want with you to get out of a tough situation. CO-STAR...MUST BE AUTHENTICALLY AUSTRALIAN OR BE ABLE TO DO AN IMPECCABLE AUSTRALIAN ACCENT. From Casting Call 4/5/08: Guest characters include Donna, 40ish blonde and pretty, who has to deliver some bad news, and Millbanks, a tough outdoorsman. They are both Australians. From secretagentman[This is another clue that the possibility of Claire's death is more and more likely.] 3/29/08: We'll see how the Oceanic Six escaped from the Island and what happens to those who remain behind. From TV Guide 3/29/08: Jack will get a flashback/flashforward episode this season. From Ausiello[Based on previous spoilers, we're assuming that it'll be the finale... or at least part of it 3/20/08: This is part two of a two-part season finale. From Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof
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