Talk:Whatever the Case May Be
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Requested move for:
- Live Together, Die Alone (Lost) → Live Together, Die Alone
- The Glass Ballerina (Lost) → The Glass Ballerina
- Whatever the Case May Be (Lost) → Whatever the Case May Be
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@Ruby2010: Just pinging you in case you're interested in working on this episode— totally ok if you don't want to. Thanks for all of the work so far :)-Newyorkadam (talk) 17:03, 18 March 2015 (UTC)Newyorkadam
Lostpedia claims that "This episode marked the departure of J.J. Abrams from showrunning input, to work on Mission Impossible III."— find a source
According to Lostpedia, "The behind-the-scenes reason for the "unusual tides" that are about to submerge the fuselage was that actual seasonal tides on the North shore of Oahu would have eventually flooded the shooting site for real, thereby submerging the fuselage set and causing an ecological disaster. Therefore, an in-story reason had to be found for the survivors moving their camp to a different location. (Hearts and Minds audio commentary)"— Check into this.
Oh yeah, also, this article (and Lostpedia) claim that "The New York Times cited this episode as 'a breath of fresh air' when comparing it to the previous few", but I can't find this anywhere. Look into this. -Newyorkadam (talk) 17:06, 18 March 2015 (UTC)Newyorkadam