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This page lists Once Upon a Time's various references to ABC's Lost.

Season One

"Pilot"

  • Emma Swan is named after the Lost island Swan Station.[1]
  • There is a Geronimo Jackson sticker on Emma's car. Geronimo Jackson is a fictional band on Lost.
  • Henry gets off the bus at Gate 4, the first of the Lost numbers.
  • Henry jokingly recites the address "44 Not-Telling-You Street".
  • The time on the clock tower in Storybrooke is frozen at 8:15. It is a reference to Oceanic Flight 815.
  • Regina and Henry live at house number 108, the sum of all the Lost numbers.
  • There is a close-up of Emma's eye after she wakes up from the car crash. This is a recurring theme from Lost.
  • When Emma does the hard disk recovery, the data scrolling across Henry's computer screen includes:
    • 503, which added together is 8, the second Lost number.
    • 148003, which ais 16, the fourth of the Lost numbers.
    • 004CB32DE. B, C, D and E are the second, third, fourth and fifth numbers of the alphabet, which added together with the numbers is 23, the fifth Lost number.
    • 826012887, which is 42, the sixth and last of the numbers.
  • Henry's inbox contains e-mails from Mark, Daniel, Scott and Damon. The first three are all characters from Lost, whereas Damon Lindelof is one of the show's creators.
  • Mary Margaret's credit card number ends with 0018. The credit card details also contain the digits 0020733, which added together is 15.
  • Emma checks into room 4 at inn.
  • The clock unfroze at 8:15, then chimed at 8:16. The next morning, Regina sees the clock at 8:23. 8, 15, 16 and 23 are all Lost numbers.

"The Thing You Love Most"

  • The next morning, Regina sees the clock at 8:23. 8 and 23 are two of the Lost numbers.

"Snow Falls"

  • During his date with Mary Margaret, Dr. Whale misunderstands and asks, "Something about you wanting 15 kids?" 15 is the third of the Lost numbers.
  • When Kathryn arrives at the hospital, the clock shows 8:00 PM. 8 is the second Lost number.

"The Price of Gold"

  • When Emma walks Henry to the school bus, the clock tower strikes 8, the third of the Lost numbers.
  • In the photo of Ashley that Mr. Gold shows Emma, the timestamp indicates she broke into his pawnshop at 9:23 P.M. 23 is the fifth of the Lost numbers.
  • The phone number printed on the towtruck is 555-0139, which added together is 23.
  • Sean and Mitchell Herman live at house number 431, which added together is 8.
  • According to Emma, Boston is 4 hours away from Storybrooke by driving. 4 is the first of the Lost numbers.
  • While Emma is waiting at the hospital, the clock shows 4:05.

"That Still Small Voice"

  • Apollo candy bars are featured in this episode.
  • The air shaft is marked "D2". D is the fourth letter of the Latin alphabet, making it number 42, the sixth and last of the Lost numbers.
  • A firetruck by the sinkhole is marked with the number 323, which added together is 8.

"The Shepherd"

  • When Mary Margaret is talking to Regina, the clock in Granny's Diner is at 8:23. On Lost, the shipping container that held John Locke is labeled 823, and 8 and 23 are two of the Lost numbers.
  • The dartboard at the Sheriff Department has darts in number 4 and 8, two of the Lost numbers.
  • Emma and Mary Margaret share glasses of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey. This brand was featured on Lost.

"The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter"

  • There is a close-up of Graham's eye after he wakes up a dream. This is a recurring motif from Lost.
  • Sheriff Graham wakes up in the middle of the night because of a dream, which is actually a memory. He says to Regina, "It didn't feel like a dream. It felt like a memory." Similar wording is mirrored by Desmond Hume, who says to Penny Widmore, "It wasn't a dream, Pen. It was a memory."
  • Graham visits Mary Margaret at 4:00. 4 is the first of the Lost numbers.
  • The dartboard at the Sheriff Department has a dart in number 15, the third of the Lost numbers.
  • The Evil Queen's vault where she keeps the Huntsman's heart has 9 columns and 12 rows, which equals 108 total boxes, one of the Lost numbers again.

"True North"

  • The stranger's license plate features 23, which is one of the Lost numbers.
  • Ava and Nicholas Zimmer hide a stolen Apollo bar in Henry's bag.
  • Hansel and Gretel wake up to find themselves lying on the ground, which is a thematic visual often seen in Lost.

"7:15 A.M."

"Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"

  • Emma crashes her police cruiser into a street sign where the roads are numbered 4 and 23, two of the Lost numbers.
  • The boxes from the Hall of Records are from section 4, aisle 08. 4 and 8 are two of the Lost numbers.
  • Regina's secret meeting in the woods takes place at Access Road 23.
  • The new playground Regina built is located at 2536 Old Yale Road, which added together is 16, the fourth Lost number.

"Dreamy"

  • Astrid tells Leroy that the nuns only sold 42 candles last year. 42 is one of the numbers from Lost.
  • Leroy refers to everyone as "sister", which is similar to Desmond calling everyone "brother".
  • Storybrooke's zip code is 04815, a combination of 4, 8 and 15, three of the numbers from Lost.
  • Leroy dejectedly tells Mary Margaret that for his whole life, people have told him what he can't do. This is highly reminiscent of John Locke constantly telling people "don't tell me what I can't do", which became something of a catchphrase in Lost.
  • The phone record of Kathryn's call with David is listed as 8 minutes long.

"Red-Handed"

  • There are 15 photos of Kathryn Nolan's car at the Sheriff Department. 15 is one of the Lost numbers.
  • On Ruby's online list of potential jobs, there is a temporary position as an inventory control specialist for 8 months. 8 is the second Lost number.

"Hat Trick"

  • Jefferson's house number is 316, a reference to Ajira Airways Flight 316.

"The Stranger"

  • The airplane Pinocchio is startled by has the Oceanic Airlines logo on it.
  • Pinocchio is knocked unconscious and wakes up lying on the ground, which is a common thematic visual from Lost.
  • Phuket, where August Booth traveled to, is referred to on Lost, including the similarly named episode "Stranger in a Strange Land".

"A Land Without Magic"

  • As Emma dumps out Henry's backpack, an Apollo bar and a Geronimo Jackson album falls out.
  • Archie's office address is number 3580, which added together is 16, the fourth of the numbers.
  • The clock stops at 8:15, the flight number from Lost.

Season Two

"Broken"

  • As a mysterious man holds his iPod while struggling to close the apartment window, the back of the device's case is shown have a Geronimo Jackson logo. On Lost, Geronimo Jackson is a fictional band.

"We Are Both"

  • Dopey wears a Geronimo Jackson shirt.[3]

"The Doctor"

  • When Regina asks Rumplestiltskin to bring Daniel back from the dead, he replies "Dead is dead" in reference to the title of an episode from Lost, as well as the same line spoken by Benjamin Linus.
  • Henry's horse is in stall 8, which is the second Lost number.

"Tallahassee"

  • Neal and Emma meet in Portland, a location referred to on Lost, and a reference to the episode "Not In Portland".
  • A convenience store sells Apollo bars.
  • Neal and Emma plan to start a new life together in Tallahassee, a location referred to on Lost, and a reference to the episode "The Man From Tallahassee".
  • According to his wanted poster, Neal was born March 23, 1977. 23 is one of the Lost numbers, and 1977 was an important year in the Lost timeline.

"The Cricket Game "

  • The Evil Queen, upon being told the battle is lost, says, "Don't tell me what we can or cannot do!" This is a spin on the mantra often repeated by Locke on Lost.

"Tiny"

  • Exposé, a fictitious television series featured on Lost, is advertised on the television Belle is watching in the hospital as Ruby comes in to talk to her.
  • The announcer of the television just before Exposé returns from a commercial is one of Lost's creators, Damon Lindelof, reprising his vocal cameo of Bill Godwin.[4]
  • Ruby gives Belle a copy of The Mysterious Island. The main location of Lost is a mysterious island.
  • Dopey is wearing his Geronimo Jackson T-shirt.
  • Henry, Emma, and Mr. Gold take an Ajira Airlines flight, an airline that appears on Lost.
  • The total time of their flight is 42 minutes; a recurring number on Lost.

"Manhattan"

  • The number 23 can be seen in the bar where Neal and Emma are talking. 23 is the fifth of the Lost numbers.

"Selfless, Brave and True"

"Second Star to the Right"

"And Straight On 'Til Morning"

  • Mr. Gold pours himself and Belle a glass of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey.

Season Three

"The Heart of the Truest Believer"

"Good Form"

"Dark Hollow"

  • A bottle of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey is sitting on the table in the back room of the pawnshop.

"Going Home"

  • The number 23 is seen over Emma's bed in the prison hospital. 23 is the fifth of the Lost numbers.
  • Emma's apartment alarm clock rings at 8:15 A.M. and stops at 8:15:04 A.M. 4, 8 and 15 are three of Lost's numbers.

"New York City Serenade"

  • Walsh and Emma have been dating for 8 months. 8 is the second of the Lost numbers.
  • Henry's off-screen babysitter is called Mrs. Cuse. Carlton Cuse was one of the show runners/executive producers of Lost.
  • Henry reaches level 23 while playing a video game. 23 is the fifth of the Lost numbers.
  • When Emma arrives in Storybrooke, the clock tower shows 8:15, two of the Lost numbers. As does the clock in Mary Margaret's Apartment.

"Witch Hunt"

  • The dwarves are down to 4 now. 4 is the first of the Lost numbers.

"It's Not Easy Being Green"

  • Granny pours a customer a glass of MacCutcheon Scotch Whiskey.

"The Jolly Roger"

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