- What Kate Did. Series episode #33. (Production Code: 209). Season 2, Episode 9. Aired November 30, 2006. Kate Austen played by Evangeline Lilly is buying a bus ticket and says, "Tallahassee one-way, please." Another character responds, "Tallahassee? I spent a week in Tallahassee once. It's all strip malls and Waffle Houses. What's a pretty girl like you going to do down in Tallahassee?"
- Lockdown. Series episode #41 (Production Code: 217). Season 2, Episode 17. Aired Wednesday March 29, 2006. Dr. Jack Shepherd played by Matthew Fox and James "Sawyer" Ford played by Josh Holloway are playing poker. Sawyer says, "Okay, I'll call you with the aspirin and raise you with a bottle of Amoxicilin." Jack says, "Do you even know what Amoxicilin is?" Sawyer replies, "You may have been to Phuket, Doc, but I've been to Tallahassee. Let's just say something was burning and it wasn't from the sunshine."
- The Man from Tallahassee. Series episode #61 (Production Code: 313). Season 3, Episode 13. Aired March 21, 2007. The man from Tallahassee is Anthony Cooper played by Kevin Tighe, father of John Locke played by Terry O'Quinn. In the episode, Ben played by Michael Emerson says to another man from his hospital bed, "Bring me the man from Tallahassee." Later John Locke says, "The man from Tallahassee - what is that? Some kind of code?"
- The Brig. Series episode #67 (Production Code: 319). Season 3, Episode 19. Aired Wednesday May 2, 2007. Inside the land bound hull of a mid-19th century British slave ship, The Black Rock, James "Sawyer" Ford played by Josh Holloway confronts Anthony Cooper played by Kevin Tighe. Sawyer says, "How did you get here...to the island?" Cooper replies, "To the island, huh, huh, (chuckles). OK, I'm driving down I-10 through Tallahassee when 'bam' somebody slams into the back of my car. I go right into the divider at 70 miles an hour the next thing I know the paramedics are strapping me to a gurney stuffing me in to the back of an ambulance and one of them actually smiles at me as he pops the IV into my arm. And then nothing. Just black. And the next thing I know I wake up in a dark room tied up gag in my mouth and when the door opens I'm looking up at the same man I threw out a window, John Locke, my dead son." (transcribed from DVD)
- In an ABC podcast, two of the executive producers, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, said about Tallahassee: "It just happens to be a nexus point where many of our characters have crossed paths." "Like a hellmouth?" Cuse asked. "Yeah, like a hellmouth," Lindelof replied. (Jeff Burlew, Tallahassee Democrat, March 23, 2007).
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“Twenty or thirty years ago, in the army, we had a lot of obscure adventures, and years later we tell them at parties, and suddenly we realize that those two very difficult years of our lives have become lumped together into a few episodes that have lodged in our memory in a standardized form, and are always told in a standardized way, in the same words. But in fact that lump of memories has nothing whatsoever to do with our experience of those two years in the army and what it has made of us.”
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