For all Lost fans out there, these are the two alternate endings to the LOST S4 Finale “There’s No Place Like Home,” Parts 2 & 3 that was written by Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof and directed by Jack Bender. 😮
Jeremy Bentham/Locke in the coffin! (Lost season 4 FINALE)
“There’s No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3” will be the thirteenth episode of Season 4 of Lost and the second part of its 2-part, 3 hour season finale. It is scheduled to be broadcast on May 29, 2008.
“There’s No Place Like Home” constitutes the twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth episodes and is the season finale of the American “There’s No Place Like Home” constitutes the twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth episodes and is the season finale of the American Broadcasting Company’s fourth season of the serial drama television series Lost and the eighty-first, eighty-second and eighty-third episodes overall.
The three constituent episodes will be spilt into two broadcasts; “Part 1” will air on May 15, 2008 and “Parts 2 and 3” will air on May 29, 2008 on ABC in the United States and on CTV in Canada. The second and third parts will make up the two-hour season finale of the fourth season. Originally the episode was planned to be split into two one-hour parts, but executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse petitioned ABC to include one of their three episodes “in the bank” (due to the WGA strike) at the end of the fourth season, leaving 34 episodes to be split over seasons five and six. The episodes were written by Cuse and Lindelof and “Part 1” was directed by co-executive producer Stephen William with executive producer Jack Bender directing “Parts 2 and 3”. The narrative will revolve around a face-off between the survivors and the people on the freighter Kahana.
Scenes featuring Alan Dale were filmed in secret in London as Dale was appearing as King Arthur in Spamalot there at the time. Dale was not made aware of the plot of the episode, saying that “the wording, the title and all the headings on the scripts were changed. Hollywood, Only [he] knew they were the Lost scripts, along with the director.” Production staff were flown to London and sets for Dale’s scenes were constructed at Shepperton Studios at a cost of $2 million.