A term used to describe the survivors of Flight 815 on the hit TV show Lost.
Lost fan #1: Dude! Who's your favourite of the Losties?
Lost fan #2: Gotta be the doctor man. Jack's the man of science.
Lost fan #1: Heck no man, Locke all the way!
815 is a key number in the mysterious and addictive television program that is 'lost'.
This number is the flight number of the plane along with many other things linked with the island and its characters.
815 has become a number universaly known as mysteriously spooky and beyond coincedence.
It is said 'eight fifteen' not 'eight hundred and fifteen', by the way.
'what time is it dude?'
'urr i dunno....about 2.47? Ill go and check'
'dude, it IS 2.47, exactly'
'Talk about 815!'
An incredibly awesome TV show that gets incredibly confusing. Thousands of people watch it every week because the show is just that awesome, and a lot of people have it recorded. It follows a group of people who survive plane crash Oceanic 815. They crash land on a tropical island with an astounding similarity to Hawaii. A few of the characters who have not drowned, not been destroyed by a pillar of smoke, not followed their dead father into the woods, not had sex with their step-siblings, not died on a freighter, or have not been given a short and horrible explanation about their father's disappearance so they would never have to appear on the show again are Jack, Sawyer, Kate, Hurley, Sayid, Ben, Locke, Sun, and Jin.
Man, did you catch Lost last week?
That show Lost is so confusing.
My stepmother committed suicide because she couldn't keep track of Lost.
Acronym for the expression "Live Together, Die Alone".
The expression comes from the TV series "Lost". Jack Shepard first used this expression in a speech to unite the survivors of Oceanic flight 815. Afterwards, other survivors used this expression when facing a problem that needed the support of the whole group. It was also the title of the finale for season two.
The full saying is "If we don't live together, we're gonna die alone"
Girl: We have to go save him
n. The mysterious group of people on the ABC show "Lost". Their leader is a mysterious bearded man who captured Michael's son "Walt". Many theories on the internet suggest the others are people trying to use Walt's mysterious power of collective conscinesce. The others are feared to be large in numbers, weapons, and overall supieror to the victims of oceanic flight 815.
the others are coming...
A flash sideways is not a flashback, flash-forward or an alternate timeline. It posits what would have happened if one event didn't.
In the ABC Television show Lost, a flash sideways shows what would have happened if Oceanic flight 815 didn't crash on the island but instead landed in Los Angeles.
n. television series
Everybody loves it, nobody gets it.
Have you seen Lost?
It's a great show but I honestly don't get it.