Lost - How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

Fitting an entire nut tree into a nutshell is tricky, but here goes nuttin'. (I am not even sorry about that). Penny gives birth to Desmond's son and they name him Charlie! This makes me tear up, but then cackle, because although I'm sure he's named for our Charlie, Charles is Mr. Widmore's first name. Two years later after Charlie Hume's birth, the little family sails back to Old Blighty so Des can find Faraday's mother at Oxford. Desmond swears he'll only spend a day on it all, and that Penny's father will never know they're there. Penny asks him to promise that he won't go back to the island, and while Des scoffs at the very idea, he never does promise. There's no record of any Faraday ever employed at Oxford, so Des snoops in Daniel's old lab, which has been sealed with a fumigation warning, but that's just a ruse. Desmond finds papers scattered about and the equipment shrouded, and a picture of Daniel and a pretty young blonde woman. A workman finds him in the abandoned lab and informs him that Daniel was involved in wild experiments in which he was trying to send rats' brains back in time. And then there was some girl to whom he did ghastly things...

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