Craig

Season: 1-4 & 6, Episodes: 16, Faction: Survivors

Overview

Craig was a middle section survivor of Oceanic Flight 815. Craig is an uncredited background extra character, whose name has been inferred from the dialog of other characters. Craig survived on the Island for at least 101 days, and then he may have been killed during the flaming arrow attack (or during its aftermath) in 1954.

Fertility (Water)

Fire

Underworld

Death

Space (Stars)

Before the crash 

1×06 – House of the Rising Sun

   

Prior to boarding Flight 815, Craig paused briefly by a set of doors at the Sydney Airport as Sun was deciding whether or not to go through with her plan to leave her husband. (“House of the Rising Sun”)

1×24 – Exodus, Part 2

   

Later, he was waiting in the same line for the metal detector as Dr. Arzt when Hurley tried to cut to the front of the line. (“Exodus, Part 2”)

Days 1-44

1×01 – Pilot, Part 1

   

After the crash of Oceanic Flight 815, Craig was assisted directly after the crash by another passenger. (“Pilot, Part 1”)

1×04 – Walkabout

   

Craig proved himself helpful during the first days after the crash by helping Claire and other survivors sort wallets and other possessions which were strewn across the beach.

   

After the group began to panic about their supplies, Sayid made a speech about forming teams to gather items from the wreckage, and he was present to hear this. The next day Craig spent the portion of the day with SBSSG and gathered wood for the mass funeral. (“Walkabout”)

1×05 – White Rabbit

   

Craig and the rest of the beach camp saw a woman drowning in the sea, however they were unable to help her.

   

At night he listened to Jack make his “live together, die alone” speech. After Jack made a decision to move into the jungle and use the caves as a suitable living space, Craig decided to stay on the beach. (“White Rabbit”)

1×09 – Solitary

   

Craig was also present for Hurley’s “Island Open” golf tournament and Jack’s climactic putt. (“Solitary”)

1×12 – Whatever the Case May Be

   

Soon after, the tide suddenly shifted and he helped his fellow survivors gather the luggage that was drifting into the water. Craig joined the camp that night as they moved down the camp to their new home. (“Whatever the Case May Be”)

1×15 – Homecoming

   

When Scott was found murdered on the beach, Craig was one of the onlookers on the beach watching as his body was being carried away. (“Homecoming”)

1×19 – Deus Ex Machina

   

When Craig and Jerome started to construct a tent at the beach camp, they were yelled at by Sawyer to be quieter as he had a headache. (“Deus Ex Machina”)

1×20 – Do No Harm

   

He was present with the entire camp when Claire showed her newborn son to the camp. (“Do No Harm”)

1×22 – Born to Run

   

A few days later, Craig was recruited by Jack to join him and several other survivors in assisting the quickened construction of the raft. (“Born to Run”)

1×23 – Exodus, Part 1

   

Craig, along with all those around him at the raft, saw the pillar of smoke coming from across the Island, signaling the approach of the Others. Before the launching of the raft, Craig wrote a letter and gave it to Charlie to put in the message bottle. (“Exodus, Part 1”)

1×24 – Exodus, Part 2

   

Soon after, Craig headed to the caves with Beth. (“Exodus, Part 2”)

Days 48-67

2×04 – Everybody Hates Hugo

   

Craig was hanging out with fellow survivor Steve at the beach on the day that Hurley passed out the food from the hatch to the group and thanked Hurley. (“Everybody Hates Hugo”)

2×08 – Collision

   

Craig also welcomed Bernard and Libby when they arrived at camp. (“Collision”)

2×09 – What Kate Did

   

The next day he attended Shannon’s funeral, standing near Jerome. (“What Kate Did”)

2×19 – S.O.S.

   

When Bernard set out to construct his S.O.S. sign, Craig was speaking with Richard and Jerome when he was chosen by Bernard to help. Craig later opted not to help, and did not return to pitch in. (“S.O.S.”)

2×22 – Three Minutes

   

On Day 66, he attended the funeral of Ana Lucia and Libby. (“Three Minutes”)

2×23 – Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1

   

During the funeral he witnessed Desmond’s return in his sailboat and watched as Jack, Sayid and Sawyer swam out to inspect the sailboat. (“Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1″)

2×24 – Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2

   

During the discharge, Craig held his ears and helped clean up the resulting debris. (“Live Together, Die Alone, Part 2”)

Days 77-91 

3×11 – Enter 77

   

When Jin found a ping-pong table, he assisted in carrying it out to the beach and later watched with amusement as Hurley beat Sawyer in a game that resulted in Sawyer being unable to refer to anyone by a nickname for one week. (“Enter 77”)

3×14 – Exposé

   

A few days later Craig attended the funeral of Nikki and Paulo. (“Exposé”)

3×15 – Left Behind

   

The next day he ate some of Sawyer’s boar roast. (“Left Behind”)

3×21 – Greatest Hits

      

When it was discovered that the Others were planning to raid the camp, Craig joined his fellow survivors in preparing to leave for the radio tower. Shortly before leaving, Jack checked to make sure that Craig had enough water. (“Greatest Hits”)

3×22 – Through the Looking Glass, Part 1

   

Soon after the beach camp survivors trekked to the radio tower and watched as Ben intercepted the survivors on their way to the tower. (“Through the Looking Glass, Part 1”)

3×23 – Through the Looking Glass, Part 2

   

Later, he was seen walking to the radio tower and after arriving at the Radio Tower he witnessed Naomi’s attempted murder by Locke.  He watched the standoff between Jack and Locke and when Jack finally contacted the Freighter he was overjoyed to hear that rescue was coming. (“Through the Looking Glass, Part 2”)

Days 91-100 

4×01 – The Beginning of the End   

   

When the survivors made their way to the cockpit, they were intercepted by Locke. Locke attempted to convince the survivors to join him in his journey to the barracks, however Craig chose to join Jack’s group. (“The Beginning of the End”)

4×10 – Something Nice Back Home

   

A few weeks later Craig watched Rose and Bernard arguing with Daniel and Charlotte. (“Something Nice Back Home”)

4×14 – There’s No Place Like Home, Part 3

   

After Daniel successfully finishing the first trip to the Kahana, Craig, along with five other survivors, boarded the Zodiac raft. However, the raft did not reach its destination, as the Kahana was destroyed beforehand, and the raft moved through time along with the Island. (“There’s No Place Like Home, Part 2”)

5×01 – Because You Left

   

After the Island moved, Craig, on the Zodiac raft with Daniel, returned to the Island to reunite with his fellow survivors as they try to find out what happened.  (“Because You Left”)

5×02 – The Lie

   

After shifting through time to 1954, Craig was on the beach when flaming arrows, launched by the Others, began to rain down on the survivors. Craig fled into the jungle with other the survivors and was seen behind Bernard while fleeing.

Craig’s whereabouts and status were unknown, along with the majority of the survivors that ran into the jungle. Craig, along with the other missing survivors, had died either in the attack or while waiting for Sawyer’s group by the creek. (“The Lie”)

6×01 – LA X, Part 1

   

In the Flash-sideways timeline, Craig can be sleeping in his seat near Sawyer on the plane. (“LA X, Part 1”)

6×02 – LA X, Part 2

   

He also watched Charlie being escorted off the plane and was standing near Edward Mars as he searched for Kate outside the airport. (“LA X, Part 2”)

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Associated DHARMA Location 

Decoded Season 1 Characters

Steve Jenkins

Scott Jackson

Jerome

Bandana Lady

Beth

Doug

Jack Shephard

James Sawyer

Hurley Reyes

Danielle Rousseau

Sayid Jarrah

Ana Lucia Cortez

Jin-Soo Kwon

Sun-Hwa Kwon

Charlie Pace

Rose Nadler

Claire Littleton

Kate Austen

Decoded Season 2 Characters

Bernard Nadler

Libby Smith

Benjamin Linus

Neil "Frogurt"

Decoded Season 3 Characters

Juliet Burke

Naomi Dorrit

Decoded Season 4 Characters

Charlotte Lewis

Daniel Faraday

Brandon

Key Episode(s) to Decoding the Character

1x19 "Deus Ex Machina"

4x13 "There's No Place Like Home, Part 2"

5x01 "Because You Left"










Wiki Info

The river Eridanos or Eridanus is a river mentioned in Greek mythology. Virgil considered it one of the rivers of Hades in his Aeneid VI, 659.

Ancient references

Hesiod, in Theogony, calls it “deep-eddying Eridanos” in his list of rivers, the offspring of Tethys. Herodotus (III, 115) points out that the word Eridanos is essentially Greek in character, and surmises that consequently the river supposed to run around the world is probably a Greek invention. He associated it with the river Po, because the Po was located near the end of the Amber Trail. According to Apollonius of Rhodes and Ovid, amber originated from the tears of the Heliades, encased in poplars as dryads, shed when their brother, Phaeton, died and fell from the sky, struck by Zeus‘ thunderbolt, and tumbled into the Eridanos, where “to this very day the marsh exhales a heavy vapour which rises from his smouldering wound; no bird can stretch out its fragile wings to fly over that water, but in mid-flight it falls dead in the flames;” “along the green banks of the river Eridanos,” Cygnus mourned him—Ovid told—and was transformed into a swan. There in the far west, Heracles asked the river nymphs of Eridanos to help him locate the Garden of the Hesperides.

Strabo disregards such mythmaking:

One must put aside many of the mythical or false accounts such as those of Phaethon and of the Heliades changed into black poplars near the Eridanos (a river that does not exist anywhere on earth, although it is said to be near the Po), and of the Islands of Amber that lie off the Po, and of the guinea-fowl on them, because none of these exist in this area.

“Starry Eridanus”

When in Nonnus’ fourth-century CE Dionysiaca, the vast monster Typhon boasts that he will bathe in “starry Eridanus”, it is hyperbole, for the constellation Eridanus, represented as a river, was one of the 48 constellations listed by the second-century astronomer Ptolemy; it remains one of the 88 modern constellations.

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Mythological Family Members & Associated Deities

OCEANUS (Father)

TETHYS (Mother)

HADES

ACHERON

COCYTUS

STYX

PHLEGETHON

LETHE

HERACLES

ZEUS

TYPHON


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