Season: 2, Episodes: 1, Faction: N/A
Johnny was a friend and co-worker of Hurley’s at Mr. Cluck’s.
2×04 – Everybody Hates Hugo
Inspired by Hurley’s example (but oblivious to Hugo’s winnings), Johnny quits as well. He and Hurley seem to be regulars at the local music store, and he refers to Drive Shaft as “Suck Shaft”.
After quitting, he helps Hurley steal lawn gnomes and set them up in Randy’s yard to spell out “CLUCK YOU”. Although, he appears resentful of Hurley once he finds out that Hurley won the Lottery. (“Everybody Hates Hugo”)
3×10 – Tricia Tanaka Is Dead
Hurley later mentions that Johnny “stole” Hurley’s girlfriend, Starla. (“Tricia Tanaka Is Dead”)
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(Amset) One of the four ‘sons of Horus‘, Imsety, whose name means perhaps “he who smoothes/pleases,” is depicted as a mummiform human on the jar which contains the liver of the deceased. In the assignment of the sons of Horus to the cardinal points, Imsety is at the south. Together with Horus and Hapy, Imsety is said in CT spell 157/BD spell 112 to be among the “Souls [Bau] of Pe,” a district of the town of Buto in Lower Egypt. His name is also apparently identical to the Egyptian word for dill, Coptic amisi.
In Egyptian mythology, Imseti (also transcribed Imset, Amset, sety, Mesti, and Mesta) was a funerary deity, one of the Four sons of Horus, who were associated with the canopic jars, specifically the one which contained the liver. Unlike his brothers, Imsety was not associated with any animal and was always depicted as human. The early form of Isis was considered his protector.
Four ‘Sons of Horus’
Imsety the human headed son of Horus, protected the liver of the deceased and was in turn protected by the goddess Isis. It seems that his role was to help revivify the corpse of the dead person, as he is asked to ‘lift them up’ by Horus.
“You have come to N; betake yourself beneath him and lift him up, do not be far from him, (even) N, in your name of Imsety.”
To stand up meant to be active and thus alive while to be prone signified death.
In Spell 151 of the Book of the Dead he is given the following words to say:
Again the theme of making alive and revivifying is alluded to through the metaphor of making his house flourish. He does this with the authority of two creator gods Ptah and Re.
Spell 148 in the Book of the Dead directly associates all four of Horus’ sons to the four cardinal points. Imsety was associated with the South.