What Does This (Possibly Fake) Call Sheet Tell Us About The Lost Series Finale?

This call sheet popped in our inbox from a reader vacationing in Hawaii, who found it on the floor of Nobu restaurant last night. Nobody at Deadspin watches the show. So we summoned Gawker's Lost expert to explain. Go crazy, internet.

What Does This (Possibly Fake) Call Sheet Tell Us About The Lost Series Finale?

What Does This (Possibly Fake) Call Sheet Tell Us About The Lost Series Finale?

Leaving important things in bars/restaurants: it's a hot new trend! We called the number listed on the sheet and spoke to a woman named Kelly who wouldn't verify if the call sheet was real. She said that they do produce fake call sheets to confuse people, because "We're smart like that." So it could be fake. But if it's not, what does it tell us??

Well, it mentions skeleton props. Which, to us, means the Adam & Eve skeletons from wayyy back in season one. Show captains Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse promised that they would answer that mystery for us, so perhaps we get it in the finale.

There is also a lot of language about people being lowered on ropes into waterfalls or something. The boys (there are no girl characters listed on the sheet) are off on some sort of rope-climbing adventure involving water and light. Water and light that Jack is "consumed" by. So make of that what you will.

Jack gets a nosebleed. Like a time sickness nosebleed? MYSTERY.

Most importantly, what does it mean when it says "Jack in Hell"?? That's capital-H Hell. That's real Hell. Are we going to Hell on Lost? We just might be.

One thing we do learn conclusively from this possibly fake artifact is that if you're not on the call sheet, you really need to RSVP to the wrap party by midnight tonight. Get on that guys and have fun. While you're doing that, we'll be here, tearing our hair out over this magical mystery document.

H/T reader Patrick