Jorge Garcia, who plays Hugo "Hurley" Reyes on Lost, photographed on location in Oahu, Hawaii, in April 2010.
The Vilicek Foundation's Lost exhibition includes props like this Connect Four set, which was featured in the season one episode "Numbers."
The mascot for Hurley's former employer, Mr. Cluck's Chicken Shack. Lost fans will recall Hurley falling asleep while manning the Swan computer and dreaning of a conversation in Korean with Jin and Mr. Cluck that ends with Jin saying, "Have a cluckity-cluck-cluck day, Hugo
Evangeline Lilly, who plays Kate Austen, photographed with her stand-in Claudia Cox on location in Oahu, Hawaii, on April 12, 2010.
John Locke's SOG Tigershark knife first appears on Lost when he's preparing to descend into the newly opened Hatch. In season three, Locke threw it towards a rustling noise in the bushes, where it landed in the canteen of an alarmed Hurley (who could barely offer up his signature response, "Dude").
When the DHARMA Initiative established itself on the Island in the 1970s, it used Volkswagen vans for transportation. The Oceanic survivors find this one after Walt's dog returns to camp with a skeletal arm that is clutching the key to the van. Three years after leaving the island, Kate, Jack and Hurley time travel back to 1977, where they are discovered by Jin, who's employed by DHARMA and driving a VW van.
Ken Leung, who plays Miles Straume, photographed on location at the Diamond Head Studios in Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 12, 2010.
After time traveling to 1954, Miles, Charlotte and Faraday are captured by the Others and accused of being U.S. military spies who have come for their hydrogen bomb. In 1977, Eloise and Richard lead Jack and Savid to the bomb's hiding place — which requires a dive into a reservoir and navigating subterranean corridors. Eloise unveils "Jughead" and says to the group, "Well… now what?"
While back in time on the island in 1977, Jack and Sayid devise a plan that will destroy the Swan Station construction site by using the dismantled "Jughead" bomb's core. During a massive gunfight, Jack drops the bomb into the site's pit and a magnetic force sucks Juliet into the bottom by a metal chain. She's injured, but manages to detonate the bomb with a rock.
Lost's executive producer Carlton Cuse photographed behind the scenes at Diamond Head Studios in Honolulu, Hawaii, on April 9, 2010.