The first words that Peter Pan says to Killian and Liam Jones.
Why hasn’t more been said about this? The fact that Peter Pan immediately recognized the Jones brothers as being LOST. Not to mention the fact that the music in this scene first introduces Killian’s theme played on… guess what… a wooden flute, which is carried to the oboe, and picked up by the strings. Could this possibly be a reference to the special pan pipes that Peter plays that can only be heard by those who feel abandoned.
Peter Pan knew that the Jones brothers were lost — in the Neverland sense of the word. He could tell that even though they had each other, they were still abandoned. Liam’s death only makes Killian even more of a lost boy-manchild.
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