“Lost” fans saw a little shout out in Tuesday’s “Dead of Summer.” The Freeform show had a couple of subtle references that only the biggest Losties caught.

Season 1, episode 6 was titled “The Dharma Bums,” so many fans have connected that to the Dharma Initiative on the ABC drama, which ended in 2010. It doesn’t seem quite as mysterious though. Deb (Tiera Skovbye) and Keith (Dylan Neal) referred to themselves as the Dharma Bums when they buried a time capsule in 1970. However, it wasn’t just a name that was shared between the shows. A certain chocolate company also showed up.

An Apollo candy bar appeared in “Dead of Summer” as well. Blair (Mark Indelicado) mentions that Cricket (Amber Coney), who died last week, used to bring him Apollo peanut butter cups to make him feel better. Drew (Zelda Williams) gives Blair Apollo candy to help him mourn Cricket’s death. It looks like a few viewers noticed the reference too:

Once Upon a Time” has also inserted Apollo bars into the show several times. That isn’t too surprising, though. “Dead of Summer” creators Ian B. Goldberg, Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis all worked on “OUAT” while Horowitz and Kitsis also worked on “Lost.” Viewers will have to keep tuning in to see if there are more easter eggs planted in future episodes.

“Dead of Summer” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on Freeform.

Dead of Summer Blair (Mark Indelicado) had a candy bar in “Dead of Summer” Season 1, episode 6 that looked familiar to “Lost” viewers. Photo: Freeform