|4ª Temporada||5ª Temporada||6ª Temporada|
|1ª Temporada||2ª Temporada||3ª Temporada|
|01||Pilot, Parte 1||(Jack)||10||Raised by Another||(Claire)||19||Deus Ex Machina||(Locke)|
|02||Pilot, Parte 2||(Kate e Charlie)||11||All The Best Cowboys...||(Jack)*||20||Do No Harm||(Jack)|
|03||Tabula Rasa||(Kate)||12||Whatever the Case May Be||(Kate)||--||The Journey||(Recap.)|
|04||Walkabout||(Locke)||13||Hearts and Minds||(Boone e Shannon)||21||The Greater Good||(Sayid)|
|05||White Rabbit||(Jack)||14||Special||(Michael e Walt)||22||Born to Run||(Kate)|
|06||House of the Rising Sun||(Sun e Jin)||15||Homecoming||(Charlie)||23||Exodus: Parte 1||(Sobreviventes)|
|07||The Moth||(Charlie)||16||Outlaws||(Sawyer)||24||Exodus: Parte 2||(Sobreviventes)*|
|08||Confidence Man||(Sawyer)||17||...In Translation||(Jin e Sun)||25||Exodus: Parte 3||(Sobreviventes)|
FlashbackHurley tem flashbacks da sua vitória na loteria com os números 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, e 42, os quais ele dizia que tinham aparecido para ele. Na verdade, Hurley ouviu esses de um ex-oficial da Marinha Americana chamado Leonard, o qual foi hopitalizado em um instituição para doentes mentais onde Hurley já foi paciente. Após ganhar a loteria, Hurley começa a pensar que os números são amaldiçoados, mas ninguém acredita nele. A partir do momento que ele ganha na loteria, todos que estão por perto dele se machucam ou tem uma desastrosa má sorte, isso inclui a companhia de caixas que ele comprou e logo faliu.(Nota: Locke trabalhou em uma companhia de caixas antes de ir para a Austrália). Quando Jack e Hurley questionam Sayid sobre Rousseau, Hurley nota que a mulher francesa escreveu os números muitas e muitas vezes em um pedaço de papel. Hurley parte em busca de Rousseau e da origem dos números, paralelamente os seus flashbacks também mostram tentativas de achar a origem dos números. Hurley descobre que Leonard e Sam Toomey ouviram os números sendo repetidos através de uma transmissão de rádio e usaram os números similarmente a Hurley e também acharam que os números eram amaldiçoados. Essa transmissão é a mesma que fez a mulher Francesa e seus companheiros se desviarem de sua rota original e irem parar na ilha, causando seu naufrágio. Rousseau é a única pessoa que acredita em Hurley quando ele diz que os números são amaldiçoados.
Michael e Jin continuam a construir a segunda jangada, mas eles estão tendo problemas de comunicação. Locke pede a Claire ajuda para construir um misterioso objeto. Ao concluírem, Claire revela que é seu aniversário. O objeto produzido é um berço para quando o beber nascer — um presente de aniversário do sobrevivente/faz-tudo.
No final do episódio, a câmera mostra um objeto de metal que Boone e Locke descobriram enterrado na floresta (o que parece ser uma escotilha) com os números marcados. Anteriormente, durante o flashback de Hurley, ele (Hurley) visita Leonard e diz a ele o que ele fez com os números. Leonard de repente fica lúcido e agitado dizendo que Hurley "abriu a caixa" e que agora ele "deve ficar longe daqueles números" ou então isso "não vai parar".
While building the raft, Michael comes up with the idea to build a distress beacon. Jack and Hurley come to Sayid to ask for his help in building the beacon and in finding the way to Rousseau's camp so they could get a new battery. Sayid tries to discourage them, saying that Rousseau is crazy and the maps he stole from her are useless. Hurley notices one of Rousseau's maps, where she had written the six numbers that changed Hurley's life.
Hurley wakes Sayid up in the middle of the night, asking him if he and Shannon figured out the meaning of the Numbers Rousseau wrote. Sayid says he thought it might be coordinates of some kind. Hurley also asks him about the cable Sayid found, and wonders if her camp is close. When Sayid becomes suspicious, Hurley says goodnight and goes back to his tent.
In the caves, Hurley packs his backpack with water bottles. Charlie arrives, asking Hurley what is he doing, and Hurley claims he is going to find some new fishing areas. Charlie suggests he will join him, but Hurley says he could use some time alone. Suddenly the four water bottles fall from Hurley's bag, and as Charlie looks at him, Hurley says he's a big guy and he gets dehydrated easily.
Back at camp, Locke enlists the help of Claire with a project he is working on. She says she will probably not be able to be of much help, as she is almost nine months pregnant, but Locke claims she is perfect for the job. Meanwhile, Sayid finds out that someone stole Rousseau's papers, and confronts Jack, accusing him of making Hurley do his dirty work. Jack claims he does not know what Sayid is talking about, and asks Charlie if he saw Hurley. Charlie says he did, a couple of hours ago, and that he acted very weird. Sayid understands that Hurley went after Rousseau.
Hurley finds the cable and follows it until he steps on a pressure trigger, which is a part of one of Rousseau's traps, just as Sayid, Jack, and Charlie catch up with him. If Hurley moves, a large trap with sharp sticks will be released. Hurley says, "I'm telling you I can make it! I'm spry!" The others try to talk him out of it. He makes his decision, and jumps. The trap misses him. When they ask him what is he doing, he claims he is going after her so he could get a battery. Sayid suggests he will take the lead.
The search party reaches a rope bridge. After Hurley crosses it successfully, Charlie gives it a try. Along the way, the bridge breaks apart, but Charlie makes it across, leaving Sayid and Jack on the other side. They tell Charlie and Hurley to stay where they are, but Hurley is determined to continue the search. Charlie shouts at him, saying they should listen to them, claiming Hurley is acting like "a bloody lunatic."
Back at camp, Claire is still helping Locke build a mysterious object. The two discuss Claire's memory and Locke's special abilities of survival. He also asks if she already has a name for her unborn child. Claire says she hadn't really thought about it, and reveals she was going to give it up for adoption. Claire also reveals to Locke that it is her birthday. Locke then turns the completed object over, revealing it as a cradle for when the baby is born - a birthday gift.
Meanwhile, Jack and Sayid find Rousseau's camp. Jack accidentally hits a trip wire, and the whole camp explodes. They cannot find the batteries Rousseau had, and Sayid comes to the conclusion that she knew one day Sayid would come back, so she abandoned the camp and booby-trapped it.
Elsewhere in the jungle, Charlie demands that Hurley tell him why they are looking for the French woman, and he knows it has nothing to do with batteries. When Hurley is about to reveal his secret, gunshots can be heard, and the two of them start running. Hurley eventually comes face to face with Rousseau holding a gun on him.
Hurley tells Rousseau he is from the same plane Sayid, "that guy you tortured," was on. He shows her a piece of paper with the Numbers, and asks her why she wrote them, and if they have any meaning. Hurley gets angry, telling her that out of all the Island's mysteries, he wants some answers for the Numbers' appearance. She tells him her story - how she and the rest of her science expedition picked up a transmission with a voice repeating those numbers. After several weeks, they found a radio tower up by the Black Rock. While they tried to figure out the meaning of the Numbers, all of the members became sick. So she returned to the radio tower and changed the Numbers transmission to the distress signal.
Rousseau says that the Numbers were what brought her to the Island, like they brought Hurley. She says that since the first time she heard them, only bad things happened to people she cared about. She finally agrees with Hurley's assertion that the Numbers may indeed be cursed. Hurley, who has waited a long time to hear someone agree with him, hugs her and thanks her. He catches up with Jack, Sayid and Charlie, and gives them a battery. He also delivers a message from Rousseau to Sayid - "She says hey."
Back at camp, Hurley confesses to Charlie that he thinks the plane crashed because of him. He tells him that bad things happen to people around him, but Charlie interrupts him and says that back on the plane, before it broke off in mid-air, he was snorting heroin in the toilet. He claims he could not even take a flight without taking drugs. "I suppose that was your fault, as well?" Hurley finally tells him that back home he's worth 156 million dollars. Charlie believes Hurley is lying, and leaves Hurley, saying, "I bare my soul and all I get is bloody jokes."
- Hurley é preso por ser acusado falsamente de ser um contrabandista. Jorge Garcia, o ator que interpreta Hurley, atuou como traficante em um episódio de The Car Pool Lane
- Quando a casa que Hurley comprou pega fogo durante os flashbacks, a fumaça parece se mover em uma direção não usual. Acha-se que a fumaça pode ser o monstro.
- A emissora de TV que entrevista Hurley sobre ele ter ganho na loteria é KSVU-8, uma referência aos números, como enfatizado pelos quebra-cabeças de Lost.
- Esse é o primeiro episódio a ser nomeado em homenagem a um livro da Bíblia.
- Os números aparecem bastante no episódio. (Os Números)