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Week 52, 2009

2x07 SkiIsDangerous

Elizabeth "Libby" Smith was one of the tail-section survivors of Flight 815. She claimed to be a clinical psychologist before the crash, apparently dropping out of medical school sometime during her first year. After reuniting with the middle section survivors, she had short-lived relationship with Hurley. Michael shot and killed her out of shock, as she walked in on him fatally shooting Ana Lucia. (more...)

Week 51, 2009

2x07 SkiIsDangerous

Elizabeth "Libby" Smith was one of the tail-section survivors of Flight 815. She claimed to be a clinical psychologist before the crash, apparently dropping out of medical school sometime during her first year. After reuniting with the middle section survivors, she had short-lived relationship with Hurley. Michael shot and killed her out of shock, as she walked in on him fatally shooting Ana Lucia. (more...)

Week 50, 2009

Barkin

Vincent is Walt's yellow Labrador retriever, and the only canine survivor of Oceanic Flight 815. The only non-human survivor of Flight 815, Vincent was the second character seen in the entire series. In the Official Lost Podcast, Damon Lindelof confirmed that Vincent will survive through the end of Season 6, making Vincent the first and so far only character that has been confirmed to survive the entirety of the series.(more...)

Week 49, 2009

Islandmoves

Time travel is a recurring theme and part of the mythology on Lost. First hinted in the season 2 episode, "The Long Con", the Island constantly moves, and by using an ancient wheel underneath the Orchid, the electromagnetic power on the Island allows the inhabitants to travel through time. Other cases feature the risks of time travel, which often end with death, due to the inability to find a constant. Time travel played a major part in Season 5, and may have a strong influence on Season 6 depending on the resolution of the Jughead cliffhanger. (more...)

Week 48, 2009

Rousseau translated

Danielle Rousseau kept several maps and notes that she made or acquired during her first 16 years on the Island, containing diagrams, maps, equations, and various notations. Sayid, after escaping imprisonment at Rousseau's camp, took the maps and notes with him back to the survivor's camp. ("Solitary") He recruited Shannon to help translate the French notations that accompanied the mathematical equations on the maps and notes. Some of the notations that originally appeared to Shannon to be gibberish were later tranlsated as lyrics to the song "La Mer", from an animated children's movie. ("Whatever the Case May Be") Sayid retained possession of the pages, excepting a brief period during which Hurley took some of them, until he left the Island. ("Numbers")  ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 3") Rousseau's maps include several Island locations that have yet to be seen on the show, such as the extremely dangerous rivers, the bay of coconuts, the bay of storms, and the crater. (more...)

Week 47, 2009

Rousseau translated

Danielle Rousseau kept several maps and notes that she made or acquired during her first 16 years on the Island, containing diagrams, maps, equations, and various notations. Sayid, after escaping imprisonment at Rousseau's camp, took the maps and notes with him back to the survivor's camp. ("Solitary") He recruited Shannon to help translate the French notations that accompanied the mathematical equations on the maps and notes. Some of the notations that originally appeared to Shannon to be gibberish were later tranlsated as lyrics to the song "La Mer", from an animated children's movie. ("Whatever the Case May Be") Sayid retained possession of the pages, excepting a brief period during which Hurley took some of them, until he left the Island. ("Numbers")  ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 3") Rousseau's maps include several Island locations that have yet to be seen on the show, such as the extremely dangerous rivers, the bay of coconuts, the bay of storms, and the crater. (more...)

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Week 43, 2009

Rousseau translated

Danielle Rousseau kept several maps and notes that she made or acquired during her first 16 years on the Island, containing diagrams, maps, equations, and various notations. Sayid, after escaping imprisonment at Rousseau's camp, took the maps and notes with him back to the survivor's camp. ("Solitary") He recruited Shannon to help translate the French notations that accompanied the mathematical equations on the maps and notes. Some of the notations that originally appeared to Shannon to be gibberish were later tranlsated as lyrics to the song "La Mer", from an animated children's movie. ("Whatever the Case May Be") Sayid retained possession of the pages, excepting a brief period during which Hurley took some of them, until he left the Island. ("Numbers")  ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 3") Rousseau's maps include several Island locations that have yet to be seen on the show, such as the extremely dangerous rivers, the bay of coconuts, the bay of storms, and the crater. (more...)

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Week 39, 2009

2x18 LibbyInFlashback

Elizabeth "Libby" Smith was one of the tail-section survivors of Flight 815. She claimed to be a clinical psychologist before the crash, apparently dropping out of medical school sometime during her first year. After reuniting with the middle section survivors, she had short-lived relationship with Hurley. A competent and caring woman who acted as a support figure, she seemed reserved about her own life, giving out little information when asked, or avoiding answering altogether. Michael shot and killed her out of shock, as she walked in on him fatally shooting Ana Lucia. (more...)

Week 38, 2009

Oceanicbreakoutside

Oceanic Flight 815 was a flight from Sydney, Australia, to Los Angeles, California. On September 22, 2004, the aircraft crashed on a mysterious Island, killing many of the passengers and leaving groups of survivors stranded across the Island. Desmond Hume was later discovered to have been at fault for crashing the plane, due to allowing an electromagnetic incident to occur at the Swan station. Of the crash's survivors, nine eventually escaped the Island, though all but two of these survivors would eventually return. (More...)

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Week 34, 2009

River1x24

"Exodus, Part 2" is the twenty-fourth episode and 2-hour finale of Season 1 of Lost and comprises the 24th and 25th produced hours of the show overall. As with the previous episode, flashbacks show numerous characters in Sydney before they board their doomed flight. With the dynamite retrieved from the Black Rock, the survivors face the task of bringing the volatile substance back across the Island to the Hatch. Meanwhile, Charlie and Sayid set off to rescue Aaron after Danielle kidnaps the child from Claire. This episode ends with two very big cliffhangers: Walt is abducted from the raft by the Others, and the survivors blow open the Hatch with the dynamite. (more...)

Week 33, 2009

River1x24

"Exodus, Part 2" is the twenty-fourth episode and 2-hour finale of Season 1 of Lost and comprises the 24th and 25th produced hours of the show overall. As with the previous episode, flashbacks show numerous characters in Sydney before they board their doomed flight. With the dynamite retrieved from the Black Rock, the survivors face the task of bringing the volatile substance back across the Island to the Hatch. Meanwhile, Charlie and Sayid set off to rescue Aaron after Danielle kidnaps the child from Claire. This episode ends with two very big cliffhangers: Walt is abducted from the raft by the Others, and the survivors blow open the Hatch with the dynamite. (more...)

Week 32, 2009

KelvinHAZMAT

"Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1" is the twenty-third episode and 2-hour season finale of Season 2 of Lost, and comprises the 48th and 49th produced hours of the show overall. Events come to a head as Michael leads his friends across the Island to confront the Others. Meanwhile, Desmond returns to the Island on a sailboat, and he and Locke make a decision to see what happens if the countdown in the Swan goes beyond zero. In flashbacks, we get to see how Desmond came to the Island while on a race around the world. On the Island in flashbacks, Kelvin Inman deceives Desmond into pushing the button, and Desmond attains hope after Locke pounds on the Hatch door. (more...)

Week 31, 2009

KelvinHAZMAT

"Live Together, Die Alone, Part 1" is the twenty-third episode and 2-hour season finale of Season 2 of Lost, and comprises the 48th and 49th produced hours of the show overall. Events come to a head as Michael leads his friends across the Island to confront the Others. Meanwhile, Desmond returns to the Island on a sailboat, and he and Locke make a decision to see what happens if the countdown in the Swan goes beyond zero. In flashbacks, we get to see how Desmond came to the Island while on a race around the world. On the Island in flashbacks, Kelvin Inman deceives Desmond into pushing the button, and Desmond attains hope after Locke pounds on the Hatch door. (more...)

Week 30, 2009

3x20 Whispers

Whispers from an unknown source frequently appear when characters are in peril, when the Others are near, or during other moments of tension. These are not random noises, but rather actual speech, and can be decoded using audio software. See the Whisper transcripts for additional information. The majority of the whispers in the show are heard in the jungle. When they happen, the camera tends to rotate around the characters hearing them as they look around for the source, confused. The whispers are somehow associated with the Others, but the exact source of them is unknown. In "Dead Is Dead," Ben told Danielle to run the other way whenever she heard the whispers. (more...)

Week 29, 2009

Desmond Penelope

Penelope "Penny" Hume, (née Widmore), is the wife of Desmond Hume, the daughter of Charles Widmore, and half-sister of Daniel Faraday. Before he crashed on the Island, Penny was the long time girlfriend of Desmond, however due to Desmond's fear of commitment they stopped seeing each other. After Desmond went missing in 2001, Penny began searching for him hoping he was still alive. Due to a brief interaction with Charlie, she knew there were survivors of the crash of Oceanic Flight 815. Thanks to a phone conversation with Desmond, she was able to track his location to the area near the Island, aboard the Searcher. There, she picked up a lifeboat containing the Oceanic Six, as well as Frank Lapidus and her long-lost love, Desmond. After the rescue of the Oceanic Six, Penelope married Desmond and they had a child together, Charlie. (more...)

Week 28, 2009

5x16 Christian smirk
Dr. Christian Shephard was the son of Ray Shephard, the father of Jack Shephard and Claire Littleton, the husband of Margo Shephard, former lover of Carole Littleton and the grandfather of Aaron Littleton.

Prior to having his license stripped for performing surgery under the influence of alcohol, he was the Chief of Surgery at St. Sebastian Hospital. After being fired, Christian left for Australia with Ana Lucia where he died as a result of an alcohol-induced heart attack. However, following the crash of Oceanic Flight 815, on which his son Jack was transporting his body back to Los Angeles, he began appearing, seemingly alive and well, to Vincent, Jack, Hurley, Claire, Locke, Miles, Michael, Sun, and Frank. (more...)

Week 27, 2009

Statueblank

The Statue of Taweret is a monument on the Island dedicated to the Egyptian goddess of fertility, Taweret. Though its builders are unknown, the statue has stood since at least the nineteenth century, though it was partially demolished before 2004, leaving only the left foot and calf behind. The base of the statue has served as a residence for Jacob as well. The statue was first seen by the survivors of Flight 815 when Sayid, Jin, and Sun sailed around the Island in the Elizabeth, causing Sayid to note the strangeness of the fact that the statue's ruins had only four toes. The statue was later seen briefly by Sawyer's group during the time flashes. In 2008, Jacob's nemesis, in the guise of John Locke, led the Others to the statue's ruins, where he and Ben journeyed inside in order to kill Jacob, a task that they were successful in. (more)...

Week 26, 2009

3x14 BunchOfSurvivors

"Exposé" is the fourteenth episode of Season 3 and the sixty-third produced hour of the series as a whole. It was first broadcast on March 28, 2007. After Nikki seemingly drops dead in front of Hurley and Sawyer, the survivors find Paulo in the same state and investigate their supposed deaths, realizing they don't know much about them. Meanwhile, Charlie admits to Sun that it wasn't the Others who attacked her. In flashbacks, we get to revisit the classic crash scene from "Pilot, Part 1," and also see Nikki and Paulo in many other classic scenes from previous seasons. Leslie Arzt, Shannon Rutherford, and Boone Carlyle return to make appearances in this episode as well. (more...)

Week 25, 2009

5x16 Nemesis

Since at least the 19th century, Jacob has been in a rivalry with a man known only as Jacob's nemesis. While their conflict seems to revolve around the inherent nature of humanity, as shown by one of their conversations, Jacob's nemesis stated a desire to kill Jacob. Many years later, in 2007, he finally succeeded in this goal by taking over the body of the deceased John Locke after the crash of Ajira Flight 316 and integrating himself with the survivors of the flight, eventually resuming his role as leader of the Others and traveling to the Statue of Taweret, where he convinced Benjamin Linus to fatally stab Jacob in the chest. Unknown to him, during the confrontation with Jacob, his ruse was revealed by Ilana's group, who showed the real John Locke's body to Richard Alpert and the Others. (more...)

Week 24, 2009

Iceland 02 1

Hieroglyphs are writing systems that use iconic symbols to communicate messages. Multiple ancient cultures used hieroglyphs, but the most famous variety are Egyptian hieroglyphs. There have been numerous encounters with hieroglyphs throughout Lost. Damon Lindelof indicated in Access: Granted that the symbols are used because "there are many interpretations of hieroglyphics, that's what we were going for." Some of the hieroglyphs, like those on the countdown timer in the Swan station, were created by the DHARMA Initiative. Others, like those on the Temple and the Tunnels, appear to be much older. (more...) <hiero>S29-Z7-U28-G1-Z6-S34-Aa27-P4-O49-N31-N16-M8-G17-D2-A24</hiero>

Week 23, 2009

Dharma-logo

The DHARMA Initiative was an organization that came to the Island in order to conduct research on the many mysterious properties there. Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, DHARMA was founded by Gerald and Karen DeGroot, with funding from Alvar Hanso. On the Island, the Initiative was led by Horace Goodspeed and Stuart Radzinsky. DHARMA built many stations across the Island (and at least one off the Island), many of which were discovered by the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 many years later. After traveling through time, several of the survivors became members of DHARMA, including Sawyer, who became the Island's head of security, as well as Juliet, Miles, and Jin (and later Kate, Jack, and Hurley). DHARMA was often involved in a conflict with the indigenous people of the Island, whom they called the "Hostiles." A truce was formed between the two groups, but was later broken by DHARMA when they began building the Swan in Hostile territory. The conflict eventually escalated until the Hostiles massacred DHARMA in the Purge in 1992. (more)...

Week 22, 2009

JugheadFar

"Jughead" is the name of a bomb left on the Island by the United States Army. At Daniel Faraday's behest, the Others buried the bomb in the Tunnels for twenty years, until it was exhumed by Jack Shephard and Sayid Jarrah in an attempt to destroy the Island and make it so that Oceanic Flight 815 never crashed on the Island. Taking the bomb to the Swan site on the date of the Incident, Jack dropped the bomb's plutonium core into the pit, though it did not detonate until later, when a mortally wounded Juliet found it and detonated it by pounding it with a rock. The effects of this detonation are as of yet unknown. (more)...

Week 21, 2009

5x14 WidmoreHawking

Charles Widmore is a former leader of the Others, a wealthy industrialist and the father of Penelope Widmore and Daniel Faraday. He has a long-running and mysterious rivalry with Benjamin Linus (also a former leader of the Others) over control of the Island. The expedition of the freighter Kahana failed to return the Island to his possession. For unknown reasons, Ben cannot kill Widmore even when given the opportunity. However, Widmore is apparently plotting to kill Ben, a "common interest" he had with Sun-Hwa Kwon until Sun learned that Ben's actions on the Island had not resulted in her husband's death. (more)...

Week 20, 2009

Scenesfromorientationfilm2

The Incident, first mentioned by Dr. Marvin Candle in the Swan Orientation film, was an electromagnetic anomaly that apparently caused a catastrophic event that resulted in the DHARMA Initiative establishing the Swan station's protocol. The Incident occurred on the fourth day following the Oceanic Six's return to the Island in 1977, when a drilling accident at the site of the Swan station unleashed a pocket of electromagnetic energy. The DHARMA Initiative was forced to contain the the energy with high amounts of concrete and constructing The Swan around the pocket, using the protocol to regulate the anomaly. (more)...

Week 19, 2009

Jdavies

Jeremy Davies is the actor who portrayed Daniel Faraday throughout seasons four and five of Lost. Davies was born on October 8, 1969 in Traverse City, Michigan. During his acting career, he appeared in many roles, most notably as Pvt. Upham in the Tom Hanks film Saving Private Ryan. He also appeared in the film Rescue Dawn alongside Francois Chau. In late 2007, Davies responded to the casting call for the character of "Russell," a fake name used during casting in order to prevent the leakage of spoilers. The actual character, Daniel Faraday, made his first appearance in the episode "The Beginning of the End," appearing in a much larger role in the following episode. Davies was confirmed to be a series regular for the show, and appeared in a total of twenty episodes until his character's death in "The Variable." (more)...

Week 18, 2009

Valis

VALIS is a novel by famed science fiction author Philip K. Dick that was featured on Lost. The book made its appearance in episode "Eggtown", when Locke selected it for Ben to read while waiting in captivity. Though Ben complained that he'd already read it, Locke instructed him to read it again, because he "might catch something you missed the second time around." The book, the first in Dick's last trilogy of books, concerns the character Horselover Fat as he attempts to untangle the meaning of gnosticism and God. The book shares many themes with Lost, including the ability to "mentally" travel through time, without the subject's body ever physically leaving, as well as films with subliminal clips and messages. (more)...

Week 17, 2009

5x12 GoodNightFrank

Frank J. Lapidus is an aircraft pilot who was originally scheduled to pilot Oceanic Airlines Flight 815. Frank is one of the few people in the world who believe that the wreckage of Oceanic Flight 815 found at the bottom of the Sunda Trench was staged. Matthew Abaddon described him as a "pretty good pilot", but Frank is also known to have been an alcoholic. Frank was hired to be the lead chopper pilot on the freighter Kahana to ferry the science team to the Island, but after the death of Naomi, he was forced to transport the mercenary team as well. (more)...


Week 16, 2009

Flight316

Ajira Airways Flight 316 was the flight used the Oceanic Six (with the exception of Aaron), as well as Ben, to return to the Island. The flight was chosen by Eloise Hawking, who had determined that the plane would fly right over the Island. Efforts were taken by Hawking and the Oceanic 6 to make sure that the flight was as similar to Oceanic Flight 815 as possible, through the use of proxies. Besides the five members of the Oceanic Six, Benjamin Linus, and the corpse of John Locke, other significant passengers included Caesar, Ilana, and Bram, as well as the pilot Frank Lapidus. Midway through the flight, the plane crashed on the Hydra Island, though Jack, Kate, Hurley, and Sayid were teleported to 1977. The other survivors remained in 2007, and set up a beach camp, of which Caesar assumed leadership. (more)...

Week 15, 2009

Num1

Due to nature of Lost, many fans experience apophenia when attempting to solve the many mysteries of the show. Apophenia is the perception of patterns, or connections, where in fact none exist. The most common form of Lost-related apophenia is due to the numbers, which appear many times throughout the show. Fans have attempted to use random and most likely insignificant appearances of the numbers to mathematically explain the various happenings on the Island. Many other forms of apophenia, such as attempted connections between Mathias and Jack, have appeared around the fan community. (more)...

Week 14, 2009

1x18 rousseau

Danielle Rousseau was a woman of French origin that arrived on the Island with a science team in 1988, 7 months pregnant with her daughter Alex. It was during this time that her team rescued Jin, who, as a result of the Island's move, was traveling through time. After 16 years of living in isolation, she met and eventually joined the Flight 815 survivors. On 27 December 2004, while she, Alex, and Karl were traveling to the Temple, they were ambushed by Keamy and his mercenary team. Both Rousseau and Karl were shot dead. (more)...


Week 13, 2009

Alpertaken

The science team was a group of experts sent to the Island by the Kahana, in order to investigate the Island and to ascertain the location of Benjamin Linus. The team, consisting of Daniel Faraday, Miles Straume, Charlotte Lewis, Frank Lapidus, and Naomi Dorrit, were recruited by Matthew Abaddon, a subordinate of Charles Widmore. Dorrit was the first of the team to arrive on the Island, staying there for several days before being killed by Locke. The rest of the team arrived on the Island the night she died, though they were separated upon arrival. (more)...

Week 12, 2009

CharlotteBleed

Temporal displacement is an illness caused by strenuous time travel that has afflicted several characters on Lost. Desmond Hume was the first seen victim of the illness, having been subjected to time flashes when leaving the Island. Though he was cured by finding a constant, several others, including George Minkowski and Charlotte Lewis, have not been so lucky, and have succumbed to the illness. (more)...

Week 11, 2009

Oceanicbreakoutside

The survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 crashed on the Island on September 22nd, 2004. Out of 324 people on board, there were 72 initial survivors (71 humans and 1 dog) spread across 3 sections. 64 of these survivors have either spoken, or have been seen or referenced in the episodes of the show. Lostpedia has created a comprehensive list of each of these survivors. (more)...

Week 10, 2009

5x01 ArrowFilm

Pierre Chang was a DHARMA Initiative theoretical astrophysicist from Ann Arbor, Michigan who appeared in orientation films for the different stations on the Island. In the films, he used various pseudonyms, including Marvin Candle, Mark Wickmund and Edgar Halliwax. Chang appeared outside of orientation films first in a video produced for Comic Con 2008 and in "Because You Left". It was confirmed that Chang died in the Purge in the Dharma booth video,as a part of the Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project. (more)...

Week 9, 2009

AjiraAirways

Ajira Airways is the fictional airliner that took Jack, Kate, Sayid, Sun, Hurley, and Ben through an event window, which eventually led them to return to the Island. Ajira Airways Flight 316 was the specific flight that took them through the event window, allowing them to go back to the Island. On the Ajira Arways website, Antonio B. MacCutcheon is the author of several posts regarding the Ajira Adventures that the airline offers, including the Australian Walkabout, Polar Adventure, Island Adventures, Swimming With Sharks, and Excavation: Ruins. The Ajira Airways logo appeared briefly twice during a Lost Season 5 promotional music video on the ABC website, which featured future episode clips and the music video to the song "You Found Me" by the band The Fray, and debuted on November 20, 2008. The logo was first scene in the episode "The Little Prince". Sawyer found an Ajira Airways water bottle in one of the longboats at the beach camp. (more...)

Week 8, 2009

Started

Eloise Hawking is a mysterious character who appears to have accurate knowledge of the future and the workings of time. She does not have total foreknowledge of events, however, as she could not see whether Ben and the Oceanic Six would make it back to the Island; mentioning that if they didn't then "God help us all". She appears to have common interests with Ben, working to help him rediscover the island. She is the mother of Daniel Faraday, who has also studied the workings of time. She was described as a "temporal policeman" by Damon Lindelof. (more...)

Week 7, 2009

4x01 AreYouJack

Daniel Faraday is a main character of Lost, first appearing in "The Beginning of the End". He is a physicist and professor who parachuted onto the Island from a helicopter sent by the freighter Kahana. He is distinguished by his absentmindedness, his polite demeanor and his scientific insight into the Island's mysterious properties. Daniel spent his entire adult life studying space-time. He is very tender towards Charlotte and harbors romantic feelings toward her. (more...)

Week 6, 2009

3x17 DesmondIsland

"Catch-22" is the 17th episode of Season 3 and the 64th episode of the series. It was originally broadcast on April 18, 2007. When Desmond has a flash of a stranger arriving on the Island, he recruits Charlie, Hurley and Jin to join him. Meanwhile, Kate seduces Sawyer after witnessing Jack and Juliet together. In flashbacks, Desmond becomes a monk for a short time. This episode has renewed significance for Lost fans as Ms. Hawking appears in a photograph with Brother Campbell, a minor easter egg that many fans may have missed. (more...)

Week 5, 2009

3x17 DesmondIsland

"Catch-22" is the 17th episode of Season 3 and the 64th episode of the series. It was originally broadcast on April 18, 2007. When Desmond has a flash of a stranger arriving on the Island, he recruits Charlie, Hurley and Jin to join him. Meanwhile, Kate seduces Sawyer after witnessing Jack and Juliet together. In flashbacks, Desmond becomes a monk for a short time. This episode has renewed significance for Lost fans as Ms. Hawking appears in a photograph with Brother Campbell, a minor easter egg that many fans may have missed. (more...)

Week 4, 2009

OrchidGreenhouse

The Orchid DHARMA Initiative station is a time travel and botanical research station located on the Island. The Orchid is comprised of three main sections: the greenhouse, the inner sanctum, and the wheel chamber. The greenhouse is part of the facade for the station. The station's true purpose was hidden from other members of the Initiative. The fake purpose of the station was botanical research, and the station's exterior is filled with a myriad of flowers and greenery. Behind the patch of anthuriums on the station's north wall is a secret elevator that descends into the Orchid's inner sanctum. Inside the interior of the station, experiments on time travel were conducted by the Initiative. In the Orchid Orientation video, Pierre Chang demonstrates the properties of the station on a bunny. In "There's No Place Like Home, Part 3", Ben accesses the wheel chamber by placing metal inside of the Vault. The metal causes an explosion which allows Ben to access the frozen wheel through the hold in the Vault. By turning the frozen wheel inside the Orchid, Ben is able to move the Island. (more...)

Week 3, 2009

4x13 AreYouWalt

"There's No Place Like Home, Part 2" is parts two and three of the three-part finale episode of Season 4 of Lost. It is the 83rd episode of the series and was originally broadcast on May 29, 2008. A fierce battle ignites between the mercenary team, led by Keamy, and the Others, led by Richard. The Others defeat the mercenaries, and Locke and Ben return to the Orchid. At the freighter, Michael and Jin try to defuse the C-4 inside of the ship's hold. Michael heroically dies trying to stop the explosives, and is killed after seeing Christian Shephard aboard the ship. Frank leaves the Kahana along with the Oceanic Six via the helicopter, and leave Jin still on board. At the Orchid, Ben turns the frozen wheel, moving the Island, and permanently banishing himself from the Island. (more...)

Week 2, 2009

StagingTankEntrance

"Worth A Thousand Words" is the seventh and finale episode of the video game Lost: Via Domus. Elliott Maslow is captured by the Others and held captive inside of the Hydra aquarium. Elliott talks to Tom about his past, and is set free from his holding cell. Flashbacks reveal that Zoran Savo murdered Lisa Gellhorn, and Elliott took the picture to prove it. Elliott explores the Hydra, and finds Ben and Juliet inside the Advisory Room. Ben says they will let him go home if he brings Jack to the Black Rock. Elliott returns to the beach camp, and convinces Jack to meet him at the Black Rock. Elliott saves Jack and Kate from the Others, and retrieves his compass. Juliet tells Elliott to go to the lagoon and take the Via Domus home. (more...)

Week 1, 2009

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3x22 tom pryce promotional

The beach camp battle was the final deadly fight between the survivors and the Others. The battle was the climax of the tension between the two factions, and saw the Others' numbers decimated. Jack was told by Juliet about the Others plans to raid the camp, so Jack enlisted the help of Rousseau to retrieve dynamite from the Black Rock. Notable characters who died in the battle include Tom and Ryan Pryce. (more...)