When Charlie's vividly surreal dreams lead him to believe Claire's baby, Aaron, is in danger, Locke suspects Charlie may be using drugs again. More of Charlie's background story shows his difficult relationship with his heroin addicted brother. Meanwhile, Sawyer encourages Hurley to act on his attraction to Libby.

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Charlie has surreal daydreams with Aaron, and he believes that the baby is in danger. However, Locke believes he is using heroine again. Charlie clumsily advises Claire to baptize Aaron with Mr. Eko, while he recalls his past with his addicted brother. Hurley is attracted by Libby, who seems to correspond his affection and attention. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The first episode of the series to go below a 8 rating on IMDB. See more »

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Eko tells Claire that John's baptism of Jesus cleansed Jesus of his sins. But Christianity (including Eko's Catholicism) holds that Jesus was sinless. He also doesn't dispute Claire's impression that baptism "gets you into heaven". While Catholicism is more strict about baptism being a necessary condition of salvation than Protestantism, Eko gives the impression that it is a *sufficient* condition. But in both Catholicism and Protestantism, repentance of one's sins and faith in Jesus is first necessary, and Eko makes no mention of this. See more »

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Locke: Are you using?
Charlie: What?
Locke: Heroin? Are you using it again?
Charlie: Kate sees a horse. Nothing. Pretty much everyone's seen Walt wandering around the jungle. But when its Charlie, it must be the bloody drugs, right?
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Saving Aaron and Claire
29 May 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Charlie has surreal daydreams with Aaron, and he believes that the baby is in danger. However, Locke believes he is using heroine again. Charlie clumsily advises Claire to baptize Aaron with Mr. Eko, while he recalls his past with his addicted brother. Hurley is attracted by Libby, who seems to correspond his affection and attention.

"Fire + Water" was a quite deceptive episode of "Lost". I felt sorry for Charlie, who is full of good intentions with Claire and her baby, but is absolutely misunderstood. The disappointment of John Locke with him is understandable, but his coward aggression is totally unnecessary. I do not understand why John Locke has not destroyed the heroine he took from Charlie. My vote is seven.

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Note: On 29 March 2013, I saw this episode again.


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