Lost: Season 1, Episode 10

Raised by Another (1 Dec. 2004)

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Claire has a horribly realistic nightmare about her baby being harmed, while flashbacks reveal her troubled past.



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Claire begins to have reoccurring nightmares which one night result in her turning up with bloody hands, which leads Charlie to find out what is really going on. However, Jack isn't sure that anything really happened. Meanwhile, Hurley finds the flight manifest and discovers something shocking about a certain passenger. Written by Patience_Is_A_Virtue

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Marita Grabiak insisted on Claire's dream sequence being filmed in black and white. She was reportedly very angry when she was turned down, and was never asked to direct again on Lost. See more »


When Hurley goes to get the passenger list from Sawyer, a plane flies by in the background. See more »


Charlie: Is that another one? Okay, we need to time the contractions, that's what you do, time the contractions. Okay.
Charlie: One sugar plum fairy, two sugar plum fairy ...
Claire: Charlie!
Charlie: [panicking] You just need to calm down, alright? Big deep breaths.
[he starts taking really deep breaths]
Charlie: Oh, bloody hell.
Claire: Charlie, I need you to get Jack!
Charlie: What?
Claire: I'll be alright...
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The Fate of Claire Littleton
9 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The sleepwalker Claire Littleton is hold by Charlie Pace during a nightmare. In the next night, she claims that she was attacked, but Jack believes she is stressed due to the pregnancy and imagining things. Claire becomes upset with the situation, and while recalling her past, she decides to move to the beach with the company of Charlie. Meanwhile, Hurley Reyes decides to prepare a query to find out who each survivor is. He compares the results with the flight manifest and realizes that the weird Ethan Rom (William Mapother) was not in the flight while Sayid Jarrah returns telling that they are not alone in the island. Jack looks for Claire and Charlie.

"Raised by Another" is a great episode of "Lost". The interesting and mysterious past of the gorgeous Claire is disclosed, and there are good surprises and mysteries along the story. My vote is ten.

Title (Brazil): "Raised by Another"

Note: On 20 March 2013, I saw this episode again.

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