Ashamed with his behavior torturing Sawyer, Sayid Jarrah decides to leave the group of survivors and travel alone through the island, trying to find the source of transmission and map the place. He is arrested and tortured by the French survivor Danielle Rousseau and recalls his beloved Nadia back to his days years earlier in Iraq as part of the interrogation/torturer for the Republican Guard. Meanwhile, Hurley decides to get the survivors spirits up by getting up a golf course in a sunny field. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The note that Sayid is reading from Nadia in the beginning is written in Arabic and translates to: "If you will not see me in this life, see me in the other." It is also interesting to note that although the message is in Arabic, Sayid's name is written in English on the front of the envelope. See more
When Sayid is walking with his Commanding Officer, there are two tanks visible to the right of the building. They are supposed to be Iraqi tanks, but these are actually very rare World War II German Tank-Destroyers, specifically the Ferdinand/Elephant. These tanks were never used in any army after World War II. See more
[Hurley has built a golf course
All the stuff we gotta deal with, man... *this* is what you've been wasting your time on?
Dudes... listen. Our lives suck! Everyone's nerves are stretched to the max! I mean, we're lost on an island, running from boars, and monsters... freakin' polar bears!
You didn't hear about the polar bear?
Carmen Suite No. 1: Intermezzo
Written by Georges Bizet See more