Lost: Season 1, Episode 9

Solitary (17 Nov. 2004)

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Sayid's life is in danger after finding the source of the French transmission, while Hurley hatches a ridiculous plan to make life more civilized.

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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

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Danielle tells Sayid that her vessel was 3 days out of Tahiti when a storm broke and they crashed. This would place the island somewhere due east of Australia. See more »

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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 »

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Sullivan: Hey, Doc! Hey! There you are! Somebody said you went this way. Listen, that rash of mine is starting to spread. It's like the size of a grapefr... What are you guys doing? Are you playing *golf*?
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Tortured by the Past
8 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

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 (Mira Furlan) and recalls his beloved Nadia (Andrea Gabriel). Meanwhile, Hurley Reyes builds a golf course and the survivors play golf in a sunny field.

"Solitary" is a reasonable episode of "Lost", where the dark past of torturer of Sayid is disclosed. His adventure with Rousseau and Nadia is not bad, but the golf game is silly. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Solitary"

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


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