Lost: Season 2, Episode 10

The 23rd Psalm (11 Jan. 2006)

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When Claire comments to Mr. Eko about the Virgin Mary statue which belongs to Charlie, he asks to see it, breaks it open, and exposes Charlie's secret to Claire. Mr. Eko makes Charlie show ... See full summary »

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When Claire comments to Mr. Eko about the Virgin Mary statue which belongs to Charlie, he asks to see it, breaks it open, and exposes Charlie's secret to Claire. Mr. Eko makes Charlie show him the place where he found the crashed plane, while his past in Nigeria is presented in flashback. John Locke teaches Michael how to shoot a rifle, and Michael uses the computer to contact someone he believes to be Walt. Claire does not want Charlie to live close to her and her son any longer. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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When Eko returns to his brother's church the first time, he has a quite large silver teardrop-shaped earring in his right ear, when his brother walks outside to greet him, the earring is in his left ear. See more »

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Mr. Eko: Climb that tree and perhaps we'll be able to get your bearings or see the plane.
Charlie: You climb it! What if I don't? You gonna beat me with your Jesus-stick?
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All's Forgiven... Except Charlie
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Written by Michael Giacchino
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The Best episode so far (of all seasons) !!!!
2 June 2007 | by (Cologne, Germany) – See all my reviews

Yes, after watching the final episodes of season 3 now i'm sure, that this is the best episode of lost ever (very very close followed by the final episode of season 3) ! The 23rd palm moment (Mr. Eko praying with Charlie next to him) for his dead brother is one if not the most touching moment in television history. And the soundtrack fits perfectly. The rest of the episode is equally brilliant, telling why young innocent Eko turned into a coldblooded murderer : protecting his younger brother Yemi Eko was forced to kill. Then he became Mr. Eko, a drug dealer and murderer without soul (see memorable quotes). He even isn't scared of smokey and doesn't even bother running away when confrontend with the monster on the island.


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