When the survivors run out of food, Locke, Kate, and Michael go out hunting for boar. Michael gets injured, so he and Kate go back. But Locke stays out hunting, and ends up running into the creature living in the jungle.

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Flashback to Locke's life before Flight 815: his job, time in Australia, the crash...and a major secret is revealed. The camp is invaded and Sawyer's scavenging falls under scrutiny. Food runs out and Locke comes up with a solution. Jack organizes the handling of the dead and a memorial service is arranged. Rose has everyone concerned. When Boone and Shannon end up at odds, Shannon enlists Charlie's help just to spite Boone. Shannon strikes up a friendship with Walt. Michael and Kate escape something in the jungle. Written by IMTammyP

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Jack Bender tried to keep blue and green out of the flashbacks to contrast with the beachside scenes. See more »

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In the flashback to Locke's lunch hour at the box company, he names Norman Croucher as having climbed Mount Everest despite being a double amputee. Croucher was a double amputee, but the mountain he climbed was Cho Oyu (still the world's sixth-tallest) and not Everest. See more »

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Jack: Everyone who was in the rear of the plane is dead.
Rose: They're probably thinking the same thing about us.
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References Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) See more »

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A Miracle
2 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The survivors find that they do not have any food and John Locke organizes a peccary hunting with Kate Austen and Michael Dawson. Sayid Jarrah builds some antennas, trying to locate the source of transmission of the distress signal, and Kate offers to install them. Jack decides to burn the bodies since they are attracting wild animals to the survivor's base.

"Walkabout" is a great episode where the past of John Locke is disclosed. The story is very well constructed, there is a miracle in the end, and the characters are becoming very dense. The community of the survivors seems to begin to reduce the intolerance among them and respect each other. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Walkabout"

Note: On 18 March 2013, I saw this episode again.


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