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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During the flashback scene (approx 9:40 mark) after Randy indicates he wants the TPS reports by NOON, Locke begins punching the electronic paper calculator as Randy walks away. The resulting "ticka-ticka" sound is the same sound the Smoke Monster makes throughout the series. See more »

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Locke speaks on the phone to a woman named Helen, whom he offers to take to his walkabout, but she can't get involved with her clients. She also mentions that they had been speaking for only a few months. Later in the series, we find that Locke was romantically attached to a woman named Helen to whom he proposed. This is an attempt by Locke to re-create his relationship with Helen, who rejected his proposal and left him. See more »

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John Locke: [after he is refused a spot on the walkabout tour due to his paralysis] Hey... Hey don't you walk away from me! You don't know who you're dealing with! Don't ever tell me what I can't do, ever! This is destiny, this is destiny... This is my destiny! I'm supposed to do this, dammit! Don't tell me what I can't do! Don't tell me what I can't do!
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References Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) See more »

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Locke's office job
3 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In Locke's flashback, "Colonel" Locke has received a phone call that seems to indicate some sort of covert act.

He is then interrupted on the phone by his much-younger supervisor.

The super reminds Locke that by noon he must have his TPS reports ready.

This is a nod to the extremely funny "Office Space".

I hope Locke remembers to include a cover sheet ;)

This show seriously rocks.

I completely missed season 1 and am updating myself while season 2 is ongoing.


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