Lost: Season 2, Episode 9

What Kate Did (30 Nov. 2005)

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Kate's original crime that started her life on the run is revealed. Meanwhile, the survivors lay one of their own to rest, Kate sleeplessly watches over a feverish Sawyer, and Mr. Eko has a surprise for Locke regarding the hatch.

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As dawn ushers in another day on the island we see Jin and Sun sharing an intimate moment that is long overdue. Meanwhile, Kate is up in a tree picking fruit from the tall branches. As she slides back down the trunk, she slips, almost falling and spilling several mangoes to the jungle floor. As she crouches to collect them, she hears something behind her and turns to see a magnificent black horse standing in the morning mist. In a flashback, a young Kate waits on the stairs of her modest house when a pickup truck swerves down the dirt road and stops in front we get our first look at her stepfather and her mother's choice for a father: Wayne. He's happy to let Kate help him to bed, as long as it affords him another chance to lay his drunken hands on her. So when Kate tells him goodnight, she really means it. We see her go outside and ride off on her motorcycle as the house behind her explodes into a giant fireball. In the hatch, Sawyer is still delirious with fever as a result of his ... Written by MCane

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When Kate visits her father in the Army recruiting office, you can briefly see Sayid on the television in the background. See more »

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(at around 2 mins) When Kate and Sawyer see the horse, there are several frames of what appears to be a trainer's hand, getting the horse's attention with a black glove on. See more »

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John Locke: [watching the extra film footage] Here it comes.
Dr. Marvin Candle: And do not attempt to use the computer for anything else other than the entry of the code. This is its only function. The isolation that tends to be associated with Station Three may tempt you to try and utilize the computer for communication with the outside world. This is strictly forbidden. Attepting to use the computer in this manner will compromise the integrity of the project and worse... It could lead to another incident. I repeat, do not ...
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Do not Use the Computer for Communication
1 May 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While taking care of a feverish Sawyer, Kate freaks out and recalls her crime trying to protect her mother against her abusive and drunken stepfather. Shannon is buried with the presence of the survivors except Kate, Sawyer and Ana Lucia. John Locke shows the film to Mr. Eko and Michael, and Mr. Eko gives the missing part, which was found in the other side of the island, with the instruction to not use the computer for communication.

In this episode, the original crime of Kate is finally disclosed. The advice in the piece of film retrieved by Mr. Eko is the greatest attraction for the next episode, since Michael is using the computer for a mysterious communication with Waltz. My vote is eight.

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Note: On 29 March 2013, I saw this episode again.


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