The mysterious French woman, Danielle Rousseau returns to lead Sayid to a mysterious captive who claims he crashed on the island. Meanwhile, Sawyer recruits Hurley to help him find another island animal that is harassing him: a loud tree frog.

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After Sun's failed kidnapping attempt, some of the survivors begin to think that one of the "other survivors" might not have done it. When French woman Danielle Rousseau leads Sayid to a mysterious captive in the jungle, he becomes determined to find out if he is one of the "Others." Sawyer discovers Hurley's potentially devastating breach of the survivors' trust and blackmails him into helping track an elusive island creature that annoys Sawyer. Written by Anonymous

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"Henry Gale" is the full name of Dorothy's "Uncle Henry" in the book/movie "The Wizard of Oz." See more »

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After Henry Gale is shot with the arrow, it can be seen projecting a good 6 to 8 inches from his chest. Yet, when Sayid carries him over his shoulder his chest is clearly resting flat against Sayids back. Sayid would certainly have been impaled by the exposed arrow. See more »

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Jack: [walks in on Locke and Sayid examining Henry Gale, who Rousseau shot in the arm with an arrow] What the hell is going on here?
Sayid: Rousseau trapped him in the jungle. She believes he's an... Other.
Henry Gale: An other *what*?
Jack: So you shot him with an arrow?
Sayid: Do I have the bow?
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Why does Locke encourage Sayid to torture Henry Gale?
28 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Locke's actions in this episode seem completely out of character. I know he's a survivalist and has hypocritical tendencies, but he also seems to see himself as a sound moral and ethical judge. So why does he support and assist the torture of Henry Gale?

I can only assume that the writers had to make Locke do so because (1) Locke can change the combination of the armoury and seal Sayid and Gale in there, and (2) the first reason sets up the dramatic conclusion where Jack forces Locke to choose between keeping the armoury locked or entering the computer code.

Furthermore, why does Sayid go to Charlie to talk everything over, explaining that everyone else is forgetting how ruthless The Others can be (Charlie hasn't forgotten, because of his experience when Claire was kidnapped). What about discussing it with Locke, who helped Sayid with the torturing; or Jack & Ana Lucia who wanted to train an army to defend everyone against The Others; or Sawyer and Jin who faced The Others on the raft; or Kate who's head The Others put a gun to; or any of the Tailies?


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