Hurley begins to think the island is affecting him in a very strange way, so Libby attempts to offer him support. Hurley also recalls his past in a mental hospital with his friend Dave. Meanwhile, the prisoner calling himself Henry Gale offers new information about the Hatch, which severely shakes Locke's sense of purpose.

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Hurley celebrates victory over his gluttony as he and Libby destroy all that remains of his "stash" of food he saved from the hatch. Sayid and Anna Lucia continue to interrogate "Henry Gale," attempting to learn his true identity. Hurley begins to have hallucinations, seeing a bald man in a bathrobe and slippers walking throughout the jungle. Through a series of flashbacks, we learn this man's name is Dave and he was with Hurley in the mental institution. Hurley begins to relapse into his old ways as Dave leads him back to darker days... Written by Ty Williams

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According to Jorge Garcia, many fans thought at one point that John Locke became a cripple because he was one of the people on the balcony that collapsed under Hurley's weight. See more »

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When Hurley and Libby are kissing on the cliff, the camera quickly changes angles. On the second switch, her bangs suddenly disappear from near their mouths, but before and after it is there. See more »

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Libby: Okay, hey, hey, how about no one's in charge, okay? I'm sure everyone can manage to just take what they need.
Sawyer: Great plan, Moonbeam. And after that we can sing Kumbaya and do 'trust falls.'
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A "Hurley-centric" episode.
21 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love LOST; It is enigmatic, yet familiar. Foreign, yet human. Dramatic & comedic. "One side is light and the other dark."

In flashback, "character-centric" episodes we get a chance to explore further into the mystery that is the particular character. For the episode entitled Dave we learn further about Hugo "Hurley" Reyes. To say this episode is a sequel to any of the previous LOST episodes…. I would think more about the story & not the sequence in which it falls; Dave is not a sequel to Lockdown but a sequel to season one's Hurley-centric Numbers.

Dave answers the questions: "Why was Hurley in a mental institution?" & "Why does Hurley fear change?"

Dave also allows the budding relationship between Hurley & Libby a little air time. It's a good episode for those who are fans of Hurley.


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