Lost: Season 2, Episode 21

? (10 May 2006)

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Mr. Eko enlists Locke to help find a secret location he believes houses answers to the island's mysteries. Meanwhile, Jack, Sawyer, and Kate struggle to cope with the horrific situation in the hatch following the escape of "Other" Henry Gale, and of the shooting deaths of Ana-Lucia and Libby, unaware that it was Michael who is responsible.

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Locke and Eko set out to find the "?" on the hatch diagram. Mr.Eko-centric Written by Anonymous

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After the scene where Locke and Eko watch the orientation video for the "Pearl" station of the Dharma Initiative, a gag commercial is included in the next actual commercial break. This commercial sings the praises of the Hanzo Corporation, which sharp-eyed viewers would recognize as being the copyright holders from the Dharma Initiative tape. This commercial included a website and a toll-free telephone number at the end (www.sublymonal.com and 1-877-HANSORG, respectively). Viewers who called the phone number were treated to an interactive presentation wherein they could listen to the voice mail messages of senior executives of the Hanzo corporation, and, when the phone call was "hacked" by a mysterious woman called Persephone they could obtain a password. When visiting the website, viewers could play an interactive game which eventually unlocked access to the Hanso Corporation's homepage. If they tried to sign up for the Hanzo newsletter on this site, the site would be "hacked" by Persephone, who would ask for the password from the telephone number. Those with the password were signed up to access "secret" anti-Hanzo news and messages from Persephone. See more »

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When Michael is outside the hatch burning the list (that gave him "The Others") the paper is pink/purple, then in his flashback the paper the gave him is white. See more »

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Disclosing the Meaning of the "?" Symbol
7 July 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While sleeping, Mr. Eko is assigned by his brother Yemi (Adetokumboh McCormack) in a dream to go with John Locke to disclose the meaning of the "?" symbol. With the pretext of chasing Henry, Mr. Eko brings John with him and they find a second hatch called "Pearl" underground the question mark symbol marked on the field, where a video explains that the other hatch is a psychological experiment and people behavior pressing the buttons of the computer every 108 minutes are actually subjects. Meanwhile, Jack unsuccessfully tries to save Libby.

In this episode, John Locke loses his faith in the island when he finds that they have been monitored in the hatch. The disgusting Michael sees the anguishing Libby wishing that she was dead, while Hurley, Jack, Kate and Sawyer are suffering her pain, in a deep emotional contrast. My vote is eight.

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Note: On 01 April 2013, I saw this episode again.


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