Lost: Season 2, Episode 22

Three Minutes (17 May 2006)

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Michael's whereabouts during his 13 days in captivity in the "Others" camp are detailed while in the present, he tries to convince Jack to help him mount a search party for his son Walt still being held captive. Meanwhile, Locke struggles with a choice whether or not to abandon the hatch.

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Michael requests Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley to go with him to the camp site of "The Others" to bring Walt back. Meanwhile, his experience and captivity during the last 13 days with "The Others" is disclosed, when he saw Walt and made a deal with their leader "Mr. Friendly", and the matron base camp leader "Ms. Clue" to return to his camp, release Henry, and betray Jack, Kate, Sawyer, and Hurley by leading them to their camp. Now completely insane and desperate to be reunited with his son at any cost, Michael willingly agrees to betray his friends. Michael is welcomed back by the survivors, but Sayid advises Jack that he strongly suspects that Michael is a traitor. After the burial of Ana Lucia and Libby, the survivors see a boat sailing near the beach. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The location of The Other's campsite and hatch is on the windward (southeastern) part of the island of Oahu. This can be discerned by the vegetation, a low scrub grass. See more »

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James "Sawyer" Ford: Who's gonna talk?
Dr. Jack Shephard: What?
James "Sawyer" Ford: At the funeral. Who's gonna talk?
Dr. Jack Shephard: I'm sure Hurley'll wanna say something about Libby.
James "Sawyer" Ford: I never even knew her last name. Ana-Lucia.
Dr. Jack Shephard: It's Cortez.
James "Sawyer" Ford: Cortez. Well there you go.
[silent pause]
James "Sawyer" Ford: I screwed her.
Dr. Jack Shephard: What?
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Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
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I cannot believe that Lost wasted my time once again. This episode was the same as the episode earlier in the season, verbatim. There was not one scene or one line added that was new. How do they reshow an episode from early in the year over again? This was really pathetic in the scheme of the show. I expect a lot more from Lost. They should be ashamed of themselves. This was a damn clip show of the season and they didn't have the balls to hone up to it. They should have left it out and settled for twenty two episodes instead of twenty three. It really is maddening to watch Lost because they tread water (no pun intended) once every five episodes. They always circle the same time line from different points of view and give nothing new to the consumer. They just feed the ABC/ Disney run cash cow that is headed by the regenerated corpse of Walt "The f*ck" Disney. I really love this show but each season could easily be fourteen or fifteen episodes. The excess really takes away from the show.


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