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A Tale of Two Cities 

Jack, Kate and Sawyer are kidnapped by the Others, who reveal themselves as more sophisticated and savvy than anyone guessed.

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Jack, Kate and Sawyer are kidnapped by "The Others" and put in different environments. Kate has a shower, gets a dress and is invited to have breakfast on the beach with the leader Henry Gale (who identifies himself under his real name of Ben Linus); Sawyer is locked in a cage for wild animals and without food or water, being "awarded" when he hits a lever as if he were an animal; and Jack is locked in a sort of aquarium, being interrogated and controlled by his handler and the Others doctor, Juliet, who has a complete report about his life. Meanwhile, Jack recalls his divorce process with Sarah and how his desperation and rapid meltdown affected everyone around him, including his father. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Trivia

This was the first episode that J.J. Abrams was directly involved in since the show's first season. See more »

Goofs

In the opening scene, Juliet is seen putting the Talking Heads CD "Speaking in Tongues" into the CD player, but "Downtown" by Petula Clark is heard instead. See more »

Quotes

Jack: What is that?
Juliet: This, Jack, is your life.
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The producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more »

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References Back to the Future (1985) See more »

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Downtown
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Written by Tony Hatch
Performed by Petula Clark
Released in 1964
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3rd season was worth the wait.
11 October 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The first episode of 3rd season was worth the wait. It was really great to look at the characters after so long. There were not all survivors in the episode but it rather focus on the life style of others. Episode it did not reveal much rather created a few more mysteries to be solved. The characters relation to each other was quite breath taking. The first meeting of Kate and and Sawyer really gave energy to the episode. Jack's story seemed rather boring as it revealed some dirt of his past. The others, who seem to be nice at first actually giving a sign of some sick brutality which they have in sack for Kate and her friends. Overall it seems that 3rd season it gonna be better than the second one. It is gonna be difficult to see so many characters on the show meaning the others. Lets hope the maintain the "hook" in the same way and not stretch the story for another season.


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