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The Cost of Living 

After Mr. Eko has a vision of his dead brother, he sets out to return to the site of his plane crash.

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Claire Littleton (credit only)
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James 'Sawyer' Ford (credit only)
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A delirious Eko wrestles with demons from his past, while Locke, Sayid, Desmond, and two other castaways, Nikki and Paolo, head back to The Pearl -- one of the Dharma Initiative's island stations -- hoping to find a computer that they can use to locate Jack, Kate and Sawyer. Meanwhile, Jack doesn't know whom to trust when two of "The Others" (Ben and Juliet) seem at odds with one another when Ben wants Jack to perform surgery on him to remove a potentially dangerous tumor whereas Juliet does not want Jack to do it. Written by patstar84

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When Mr. Eko is dead, his eye moves at the moment that John closes it. See more »

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Mr. Eko: I did not ask for the life that I was given, but it was given nonetheless, and with it I did my best.
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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 To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) See more »

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I Wonder
Performed by Brenda Lee
Released 1963
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powerful episode- ps major death spoiler, don't read if don't wanna know
2 November 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

or to be known is the one where Eko dies, and the entire tailies plot line is made redundant,But nonetheless it has its moments. Eko is a very strong character, and his departure is moving. Agbaje carries the story well, and nails his final monologue evoking sympathy for a man who is essentially a murderer. Also well executed was the subplot with Elizebeth Mitchell's wonderfully chilling Juliet, who propositions a sinister deal with Jack. But the main gripe is with the two new characters, Paulo and Nikki, who are not only badly acted but seem to get more screen time every episode. They're bland and annoying please make them go away. But on the whole a memorable episode


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