Lost: Season 3, Episode 6

I Do (8 Nov. 2006)

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Kate desperately tries to protect Sawyer from being killed by The Others. But at the same time, The Others plan to use her as a pawn on Jack to get him to perform surgery on Ben.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Claire Littleton (credit only)
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes (credit only)
Jin Kwon (credit only)
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Jack makes a decision regarding Ben's offer by agreeing to perform the life saving surgery he needs. Kate feels helpless when it looks like an angry Pickett is going to make good on his threat to kill Sawyer. Meanwhile, Locke discovers a hidden message from the late Mr. Eko that may guide him through the next steps of his journey to unlocking the secrets of the island. Written by Patstar84

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This episode marks the first mention of Jacob by name. Danny Pickett says "Shepard wasn't even on Jacob's list." See more »


Jack: You needed to be in surgery *yesterday.*
Henry Gale: Alright then. Whatever you need is yours. I'm ready.
Jack: No, I think you misunderstood me. I didn't say I was going to do it, I was just wanted you to understand how you were going to die.
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Kate Damnit RUN!!!
3 December 2008 | by (prejudicemadeplausible.wordpress.com) – See all my reviews

Contrary to what some say "I Do" is not the worst script by the generally brilliant Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. "... And Found" still holds that title, and will probably still hold it when the end of the show comes around. All things considered, that this is the culmination of the thoroughly evil Hydra island mini-season (a couple of later episodes would still include it, "Not in Portland" to shockingly good effect, but the real focus ended with this episode), "I Do" is reasonably successful, even though it is little more than a milking of soap-opera tension.

The Kate flashbacks here are surprisingly watchable when compared to the worst of her generally abysmal flashbacks, even though the attempts at 'emotion' barely qualify as not gag-worthy. When even Darlton (Damon Lindelof+Carlton Cuse for those not geeky enough to know) can't write very well for a character flashback you know there must be something wrong. Kate's alright on the island, and Evangeline Lilly is a fine actor who suffers from a lack of fan appreciation, but her back story is probably the show's biggest mistake. Other than the Hydra island story in general, which as we established earlier is PURE EVIL.

"I Do" is pretty much entirely based on cheap milking of tension and clichéd suspense tactics, but it works fairly well, especially considering how horrible the storyline it's wrapping up is. Kate getting out of her cage and the Sawyer/Kate love scene is really very, very naff but the rest of the island stuff is fun enough, especially Juliet and her interaction with Jack. Also, you just have to love Matthew Fox yelling "KATE DAMNIT RUN!!" Oh, it's just lovely.

With that out of the way the real season 3 would begin a few months later and take us on a far more involving and exciting adventure than this one.

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