Lost: Season 3, Episode 10

Tricia Tanaka Is Dead (28 Feb. 2007)

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Having returned to camp, Sawyer's help is enlisted by Hugo, who has an obsession with retrieving an old VW van found on the island. More events in Hugo's life are also revealed, showing what brought him to be on the doomed flight.

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Kate and Sawyer finally return to the castaways camp. Hurley recalls the day his father left his mother and him in his motorcycle. Than he recalls his curse and his bad lucky, inclusive after winning the lottery, including the day that the reporter Tricia Tanaka died and Mr. Cluck was destroyed by a meteor and when his father returned home. Back in the present, Hurley finds a capsized Kombi VW van in the jungle which used be operated by the Dharma Insiative, and with the support of Sawyer, Jin and Charlie, he tries to fix the car with hope to make it run again. Meanwhile, Kate decides to bring Jack back by convincing Danielle Rousseau to help her. Sayid and Locke follow her and join the team. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Tricia Tanaka works for Channel 8. 8 is one of the mysterious number sequence. See more »

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When Danielle shoots at Kate, John and Sayid in the woods, she fires three shots from a bolt-action rifle in less than one second. This is an impossible feat by even the most highly trained rifleman. See more »

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Kate: We can start again, give each other a clean slate.
Sawyer: [laughs] Slate. Like on 'Little House'?
Kate: What?
Sawyer: 'Little House on the Prairie'. Laura Ingalls used to write on a little chalkboard at school.
Kate: [amused] You call it 'Little House'?
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Having Hope Is Never Stupid
3 March 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Hurley recalls the day his father left his mother and him in his motorcycle. Than he recalls his curse and his bad lucky, inclusive after winning the lottery, including the day that the reporter Tricia Tanaka died and Mr. Cluck was destroyed by a meteor and when his father returned home. While in the island, he finds a capsized Kombi, and with the support of Sawyer, Jin and Charlie, he tries to fix the car with hope. Kate decides to bring Jack back convincing Danielle Rousseau to help her. Sayid and Locke follow her and join the team.

"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead" is a great episode of "Lost" focused in the nice Hurley. After many episodes showing the evilness of "The Others", it was refreshing to see the original survivals back again, with Hurley, Charley, Locke, Sayid, Sawyer and Vincent, the dog, and a great message of hope. My vote is nine.

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Note: On 7 April 2013, I saw this episode again on DVD.


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