Lost: Season 3, Episode 13

The Man from Tallahassee (21 Mar. 2007)

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Jack tells Kate that he has made a deal with The Others and is leaving via submarine tomorrow. But Locke blows up the submarine before Jack can leave, after having a long conversation with Ben about the island's powers.

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Kate and Sayid are captured in the 'Others' village while trying to rescue Jack, but John Locke escapes and finds the recovering Ben trapped on his bed. John asks Alex to bring Sayid's backpack with the explosives, and then he goes to the submarine to destroy it. Meanwhile, John recalls how he became paraplegic after having another encounter with his con-artist father, Anthony Cooper, who John tried to thwart his latest con victim, and Mr. Cooper attempted to kill him. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Alex is holding a hamster in her portrait that hangs in Ben's home. At one point Ben claims that the electricity came from Hamsters on treadmills. See more »

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When Alex returns from retrieving Sayid's bag for Locke, the clock on the wall reads 1:40. There is a brief shot of Locke as Alex hands him the bag, and then it returns to Alex's shot and the clock now reads 4:20. It took her around three hours to pass over a bag. See more »

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Ben Linus: You've been on this island for 80 days, I've lived here my entire life. What makes you think you know this island better than I do?
John Locke: Because you're in the wheelchair, and I'm not.
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Machiavellian Manipulation
22 March 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Kate and Sayid are captured while trying to rescue Jack, but John Locke escapes and finds Ben Linus trapped on his bed. John asks Alex to bring Sayid's backpack with the explosives, and then he goes to the submarine to destroy it. Meanwhile John recalls how he became paraplegic.

"The Man From Tallahassee" is a great episode centered in John Locke, disclosing how he ended in a wheelchair and his innermost fears and feelings. On the other side, the personality and Machiavellian character of Ben Linus reveal his unusual intelligence and power of manipulating people. Ben's attitude, strategies and actions recalled me the contents of the books "The Prince" and "Art of War", using the adverse situation to overcome and defeat his opponents. The last scene increases the mystery of the island and leaves us, fans of this magnificent series, anxiously expecting for the next episode. My vote is nine.

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Note: On 10 April 2013, I saw this episode again on DVD.


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