Lost: Season 3, Episode 14

Exposé (28 Mar. 2007)

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Nikki and Paulo are two more of the castaways with a past just like any of the others. What have they been doing since the plane crash?

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Nikki comes to the beach where Sawyer and Hurley are playing ping-pong, stumbles, whispers some unintelligible words and apparently dies. Hurley doesn't understand Nikki's words: "Paulo lies..." and the group searches Paulo in the woods. They find him like Nikki and they believe the couple have been poisoned. Meanwhile, the past of the actress Nikki and the Brazilian chef Paulo in Sydney is disclosed, when they poisoned Nikki's lover and stole a fortune in diamonds, and detailing how they landed on the island and about them trying to retrieve the stolen diamonds with both attempting to betray each other showing their interactions with all the other characters, which were only glimpsed in previous episodes. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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For this episode, the characters of Nikki (Kiele Sanchez) and Paolo (Rodrigo Santoro) had to be convincingly incorporated into the plane crash scene featured in the pilot. The editing crew meticulously watched hours of original footage to determine where additional scenes could be placed, which camera angles had not been used before, and which characters could be used for additional shots. The original beach set (still largely intact) was revisited and additional shots with Nikki, Paolo and several original cast members were filmed. In some instances, acting was performed in front of a green-screen to incorporate the actors in existing (unused) footage. The resulting scene is a seamless cut of old, new and altered shots. See more »

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In the beginning of the episode, the Zippo lighter goes from unlit to lit between shots. See more »

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Henry Gale: I can convince him to do it.
Juliet Burke: How?
Henry Gale: The same way I get anybody to do anything: I find out what he's emotionally invested in and I exploit it.
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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 The A-Team (1983) See more »

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Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
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5 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Perhaps the best episode of the season, it reminded me of an old E.C. comic from the 1950s--a single, short, spooky tale, cleverly told and with a terrific twist. Such a show is, for me, very much superior to the continuity based episodes, such as the following week's, which limp along at a languid pace and reveal little. And it was not marred by the tendency to use musical overlay to dramatize situations and to help the viewers empathize with the characters. By contrast, this episode contained superior writing and tight directing and sharp performances. As such, it represents a high-water mark for the series, and a continued revelation of the absence of community within the ostensible community of beach survivors. Plus, little mention of the now-tedious Others.


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