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Exposé 

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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Trivia

Episode director Stephen Williams cast a fictional Stephen Williams as the director of the fictional Exposé. You can see his name on the clap board and on the back of the director's chair. The gentleman in the sleeveless shirt is the phony Williams, the man in the lower right is the real Stephen Williams. See more »

Goofs

In Season 2 Episode 21 (Lost: ?) (about 28 minutes into the program), when the group finds the doors to the Pearl Station, it takes Eko and Locke both to open each of the two doors. When another group returns to the Pearl Station, (in Season 3 Episode 5 Lost: The Cost of Living, 25 minutes into the episode), Sayid and Desmond repeat the process of opening the doors. In this episode, (Season 3 Episode 14, about 24 minutes into the program), we find Paulo has entered the Pearl Station alone to hide the diamonds, he hides as he hears Ben and Juliet enter the station, You hear Ben comment something like "Who left the doors open?" We must assume that when Ben and Juliet left, they closed the doors behind them, leaving Paulo inside. If it took two people to open the doors from the outside, how do we expect one person standing on a ladder in a vertical shaft to open the doors from the inside? See more »

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[Nikki has just collapsed in front of Hurley and Sawyer]
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes: Dude... Nikki's dead.
James 'Sawyer' Ford: Who the hell is Nikki?
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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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Rump Shaker
Written by Aqil Davidson, Anton Lamont Hollins, Teddy Riley, Markell Demont Riley,
David J. Wynn, Etterlene Jordan, El DeBarge (as Eldra DeBarge), Randy DeBarge (as William DeBarge), David Porter, Pharrell Williams (as Pharrell L. Williams)
Performed by Wreckx-N-Effect
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Quite awful instruction...
30 March 2007 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

To be brief: Awful directing - Not really good lines - but actually a very good plot.

I found the plot so good that it actually saved the whole episode. But the episode could have been a 9 or a 10. - But because of the awful directing it's only a 6.

Without spoiling anything - the thing that makes this episode so good is revealed in the end. And it is good. Very good.

The characters are as in a few other episodes - but not as we have seen them the lst few episodes.

For Lost at all - it is brilliant. But you have to see episode 1 and 2 to understand anything at all of episode 3.


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