Lost: Season 3, Episode 21

Greatest Hits (16 May 2007)

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Desmond has another vision of Charlie's death, but this time his death ultimately will result in Claire's rescue. Meanwhile, the survivors discover that an attack by the others is even more imminent than originally expected.

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The beach camp is preparing to receive the Others under Jack's leadership. Jack makes contact with Danielle Rousseau to help them fend off a planned assault by the Others. Sawyer, Jin, and Bernard agree to stay behind to ambush the Others with dynamite explosives when the Others arrives that night. However, to make contact with Naomi's freighter, Jack decides to take the rest of the survivors the radio tower far inland in order to send a message to Naomi's boat. Desmond have another flash about Charlie's death. His death is the master key of the plan for their rescue call. Charlie also recalls his five most important events in his life by writing them down as his own 'Greatest Hits'. Written by kromozom3

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Charlie's flashback of him saving a woman from a robbery occurs on the same day as Desmond's time flash in Lost: Flashes Before Your Eyes (2007), as indicated by the circumstances: Charlie playing and singing "Wonderwall" on the street, when it suddenly starts to rain. The main difference is that Desmond does not interfere in Charlie's recollection (since Desmond's flashback was probably an elaborate 'vision', and not an actual experience). See more »

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Near the end of the episode, you see a shot of Charlie's right hand without the weight belt wrapped around it, then a moment later it's back on. See more »

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Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes: I heard, I heard what you're doing. I wanna come with. Everyone, they're all going to the radio tower and, I'm sick of trekking and, you know, explosions. I think I can help you guys out. I'm a really good paddler.
Charlie Pace: You can't go, Hurley.
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes: Why not?
Charlie Pace: Because... you're too big! You won't fit in the boat.
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes: That's uncool, man.
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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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Lost's Greatest Hit
19 May 2007 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I've been watching Lost since day one, and I have to say this episode is easily one of the best yet. Even as good (if not better) the moment in season one when the raft sets off. I'm not an emotional person, but this episode really made my eyes swell, as Charlie is easily one of the most likable and funny character on the island (he is also from my hometown, and lived very near me, which is also pretty cool :P). I loved how the flash backs were arranged as well, it felt very final, and the way it matched what Charlie was writing was genius! I found myself through out the whole episode gripping the edge of my seat, you could have cut the tension with a knife. The appearance of Rose and Bernard was a nice surprise as well, in fact I could go on and on about how awesome I thought this episode was, but you can watch for yourself, although if you have never watched Lost before it might not have the emotional impact, and if you have never watched Lost before, what are you doing?! Go out and buy the DVD! You may have to wait till season 3 to get some answers, but it just makes the revelations all the more satisfying.

Being only one more episode left of season 3, the final episode will really have to be amazing to top this one. Somehow I can see an explosive ending ahead...


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