Jack brings the survivors to the woods, calls the jungle woman Danielle and explodes a tree. He discloses that Juliet will mark three tents, as agreed with Ben, to lure The Others, but inside there will be dynamite instead of pregnant women, ready to blow The Others to hell, in which Sawyer, Jin and Bernard volunteer to stay behind to detonate the explosives. At the Others camp, Ben anticipates the raid to the survivors' camp and Alex asks Carl to set out to warn them. Juliet tells the castaways there is a submersible station called Looking Glass, a former Dharma research station offshore, that jams any radio signal from the island. Desmond has a premonition where Charlie flips a button in the Looking Glass and drowns, and then a helicopter arrives and rescues Claire and her baby Aaron. Charlie decides to sacrifice his life to save Claire and her son by traveling to the Looking Glass. Charlie recalls his best moments of his life by writing it on in a piece of paper: when he swam for ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
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
, 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
Before Charlie gives a hug to Hurley the foot of a crew member and a part of a camera is visible. See more
[Charlie hugs Hurley
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
Dude, it's fine. I don't even want to go on your stupid boat.
Catch up with you later. Just remember I love you, man.
Hugo 'Hurley' Reyes
Yeah, whatever, I love you too.
The producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more
Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra See more