Lost (2004–2010)
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Through the Looking Glass 

Jack and the survivors wait for Charlie to turn off The Others' signal-jamming device, not knowing that he has been captured at the Looking Glass station. In addition, Sayid, Jin and Bernard are captured after The Others invade the camp.



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Sayid Jarrah
Jin-Soo Kwon
Sun-Hwa Kwon


Charlie and Desmond try to carry out the plan to knock out the transmission-blocking signal in the Looking Glass station. But Charlie gets captured by two women, named Greta and Bonnie, whom are Others manning the underwater Looking Glass station on Ben's orders. Meanwhile, Jack leads the Flight 815 survivors from the beach to the radio tower several miles inland to try and signal Naomi's freighter which is somewhere off the coast. Elsehwere, John Locke recovers from his wound after being shot and left for dead by Ben, to have a vision of Walt tell him a clue about the people coming for them. Back at the beach, Sayid, Bernard, and Jin await the arrival of a team of Others with an explosive trap. Sawyer and Juliet decides to return to the beach camp to help out Sayid, Bernard, and Jin after they are captured, and Hurley tags along to help. In the future, Jack is back in Los Angeles, living though a meaningless existence as a drunkard and revealed to have somehow escaped from the island. Written by Good2Go

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23 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Greta, one of the women working in the looking glass station, is played by actress Lana Parrilla. Lana Parrilla would later go on to play 'Regina Mills/The Evil Queen' in another ABC fantasy show Once Upon a Time (2011). See more »


During the flashback, after Jack is asked how much he had to drink from a fellow doctor, Jack asks that they get his father down from upstairs, and if Jack is more drunk than his father, he would consent to bring fired. However, as this is shown to take place after their rescue from the island, Jack's father would already be dead. See more »


Kate Austen: It's gonna work! It's happening, we're gonna get off of this island!
Jack Shephard: We'll celebrate when we're home.
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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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Scentless Apprentice
Performed by Nirvana
Album "In Utero" 1993
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Easily, the best season finale of a series, ever.
17 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

Everybody is talking about Lost. At first, I refused to watch it. But when 5 or more friends insisted me to watch, I gave Lost a chance. So far, the best series I had watched was 24, Friends, or The Sopranos. Lost went way beyond that. Every single episode from Lost, is like a mini-movie. The suspense on each, is disconcertingly well-done.

I loved the first season (lots of suspense), I liked the second season (lots of suspense, balanced with action), and on the beginning of the third one, I thought that it wouldn't be as good as the others. I was completely wrong. The finale of the third season, was the best ending I've seen, either on series or motion pictures. When I thought Lost couldn't be more interesting, this unpredictable and genius twist comes.

If you hadn't seen Lost, rent it, borrow it, get it from somewhere. Believe me, you'll be amazed.

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