While leading the survivors to the radio transmission tower, Jack meets Ben and Alex on their way. Ben invites Jack to talk with him alone in a clearing and tells that Sayid, Jin and Bernard killed seven "The Others", but have been captured. He calls his chief henchman, Tom, in a walkie-talkie and proposes to exchange the lives of the trio per Naomi's radio. He tells that all the castaway would be killed by Naomi's friends, who are not who Jack thinks they are, but Jack does not accept the deal and hears three shots. Jack hits and captures Ben and promises to kill Tom. Meanwhile, the Russian Mikhail breaks into the Looking Glass, shoots Greta and Bonnie following Ben's order, but Desmond shoots Mikhail with a spear gun and saves Charlie. He convinces Bonnie to tell the password, and she tells that it is the tune of Beach Boy's "Good Vibrations". Charlie stops the jamming of the transmission and talks to Penny, who asks their location and tells that she is not offshore in the vessel. ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
As Jack is driving to the funeral, listening to "Scentless Apprentice" by Nirvana
on his stereo, he is reading the obituary of the person whose funeral he is driving to. The obituary is from a paper based on the April 5th LA Times, the same date that Kurt Cobain
committed suicide in 1994. It is possibly the first use of a Nirvana song on television since Courtney Love
sold 25% of the rights to the Nirvana catalog. See more
When Charlie is drowning inside the communication room, he makes the Sign of the Cross just as he is about to die. However, instead of blessing himself with his right hand, he incorrectly uses the left. See more
Mikhail, you need to go down to The Looking Glass and find out what Charlie Pace is doing down there.
You told us The Looking Glass was inoperable, flooded.
I lied. Mikhail, I need you to go, now!
I can be there by dawn. But if Juliet told them about The Looking Glass, what else did she tell them?
The producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more
References First Blood
Written by J.J. Abrams See more