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The Little Prince 

In Los Angeles, Kate tries to find out who is trying to take Aaron away from her. Back on the island, Locke convinces everyone that they have to go to The Orchid.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Desmond Hume (credit only)


Kate discovers that someone knows the secret of Aaron's true parental lineage and she tries to stay one step ahead of the sinister lawyers hounding her. Sun (while assisting Kate) plots to kill Ben whom she blames for the death of Jin. Sayid tries to find out who is targeting him and is wary about trusting Jack and Ben, who plans to break Hurley out of jail. Back on the island, the dramatic shifts through time are placing the lives of the remaining island survivors in extreme peril. Charlotte is sick with a mystery illness forcing Locke, Juliet, Miles, Sawyer, and Faraday to hike to the Orchid Dharma Station to try find a way to offset the time hopping pattern. Elsewhere, Jin is revealed to have survived the freighter explosion, and washes up on the island where he is found... by a young Danielle Rousseau in 1988 who struggles to survive with her shipwrecked companions. Written by matt-282

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Did You Know?


When Sayid questions the killer orderly about who is trying to kill him, the orderly tells him to look in the orderly's pocket. The address on the piece of paper that Sayid pulls out turns out to be Kate's address. Kate's house number is "42", which is part of the mythical island "numbers." See more »


While in the hospital emergency room, the assassin and Sayid each shoot multiple tranquilizer darts from a single-shot pistol without reloading. See more »


[first lines]
Jack Shephard: Hey.
Kate Austen: Oh, you don't have to whisper. When he's out, he's out.
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The Producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more »


Features Lost: Do No Harm (2005) See more »


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Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
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Lost = Science fiction
9 February 2009 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

After 3 and a half seasons of not knowing, this season is a full blown sci-fi show.. and i love it! A lot of people actually don't like the whole time-travelling-thing, but i think it works really well(way better than in heroes.. flamewar!!). i also love that the shows has gone to answering-mode. every episode gives you 4-5 answers to really big mysteries. you can't complain that the biggest mysteries stay unanswered for now.. we still got more than one season ahead.. and after all the episodes are so dense that i can't even think of anything more to put in there. awesome. hopefully we'll see rousseau's backstory through the next weeks! Btw.. loved how the title fooled me to think it was about aaron.

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