In order to avoid being killed, Ben promises to offer proof to Sun that Jin is still alive. On the island, Jin meets up with the survivors as Locke reaches The Orchid and fulfills his mission.

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When he is confronted by a vengeful Sun, Ben promises to offer her proof that Jin is alive and on the island in exchange for her not to kill him, while Kate is angry at Jack for trying to persuade her to return to the island. Back on the island, Jin teams up with the young pregnant Danielle Rouseau and her team in 1988 where they have an encounter with the "black smoke" monster, while Locke, Charlotte, Faraday, Miles, Juliet, and Sawyer later meet up with Jin where Locke tries to lead them to the Dharma Orchid station where he hopes to turn the underground wheel to move the island in the hopes of stopping the time jumps they are going through while Charlotte's physical condition worsens with each time jump. Written by matt-282

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During Charlotte's ramblings after she collapses in the jungle, she mentions the band Geronimo Jackson - the same band whose album Hurley found when they first got into the Hatch in Season 2, and whose t-shirt Eddie was wearing during one of Locke's flashbacks in Season 3 (ep 13). See more »

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Christian Shephard: I believe in you, John. You can do this.
John Locke: Richard said I was going to die.
Christian Shephard: I suppose that's... that's why they called it, "sacrifice".
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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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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Yes
13 February 2009 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Like in season four, also here in season 5 episode 5 is my favourite (until now). I really liked this one. It had everything a LOST episode needs, and what were some people arguing was missing in the last episode.

I don't want to tell anything of what is happening here, because I don't want anybody to read spoilers. You have to see it. In my opinion one of the best episodes of LOST. So all I can say is "YES".

I will have a really hard time waiting for the next episode next week (okay it will not be that hard, because I started watching again LOST from season one)

10/10


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