Lost: Season 5, Episode 10

He's Our You (25 Mar. 2009)

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Sayid is held as a prisoner by the Dharma Initiative, presumed to be a Hostile. However, during his capture, he believes he has discovered the reason why he's back on the island.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Desmond Hume (credit only)
Daniel Faraday (credit only)
Miles Straume (credit only)
John Locke (credit only)


Having been captured by the Dharma Initiative on the island in 1977 after being mistaken for a "hostile", Sayid meets a young Ben Linus who offers to help him escape, while Sawyer and the Dharma members try to interrogate him for information. Sayid flashes back to his days as an assassin for Ben who releases him from his contract, and how Sayid later met the manipulative adult Ben in Dominica who persuaded him persuade him to return to the island, and how Sayid met Ilana, a private investigator/contract killer, who abducted him to return to Australia for his past crimes. Written by matt-282

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In the flashback at the bar, Sayid is drinking McCutcheon's, the same Scotch Charles Widmore had in his office and at his bedside, and that Charlie and Hurley used to get Desmond drunk on the island. See more »


A long curly haired Arab walking around Moscow in leather jacket and a muffler pistol in his pocket - in reality he would be stopped by every single militia patrol for ID check and personal search every 7.5 minutes on average. See more »


Sayid Jarrah: You were right about me.
Young Ben: What?
Sayid Jarrah: I am a killer.
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Excellent - but shows poor gun handling
26 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First, I have to get something said. Lost made a gun handling error. They showed a guard holding a SKS-56 Chinese carbine with a spike bayonet. This was supposed to in 1977. They would be almost impossible to obtain in the USA back then. Except for an odd Viet Nam war trophy I think they would have been illegal to import. Ammunition would also have been difficult to obtain. A USA based group like the Dharma Initiative would have used something far more conventional.

OK, it's not a big deal for most people but for me it was rather surprising. Lost doesn't make mistakes very often. The story line is so wonderfully tight and consistent. It's become my favorite show. I could easily find massive errors with oh Battlestar Galactica, but Lost didn't disappoint.

I won't spoil the episode, except to say that it very, very logically fits. It fits so well and is so natural I am very curious how they will get out of it.

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