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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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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Ben refers to the man Sayid kills in Moscow as Andropov. This last name is well known to Russian viewers. Yuri Andropov was the Chief of the KGB for 15 years (1967 - 1982) and made KGB the notorious omni-powerful and omnipresent organization. After the death of Leonid Brezhnev, Andropov was the Soviet leader for 15 months and died from diabetes in 1983. See more »

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When Sayid meets Ben in Moscow, the number plate on a car seen behind Ben is wrong. The region code for Moscow should read 77, 99, 177, 197 or 199. Code 156 hasn't been assigned to a region yet. Also a Russian tricolor flag right above the region code is missing. See more »

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Sayid Jarrah: Who is that man?
James 'Sawyer' Ford: He's our you.
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Sayid's Mission
19 April 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Sayid is locked in a jail mistakenly taken as a "Hostile" and remains in silence. The young Ben brings sandwiches for Sayid and asks him to take him to the Hostiles. When Sawyer advises him to tell that he had deserted the opponent group, Sayid does not accept his suggestion and tells that he has discovered that he has a mission in the island. When Ben releases Sayid from the jail, he accomplishes his assignment.

"He's Our You" is another silly and inconsistent episode about Sayid in the island and before taking the doomed flight. Things happen in the past and people do not have recollections in the future and the only way that the writers found to distract the viewers from this flaw is the discussion between Hurley and Miles about this subject. The conclusion is the best that this show can offer, with Sayid killing Ben. My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "He's Our You"


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