Lost (2004–2010)
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The Package 

Sun and Jin's search for each other is interrupted when Widmore's crew kidnaps Jin, and Locke heads to the other island to bring him back. In Los Angeles, Jin's job for Sun's father is sidetracked when his money is taken at customs.


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In the island, Locke leaves the camp and Charles Widmore's team attacks his group and kidnaps Jin. Meanwhile Sun is planting in her old garden and out of the blue, Locke appears and tells that Jin is on the other side of the island. But Sun does not believe on him and flees from Locke; however she hits her head on a tree and when she awakes, she can only speak Korean. Richard returns with Hurley to the group and he wants to destroy the plane. Locke returns to his camp and sees his group fainted. He awakes Sayid and leans that they had been attacked. Locke goes with Sayid by boat to the other island to bring Jin back since he wants to leave the island. Locke meets Charles Widmore and he says that he does not have Jin with him. Soon Charles asks Zoe to bring a package from the submarine. In the parallel reality, Jin has his US$ 25,000.00 apprehended by customs in Los Angeles. Sun and Jin go to a hotel where they have reservation and Jin explains that he should have delivered the money ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Did You Know?


Aside from the season opener, this is the only Season 6 episode in which all principal actors make an appearance. See more »


When Sayid discovers Jin in the freezer, he reaches for the tape covering Jin's mouth on the right, but the next angle has him tearing it from the left. See more »


Martin Keamy: [to Jin] I'm sorry. Some people just aren't meant to be together.
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References Gojira (1954) See more »


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Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony
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Best Sun-Jin centric of the series!
1 April 2010 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

This week's LOST feels like a great comeback. I am generally disappointed with the flash-sideways storyline, especially Recon because Sawyer's episode usually delivers much more emotions and character developments.

Thanks to the beautiful Giacchino traditional score, when Sun unbutton her shirts (o I know I comment it being a guy) is very satisfying on emotional level for the Sun-Jin relationship. Later when Jin is given a first look on Ji Yeon through the digital camera, this is a beautiful scene without a word. Now these moments are what LOST writers promise us with more about characters. Not those random Charlotte dating.

Many good mirrors and references to previous seasons take place in "The Package" as well, randomly finding Shannon's inhaler is not a nod to nostalgia, while Jack's warm tomato speech to Sun perfectly resembles Locke's early days in directing Boone and Charlie. Lost in ability to speak English storyline also ties up well with Locke in "Further Instructions". We are even being invited to "Room 23" once more if some of us thought the writers forgot about it already.

And maybe it's just me, but I love Mikhail's character since he first pops up in season 3. The "destiny to lose an eye" plot works for me.

The island story is also progressing to a much faster pace than the previous 3 episodes combined. Desmond arriving, Widmore reveals his side against MIB. Many clues in previous seasons are raised again in this episode to show the writers never forget what they have said to us. "The war is coming" dialog, Electromagnetism property, Dharma map, Room 23, and most importantly, Desmond's specialness finally would come to play.

Very good reveals and developments, with superb performances from Yunjin Kim and Daniel Dae Kim. Look forward to "Happily Ever After"!!

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