Lost: Season 6, Episode 12

Everybody Loves Hugo (13 Apr. 2010)

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Michael appears to Hurley and gives him a new mission, and Sayid captures Desmond and sends him to Locke. In Los Angeles, Desmond sets up a meeting between Libby and Hurley to further his assignment.



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In the island, Hugo grieves at Libby's grave; out of the blue, Michael appears and advises that many people will die if they go to the other island. Ilana brings four dynamites from the Black Rock, but has an accident and blows up. The group follows Richard through the woods until the Black Rock that is blown up by Hugo. He tells that Jacob is there and asked them to talk to Locke. Richard doe not believe and tells that he will destroy the plane and Ben and Miles follow him. Later, Hugo tells to Jack that he had not seen Jacob and to talk to Locke was his idea. Meanwhile Sayid arrives at Locke's camp and shows Desmond tied up to a tree; John Locke asks why Charles Widmore brought him to the island. While they are walking through the woods, they see a boy and Locke asks Desmond to ignore him. They reach a deep well and Locke throws Desmond into the well. Then Hurley brings his group to meet Locke. In the parallel reality, Hugo is elected The Man of the Year of Los Angeles due to his ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Desmond's order when he's talking to Hugo is number 42 - one of the Hurley's numbers. See more »


Jack Shephard: You asked me to trust you, Hurley. This is me trusting you.
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References Lost: Everybody Hates Hugo (2005) See more »


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Empathic Hurley, inspiring Jack, puzzling incident, captivating Desmond quest but love mumbo jumbo
16 April 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

It's a bird ! It's a plane ! No, it's Hurley ! Everybody Hated Hugo in the fourth episode of season 2 but Lost's comic relief number one character quickly proved himself as a valuable asset. His lack of confidence reminds us that we all have issues but thanks to his friends he managed to become a better man, a greater man. Thanks to his ability he can talk to dead people like Jacob and in season 6 he became the archetype of the antileader. His profile is so refreshing because it dramatically contrasts with Jack and Locke. The first embraced faith in Follow the Leader and we all know what happened to the second. In this installment it was quite inspiring to see how much Jack has changed since Juliet died. I really enjoyed his few scenes with Hugo because they allowed these characters to grow on us even more. Moreover an incident coming from nowhere sliced the island arc once more so following all these leaders is definitely captivating. However the urban arc didn't convince me at all because I don't really dig the whole love mumbo jumbo introduced in Happily Ever After. But as expected the enlightenment of this episode was Desmond. He could only come back and become a recurring character. After Sayid captured him I couldn't help picturing them in a Celebrity Deathmatch episode. Desmond really acted like a happy zombie on the island. That's why I highly anticipated his inevitable encounter with Black Locke, the white dove against the darkness. As for Desmond of the city I was very intrigued by his new quest considering he asked his driver for the passengers list. Its development was even better than I hoped and should really puzzle you. As for the cliffhanger it was just mind blowing !

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