Claire arrives at the temple and warns the inhabitants that the being inhabiting Locke wants to talk, but Dogen sends Sayid to kill him instead. In Los Angeles, Sayid saves his brother, who is in trouble with a loan shark.

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Sayid asks Dogen why he wanted to kill him and they fight; Dogen banishes Sayid from the temple. Meanwhile Locke and Claire head to the temple and Claire tells Dogen that Locke want to see him outside the temple. Sogen asks Sayid to kill Locke to prove that there is goodness in his soul. Kate returns to the temple and Miles tells her that Claire is prisoner in the temple. Kate tells to Claire that she raised Aaron in Los Angeles. Sayid stabs Locke in the chest but he does not feel anything. Locke asks Sayid to tell Dogen and his people that they have until the sundown to leave the temple. Sayid destroys the only protection of the temple. In the parallel reality, Sayid visits Nadia and her husband Omer, who tells him that he has been pressed by dangerous people from whom he borrowed money. Omer is stabbed and goes on surgery. When Sayid is abducted by the gangster Keamy, he gives the ultimate solution to the situation. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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As Sayid and Nadia are entering the hospital, Jack is seen in the hallway walking toward them. See more »

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Sayid Jarrah: There is a man in the jungle... about a mile south of us by the outer wall. He sent me back here to give you a message. He wants you to know that Jacob is dead. And because he's gone, none of you have to stay here anymore. You're free. The man that I met is leaving the island forever. And those of you who want to go with him, should leave the temple and join him. You have until sundown to decide.
Cindy Chandler: What happens at sundown if we stay?
Sayid Jarrah: You die.
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Catch a Falling Star
Composed by Lee Pockriss and Paul Vance
Recorded in 1957 by Perry Como
Performed by Perry Como
Sings by: Emilie de Ravin and Evangeline Lilly
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Flash sideways ARE important!
4 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Try this on and see if it fits. in 2004, the sideways passengers made it safely home to live their lives as they would have. The begin to meet each other and interact together.

The second group of passengers crashed and spent 6 years on the island in order to do "something" (whatever that is) in 2010.

The first group (I believe) is going to find themselves somehow interacting with each other so much that they ALL end up the series doing the same "something" to the island in THEIR 2010.

Thus, these people were MEANT to do something on the island regardless of the dimension they are in.


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