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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Richard Alpert (credit only)
Desmond Hume (credit only)
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James 'Sawyer' Ford (credit only)


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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Dogen: I was a business man once. In Osaka. I worked at a bank. I was good at my job. Very successful. And one Friday, I was promoted. My associates took me out to celebrate. I had too much to drink. Every Friday I picked my son up from baseball. He was twelve. The accident was very bad. I survived. But my son... And then, in the hospital, a man came to me. A man I had never met. And he told me that he could save my son's life, but I would have to come here... to this island... where I would have a ...
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Written by Michael Giacchino
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you didn't think this through...
4 March 2010 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

you'd better watch the full season then start mocking... You say it makes no sense showing that "what if" scenario (other dimension)... How do you know? tell me, what is the purpose of these "flashbacks(dimension-swap")? Lost producers will have thought this through so it'll all make sense in the end. Terry o'Quinn being smokey is the best thing they could actually do it makes the whole season 4 way more interesting and like this locke or smokey becomes pretty creepy... another thing is that they didn't do it just to keep o'quinn in the show, its a storytelling need... you'll see;)

trying to understand the whole season in the first 5 episodes and then complain about it... it seems you never actually watched lost.

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