Sayid miraculously comes back to life, but his problems have only just begun. Sawyer escapes, and Kate and Jin go after him. Back in Los Angeles, fugitive Kate helps Claire as she goes into labor.

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After Sayid miraculously comes back to live, Jack quarrels with Dogan, the de facto leader of the Others at the fortified Temple compound over Sayid's condition and what is happening. Sawyer escapes from the Temper and Kate and Jin volunteer to track him down. Kate finds Sawyer at the ruins of the Dharma barracks where he is mourning the loss of Juliet, while Jin has a run-in with someone familiar in the jungle. In the alternate Los Angeles 2004, Kate has escaped from the airport and has a run-in with Claire Littleton whom goes into premature labor and Kate decides to help her. Written by matt-282

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As Kate enters the abandoned Dharma house and goes down the hallway, the camera mans shadow is visible. See more »

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Jack Shephard: You speak pretty good English for someone who needs a translator.
Dogen: We both know that I don't need a translator.
Jack Shephard: Then why do you have one?
Dogen: Because I have to remain separate from the people I'm in charge of. It makes it easier when they don't like the decisions I make for them.
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References Midnight Cowboy (1969) See more »

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Weakest in a long time
10 February 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My wife and I both thought this episode disappointed. Weak stories all around, especially in the temple. It seems that the writers are trying to recreate some of the suspense from the early seasons with mysterious and mum characters. I think the behavior of Jack, Sayid, and Hurley was not only out of character but pretty much unbelievable. Kate and Sayer's parts were weak as well. I could give examples of all this, but its not worth the time.

There is so much that is interesting happening in the world of Lost but this episode only contained 10 minutes worth of reasonable content. There's not enough time left in the series to waste it.

PS red-shirts are annoying. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redshirt_%28character%29


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