Lost: Season 6, Episode 13

The Last Recruit (20 Apr. 2010)

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As the battle between Locke and Widmore commences, Sawyer launches his plan to change allegiances. Back in Los Angeles, fate continues to intervene and bring the original survivors together.

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Jack and Locke talks about the real John Locke in the woods and Claire follows them. Locke tells that he was the one that pretend to be their father. Sawyer tells to Hurley that he intends to use Widmore's submarine to flee from the island. Zoe comes to Locke's camp and asks for Desmond and shows the bellicose power of Widmore. Locke asks Sawyer to bring a boat to attack Widmore and asks Sayid to kill Desmond in the well. Jack, Sun Hurley and Frank leave Locke's group but Claire follows them to meet Sawyer and Kate. Jack decides to leave the boat and stay in the island. When he reaches the island, Locke learns that Sawyer took the boat to go to the other island. Widmore bombs Locke's group. In the parallel reality, Ben goes in the ambulance with Locke to the hospital and they arrive at the same time with Sun and Jin. In LAPD, Sawyer talks to Kate and then Miles calls him to tell about the multiple murders in the restaurant and Sayid is the prime suspect. Desmond meets Claire when she ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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In the elevator, Desmond and Claire are going to the 15th floor - 15 is one of Hurley's numbers. See more »

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When Locke gets up, holding his hand out to Desmond, you can see that he says a few words before the last phrase, i.e. "Something I'd like to show you," but these words are muted. See more »

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Jack Shephard: Get down!
John Locke: Jack, are you alright? Don't worry, it's going to be okay. You're with me now.
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Refreshing heavy format, strong installment, captivating and intense story
21 April 2010 | by (France) – See all my reviews

If you're sometimes bored by the usual featured character episodes then you should definitely dig this installment. Indeed even if Lost's format allows the characters to grow on us I can't help missing some of them when they're not featured enough. But the stories are so captivating that it's more a pro than a con. However The Last Recruit proved that unifying all arcs wasn't a challenge the mind behind the show couldn't handle. From the direction to the writing it was one of the strongest episode. First as expected Jack and Black Locke's encounter was mesmerizing. Second Sawyer's plan developed further and it brought some tension to the story. Third many surprising events made it even more intense. I can't wait for an other Sundown, or Sunrise ! To sum things I really hope the upcoming episodes will have the same heavy format because I don't see the point of focusing on characters anymore. Making their arcs collide makes sense and should definitely lead to some dark sparkles and puzzling moments. Which side of the moon would you choose ?


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