Lost: Season 5, Episode 17

The Incident: Part 2 (13 May 2009)

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At the site of the Taweret statue remains, Locke assigns Ben a difficult task that involves Jacob's fate.

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Jack and Sawyer fight against each other about the fate of the island and the passengers of the Oceanic Flight 815 but Juliet ends the discussion, changing her mind. In the Swan station, Radzinsky is informed by Phil that a group is heading to the spot with a bomb. There is a shooting between Jack's group and Radzinsky's group with tragic consequences. Meanwhile, Locke, Ben, Sun, Richard and The Others head to the temple to meet Jacob. Locke and Ben enter in the temple and Ben stabs Jacob to death. Ilana reaches Richard and The Others and shows the content of the box her group has been carrying. In flashbacks, Jacob meets Jack after a surgery; Hurley when he is released from the jail; and John Locke after he had been pushed by his father from a building. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Lost, the Most Appropriate Title for a Great Mess
20 April 2013 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Jack and Sawyer fight against each other about the fate of the island and the passengers of the Oceanic Flight 815 but Juliet ends the discussion, changing her mind. In the Swan station, Radzinsky is informed by Phil that a group is heading to the spot with a bomb. There is a shooting between Jack's group and Radzinsky's group with tragic consequences. Meanwhile, Locke, Ben, Sun, Richard and The Others head to the temple to meet Jacob. Locke and Ben enter in the temple and Ben stabs Jacob to death. Ilana reaches Richard and The Others and shows the content of the box her group has been carrying. In flashbacks, Jacob meets Jack after a surgery; Hurley when he is released from the jail; and John Locke after he had been pushed by his father from a building.

"Lost" was among my favorite TV shows until its Fourth Season. Unfortunately, the awful and messy Fifth Season explains how appropriate the title is for the great mess that the writers have written. Sun has a great motivation to return to the island since she would like to find her beloved husband again. The rest did not have any motivation to return to the island. But the worst is Jack wanting to reset the Oceanic Flight 815 and making the suffered lead characters to return to their previous life before the accident: Jack a complete loser; Kate a prisoner; Sawyer a con-man; Sun and Kim estranged to each other; Rose terminal with cancer; Locke crippled; Hurley cursed; Sayid a torturer; and so on. The good thing is that now there is only one last season of "Lost". My vote is five.

Title (Brazil): "Lost - The Incident – Part 2"


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