Jake and Kate find an exhausted Michael in the jungle and bring him back to the hatch for dehydration and medical treatment. Henry tries to kill Ana Lucia, but she is saved by John Locke in the last moment. Ana Lucia tries to convince Sawyer to give a weapon to her for killing Henry, and she has sex with him. She recalls her troubled relationship with her mother leading to the end of her career in the L.A. police force and her short connection with Jake's father Dr. Christian Shephard, who took her to Australia for his own agenda. Meanwhile, Hurley invites Libby for a picnic in a secret spot. When Ana Lucia is unable to shoot Henry, Michael offers himself for the assignment... but instead executes her in a stunning betrayal.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
When Ana-Lucia meets with her mother on the roof of the LAPD motor-pool near the beginning of the episode, the numbers on the roofs of the patrol cars are 04, 08, 15, 16, 23, and 42. (The number on the roof of Ana-Lucia's car is difficult to read, but looks like F8). See more
The character of Ana-Lucia Cortez is supposed to be in Sydney, Australia, in a flashback sequence, where cars are driven on the left side of the road, therefore the driver's seat is in the right hand side of the automobile. Since the show is filmed in its entirety in Hawaii, the scenes involving her driving a car on its right side, the film was simply reversed. This is obvious in close-ups of the interior of the car, when a mole is on Rodriguez's left cheek. The next scene, out of the flashback and in the underground shelter, the mole is on her right cheek, where it is on the actress. See more
Michael. Michael. What's wrong with him? Michael. Michael? Michael.
Jack? Where are you going?
Maybe they just let him go.
Let him go - he's alone! They didn't just push him out into the jungle, Jack. He's alone!
Okay. Let's go.
References Midnight Cowboy
Walkin' After Midnight
Written by Alan Block
and Donn Hecht
Performed by Patsy Cline
Album "Patsy Cline" 1957 See more