Hurley celebrates victory over his gluttony as he and Libby destroy all that remains of his "stash" of food he saved from the hatch. Sayid and Anna Lucia continue to interrogate "Henry Gale," attempting to learn his true identity. Hurley begins to have hallucinations, seeing a bald man in a bathrobe and slippers walking throughout the jungle. Through a series of flashbacks, we learn this man's name is Dave and he was with Hurley in the mental institution. Hurley begins to relapse into his old ways as Dave leads him back to darker days...
Did You Know?
For the scene where Libby and Hurley stand at the cliff's edge, they were nowhere near it in reality. The cliff edge was added in via bluescreen so that the actors were never in jeopardy. See more
When Libby and Hurley are in the forest with the food Hurley has stolen, he throws ranch dressing all over the place and over his shirt. In the next shot a second later, his shirt is clean before it goes back to dirty again. See more
Okay, hey, hey, how about no one's in charge, okay? I'm sure everyone can manage to just take what they need.
Great plan, Moonbeam. And after that we can sing Kumbaya and do 'trust falls.'
References My Own Private Idaho
Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony See more