Juliet is left behind by The Others and handcuffed to Kate in the woods, and Locke joins them as the Others leave their village to another unknown location. Kate recalls her trip to Iowa, when she saves Cassie from the police and in return she helped Kate to meet her estranged mother. Later she reveals to Kate that she is pregnant, but Cassie never told Kate that Sawyer was her boyfriend or father of her baby. Juliet and Kate escape from the black smoke monster and returned to the empty village to meet Jack and Sayid. Meanwhile, Hurley deceives Sawyer, telling him that the survivors would vote to banish him from the camp, and Sawyer tries to change his selfish behavior, being nice, gentle and cooperative with the group hoping to stay with them.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
'The Others' have very similar taste in games to one Mr. John Locke. You can see the game 'Mouse Trap' in the game room. Mouse Trap was of extreme symbolic importance in the episode Lost: Deus Ex Machina
(2005) in which John's description of the game to a young lad turned out to be a dissertation on the fraud that was about to befall him at the hands of his father, Anthony Cooper. See more
The black smoke monster (or island monster) tries to get at Kate and Juliet but is unable to do so, during their second encounter where they stand behind the sonic fence that kills everyone who crosses it. However, John, Sayid, Kate and Danielle are all able to climb over the fence unharmed. The monster, being a flying creature, should therefore be able to do the same thing as well, move over it. However, this assumes that the monster fly as high as it wishes. The precise capabilities of the monster are unknown, and in fact the monster is never shown flying more than a few feet above the ground, well within the area of effect of the sonic fence. See more
Of course he wanted me to come back, why wouldn't he want me to come back for him?
Because you broke his heart Kate. There are cameras on the cages were you were being kept. He saw you.
The producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more
Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony See more