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DO NO HARM - LOST episode 20 season 1
Starring: Naveen Andrews, Matthew Fox, Maggie Grace, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Yunjin Kim, Evangeline Lilly, Daniel Dae Kim, Malcolm David Kelley, Dominic Monaghan, Harold Perrineau, Terry O'Quinn, Harold Perrineau, Ian Somerhalder
Claire goes into labor while a helpless Charlie goes into panic mode. Meanwhile Locke is missing, Jack tends to a wounded survivor and Sayid presents Shannon with a romantic surprise.
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“Do No Harm” proves that LOST is dead serious.
We pick up just after Locke has dropped a dying Boone off with Jack and hit the trail. With Sun as his right-hand woman, Jack goes into crisis mode, trying to stop the bleeding, fixing a collapsed lung, and ordering Kate to ransack Sawyer’s alcohol supplies.
Flashback – ah, this will be yet another Jack episode. Great. Jack gives a pep talk to a friend in a tuxedo, supposedly about getting married. But then – in comes the tailor with the groom’s tux – and hands it to JACK. Wait – Jack’s getting married? What?!
Before we have time to digest, we’re back at the caves, and Jack is promising Boone he will not let him die. But it’s a tall order, and Jack is clearly beginning to crack under the pressure – especially when he realizes the only way to save Boone is to give him a blood transfusion.
In flashback, we meet Jack’s gorgeous wife-to-be (played by Julie Bowen), at the rehearsal dinner. She recounts the story of how she broke her back in a terrible car accident, and how she wasn’t given much hope. But Jack stepped up and fixed her – she toasts, “To my hero, Jack.”
As Kate runs back to the caves with the alcohol, she trips and breaks several bottles. She then hears Claire, going into labor in the middle of the jungle. She calls for help, and Jin responds. Kate sends him with the alcohol to fetch Jack.
Jack tries to find out Boone’s blood type, though the young man is in shock. He orders Charlie to find Shannon and to ask around for blood types. Sun returns with a sea urchin, whose hollow needles will be helpful for the transfusion.
But nobody on the island is a perfect match for Boone. Jack, who has the universal type O negative, steps up to the plate, knowing that his blood could stop Boone’s heart – not to mention, he’s going to have to perform the transfusion on himself.
Jin arrives at the caves, but must get past any awkwardness with his estranged wife so that Sun can translate for him. Jack won’t leave Boone and, instead, gives Charlie specific instructions to relate to Kate. She’s going to have to deliver this baby.
Charlie delivers the message to Kate, who is adamant that she cannot do this alone. Claire is scared, not ready to have the baby. She’s worried that the “Others” did something to her while she was their captive.
Jack realizes the blood he’s been pumping into Boone is only pooling in his crushed leg. Jack is growing delirious from loss of blood and stress, and Sun forces him to stop giving blood.
In flashback, Jack’s Dad finally arrives the night before the wedding, as Jack attempts to write his vows. He admits to his father that he has doubts. His father enlightens Jack, saying that commitment is what makes him tick. His problem is that he can’t “let go.”
Kate coaches Claire through the birth. She pleads with Claire that she must have her full cooperation. This baby belongs to all of the castaways, and they all want the best for this baby.
Boone coughs up blood, but Jack is resigned. He’s going through with the amputation. Sun tries to reason with him – “You can’t save him,” – to Jack’s furious comeback, “Don’t tell me what I can’t do!” He and Michael position Boone under the guillotine.
Flashback: the wedding. Jack admits he didn’t write vows, but gives a heartfelt spur-of-the-moment speech. He tells his new wife that he didn’t fix her; she’s the one who fixed him.
Jack readies the guillotine and steadies himself – 1…2… -- WAIT! Boone cries out. He implores Jack to leave him be. There’s no chance he’ll live through this. He’s letting Jack off the hook. He beseeches Jack, “Let me go.”
Kate delivers Claire’s baby boy, and we get to see the moment Claire becomes a happy mother upon seeing the face of her son.
Boone asks Jack to tell Shannon something, but dies before he can finish his sentence.
The castaways gather on the beach to meet Claire’s son. The joyful community moment is broken as Shannon and Sayid wander up from down the beach. Jack breaks the news to her.
That night, Kate asks Jack if he needs to talk about Boone’s death. But Jack is insistent that Boone didn’t just die; he was murdered. And he sets of to find John Locke.
With only three episodes left until the 2-part finale, the LOST team has really upped the ante. We can no longer assume any castaway is safe; we can no longer trust the visions Locke and the rest see.