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EXODUS part 2, Lost Season 1 Episode 24, Best of the iconic TV series
The castaways on the raft are surprised at sea by something unexpected. Meanwhile, remaining islanders attempt to blow open the hatch, and a visitor to the encampment might be a threat to Claire's infant son.
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The finale continues…
We open as Claire is beginning to lose it – new mom style. She's tired, her baby won't stop crying, and nearly everybody has already left the beach to hide in the caves from The Others. Charlie tries to appease her to no avail.
We return to the Black Rock pirate ship in the middle of the jungle. Rousseau takes off; she points them toward the dynamite in the ship's hull and doesn't want to stick around. Jack, Kate and Locke go inside. Based on the skeletons and equipment, Locke assesses that this was a slave ship heading from Africa to mines.
Arzt and Hurley give us Tweedle-Dee Tweedle-Dum comic relief outside the ship. Arzt, a high school teacher, says he knows a 'clique' when he sees one. He thinks Hurley and the others stick together and ignore the 40 other castaways. It's a great inside joke for the writers to address the fact that we have over 40 survivors, but only focus on about 10 of them.
He also comments that everybody but Hurley has lost weight. Ouch.
As Jack and Locke carry the box of explosives into the open, Arzt freaks out – makes them set it down gently and back away. He explains that, in this jungle heat, dynamite sweats nitro glycerin. You must be extremely careful; even a loud sound can set it off. As he continues his lesson – BAM!!! – the dynamite in his hand explodes, and Arzt-pieces rain down on the group.
Flashback: The airport guards release Sayid, who was held because of what Shannon told them. We follow Jin into the bathroom, where an American man speaks perfect Korean to him. He also works for Mr. Paik – Sun's father – and they know Jin is planning on running away. He strongly suggests changing his plans. 'You are not free,' he threatens.
In a nice visual contrast, we now see Jin on the raft, 15 miles out, free as a man can get.
Hurley tells Kate he thinks Arzt died because of his bad luck. Jack and Locke carefully wrap six sticks of dynamite in wet clothes. It's very tense. But it's the only way they'll ever crack the hatch open.
Rousseau arrives at the beach, screaming for Sayid. She asks to hold Claire's baby; she's insistent, forceful. Claire sees scratches on the French woman's arm and remembers that she did it. Rousseau was the one who tried to steal Claire's baby, back when Claire thought she was having terrible nightmares.
Charlie finds Sayid. They hear Sun screaming and find Claire on the ground with a bloody head. The baby and Rousseau are gone. Sayid knows where she's going.
Kate insists on carrying the dynamite in her backpack. Jack refuses. Locke suggests drawing straws; it's Kate and Locke. They'll divide the stick into 2 packs… in case either one of them goes out like Arzt.
Sayid and Charlie take off toward the black smoke; Sayid believe Rousseau plans to make a trade for her daughter. Claire follows them, hysterical. They insist she cannot come, and Claire makes Charlie promise to 'bring Aaron back.' She's finally named her son!
Flashback: At the airport, Michael calls his mother and tries to pawn Walt off on her. Walt overhears him.
On the raft, Michael shows Walt how to use the rudder to steer. Walt is elated that his father is giving him this responsibility. Until the rudder breaks off. Sawyer jumps in and is able to grab it before it sinks, saving them.
At the caves, Sun asks Shannon if she believes they are being punished on this island. By whom? 'Fate,' Sun thinks.
This short scene is actually of major importance, as it's really the first time the show itself has addressed one of the possibilities about what this island is. Is it some kind of purgatory? A hell where these people must pay for past sins? It would explain the flashbacks…
Charlie and Sayid rest for a moment at the plane where Boone died. Charlie sees the statues filled with heroin and is tempted…
Hurley asks Locke what he thinks is inside the hatch; Hurley is hoping for stack of TV dinners from the 50s and Twinkies. Locke happily admits he thinks 'hope' is inside.
The hikers react to a series of frightening noises. 'Whoever named this place dark territory…genius,' quips Hurley.
TO BE CONTINUED…