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Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide: Desmond seems confused, and drops the whole matter. Though DHARMA initially hid the station, security was lax, and construction required loud drilling and at least one road. Upon exiting the sweat lodge he sees a flash of a polar bear. A one-stop shop for all things video games. I’ve always assumed the energy in the hatch, and the energy at the MIB’s wheel were from the same source. The episode featured the return of previous main cast member Ian Somerhalder. The survivors of a plane crash are forced to work together in order to survive on a seemingly deserted tropical island. As for Mr. Eko, his death in the season 3 episode "The Cost of Living" showed that Eko had come to peace with his life. Going inside, he found Yemi's Bible, left in the confession box, which held a photo of him and Eko as children inside. over and over - but no such luck. People who have done the research claim the statue That all sounds deep, sure, but I'm sure off-screen conflicts with the actors and the fact that Macolm David Kelley (the kid who played Walt) hit puberty were also major factors. Wherever his soul was going, it was prepared for that journey - unlike the other passengers, who still had to come to peace with themselves and their deaths. ("Orientation") Kelvin later described the incident as a leak although he may not have been aware of the particulars of what happened in 1977. Locke is featured in the episode's flashbacks. Still, many fans wondered why Walt, Michael and the "tailie" priest, Mr. Eko, didn't reunite with the other cast members at the purgatory all-faith church in the finale. With Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Naveen Andrews, Emilie de Ravin, Matthew Fox. [7], Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro make their first appearances as Nikki and Paulo in this episode. Other guest stars included Virginia Morris and Chris Mulkey as the commune leaders Jan and Milke, and Dion Donahue as Kim. Now we know the smoke monster was the Man In Black, but some viewers are still confused why Ben was able to "control the monster" in this season 4 episode, but not later in season six. Personally, I can neither confirm or deny the historical relevance of the statue -  if you're curious, you should do the research. Then it panned up to show that this person was living in the hatch … In the season 4 episode "The Shape of Things To Come" Ben Linus witnessed the murder of his daughter Alex at the hands of Charles Widmore's mercenaries. Locke finds Eko's stick covered in blood and Boone tells him "they have him, you don't have much time". [11] They were instead introduced at the end of the episode when Locke makes a speech. "[21], Jensen, Jeff & Snierson, Dan, (February 8, 2007) ", "Lost Thursdays: Season Three, Ep. In the season six episode "The Substitute" Un-Locke takes Sawyer down to "Jacob's cave" on the cliff (where Jack ultimately killed MIB) and in that cave, Sawyer observes that Jacob's list of "candidates" for his replacement - our Losties - have numbers by their names. "Further Instructions" received mixed to positive reviews from television critics. It's the ultimate corruption of Ben Linus - the moment where he goes from being a blind servant of Jacob to serving evil. About Down the Hatch … LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Remember when Lost had African-Americans as part of its "groundbreaking international cast?" The fates of Locke, Eko and Desmond are revealed after the implosion of the hatch, while Hurley returns to the beach camp to tell the tale of what happened when he, Jack, Kate and Sawyer encountered "The Others". Josh Wigler ( @roundhoward) and Mike Bloom ( @AMikeBloomType) take on the most polarizing episode in “Lost” history: “Exposé.”. Created by J.J. Abrams, Jeffrey Lieber, Damon Lindelof. By season three, Lost was beginning to flounder. An estimated 16.31 million Americans watched the episode upon its original broadcast. It first aired on October 18, 2006, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), making it the 52nd episode of the series. In this episode, John Locke (Terry O'Quinn) recovers from the Hatch implosion and rescues Mr. Eko (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) from a polar bear. Go rent Lost season 3 on DVD and see if you can't figure out the polar bear "mystery" when the rest of us did... back in 2006. A few moments later, Amina showed up with her son Daniel and asked where Yemi is. Directed by Stephen Williams. They pause at a large pit in the ground where the hatch imploded. I'm not trying to look much deeper than that. But why would the "rules" of the Island's protectors apply to these two guys? "The Hatch") was now a slightly different version of its former imploded self (see the photos below). And if he did does this mean that the other people in the hatch have powers after the implosion. "[3], Writing for Entertainment Weekly, Christine Fenno believed the episode had "false starts" but still "enjoyed the trippy places the writers took us. Such is what afflicted "Further Instructions." [18] In the 18-49 demographic, Lost received a 6.5/16 ratings share, helping ABC place first for the night when compared to the other major networks. [6] The polar bear was mostly depicted by having stuntman Jonathan Arthur inside a bear suit. [17] Upon its original broadcast on October 18, 2006 in the United States on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC),[6] "Further Instructions" was watched live by an estimated 16.31 million viewers. Bloody Good, "Monday, October 02, 2006 ABC Television Network Press Release – Entertainment – LOST (10/18)", "Ratings: Lost almost dethroned, NBC skids", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Further_Instructions&oldid=997879510, Articles with dead external links from June 2018, Pages containing links to subscription-only content, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 2 January 2021, at 18:03. After the hatch imploded, every thing lookes to be burnt to a crisp, but our belevoded characters are o.k. Lost left plenty of questions unanswered following its series finale in 2010, but an epilogue, "The New Man in Charge," picked up some of the slack. "[15] While disliking the initial scenes with Charlie and Locke, Fenno thought the episode "found its groove" after Locke entered into the trance, and called the final scene between Eddie and Locke the episode's "strongest moment. I've seen LOST twice, just finished my second rewatch. [Check out this video of the unanswered questions of Lost], All the latest gaming news, game reviews and trailers. Upon entering the greenhouse some time later, in which marijuana is grown, Locke finds Mike and Jan in the midst of a frantic preparation to flee. ("F… ... Oh, the part where they teleported out of the hatch. In short: Eko, by finding his faith and coming to peace with himself, had no reason to be in the purgatory world with the others. RELATED: LOST: 5 Relationships Fans Were Behind (& 5 They Rejected) When this episode began with an unidentified person, seemingly in the 1970s, going about his day, viewers were confused. Boone wheels Locke through the airport where he tells him someone is "in serious danger". Now we know that the "alternate timeline" was actually purgatory where the Losties  all met up when they were dead, and the whole "alternate timeline" bit was a red herring. The smoke monster evaluated Eko, who stood resolute about himself, his sins and the faith and redemption he'd ultimately found. I'll give you a hint: Dharma Initiative experiments. Instead what we got was a time travel scenario where that one location, the 70s Swan station, seemed to "overlap" on its present-day self, while leaving the rest of the time stream unaffected (or something like that). The season was released on DVD as a seven disc boxed set under the title of Lost: The Complete Second Season – The Extended Experience on September 5, 2006 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment. "Further Instructions" was written by showrunner Carlton Cuse and supervising producer Elizabeth Sarnoff; Stephen Williams served as the director. Eddie joins the commune, but after six weeks, he asks Locke why he is never allowed to know what is going on in a greenhouse (into which he sees an exceptional amount of fertilizer going). [16] Dominic Monaghan as his character Charlie, says, while trying to figure out who Locke needs to speak to: "Trees? Razzle dazzle! In “Through the Looking Glass,” Jack Shephard puts it all on the line to save the survivors of Oceanic 815. They meet "the others". While continuing back to the camp alone, Hurley finds Desmond naked and lends him a tie-dyed t-shirt. The series follows the survivors of the crash of a commercial passenger jet flying between Sydney and Los Angeles, on a mysterious tropical island somewhere in the South Pacific Ocean. From the minds of J. J. Abrams, Damon Lindelof and Jeffrey Lieber, Lost broke new ground for network television and was characterized by a web of intriguing mysteries spun over the course of 6 seasons. "Further Instructions" is the third episode of the third season of the American science fiction television series Lost. OK, let's think about this: The image appears during the closing credits, after the final appearance of the "LOST… [3] Leading up to the third season's broadcast, ABC attempted to reveal as few details as possible to the public. He struggles to his feet and looks up and is nearly hit on the head by Eko's stick falling from a tree. More is shown about Jack's back-story. Yea I heard they are wonderful conversationalists", a reference to Monaghan's work in The Lord of the Rings, in which he talks to trees. He considers its members his new family. Locke (mutely) apologizes for the day Boone died, and he accepts the apology, however, in a taunting and seemingly sarcastic manner. We can assume it didn’t move through time because the number of days on and off the island since the crash were the same for the Oceanic 6. Ben then reveals to Locke what ultimately became of the Dharma Initiative: The Others threw their bodies into a gruesome mass grave. Richard's words ("I saw them all die") suggest he knew of the Incident's aftermath. The obvious answer is that the bomb propelled the Losties back through time to the present day, where the the Swan station (a.k.a. When told by the ghost of his brother Yemi to "Confess his sins," Eko refused, saying that he had no guilt to confess; in his life, he did what he had to do to survive. In the end though, the outcome is the same: Whatever conduit to the Island's energy source that the Dharma Initiative tapped when they made the Swan station was ultimately exhausted. [12] The deleted scene was included on the third season DVD. As described by Dr. Candle, the protocol was established after the incident - although he did not reveal exactly what happened. [20] Carabott also called it an improvement over the preceding episode, "The Glass Ballerina. The episode was written by showrunner Carlton Cuse and supervising producer Elizabeth Sarnoff and was directed by Stephen Williams. Eddie walks away, stating that Locke will not shoot him because he is "a good man," though Locke insists that he is a hunter, not a farmer. Locke is a member of a commune in Humboldt County, California. In the end, I think the showrunners went for an "It is what it is," approach with the mystical rules governing the Island; they are convenient plot devices that support the story at various points, but don't really hold up when looked at in conjunction with the entire series. So in the end the numbers had to do with fate, and were a nice little numerology motif for the showrunners to play with (and a mathematical mystery for fans to agonize over). I feel the writers overplayed their hand a bit there then. This is the embodiment of "good" we're supposed to root for? THE END. [19], The episode has received mixed to positive reviews from television critics. So if Richard instructed Ben to kill the Dharma members, doesn't that imply that Jacob instructed Richard to do so, much the same way Jacob's "mother" slaughtered the men on the Island when the Man In Black got to close to them? Looking back from the series finale and the "Across The Sea" episode about Jacob's past, I can't help but wonder: did Jacob murder the Dharma Initiative? Desmond mentions Locke's speech and his plan to save Jack Shephard, Kate Austen, and James "Sawyer" Ford. Upon arriving at camp, Hurley informs the camp that Jack and the others have been captured. Who built the statue, why they built it and what did represent are all things you can probably find out with some historical research on ancient cultures. As for the relevance of the statue to the Lost mythos: to me was evidence that the Island had been around for a long, long, time, and that people had been coming to it throughout history. "Destination Lost" aired before the premiere, "Lost: Revelation" aired before the tenth episode and "Lost: Reckoning" aired before the twentieth episode. After Locke and Desmond fail to push the button, it's clear that not pressing the button in time had a consequence. And Lost completely delivered. Kelvin described the electromagneticenergy as continually b… Okay, I figured it was "the island' that saved the three from the hatch then. is pretty ghastly when you think about it. Well, Michael we know is stuck on the Island as a "whisper" because he can't move on, due to his killing of Libby and Ana Lucia in season two. Ok... so there's implication of what the Island's "rules" are, but that gets a bit problematic when you think back to season 4 of Lost - which is basically about Charles Widmore sending operatives to the island to do what he cannot (get revenge on Ben Linus). The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. Locke's hallucination takes him to Sydney airport. ♪ He makes his way to the camp. Maybe it's the lack of forward movement, maybe it's the lackluster flashback, maybe because the central plot is rendered moot in just two more episodes...I can't quite say. "Live Together, Die Alone" is the second season finale of the ABC television series Lost, consisting of the 23rd and 24th episodes of the second season. As an explanation, Locke announces to the survivors that he plans to rescue Jack, Kate, and Sawyer, as Desmond indicated to Hurley earlier. Locke finds the polar bear's cave and rescues Eko from the polar bear. Locke laughs and says he will talk to the commune leaders, Mike (Chris Mulkey) and Jan (Virginia Morris). I'm quite happy with "the island" type interventions when it's reasonable, for example Locke's fall, as it wasn't out of the realms of possibility the he could actually survive it. They encounter Hugo "Hurley" Reyes (Jorge Garcia), who tells them that Jack, Kate, and Sawyer were kidnapped by the Others, and that "Henry Gale" is their leader. This is one Lost mystery I don't really need answered. Pretty magic :p. Continue this ... A subreddit for the fans and critics of the show Lost. Mass murder is never a good thing, so the fact that Jacob at least allowed the mass murder of the Dharma Initiative (it's his role as "protector," right?) Desmond says the electromagnetic anomaly may have been destroyed, and Hurley questions why Desmond was not destroyed. The episode was written by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and directed by Jack Bender. If you're asking this question, you weren't really paying attention to the show. For those of you who feel cheated by the finale - did any of these explanations help? However, Hurley responds, "What speech? He had been stranded on the island three years prior to the crash as the result of a shipwreck. But it certainly is a major thread left dangling. In “Exposé,” we finally get the flashback episode we were always waiting for: Nikki and Paulo, fresh from stealing some diamonds, on their way toward being buried alive. The Losties made it back to the present, and there was never two timelines, apparently. One day Locke picks up a young hitchhiker, named Eddie Colburn (Justin Chatwin), who tells him he is leaving home. Ian Somerhalder's return was one piece of information that press releases included. Mr. Eko's (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) stick falls from above nearly hitting him. Walt and his father Michael did make latter season Lost appearances: Locke visited Walt off the Island in the season five episode "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" and Michael appeared to Hurley as a ghost in season six, explaining the whole "whispers on the Island" thing. It seemed aimless, answers weren't being given on a fast enough timeline, and the once-great flashbacks were beginning to grow stale.. The crumbling building is part of a larger legacy that is coming to an end and, even as D-day for the implosion approached, the property was not without controversy. Who built the statue, why they built it and what did represent are all things you can probably find out with some historical research on ancient cultures. It first aired on October 18, 2006, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), making it the 52nd episode of the series. Hurley worries that the Hatch implosion turned Desmond into the Hulk, a Marvel Comics character who turned large and green upon being exposed to Gamma rays. Maybe the implosion opened a portal into another dimension, and the energy just kept draining off into there, from that point on. Ecspecially Desmond. [3][15] The Bible verses seen on Mr. Eko's stick include Romans 6:12, which says "Do not obey the lusts of sin" and John 3:5, which says "Jesus answered, 'I tell you the truth, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit'. It also introduced the characters of Nikki and Paulo (Kiele Sanchez and Rodrigo Santoro), who were added in the wake of some criticism that the series focused too much on the same fifteen survivors. The list of candidates (Sawyer, Jack, Locke, Hugo, Sayid and "Kwon") equate to the numbers 4-8-15-16-23-42 - the numbers that both steered Hurley to the Island in the first place (he went to Australia to find out about them), and served as the code for releasing the Island's tapped energy in The Swan station. This makes sense to the story, as Alex's death is the event that makes Ben turn to the MIB for a favor - a favor which he later repays in season 5 by killing Jacob for the MIB. ", as Locke has yet to give any such speech. The procedure to reset the countdown timer was first described by Dr. Marvin Candle in the Swan Orientation Film. Is it justme or did Desmond read the future. In one of my favorite Lost episodes, "The Man Behind The Curtain", we learn all about Ben Linus' childhood with the Dharma Initiative. The episode ends with the chilling revelation that Ben - conspiring with Richard - betrays "his people" in the initiative and mass murders them using nerve gas - including his own father. Eddie says that Locke was chosen because his psych profile said he would be "amenable for coercion". We know that Richard is an emissary of Jacob - that is, Richard does Jacob's bidding. It was disjointed, it was graceless, and it seemed filled with gaping holes and not terribly helpful information. Chris Carabott of IGN wrote that "Further Instructions" was "an entertaining hour of television. Like most time travel narratives, the situation with the hatch raises a ton of logistical questions, such as: Would Desmond still be on the island if the hatch had been destroyed in the past? A shot of Locke's eye, then a shot of the tops of trees in a bamboo grove (like "Pilot, Part 1"). He takes Eddie hunting and holds Eddie at gunpoint. 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