Thursday, March 30, 2006

What Happened on Lost?

We were watching films from the Banff Mountain Film Festival last night at CalTech so we missed last night's episode. What happened?


mhelbing said...

Watch it yourself for $1.99.

Anonymous said...

I won't be mean like mhelbing. But I don't have time to write it all either. Here's a recap (no, I didn't write it. Got it from Lost website). And to boot, here's a link to the secrets of the "map" that showed up on the door in the hatch when the power shut off.

Air Date: 03/29/2006
In flashback, we find a happy, content home inspector -- John Locke -- about to propose to Helen, when he learns that his father has died. But it turns out that Cooper is not really dead. He shows up and reveals to Locke that he faked his own death in order to hide from a couple of men he stole $700,000 from in a retirement con. He tells Locke that he's setting up a new identity, but that he's afraid he's being watched. He offers Locke a cut of the money if he will just go to the bank and withdraw it from a safety deposit box for him.

Though Locke refuses to be conned again, he is still swayed by a desire to win his father's love, so he goes through with it. In doing so, he comes face to face with his father's pursuers, who threaten Helen. But Locke lies for his father in order to protect him.

Locke brings the money to his father who waits at a local motel. But Locke refuses his cut. Though he can't bring himself to say it, he didn't do any of this for the money -- he did it for his father's love. But in pursuing that love, he loses the love he already has -- Helen.

Back on the island, Locke is trapped with Henry when the blast doors in the hatch suddenly come down for no apparent reason. While attempting to escape, Locke's legs are crushed underneath the doors and he must put his trust in Henry to push the button and go get help.

Meanwhile, Jack and Kate discover a pallet of food on the island while Ana Lucia, Sayid & Charlie find Henry's balloon. But when they dig up the gravesite of his supposed wife, they find that Henry Gale has been lying to us the whole time? [The person they dug up was not Henry Gale's wife. It wasn't even a woman. It was a Black Henry Gale! Sayid brought back the man's ID as proof that the real Henry Gale was Black!]


chanchow said...

Whoa! Black Henry Gale? Sounds like I missed a good one. Thanks JEM!!!

Octopus Grigori said...

Lost sucks and I am never going to watch it again.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Octopus, why all the hostility toward one of the best shows on TV?