House Of The Rising Sun (106)

Season 1
Pilot (1)
Pilot (2)
Tabula Rasa
White Rabbit
House Of The Rising Sun
The Moth
Confidence Man
Raised By Another
All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues
Whatever The Case May
Hearts And Minds
... In Translation
Deux Ex Machina
Do No Arms
The Greater Good
Born To Run
Exodus (1)
Exodus (2)
Exodus (3)

Season 2
Man of Science, Man of Faith
Everybody Hates Hugo
... And Found
The Other 48 Days
What Kate Did
The 23rd Psalm
The Hunting Party
Fire & Water
The Long Con
One of Them
Maternity Leave
The Whole Truth
Two for the Road
Three Minutes
Live Together, Die Alone

Season 3
A Tale of Two Cities
The Glass Ballerina
Further Instructions
Every Man for Himself
The Cost of Living
I Do
Not in Portland
Flashes Before Your Eyes
Stranger in a Strange Land
Tricia Tanaka is Dead
Enter 77
Par Avion
The Man from Tallahassee

KATE: It's not like I'm asking you a personal question.

JACK: It is a personal question.

KATE: You don't have to get all quiet on me. I just want to know.

JACK: Well, you're not gonna know.

KATE: What's the big deal?

JACK: It's not a big deal. It's just something I did. I have my reasons, and I don't want to put it out there.

KATE: It's just that you and your tattoos don't add up.

JACK: Forty-six people need to drink a half gallon a day each. Carrying all this water back and forth is gonna be a real pain in the ass.

KATE: You're starting to make me regret volunteering.

JACK: These caves make too good a shelter just to be used for burial. Adam and Eve, they must have lived here. Their plane crashed, or maybe they were shipwrecked. They probably found this place and knew they could survive here. Unlimited supply of fresh water. Tree canopy keeps the temperature down, shields out the sun. The openings are narrow. Easier for protection against predators. We don't need to bring the water to the people. We need to bring the people to the water. I think we could live here.

WALT: What'd you do to him?

MICHAEL: What did I do to him? You tell me. I've been with you since we crashed. Have you seen me do anything to anyone? What kind of man do you think I am anyway? What did your mother say about me?

WALT: She never talked about you.

MICHAEL: You don't know anything about me then, do you?

WALT: You don't know anything about me.

MICHAEL: I know a lot about you.

WALT: Yeah?


WALT: When's my birthday?

MICHAEL: August 24th. When's mine?

JACK: I was thinking that if we were living at the caves, we could build a damn around that spring so that everybody could have fresh water and we could get the infirmary off the beach. You think it's a bad idea?

KATE: No. No, it makes sense.

JACK: But ... ?

KATE: No "but".

JACK: Good. Because a lot of people are still hoping a rescue boat's gonna show up. They're not thinking about their own safety. We're gonna have a lot of convincing to do.

KATE: "We"? You still haven't convinced me yet.

JACK: If you've got that under control, I'm gonna start talking to people about the caves. Might be able to get a few to go with me before nightfall, start setting up camp.

SAYID: You're serious? Is there a reason you didn't consult us when you decided to form your own civilization?

JACK: I'm only talking about moving into the valley.

SAYID: Well, what happened to "live together, die alone"?

JACK: Digging in together is the only way we're gonna survive.

SAYID: Our best hope of survival is in being spotted by a plane or a ship. And for that, we need to organize everyone to keep that signal fire burning while others scout the island for supplies. Digging in anywhere else is suicide.

KATE: It is the only source of fresh water we've found, Sayid.

JACK: And staying on the beach, in the sun, without water -- that's not suicide?

SUN: I need to talk to you.

MICHAEL: You speak English?

SUN: Yes.

MICHAEL: What -- you speak English? Why didn't you say anything?

SUN: My husband doesn't know.

MICHAEL: Why would you learn English and not tell your husband?

SUN: He has a bad temper. What my husband did to you today -- it was a misunderstanding.

MICHAEL: No, I got it. Loud and clear.

SUN: It was the watch.

MICHAEL: Your husband wanted to murder me for a watch?I found this watch two days ago.

SUN: It belongs to my father. Protecting that watch is a question of honor.

MICHAEL: You call trying to kill me in front of my kid honor?

SUN: You don't know my father.

CHARLIE: Listen to me, you old geek. I'm going in the jungle. A man has ... a right to some privacy.

LOCKE: Just hand it to me. You're gonna run out. My guess is sooner rather than later. Painful detox is inevitable. Give it up now. At least it'll be your choice.

MICHAEL: I know you can't understand a word, and normally I'm not the talking-out-loud type, but since I have a captive audience, I hope for your sake you pay attention. I'm not exactly having the best month of my life. I barely know my son, and now I gotta be his daddy. And then to top it off, I have a deranged Korean guy trying to kill me, and for what?!

Look, I get it.

Right? It's the watch. Mine broke. I found this in the wreckage, and I figured, hey, why let a twenty thousand dollar watch go to waste? Which is ridiculous, since time doesn't matter on a damn island!