Solitary (109)



Season 1
Pilot (1)
Pilot (2)
Tabula Rasa
Walkabout
White Rabbit
House Of The Rising Sun
The Moth
Confidence Man
Solitary
Raised By Another
All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues
Whatever The Case May
Hearts And Minds
Special
Homecoming
Outlaws
... In Translation
Numbers
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
Adrift
Orientation
Everybody Hates Hugo
... And Found
Abandoned
The Other 48 Days
Collision
What Kate Did
The 23rd Psalm
The Hunting Party
Fire & Water
The Long Con
One of Them
Maternity Leave
The Whole Truth
Lockdown
Dave
SOS
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
Exposť


SAWYER: Ow! Easy, Jackass.

JACK: You want it easy, quit moaning. I got to change these bandages.

SAWYER: Yeah, well, try not taking my skin off with them. How'd I score the house call, Dr. Quinn? Trying to ease your conscience?

JACK: My conscience is fine, thanks.

SAWYER: Of course, what have you got to feel guilty about? I mean, you just let that damn Arab torture me. Stood by and watched. Now you figure you'll patch me up and buy you a ticket into heaven? Only reason you're here --

JACK: I'm here because no one else wants anything to do with you.




JACK: I have enough on my plate without having to treat hypochondriacs.

HURLEY: Yeah, well, that's like my point, man. We're all fried. I mean, have you taken a look at everybody out there? Everybody's way tense. Dude, I'm just saying, it'd be sweet if we could have ... I don't know, something to do.

JACK: We're surviving here, Hurley. And that's my main concern is keeping us alive. Things could be worse.

HURLEY: How?!




NADIA: You don't remember me? Am I so different from the little girl in the schoolyard who used to push you in the mud?

SAYID: Nadia.

NADIA: And your mother would tell my mother, "Why must you pick on Little Sayid?" And I'd answer, "Because he ignores me."

SAYID: You had enough attention, with your family's wealth and ... your charm.

NADIA: Such things matter little to children. But then you always were older than your years, weren't you, Sayid?

SAYID: Not old enough to understand that being pushed in the mud was a sign of affection. Now you're a traitor to your country. Tell me what you know about the bombing, Nadia. Tell me, or I swear I will hurt you.

NADIA: Oh, I know, Sayid. This is not my first interrogation by The Republican Guard. This is where they burned me with acid. They pierced my hands with a drill. Would you like to see the soles of my feet? Where they flayed the skin off. These are handiworks of your friends. The people you swear allegiance to.

SAYID: If you were innocent, I'm sorry. But this bombing is a different matter. Nadia...

NADIA: Go on, Sayid. Do your work. I'm not going to tell you anything.

SAYID: Then I'm going to hurt you.

NADIA: I know.




HURLEY: Welcome! ... to the First and ... hopefully, Last ... Island Open.

JACK: What ... ?

HURLEY: It's two holes for now, three par, and no waiting.

JACK: Hurley, you built a golf course?

HURLEY: Rich idiots fly to tropical islands all the time to whack balls around.

MICHAEL: All the stuff we got to deal with, man, this is what you've been wasting your time on?

HURLEY: Dudes, listen. Our lives suck. Everyone's nerves are stretched to the max. I mean, we're lost on an island, running from boars and monsters ... freakin' polar bears!

MICHAEL: Polar bears?

CHARLIE: You didn't hear about the polar bear?

HURLEY: Look, all I'm saying is if we're stuck here, then just surviving's not gonna cut it. We need some kind of relief, you know? We need some way that we can ... you know, have fun. That's right, fun. Or else we're just gonna go crazy waiting for the next bad thing to happen.




SAYID: And how did you come to been on this island, Danielle?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: We were part of a science team.

SAYID: A science team armed with rifles. Was Robert on the team?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: Yes.

SAYID: And Alex -- was he, too?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: Our vessel was three days out of Tahiti when our instruments malfunctioned. It was night. The storm ... the sounds ... the ship slammed into rocks, ran aground, the hull breached beyond repair. So ... we made camp. Dug out this temporary shelter. Temporary. Nearly two months we survived here. Two months before --

SAYID: Your distress signal -- the message I heard -- you said, "It killed them all."

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: We were coming back from the Black Rock. It was them. They were the carriers.

SAYID: Who were the carriers?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: The others.

SAYID: What others? What is the Black Rock? Have you seen other people on this island?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: No. But I hear them. Out there in the jungle. They whisper. You think I'm insane.

SAYID: I think you've been alone for too long.




KATE: So how'd you come up with this?

JACK: Wasn't me. It was all Hurley.

JACK: I've been going crazy trying to make everyone feel safe. I haven't been sleeping because I want everyone to feel safe. He builds a golf course, and everyone feels safe.




MICHAEL: Okay, Jack, it's up to you. Sink this, you get to wear the blazer.

KATE: No pressure.

CHARLIE: Yeah, no pressure.

HURLEY: Five bucks says he sinks it.

CHARLIE: Mate, you betting against me?

HURLEY: Sorry, dude, but you're a duffer like me.

BOONE: Make it ten and you're on.

SULLIVAN: I don't have any cash, but I'll bet my dinner on the Doc.

SAWYER: I got two tubes of sunscreen and a flashlight says he chokes.

KATE: I'll take that action.

BOONE: Yeah. Yeah, me too.

SHANNON: You just bet on Jack, Dumbass.

BOONE: We need the sunscreen, Princess.






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