Born To Run (122)

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

CHARLIE: Platinum.

KATE: Platinum?

CHARLIE: As in platinum record. As in a million units sold. Now, Driveshaft's albums must have spiked when everybody found out that I died in some catastrophic plane disaster. But when I come back... alive... it's going to be insane.

KATE: So you think that raft's going to work?

CHARLIE: Of course it'll work. Look at that thing. That's not a raft. They built a sodding boat. And when they get picked up, the helicopters will come, making us ridiculously and eternally famous. What's the matter? Don't you want to be famous?

LESLIE ARZT: It's been raining every afternoon. That means that we are on the cusp of monsoon season. Monsoon season is bad. Now, the trade winds are blowing north right now. Shipping lanes are north, so north is exactly where you want to be.

MICHAEL: What's that mean?

LESLIE ARZT: That means when the monsoon season hits, the trade winds are going to shift to the south. The raft goes with the wind. Can anyone tell me what is the only piece of land that's south of us?

JACK: Antarctica.

LESLIE ARZT: That's right, Jack -- Antarctica.

MICHAEL: So when do we have to leave?

LESLIE ARZT: Yesterday.

KATE: So obviously you believe him?

MICHAEL: Arzt? I don't know, but I'm not taking any chances.

KATE: You think you'll be ready by tomorrow?

MICHAEL: The man said not a day to waste.

KATE: Supplies all set? You got food, fresh water --

MICHAEL: Look, Kate, no offense, but, uh, I got work to do. Why the sudden interest?

KATE: Because I'm going with you.

SAWYER: Yo, chief. Dumb question here. We're sailing out on the ocean, right?

MICHAEL: You mind?

SAWYER: Sulu over here is packing a suitcase full of salted fish.


SAWYER: We can't catch fish?

SAWYER: What the hell do you think you're doing?

KATE: Sorry?

SAWYER: Don't give me the "aw, golly" eyes. Michael just told me you were jockeying for my spot on the raft.

KATE: I was just asking some questions. He must have misunderstood me.

SAWYER: I know what you're doing.

KATE: Yeah?

SAWYER: Yeah. Just like I know why you wanted that Haliburton case so bad -- the one that belonged to the U.S. marshal who was flying with us? You were his prisoner.

KATE: Let go of me!

SAWYER: The only chance of running's getting on that raft, ain't it? We get picked up by a ship, and they come back to rescue the rest of y'all, gonna be a nice big asterisk next to your name. Don't worry, puddin'. Your secret's safe with me. But just so you know, no way in hell you're getting my spot on that raft.

JACK: How long have you known about this?

LOCKE: Three weeks, give or take.

JACK: Three weeks. You've been out here for three weeks digging this thing up, and you never told me about it?

LOCKE: All due respect, Jack, but since when do I report to you?

JACK: All due respect, John, but you lied.

LOCKE: How long did you have that case full of guns before you decided the rest of us needed to know? You used your best discretion; I used mine.

JACK: So how do we open it?

SAYID: What? You want to open it?

JACK: Yeah.

SAYID: We should bury it. I brought you here to talk him out of this insanity. Anything could be inside.

JACK: Best-case scenario, there's supplies. Worst case, we use it as a shelter.

SAYID: Actually, Jack, I can think of much worse cases than that. You notice anything about this hatch? There's no handle. Could the reason for that be more obvious? Maybe it was never meant to be opened from the outside.

LOCKE: Why would Kate poison Michael?

HURLEY: Well, you know, the whole fugitive thing. He doesn't know. Well, how am I supposed to keep straight who knows what around here? I mean, Steve didn't even know about the polar bear!

LOCKE: What did she do?

JACK: I don't know. Why don't you ask her?

LOCKE: And you didn't think the others should know about this, Jack?

JACK: Discretion, John.

JACK: Looks determined.

SUN: Yes, he is.

JACK: You don't want him to go, do you?

SUN: No.

JACK: Is that why you tried to make him sick? Michael and Jin are working together all the time. It'd be pretty easy for them to get their water bottles mixed up.

SUN: I didn't want him to die out there. I just didn't know what to do. I only used enough to make him... I wasn't trying to hurt him. Are you going to tell the others?

JACK: I don't see any reason why they need to know. But, Sun... he's going. If I were you, I'd... I'd say goodbye.

KATE: You here to say "sorry," Sawyer?

SAWYER: Nah. "Sorry" don't suit me. You cornered me, freckles. Did what I had to.

KATE: I cornered you.

SAWYER: You said if you wanted my spot, you were going to take it. Guess I believed you. Well... that's that. I got some packing to do.

KATE: Why is it so important for you to be on that raft?

SAWYER: Because there ain't anything on this island worth staying for.

SUN: Jack knows. I didn't tell him it was your idea.

KATE: Thanks.

SUN: Why should you be punished? You were only trying to help me. He said he wouldn't tell the others.

KATE: Yeah. Jack's good at keeping secrets.

SUN: When I was a little girl... I believed that once I found the man I loved... I would be happy... forever.

KATE: Yeah. Me too.