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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


CHARLIE: Claire, everybody's leaving.

CLAIRE: Yeah, well, I can't go anywhere, all right? I've got the baby, and I'm so tired. I can't carry him. Now he's wet. And there's sand everywhere. I don't have any more nappies.

CHARLIE: Look, why don't you let me help?

CLAIRE: No! Look, nobody ever taught me how to do this.

CHARLIE: Claire, it's gonna be okay.

CLAIRE: Why do people keep telling me that? Are they the ones with a baby?




HURLEY: How exactly does something like this happen?

DANIELLE ROUSSEAU: Are you on the same island as I am?

HURLEY: Well, I guess that explains it.




LESLIE ARZT: You know what? I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm sor-- I'm sorry that I'm not cool enough to be part of your merry little band of adventurers.

HURLEY: What?

LESLIE ARZT: I know clique when I see it. I teach high school, pally. You know, you people think you're the only ones on this island doing anything of value. I got news for you. There were forty other survivors of this plane crash. And we are all people, too.

HURLEY: Oh-kay.




LESLIE ARZT: Do any of you have any idea what happens to dynamite in 90-plus degree heat? Huh? Do you know? Any of you? It sweats nitroglycerin... Dynamite ... is nitroglycerin stabilized by clay. Nitroglycerin... is the most dangerous and unstable explosive known to man.




MICHAEL: How's a place this big never get discovered?

SAWYER: Don't know. But you could build yourself one hell of a beach resort right over there.

MICHAEL: Yeah, you build your resort. I'm happy to say goodbye to this place forever.




JACK: How many do we need to blow the hatch?

LOCKE: Two should take care of the hinge. Three to be safe.

JACK: Safe?




WALT: Those are all the messages everybody wrote.

SAWYER: Sure are.

WALT: They're private.

SAWYER: Yep. I, for one, never knew how much Tracy missed her hubby and two kids back in Fresno. Yet she's sleeping next to good ol' Scott to keep her warm at night.

WALT: That's Steve. Scott's dead.

SAWYER: Whatever. It's a long ride, kazoo. We gotta keep ourselves entertained. Who the hell is Hugo, and how's he got $160 million to leave his mom?

WALT: How would you like it if I read yours?

SAWYER: You can't read mine 'cause I didn't write one.

WALT: Why not?

SAWYER: 'Cause the only letter I ever wrote was to the man I'm gonna kill.

WALT: Why are you gonna kill him?

SAWYER: 'Cause I need to.

WALT: Why?

SAWYER: Because.




SUN: He died bravely.

SHANNON: What?

SUN: Your brother.

SHANNON: Yeah. Thanks.

SUN: Do you think all this ... all we've been through ... do you think we're being punished?

SHANNON: Punished for what?

SUN: Things we did before. The secrets we kept. The lies we told.

SHANNON: Who do you think is punishing us?

SUN: Fate.

CLAIRE: No one's punishing us. There's no such thing as fate.




HURLEY: So, dude, what do you think's inside that hatch thing?

LOCKE: What do you think's inside it?

HURLEY: Stacks of TV dinners from the '50s or something. And TVs ... with cable, some cellphones, clean socks, soap, and Twinkies. You know, for dessert after the TV dinners. Twinkies keep for like eight thousand years, man.

LOCKE: I like Twinkies, too.

HURLEY: Come on, really, what do you think's inside?

LOCKE: Hope. I think hope is inside.




JACK: Look, I need for you to -- I need for you to explain to me what the hell's going on inside your head, John. I need to know why you believe that that thing wasn't gonna --

LOCKE: I believe that I was tested.

JACK: Tested.

LOCKE: Yeah. Tested. I think that's why you and I don't see eye to eye sometimes, Jack. Because you're a man of science.

JACK: Yeah. And what does that make you?

LOCKE: Me? Well, I'm a man of faith. Do you really think all this is an accident? That we, a group of strangers, survived, many of us with just superficial injuries? You think we crashed on this place by coincidence? Especially this place? We were brought here for a purpose, for a reason -- all of us. Each one of us was brought here for a reason.

JACK: Brought here. And who brought us here, John?

LOCKE: The island. The island brought us here. This is no ordinary place. You've seen that. I know you have. The island chose you, too, Jack. It's destiny.

JACK: Did you talk with Boone about destiny, John?

LOCKE: Boone was a sacrifice that the island demanded. What happened to him at that plane was a part of a chain of events that led us here. That led us down a path. That led you and me to this day, to right now.

JACK: Where's that path end, John?

LOCKE: The path ends at the hatch. The hatch, Jack. All of it happened so that we could open the hatch.

JACK: No, no, we're opening the hatch so that we can survive.

LOCKE: Survival is all relative, Jack.

JACK: I don't believe in destiny.

LOCKE: Yes, you do. You just don't know it yet.




SAWYER: Aye-aye. Know what I like about you, Mike? You got the patience of a saint.

MICHAEL: Yeah? Why you say that?

SAWYER: I've seen the way he talks to you. The way he runs around, does whatever the hell he wants. I'd have shown him the back of my hand a long time ago.

MICHAEL: You would, huh?

SAWYER: Hell of a lot cheaper than a shrink.

MICHAEL: Is that what your father did to you? Show you the back of his hand?

SAWYER: My daddy never got a chance to beat me. He shot himself when I was eight.

MICHAEL: That why you want to die, man?

SAWYER: What?

MICHAEL: Since the day you told me you wanted on this raft, I couldn't figure it out. Why does a guy who only cares about himself want to risk his life to save everyone else? Yeah ... way I see it, there's only two choices. You're either a hero, or you want to die.

SAWYER: Well ... I ain't no hero, Mike.




KATE: So, what was that about back there?

JACK: What was what about?

KATE: Putting the dynamite in your pack?

JACK: I made a judgment call.

KATE: We drew straws.

JACK: Sorry, but I'm not gonna let drawing straws make decisions like that for us, Kate.

KATE: You had no right to make that --

JACK: Everybody wants me to be a leader until I make a decision that they don't like. You want to keep second-guessing me, Kate? That's your call. There's something that you need to know. If we survive this, we survive tonight ... we're gonna have a Locke problem.






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