The Whole Truth (216)

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

LOCKE: You were running like the devil's chasing you.

ANA: Maybe he is.

LOCKE: Morning, Jack.

JACK: You couldn't wait 'til I was done in here?

LOCKE: The steam opens up my pores. A man's got no shaving cream, he's got to improvise. I also thought this might be a good time to talk about our problem.

JACK: Our problem?

LOCKE: Our Henry problem. We've had him locked up for 3 days now, and I can't help but get the sense that he's just not motivated to cooperate with us.

JACK: And how are we going to motivate him?

LOCKE: I don't think there's anything we can do. I think we need to bring in some new blood.

JACK: Obviously, you have someone in mind.

LOCKE: What do you think about Ana-Lucia?

JACK: Why her?

LOCKE: She's the one you went to to start an army to fight these people -- why not her? Unless you're worried about what she'll do to him.

JACK: I'll talk to her.

LOCKE: I already did. She's in there with him now.

SUN: Sawyer?

SAWYER: Well, hey there, Sunshine, what can I do for you?

SUN: How's your book?

SAWYER: Predictable -- not nearly enough sex.

SUN: I heard that you have all the medical supplies.

SAWYER: You heard correct.

SUN: May I look through them?

SAWYER: No you may not. But if you'll tell me what you're looking for...

SUN: Forget it.

SAWYER: Okay, hold on. Now I'm intrigued. Tell you what, tell me what you're looking for and it's yours, gratis.

SUN: Can't I just look myself?

SAWYER: It's not a drugstore, sweetheart.

SUN: I need a pregnancy test.

JACK: Can't hear anything.

LOCKE: She's only been in there about 30 minutes.

JACK: How do you know he hasn't snapped her neck, John?

LOCKE: How do you know she hasn't snapped his?

ANA: It's to his balloon.

SAYID: How did you get him to do this?

ANA: I asked nicely.

SAYID: Do Jack and Locke know about this?

ANA: Jack and Locke are a little too busy worrying about Locke and Jack.

CHARLIE: You looking at my bum?

ANA: No, I'm looking at your gun.

CHARLIE: My what?

ANA: Maybe you should give the gun to somebody who knows how to use it.

CHARLIE: Maybe I will. As I recall, the last time you had a gun you murdered someone.

KATE: You're pregnant.

SUN: Is it 100 percent sure?

KATE: There's only one way to find out.

JACK: These tests are pretty accurate. You know, a false negative in the first week maybe, but positive is a positive.

SUN: But it's impossible.

JACK: Oh, it's possible. You feeling queasy, lightheaded?

SUN: Please, Jack. This is private, nobody can know.

KATE: You're not going to tell Jin?

SUN: In time I will, it's just -- it's complicated.

JACK: As complicated as Jin being the last one on the island to find out you spoke English? Sun, my advice -- and it's just that because I'm the last person to ask about this, but -- you should tell him. And when you do you should tell him everything -- the whole truth. I'm going to get back to the hatch. Congratulations, Sun.

SAYID: You should sleep while you can.

ANA: Yeah, I can't sleep. People don't like me. I tried to get them to most of my life. I guess I just gave up a while back. I mean, I am what I am. But you -- you've got a good reason to hate me. I'm sorry. I'm sorry for what I did.

SAYID: You were trying to protect your people. It wasn't you that killed Shannon; it was them. And once we find out he is one of them then something will have to be done.

DR. KIM: Wait! Please! I've done something terrible. It's not you that can't have children.

SUN: What?

DR. KIM: It's him. It's your husband.

SUN: But why would you...?

DR. KIM: I couldn't. I'm so sorry. Your husband, he works for your father. If I told a man like him he couldn't -- he would burn my practice to the ground!

SUN: Why are you telling me this now?

DR. KIM: Because you deserve to know the truth.

JACK: How is it?

GALE: Men reject their prophets and slay them, but they love their martyrs and honor those whom they have slain. So what's the difference between a martyr and a prophet?

JACK: Either way, it sounds like you end up dead.

GALE: That's the spirit.

GALE: What's the computer for?

JACK: Nothing.

GALE: Cereal? Wow, where'd you guys get cereal?

LOCKE: It was down here all along. The pantry's full of food.

GALE: How old is it? You guys don't know much, huh? I mean, I'd be asking all kinds of questions about all this stuff down here. You guys don't even seem that curious.

JACK: Do you want the cereal or don't you?

GALE: This must be my reward for good behavior, huh? I guess I earned myself some good will for finally drawing that map for Ana.

LOCKE: What map?

GALE: To my balloon.

JACK: Did you...


GALE: Wow, you guys have some real trust issues, don't you? Guess it makes sense she didn't tell you. I mean, with the two of you fighting all the time. Of course, if I was one of them -- these people that you seem to think are your enemies -- what would I do? Well, there'd be no balloon, so I'd draw a map to a real secluded place like a cave or some underbrush -- good place for a trap -- an ambush. And when your friends got there a bunch of my people would be waiting for them. Then they'd use them to trade for me. I guess it's a good thing I'm not one of them, huh? You guys got any milk?