House Of The Rising Sun
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
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
The Whole Truth
Two for the Road
Live Together, Die Alone
A Tale of Two Cities
The Glass Ballerina
Every Man for Himself
The Cost of Living
Not in Portland
Flashes Before Your Eyes
Stranger in a Strange Land
Tricia Tanaka is Dead
The Man from Tallahassee
LOCKE: We shouldn't even be out here. Ana-Lucia would still be alive if I just told Jack that Henry attacked her.
EKO: Now, she wants us to go here, John, together. She said this in my dream.
LOCKE: Of course, a dream.
EKO: Tell me, John, haven't you ever followed a dream?
LOCKE: You lost already?
EKO: Your map is inexact.
LOCKE: No kidding.
EKO: These landmarks -- is this a river?
LOCKE: No, it's a wavy line. I didn't draw it, I just transcribed it. I told you, I don't even know if it is a map.
EKO: Let's assume it is.
LOCKE: What's the axe for?
EKO: I don't know yet.
JACK: She's still unconscious. The bleeding stopped.
KATE: That's good, right?
JACK: No, it's not good.
MICHAEL: And there's nothing you can...
JACK: I can make her comfortable. But I don't have what I need.
SAWYER: Why are you looking at me? I gave you all the damn meds 2 days ago...
JACK: The heroin, Sawyer.
SAWYER: Give me 20 minutes.
JACK: Kate's going to go with you.
SAWYER: It doesn't take 2 people to...
JACK: Kate is going with you.
KATE: What are you talking about? Why would he need me to go with him?
SAWYER: Jacko here knows his heroin's in my stash with the guns. So, I can either show you where it's at, or let poor Libby suffer. That pretty much it, Doc?
JACK: Yeah. Yeah, that's pretty much it.
SAWYER: Let's go, Freckles.
KATE: I'm curious about something.
SAWYER: Yeah, what's that?
KATE: How did Ana-Lucia get your gun?
SAWYER: I don't know, she must've lifted it off me.
KATE: She pick-pocketed your gun? How'd she do that?
SAWYER: Well, if I knew how she did it, she wouldn't be able to do it, now would she? After you.
KATE: I thought you were taking me to your stash.
SAWYER: Do you have to make everything so damned difficult? Just go in.
KATE: You kept the guns here, all this time, right under you?
SAWYER: Fooled you, didn't I?
MALKIN: ... I'm a fraud. Because I make my living as a psychic. You see, that's what I do. I gather intelligence on people and I exploit it. Everyday I meet people looking for a miracle, desperate to find one. But there are none to be had. Not in this world, anyway.
LOCKE: What are you doing?
EKO: I'm taking this back with us.
EKO: Because they may be important.
LOCKE: Important? I'm sorry, weren't you just watching the same thing I was?
EKO: Yes, John. And I believe the work you have been doing is more important now than ever.
LOCKE: What work?
EKO: Pushing the button.
LOCKE: That's not work. That's a joke -- rats in a maze with no cheese.
EKO: It is work, John. We are being tested.
EKO: The reason to do it -- push the button -- is not because we are told to do so in a film.
LOCKE: Oh -- well, then what is the reason, Mr. Eko?
EKO: We do it because we believe we are meant to. Isn't that the reason you pushed it, John?
LOCKE: I was never meant to do anything. Every single second of my pathetic little life is as useless as that button! You think it's important? You think it's necessary? It's nothing. It's nothing. It's meaningless. And who are you to tell me that it's not?
EKO: This cross was worn by my brother, Yemi. Yemi was a great man, a priest, a man of God. And because I betrayed him he was shot and died. He was placed on a plane which took off from an airstrip in Nigeria half a world from here. Then, the plane that I was on crashed on this island. And somehow, here, I found my brother again. I found him in the same plane that took off from Nigeria. In the same plane that lies above us now -- that has concealed this place. And I took this cross from around Yemi's neck and put it back on mine, just as it was on the day I first took another man's life. So let me ask you -- how can you say this is meaningless? I believe the work being done in the hatch is more important than anything. If you will not continue to push the button, John, I will.