Tricia Tanaka is Dead (310)



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


YOUNG HURLEY: It's stupid. Without a new carburetor it's not going to work.

DAVID: Having hope is never stupid. You've got to believe good things will happen and then they will. You understand what I'm saying? In this world, son, you've got to make your own luck.




HURLEY: So then, the Others take the bags off our heads and we're, like, on the other side of the island. And they take Jack, Kate and Sawyer someplace and they sent me back to warn everyone to stay away. Which I did. And now everyone's freaked out. With them gone -- and what happened to Eko -- they're all scared. And I'm scared. But then, I've been scared most of my time here anyway, except when I'm with you. I miss you, Libby.




CHARLIE: Desmond told me I was going to die. He told me has these flashes -- visions, whatever -- and in them I always die. So this is the part where you tell me it is ridiculous, don't be daft, he's a nutter.

HURLEY: I think he might be right. And I think it might be my fault.

CHARLIE: Your fault?

HURLEY: I'm kind of cursed. Death finds me, dude.




TRICIA: It's everyone's fantasy -- winning the lottery -- untold millions falling into your lap overnight. What would you do with all that money? Well, one such lucky winner recently bought a chicken shack. I'm Tricia Tanaka with Hugo Reyes, winner of a record 114 million dollars, outside Mr. Clucks Chicken in Diamond Bar which will be having its grand re-opening tomorrow. So, Hugo, I think the question on everyone's mind is: why did you buy Mr. Clucks?

HURLEY: Uh, I like chicken.




HURLEY: Car! I found a car tipped over in the jungle.

NIKKI: You found a car?

HURLEY: And we could totally fix it and get it going again. It's not far, come on.

PAULO: Why do we need to start a car?

HURLEY: Because it'll be fun. We could all use some fun. I mean, after everything's that happened we need it.




KATE: What happened?

SAWYER: I stepped on something. Son-of-a-bitch!

KATE: Looks like a dart.

SAWYER: How the hell did it get out here?

KATE: Alright, just relax your foot for a second, okay? I'm going to pull it out. On the count of 3. Ready? 1 -- .

SAWYER: Ow!!! I thought you said "3"?

KATE: Yeah, well, anticipation's the worst part. I thought I would spare you.




HURLEY: Oh, I got it. You're going to tip it up. Crafty.

JIN: Crafty?

HURLEY: Yeah, crafty. It's like, when you're good at -- crafts. Nevermind.




SAWYER: Hey, where the hell's my stuff? What are you all doing?

HURLEY: Dude! You're alive!! You're alive.

SAWYER: Yeah, yeah, Snuffy. Good to see you, too. I'll be damned, you all found yourselves a hippy car.

HURLEY: Pretty cool, huh?

JIN: Sawyer.

SAWYER: Jin-bo. How are you going?

JIN: Good see you.

SAWYER: Well, look at that. Somebody's hooked on phonics.




SAWYER: Hoh, it's flat and it stinks.

HURLEY: Can you get it to work? Do you know what's wrong?

SAWYER: Chill out; let the man do his thing.

HURLEY: Dude, that beer's been sitting there since before Rocky III, maybe even II. It's probably poison by now.

SAWYER: Skeletor seems to like it. Bottoms up.

HURLEY: That's not cool, dude. That guy had a mom, a family, and friends. Oh, and a name... it's Roger Workman.

SAWYER: It's Work Man, you blockhead. That's his job. He was a Dharma janitor.

HURLEY: Yeah, well you should still respect the dead.




HURLEY: Whoa, whoa, whoa, can you fix it?

JIN: No. No fix.

HURLEY: But you have to! Can't you try, dude? I mean, we've got to get this thing running.

SAWYER: Leave the man alone. He's right, "no fix." Take a look at that mess -- no way it's going to get running. How thick are you?

HURLEY: What's your problem, man? Why do you don't want this to work?

SAWYER: I don't care if it works. Why is it so important to you?

HURLEY: Because we could all use a little hope.

SAWYER: If it's hope you're looking for ese, you're on the wrong damn island. There sure as hell ain't no hope here.




LYNN: Cut the deck please. You've recently come into a great deal of money.

HURLEY: You could have seen that on the news.

LYNN: But it hasn't brought you happiness. No, it's brought you great misfortune.

DAVID: She didn't see that on the news.

LYNN: I'm seeing numbers.

HURLEY: What numbers?

LYNN: 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. There's darkness around these numbers. Great tragedy. I'm sorry.

HURLEY: Why? What is it?

LYNN: Death surrounds you; and more is coming. Your hands, please. There's a curse on you. But it can be removed. Now, Hugo, I need you to remove your clothes.

HURLEY: My clothes?

LYNN: A curse is like an unwelcome entity that lives inside you. And it must be exercised.

HURLEY: Did my dad put you up to this?

LYNN: What?

DAVID: Hugo, please.

HURLEY: I'll give you a thousand dollars right now if admit that my dad told you to say this stuff.

LYNN: The mystic arts are not subject to bribes. How dare you...

HURLEY: 10,000.

LYNN: Your dad put me up to it.

DAVID: I was just trying to help.

HURLEY: Help who?




SAWYER: Beer.

JIN: Beer.

SAWYER: Bingo. Beautiful. Car.

JIN: Car.

SAWYER [pointing to Hurley]: International House of Pancakes.




HURLEY: That car I found? We're getting it running.

CHARLIE: What's the point? Ow! What did you do that for?

HURLEY: Snap out of it! Stop feeling sorry for yourself because someone said you're going to die. I've got an idea that's going to help us both. Now, it is dangerous. And there's a very good chance that you will die.

CHARLIE: That's supposed to convince me to come with you?

HURLEY: It is. Because if you don't die, then we win.

CHARLIE: Win?

HURLEY: Look, I don't know about you, but things have really sucked for me lately and I could use a victory. So let's get one, dude. Let's get this car started. Let's look death in the face and say, "whatever, man." Let's make our own luck. What do you say?




SAWYER: I'm sorry.

JIN: I'm sorry.

SAWYER: Okay, nice. Keep it coming.

JIN: You were right.

SAWYER: Okay. That's two. Hit me.

JIN: Those pants don't make you look fat.

SAWYER: Now you got it -- only 3 things a woman needs to hear.




HURLEY: Come on. Get up; we've got work to do.

SAWYER: What's your problem, Jumbotron.

HURLEY: Shut up! Red -- neck -- man.

SAWYER: Touche. What is Jiminy Cricket doing here?

HURLEY: We need another man.

SAWYER: Another man for what?

HURLEY: To push this car, dude.

SAWYER: Push it? Push it where? Oh, this is going to be real good.




DANIELLE: What are you doing here?

KATE: I came to ask for your help.

DANIELLE: To do what?

KATE: I'm heading to the Other's camp, and if I'm going to find it, I need someone who knows the island.

DANIELLE: What makes you think I have an interest in helping you?

KATE: Because they had me, and they would have never let me go -- probably would have killed me if I hadn't escaped. And the girl who helped me escape -- she was about 16 years old and her name was Alex. I'm pretty sure that she's your daughter.






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