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    Btw, there were a few more deleted scenes, but they aren't on the DVD.


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    Lost: DVD Easter Eggs Season 1(Just some fun)
    *On the Main Menu of Disc 2, select Episodes. Highlight Main Menu and press right and enter to hear several of Rousseau's transmission iterations.
    *On the Main Menu of Disc 6, wait for some time and the Beechcraft will fall down from the tree.
    *On the Main Menu of Disc 7, highlight Tales of the Island, press left twice and enter to see an alternate main title sequence(the only bad part about the alternate sequence is that for no reason, Kate appears crying at the end).
    *On the Tales of the Island(Disc 7), highlight Main Menu, press right twice and enter to see the filming of Locke smiling an orange.
    *On the Deleted Scenes(Disc 7), highlight The Climb(watch it), then press right to see a funny alternate ending in which Charlie and Shannon talk about the Lord of the Rings.
    *On the Main Menu of Disc 7, wait until the day turns into the night and the Hatch lights up.

    Last on Season 1 Extras: On Set With Jimmy Kimmel.


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    Lost: On Set With Jimmy Kimmel(Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun)
    Storyline: Jimmy, who claims that Lost is his favourite show becomes determined to discover it's secrets so he goes to the sets and shows them before talking to Matthew Fox(Jack) who agrees that strange things are happening and one of them is that Fox's facial hair is influenced by the Island. He later meets Dominic Monaghan(Charlie) and helps him compose a high-pitched theme song for Lost("Lost on an Island, far from home. There's a Monster... he's eating us."). Jimmy then goes to visit an explosion and despite his own warnings, he still gets hilariously surprised when the actual explosion happens(Only a deaf guy wouldn't). Jimmy then discovers that he has a telepathic connection with Evangeline Lilly(Kate). OMG. After that, Jimmy goes to visit Jorge Garcia(Hurley) and decides to develop him a catchphrase which Garcia likes("Hey ladies. It's Hurley time."). Soon afterwards, he's talking to Matthew again and tries to find out whether someone knows where the show is actually going or is it made up as the show goes along. Fox firmly states that someone knows where it's going. While fighting insects, Jimmy meets Josh Holloway(James) and asks him for a bug spray. Holloway awkwardly wants a kiss in return, forcing Kimmel to adapt into a gay. Holloway sprays the bug spray to his mouth instead, leaving a confused Jimmy wanting his kiss(Didn't like this scene very much). He also wonders about the Monster's appereance. Kimmel plans to appear on the show and create a super-aphrodisiac with Hurley. Jimmy finds a clue:a cookie. Finally, Jimmy decides to screw looking for clues and steals the script of "On Set With Jimmy Kimmel" which states that after Jimmy steals the script, he hears something behind him and gets killed by the Monster. Jimmy hears something behind him and gets killed by the Monster who seems to have a shapeshifting ability.

    The review for "Man of Science, Man of Faith" is next! I hope you liked Season 1 of my Lost reviews.


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    Edit: I forgot the Season 1 Bloopers, sorry. Season 2 will have to wait a bit. I'll be back very soon to do the bloopers.


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    Lost: Season 1 Bloopers.(YEAH AWESOME!!!)
    *Jin bumps the camera with bamboo while helping Michael.
    *Cutscenes of people laughing.
    *Cutscenes of people doing silly things.
    *The Lost intro malfunctions.
    *Someone hits Shannon with something during her translation of Rousseau's notes.
    *Nick forgets his backstory.
    *Charlie demands to know where Boone got his water before the two burst into laughter.
    *Kate isn't very good at lines.
    *Charlie isn't very good at lines either.
    *Hurley doesn't know how to spell "dynamite".
    *Jack trips while looking for Claire.
    *Kate accidentally switches the words "Jack" and "Locke"(hilarious).
    *Kate trips and swears and then laughs.
    *Hurley and Charlie laugh and hug after Charlie insults him.
    *Liam and Charlie hug.
    *Charlie blocks the camera.
    *Sayid constantly drops branches.
    *Locke forgets somebody's name.
    *James gets hit by a pool stick.
    *While chopping at high-speed, James can't get his axe detached from a branch. While Kate laughs, Nick swears and gives up.
    *James has an error while tied up.
    *Charlie gives Claire advice.
    *Charlie runs from the Monster quite hilariously and laughs.
    *Michael yells at Susan.
    *Michael is terribly insulted by Sayid's spelling of the word "raft".
    *Charlie meets Michael. Twice.
    *Michael yells at Locke.
    *Charlie meets Michael. Again.
    *Susan forgets his son's name.
    *Kate and Charlie talk over a beautiful background.
    *Jin has a problem with his handcuff while berating Sun(who's wearing a bikini).
    *Jin snores. Sun is annoyed.
    *Jin's tie gets stuck while he beats a guy.
    *Jin screws up Korean.
    *Jin and Sun watch huntback whales.
    *Shannon talks with a guy named Paul.
    *Jack is so tired he doesn't remember surgery stuff.
    *Boone says his final words and dies... and then resurrects himself and laughs!!
    *Some guy covers the camera.

    That's all for Season 1. Hope you enjoyed it. Here's the review for Season 2's first ep.


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    Man of Science, Man of Faith: Season 2 starts with not giving much info.
    Best character of ep: John Locke(as always).
    Worst character of ep: Nobody.
    Discovery of ep: The Hatch contains a strange computer and a guy called Desmond.
    Review: The episode focuses on secrecy. There is very little information given away by anything and we don't know much. It's very nicely done. Lost is as good as ever.
    Primary Storyline: Desmond has a "normal morning". He wakes, enters the Numbers into a computer of some kind and then does all sorts of morning stuff(plus injecting himself with something).Suddenly, there's a big explosion and Desmond grabs a gun and uses a set of mirrors to observe Jack and Locke staring down at the Hatch. Back up there, Jack notes that the plan has failed since the Hatch ladder is broken. The group heads back to the caves. On their way back, Hurley tells Jack his story. Jack is more interested with Hurley being a former patient at a mental hospital. Back at the caves, Vincent goes missing and while searching for him, Shannon has a creepy vision of a wet Walt(At this point, people could ask whether the Pirates drowned Walt or something). The team arrives back at the caves and Jack has a big speech where he says that they'll wait for the sunrise to do anything but Boldy screws it and goes down to the Hatch right now(awesome!) and Kate goes with her(her best decision yet). After going back, Locke lowers Kate into the Hatch. After a series of events, there's a bright flash and Kate vanishes(wow). Locke goes after her and later, Jack himself does. Jack finds some strange rooms inside, including the computer room Desmond used. Loud music suddenly starts and Locke shows up with Desmond pointing a gun at him. Jack recognizes Desmond from his past.
    Secondary Storyline: Two people from a car crash are brought in. Jack operates on the woman and the man dies. The woman's fiancee is only determined to find out whether he and Sarah can make love(idiot) and leaves her when Jack says that she needs prof. care(moron). Stressed with Sarah, Jack goes to run at a stadium and twists his ankle. He meets another guy called Desmond there who gives Jack water and some advice. Jack returns to the hospital, does the surgery and tells Sarah that he failed(Christian is slightly angry at Jack never giving "that 1% chance"). Fortunately, Sarah is one of the 1% and she recovers.
    Creepiest thing in the episode: MAKE YOUR OWN KIND OF MUSIC!!
    Coolest thing in the episode: The computer room.


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    Adrift: Basically the previous episode from the viewpoints of Locke, Sawyer and Michael.
    Review: This episode is considerably better than the season premiere. We return to the raft plot, not to mention we get a lot more of Desmond. Locke becomes great again. And the ending was pretty intense.
    Best character of ep: Sawyer(I was trying to save your damn kid.)
    Worst character of ep: Michael.
    Discovery of ep: The Numbers are used to restart some clock.
    Primary Storyline "Raft": Nick quickly recovers from his gunshot and saves Michael's life(he can't swim). Michael and James end up on a remnant of the raft and are adrift. Walt, Beardy and the Pirates are gone and Jin has vanished. Eventually the two end up separating on different parts of the remnants due to Michael blaming James for the incident(hey, HE's the one who got shot!). James tries to make conversation and proposes a theory that the Pirates are from the Island and using telepathy, he hears that Danielle said that the Others are coming for the boy so it's possible that the Others are the Pirates. Fortunately, they manage to solve their differences by fighting a shark(James still has his gun). The two then ride back to the Island where they find Jin who is escaping from a band of wild-looking people whom Jin calls "Others".
    Primary Storyline "Hatch": Kate has vanished so Boldy goes after him into the Hatch. Locke finds her lying unconscious in a corridor. Desmond appears, holding Locke and Kate at gunpoint. Desmond tries to figure out if Locke is "him", but quickly realizes that he's not. Kate is tied up inside a pantry(OMG). Desmond then starts quizzing Locke about who he is and how he got there. He is genuinely surprised when Locke says that there is no sickness on the Island and that everyone are fine. Suddenly an alarm starts. Desmond forces Locke to use the computer and punch in the Numbers and then press execute, sending the timer clock back to 108:00. Kate uses Locke's pocket knife to get herself free of her bindings and eats some candy from the pantry before entering a ventilation shaft. Back at the caves, Jack decides to go find Kate and Locke, troubling Hurley(who still considers the Hatch to be a "death hole"). After arriving, Desmond puts on a"Make Your Own Kind of Music" and Jack can't hear Kate(though Desmond perhaps did). We then get back to the previous ep where Locke is held at gunpoint and Jack realizes who Desmond is. Oh, and back at the camp, Claire finds one of the heroin statues, but doesn't know what it is.
    Secondary Storyline: A bitter Michael decides to fight for Walt(Yeah go Mike) and refuses Susan's desire to go and live with Brian Porter. Eventually, Susan convinces Mike to give up his parenting rights so Brian can adopt Walt.
    Creepiest thing in the episode: Shark going after James.
    Coolest thing in the episode: Weird logo on the shark.


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    Orientation: A wonderful finale to the Exodus arc.
    Review: (Sorry for being busy so long) This is definitely a favourite. So just enjoy the review. We get a ton of new information.
    Best character of ep: Desmond.
    Worst character of ep: Ana-Lucia(She's the woman from Jack's flashbacks in Season 1)
    Discovery of ep: The DHARMA Initiative.
    *Primary Storyline "Hatch": Kate loads a shotgun and knocks Desmond down. In the resulting struggle, someone accidentally shoots the computer and Desmond says that the result will be the end of the world(CRAP). Jack reluctantly lets Desmond to the computer. Before he repairs the computer, he explains that he crashed into the Island during his boat race around the world. He goes on to tell that a guy named Kelvin saved him and brought him into the Hatch and told him to press the button with the Numbers or the world will end. Later, Kelvin died and Desmond was stuck alone. He also tells them where to find a video orientation manual(look below). 84 minutes until the world ends. Kate goes to bring Sayid to the Swan(Hurley complains that things don't go normal). Jack and Desmond discuss the replacements mentioned in the orientation and whether or not the station is a psychological experiment and Desmond mentions that despite his doubts, the magnetic wall is magnetic. 49 minutes until the world ends. Desmond tries to restart the computer but things get worse. The Swan's main power goes down and emergency lights is all they have. Desmond panics and runs off. Jack decides to screw it and leaves Locke alone(so much for Super-Doc). 47 minutes until the world ends. Locke has a breakdown. Fortunately, Kate and two awed men, Sayid and Hurley come to help. Sayid instructs Kate and Hurley(who finds the pantry) how to restore main power. 24 minutes until the world ends. Jack catches up with Desmond who gives him the code for pushing the button before leaving(they also re-affirm that they know each other). 5 minutes until the world ends. Kate manages to restore power(nice to see her do a good thing once) and the alarm starts. 4 minutes. Sayid successfully fixes the computer and Locke starts entering the code. When he starts saying it, Hurley of course recognizes it and tries to stop Locke. He protests until Locke enters a wrong number which Jack corrects. Locke then demands that Jack push the button. 2 minutes. Jack and Locke finally clash after a few episodes of build-up. 1 minute. 20 seconds. 10 seconds. Jack relents and pushes the button.
    *Primary Storyline "Trio": The creepy natives, led by Blacker-than-Mike knock out the trio and drag them into a prison pit. Mike unsuccessfully tries interrogation. Nick comes up with a plan that doesn't work thanks to Blackie. Later, a fourth prisoner(Ana-Lucia from Jack's flashback) is sent inside. She affirms that she's another survivor, but then steals Nick's gun(damn) and Blackie takes her up again. Meanwhile, the wound on James infects.
    *Secondary Storyline: During a meeting, Locke meets a woman named Helen and becomes attracted to her. The feeling is mutual and the only thing that stops it is John's obsession with Anthony Cooper. Eventually, Helen manages to make Locke stop his obsession and get over it.
    *DHARMA Orientation 3(The Swan): The movie, hosted by Dr. Marvin Candle tells us that the station was built by a bunch of scientists known as the DHARMA Initiative that were founded in the 70's. This was an electromagnetical laboratory, but an incident led to a button being pushed for some reason to protect the world from some kind of thing connected with electromagnetism. A splice of the film is cut that warns us about the computer.
    Creepiest thing in the episode: The natives.
    Coolest thing in the episode: The film.


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    Everybody Hates Hugo: (Really REALLY sorry for being late, I've been busy) A hilarious aftermath to Exodus.
    Review: Another great Lost ep featuring Hurley.
    Best character of ep: Jack(Who else did you tell?).
    Worst character of ep: Kate.
    Discovery of ep: The tail-section survivors.
    Primary Storyline "Trio": Jin, Michael and Nick are still down in the pit. Nick's gunshot wound is now infected. The Black Guy tosses a rope down and Ana-Lucia orders Jin to come up. So does Michael(Ana-Lucia hits James with a rock), but leaves an annoyed Nick down there. Later, James is pulled up and now we have confirmation that the "natives" are actually the tail-section survivors(and not much of them is left). Ana-Lucia breaks the rules down to James and then leads everyone to a black door which opens into a dark room(deja vu). He then leads them inside of what appears to be a bunker(deja vu). Later, a man starts asking about Rose and says that he's Bernard(WOW).
    Primary Storyline "Hatch-Beach": Hurley wakes up from a hilarious dream and seems annoyed because he's the new Food Manager(Yeah Jack, give HIM the food job). He becomes scared that everyone will hate him because he has to keep secrets. Later, Charlie does start asking him about the contents of the Swan and Hurley is forced to lie. As a consequence, Hurley decides to tell Rose about the Swan, believing that he could use help. So he takes Rose down to the Swan and Jack isn't too glad(Who else did you tell?). Hurley and Rose start making an inventory of what they have in the pantry and Kate takes a bottle of shampoo, beginning Hurley's problem(THANKS A LOT HATE). Hurley suffers some kind of a breakdown and takes the leftover dynamite from the Hatch detonation and plans to blow up the pantry(WHAT?!) until Rose talks him out of it. Later, with Jack's permission, Hurley gives out the entire pantry, including Claire's peanut butter(Locke told Charlie about the Swan, totally ignoring Jack's orders. So who's in charge?). Everybody are happy and Rose holds on to an Apollo bar for Bernard(how on earth did she know that he lives). The only one who's not happy is Sun, because earlier on, Claire discovered the green bottle(the one with everybody's letters in that James read) and takes it to Shannon and Sun. Sun buries the bottle, scared that something has happened to Jin(no kidding).
    Secondary Storyline: Back in the "Numbers" storyline, Hurley wins 156 million dollars while playing with the Numbers, but he's content with his chicken life and decides not to claim his money. Instead, after being yelled at by his boss Randy(Why does he yell at everyone? First Locke, now Hurley.), he quits his chicken job along with his friend Johnny. Later on, Hurley asks his "girlfriend" out and annoys Randy by writing CLUCK YOU at his garden with garden gnomes. This life comes to an end after some guy(from Hurley's dream) recognizes Hurley and Johnny feels betrayed.
    Creepiest thing in the episode: Nothing.
    Coolest thing in the episode: Jack berating Hurley.


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    I'm sorry for lagging. Don't worry, I haven't abandoned the thread or anything and my reviews will continue until the epilogue. I've just been REALLY busy these last few months. When the summer comes, I can make reviews much more often. Now, one small request: everyone who read this, post something in the thread, so I'd know how many people are exactly reading these reviews. Thanks! Next review(...And Found) will be tomorrow.


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    Look I'm not coming back here until someone replies, OK?


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    I know what you mean - I've had similar problems on similar threads.
    I'm replying! Please continue your reviews; I love reading them!

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    Keep going.

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    God, I thought everybody forgot about these while I was being busy. Thanks for replying, here's the latest. I ain't goin' anywhere.

    ...And Found: Not bad for another Korean episode.
    Review: Once again, sorry for being away. Anyway, the story becomes even more interesting. It's clear that something dark happened in the past of the Tailies. They've obviously been through a lot with the Others since most of them are dead. Also, I'm starting to think that Ana-Lucia is more annoying than Kate(wow miracle). What gives her the right to shout commands?
    Best character of ep: Mr. Eko.
    Worst character of ep: Ana-Lucia.
    Discovery of ep: Eko can talk. The Natives are more dangerous than we knew. The Tailies hold a dark secret.
    *Primary Storyline "Trio": While the Tailies discuss what to do next, Jin, Michael and Nick try to figure out the opposite. Ana-Lucia orders the trio to join in the food gathering for the trip back to the main camp(good idea, at least the creepy Natives don't go there). During the search, Michael runs away to find the Natives who may hold Walt(How did the Natives even get a motorboat unless they're not the Pirates?). James decides to worry about himself only in the future due to Mike's attitude after the attack and leaves Jin to find him with mr. Black(wow he talks more than I thought). On their trip, Eko and Jin find a corpse whose name was Goodwin(the Natives are definitely bad guys). They also hide in the bushes and observe the creepy Natives pass by, with one carrying a teddy bear(???). Ultimately, Jin finds Mike and convinces him to return with Black's help.
    *Primary Storyline "Sun": Sun loses her wedding ring and starts a desperate search. Boldy comes out of nowhere like usual and offers some invaluable advice. Jack gives a nice story and Kate finds out the letters are gone. The two dig up the green bottle and Kate takes out the messages and starts reading them(GOD WHY ARE YOU SO ANNOYING???). Sun stops her and realizes that she's looking for Sawyer's letter. Kate finds the ring.
    *Secondary Storyline: While Sun is matchmade with a rich man named Jae Lee who owns thirteen hotels, Jin starts to work in the very hotel that Sun visits, despite the beliefs of others due to his not-very-rich background. Ultimately, Jin quits, staying true to his fisherman nature. He also meets with Sun, thanks to "orange".
    Creepiest thing in the episode: The Natives.
    Coolest thing in the episode: Locke.


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    Abandoned: This series is SO awesome.
    Review: The Tail-section storyline is still utterly cool and we even get some firsthand experience of typical Native tactics(could be useful in future eps). However, the triangle forming between Locke, Charlie and Claire is very unexpected and quite annoying in my opinion. I think that spending too much time in the Swan is spoiling Locke.
    Best character of ep: James "Nick" Ford.
    Worst character of ep: Sabrina Carlyle.
    Discovery of ep: Our carefree survival on the Island has unfortunately ended. Now we have to spend our energies avoiding the unfriendly Natives.
    *Primary Storyline "Trio": James and Ana-Lucia spend their time talking about what the group should do now that their "Locke" has left them. Fortunately, the Black Tracker returns with Michael and Jin. The incident seemingly increases the rivalry between Mike and Nick. The Tailies head out. Resting at a quarry, Mr. Eko makes the decision to head out into Native Territory to shortcut to the safe main camp. On the way, James finally collapses from the fever and Eko, Bernard and Michael construct a stretcher. This becomes a problem when they have to start climbing. In the midst of the climbing, Cindy(the stewardess from the first two eps) goes missing, apparently kidnapped by the Natives(whoa if they kidnap that silently then I'm not surprised that 12 people were taken). The remaining Tailies hear whispers and accidentally shoot Shannon, mistaking her for a Native. The Tailies then meet a very despaired Sayid(Uh oh).
    *Primary Storyline "Sayid and Shannon": During their intimate night, Sayid goes away for a few seconds and Shannon sees Walt(It's haunting Shannon for some reason. I presume the Pirates drowned him). Shannon becomes obsessed with finding Walt(she should marry Michael) and runs off into the jungle trying to find him(at least have a date with him). Sayid catches up and it starts to rain. Both Sayid and Shannon then see Walt(Why is Walt haunting them?). Shannon follows the ghost, but Sayid senses danger emanating from him and yells at her. Too late, since the ghost sent Shannon to her doom at the hands of Ana-Lucia. Shannon dies(there goes another main character) and Sayid despairs(uh oh).
    *Primary Storyline "Beach Triangle": After Shannon screamed, Sayid convinces Charlie and Claire that it was just a dream and moves on. Charlie berates Claire for waking Aaron up. Eventually, Claire realizes that he's right when the child refuses to stop screaming and go to sleep. Locke shows up at the right time to offer his invaluable advice as usual and teaches how to put Aaron to sleep. At the same time, Claire tells Locke about Charlie's Virgin Mary statue and Locke suddenly remembers the heroin-filled statues from the Beechcraft and Charlie's addiction. Boldy becomes convinced that Charlie is taking drugs again.
    *Secondary Storyline: After the death of his father, things look grim for Shannon. Her more-than-Kate annoying stepmother refuses to give her a penny from his father's cash and even his brother Boone can't do anything for her. Without the father's money(we also had a Jack cameo early on), Shannon is unable to start a new life.
    Creepiest thing in the episode: Walt's ghost.
    Coolest thing in the episode: The mystery of the Natives.
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    The Other 48 Days: Best. Lost. Episode. Ever.
    Review: I LOVE episodes like these that count days and show how people progress. It's awesome. Just like Voyager's "Year of Hell". Okay, so this episode basically squeezes together the Tailie version of Season 1 and gives their backstory more coherently than the scraps of dialogue and references from the last three episodes.
    Best character of ep: Goodwin(nice spy).
    Worst character of ep: Ana-Lucia Cortez.
    Discovery of ep: The history of the tail-section survivors.
    *Day 1: It is a quiet nice day on the Island... the wind blows. But then a bunch of airplane seats fall down along with Oceanic Flight 815. The plane separates and the tail-section falls into the water. Ana-Lucia swims up and with impaired vision, quickly notices the chaos around her. She keeps her shock contained and swims to the beach. Mr. Eko, wearing a suit(so that's where his shirt came from) is busy dragging bodies, alive, unconscious and dead to the beach(amongst them is a woman similar to Rose). Ana-Lucia helps Eko. Eko gets a boy out of the water and rescues his sister as well. The girl is unconscious but Ana-Lucia resuscitates her and promises her to get her to Los Angeles soon. After everybody calms down Eko leaves the children with Cindy and continues the body retrieval(why not before, the "bodies" might suffocate from the water). A man named Donald has a seriously broken leg and Libby fortunately manages to set it right. Suddenly, a guy runs out of the jungle and yells that someone else is in the jungle. Ana-Lucia goes with him only to find Bernard perched on the tree with a dead body. She convinces the shocked-to-death Bernard to grab a branch before the seats fall down. In the afternoon, the Redhead tries to make signal fire and introduces himself as Goodwin(poor guy he's gonna die horribly). Bernard asks Eko about whether Rose was among the dead bodies. Fortunately she wasn't. Eko prays for Rose and the rescue planes and all of them. In the night, the Tailies hear sounds of struggling and muffled yells from the jungle. Goodwin and Ana-Lucia go into the jungle to investigate(They make a good pair). They find two dead Natives and a blood-covered Eko. Apparently they tried to take him.
    *Day 2: Ana-Lucia thorougly examines the Native corpses. They wear no shoes and have nothing with them. Eko is left mentally scarred by the incident and takes off his bloody shirt(so that's why his shirt was so dirty). He also breaks off a tree branch and makes a new weapon out of it for further protection. Mental and physical. At this moment, a redshirt runs out of the jungle and reports that the Natives took three other people, all strong and muscular like Eko. Ana-Lucia deduces that the Natives were on the Island before the Tailies. She plans to leave the beach as the Natives know where they are, but the redshirt argues against her(wow he really wants to die) and protests that they have kids and injured people with them and that they have no idea where they'd be going, not to mention the signal fire(that never really helps anybody except as an excuse). Ana-Lucia tries to claim that they don't need the fire for the rescue to find them. This excuse blows when Cindy reveals that the plane was two hours off course(that info was the only reason the producers allowed her to survive the crash).
    *Day 3: The Tailies are gathering rocks while Ana-Lucia turns her jacket into a waistcoat. Libby comes to her and tells her that the infection on Donald's leg is getting worse and that "he'll be the fourth to go"(wow the middle-section guys were so lucky). Ana-Lucia takes the news coldly.
    *Day 5: The Tailies hold a funeral for the late Donald. Eko, still not speaking, stays away and looks at the ocean, thinking deeply(from the number of graves, I'd say that 9 people including Donald are dead, but I guess that's the dead bodies from the plane too).
    *Day 7: In a hilarious sequence, some Tailies are trying to grab a chicken who doesn't want to be caught(Yakety Sax would've fitted here). Fortunately, Goodwin succeeds and the Tailies have a tasty lunch. Eko is carving something onto his Branch-Stick. Libby comes and offers him chicken. She tries to convince him that the death of the two Natives wasn't his fault but Eko won't listen(his silence was referred in the previous ep).
    *Day 12: In order to protect themselves from the Natives, the Tailies use metal boomerangs to construct makeshift weapons for themselves. Ana-Lucia claims she heard a pig(a boar) and expresses hope for bacon. The children are in jovial mood. After this, Nathan(the suicidal redshirt) returns from the jungle after peeing alone. Ana-Lucia berates him for going alone(seriously does he wanna die?). Night approaches and a group of Natives show up on the beach(quietly). Suddenly, over half of the group get grabbed including the children and fight for their lives!! The ungrabbed join in and the battle is joined. Ana-Lucia goes into a rage and kills one of the Natives. All the others vanish along with over nine Tailies including both children. The chaos ends shortly after that. Ana-Lucia interrogates the corpse and discover two objects from her pocket(wow, so much for "nothing in their pockets"). A knife and a list of 9 Tailies and what the look like. Exactly the people taken. Ana-Lucia deduces(wow she's a good detective) that there is a Native spy among the group(that fits. Ethan was a Native spy in the middle section). Eko returns, angrily(and wordlessly) confirming that he couldn't find any tracks or signs despite the struggles of 9 people. Ana-Lucia breaks and yells at him. Nathan tries to calm her down but Ana-Lucia immediately starts saying evidence implicating Nathan as the spy(too obvious) such as the fact that he was away peeing for two hours. Goodwin finally shuts her up and the rest of the Tailies start making more reasonable plans. Bernard questions the point of infiltrating the Tailies while Libby brings forth the main thing: they have to leave the beach before more attacks occur. Goodwin now agrees with them and the pointless signal fire goes out.
    *Day 15: The remaining Tailies(now much more similar to the scared, paranoid group we found in Orientation) trek through the jungle. Nathan goes to take a break at the river. Apparently, Ana-Lucia has already established the Five-Minutes rule, but Nathan and Bernard question her. Again(why is he so obsessed about being killed off in the show, is he trying to be a special redshirt?). Ana-Lucia doesn't question the others and the group make the area around the stream, rock and fruits their new home.
    *Day 17: Ana-Lucia is digging a pit. Libby comes and wonders whether one of them is a Native. Ana-Lucia agrees with her suspicions. Libby also states that Nathan is creepy, obviously suspecting him(too obvious. But it fooled me the first time around).
    *Day 19: In order to catch rabbits, Bernard and Nathan are constructing a rabbit trap of some sort until Ana-Lucia comes and hits Nathan in the face with her leg(ooh revenge time?). She throws him into the pit and firmly states that Nathan is the spy. The plane was in the air for two hours(no they were going in the wrong direction for two hours) and she didn't see him. Libby and Cindy back this up with also not seeing him and his creepiness while Bernard and Goodwin question the Girl Team(seriously, they are going too far). Eko remains neutral, but disapproves. Night comes and Ana-Lucia starts interrogating Nathan about his home and the location of the children(she's worse than Kate seriously). Nathan replies that he comes from Canada(just like Ethan. They even have a similar name it is way too obvious... unless Nathan is his brother). Nathan also claims that no one saw him on the plane because he was in the lavatory(what's with this redshirt and two-hour toilet trips?). Ana-Lucia isn't convinced.
    *Day 23: (Oh for god's sake...) Ana-Lucia is STILL interrogating Nathan about the children. Nathan has stopped talking. She also finds that Nathan has got a banana from someone(Eko). Ana-Lucia goes to find out who did and Bernard continues to question the existence of a spy. She eventually finds out that Eko supplied Nathan food. Ana-Lucia continues to provide evidence that Nathan is the culprit by claiming that it was his idea to stay at the beach and Libby backs it up by saying that the Natives haven't come ever since Nathan was in the pit(you mean ever since you went into the jungle. Paranoia starting, eh?). Later, Goodwin goes to Ana-Lucia where she reveals her motivation: her promise to the girl to return her to Los Angeles to her mother. Goodwin(who appears to be the brain of the Tailies) tries to convince her to let Nathan go because they aren't savages. Ana-Lucia instead declares that if they were savages, they'd be cutting off Nathan's fingers. And that's tomorrow. Not willing to let Ana-Lucia torture people, Goodwin opens the pit in the night to let Nathan go and supplies him with food and the location of the beach. Nathan leaves to go but Goodwin suddenly breaks his neck(GOODWIN's the spy?! Wait, that actually explains "Remember Goodwin?")!!
    *Day 24: Ana-Lucia wakes up to find Goodwin already awake and staring at her. Suddenly, Cindy runs out of the jungle and tells her that Nathan is gone. Ana-Lucia takes this as confirmation that the Natives how found them again and the Tailies go on the move again.
    *Day 26: The Tailies trek through the jungle, now almost entirely the group from Abandoned. They arrive at a beach and take a break.
    *Day 27: During another trip, the Tailies come across a wooden door(that reads Quarantine from the inside like the Swan) that leads to some sort of bunker. Goodwin looks at the door with a confused expression like others(so the Natives don't know about the place). To confirm whether it belongs to the Natives, Eko opens the door, but it's completely deserted. There's nothing but a few decaying rooms, a couple of boxes and some lamps. The Tailies arrive in it and a mark designates it as another DHARMA station. The station appears to have much less use and Goodwin theorizes it to be a storage facility. The Tailies open one of the boxes to find a Bible, a glass eye and a radio(and some blankets)!! Libby and Ana take an interest in the eye while Eko is absorbed in the Bible(I guess Day 1 was a spiritual experience for him). Bernard finds the radio so the Tailies go outside for a chance to get off the Island. Unfortunately, the hills block the signal so Ana-Lucia and Goodwin march up. Goodwin tries to shake her off but it doesn't work. On the way, Ana-Lucia wonders aloud why the Natives constantly attack the Tailies. She also wonders why some are taken and others are not. Goodwin gives odd responses. The two take a break and Ana-Lucia points out that the knife is an old-design US military knife, confusing Goodwin. Finally, Ana-Lucia reveals that she knows of Goodwin's true status as a Native, because Goodwin was dry when they crashed. Goodwin himself falls silent and doesn't respond to Ana-Lucia's questions. Eventually, though he explains that he killed Nathan to protect his cover and because Nathan was a bad person(explaining his attitude and evading questions) and that the children are safe and given a better life. Unable to contain herself, Ana-Lucia attacks Goodwin. The two roll down the hill where Ana-Lucia grabs her stick and impales Goodwin when he runs towards her. She pushes Goodwin away and he dies(in a different place than when Jin found him. Very fast plant growth?). Goodwin is left out there and Ana-Lucia returns to the others with the radio and says that they are safe now.
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    *Day 41: Bernard is using the radio despite the small chance of contact and batter conservation. However, suddenly a voice comes through the radio saying mayday and that he's a survivor of Flight 815(BOONE!!). However, Ana-Lucia shuts down the radio, claiming that it's the Natives trying to trap them again(Moron).
    *Day 45: Libby and Cindy are fishing but discover a body in the water. The body happens to be our Korean Jin. Jin is tied up and interrogated. Despite Ana-Lucia's protests, Libby, Bernard and Eko all believe him to be harmless. Suddenly, Jin breaks free and runs to the beach where he finds Michael and James(And finally we catch up to the episodes). Eko knocks the trio up and they are dragged to the pit. In order to discover the true identity of the trio, Ana-Lucia is hit by Eko and thrown in the pit(NOTE: This is the final scene that isn't archive footage.). Ana-Lucia steals Nick's gun and is pulled out again.
    *Day 46: The trio are pulled out from the pit and Ana-Lucia takes them to the DHARMA storage station where Bernard and Libby wait.
    *Day 47: The Tailies leave the storage station and decide to head to the far safer main camp. Their long trip through the jungle takes them to the quarry where Eko observes that Nick will probably collapse soon and the Tailies go through the jungle to easen the journey. James does collapse and Bernard, Eko and Michael are forced to build a stretcher to carry him.
    *Day 48 "Today": The Tailies discover that Cindy is missing and that the Natives have somehow taken her as well. Continuing their way, the group hear the Whispers again. Ana-Lucia waves her gun around, trying to locate the source of the creepy voices. Suddenly, Shannon stumbles through the jungle and Ana-Lucia shoots on instinct. In a few seconds, Ana-Lucia realizes that their only chance of reunion is lost now. Shannon dies in Sayid's arms and the Tailies watch in shock and horror. Jin turns to Michael who has an equally grim expression. With anger and despair, Sayid rises(uh oh)...
    Creepiest thing in the episode: The Natives.
    Coolest thing in the episode: The episode.


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    Yeah, it takes more then two posts to accurately review this episode. I personally find it interesting and amazing that they manage to showcase the entire life of the tailies in one episode, showcasing their personalities, the stuff they explored and what they went through; sort of like an alternate version of the Lost crew.

    You can just imagine how many posts I'd have to split my review of the pilot into, it's 3,000 posts long not counting the images and formatting; anyways nice review, keep it up!
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    Collision: The great finale to the Tailie saga and a great episode.
    Review: This officially ends the story of the Tailies and brings the main characters back to where they belong. Sayid and Ana-Lucia get a lot of character development, despite Ana's apparent insanity.
    Best character of ep: Super-Doc.
    Worst character of ep: Shannon*deceased*(the corpse doesn't look right).
    Discovery of ep: Ana-Lucia can be more crazier than Rousseau, James will probably survive.
    Primary Storyline: Sayid and Eko get into a big fight. Ana-Lucia knocks Sayid out and starts to boss around more than usual(listen to Eko, the sensible guy!!). She has Sayid tied up to a tree. Being sensible, Eko takes the deteriorating Nick back to camp where Jack starts curing him. Jack and Locke discuss the next action, but seeing the tons of guns, Eko refuses to take anyone back. This strategy fails when Michael shows up, ready to take Jack(pretty armed) back there. Eko convinces Jack to come without any guns involved. Meanwhile, Ana-Lucia lets Jin, Bernard and Libby go back to their camp. Bernard, Jin and Libby are all welcomed(best scene in a long time). Jin and Sun get reunited as do Bernard and Rose. Ana and Sayid solve their problems alone and Ana lets him go. Jack arrives to find Ana-Lucia alone. The two remember each other from the bar and realize the mistakes they've both done as the two groups(one infinitely smaller than the other) are finally reunited.
    Secondary Storyline: Ana-Lucia practises and returns finally to police duty. She argues with her mother against a desk job and instead goes on patrol where she over-acts in a situation where some guy is stealing a TV from a woman with a crying baby. She returns to the police to discover that the guy who shot her was captured. She chose to let him go and kill him personally later(I quote the US Marshal: "She's dangerous.").
    Creepiest thing in the episode: Ana-Lucia.
    Coolest thing in the episode: The final reunion.


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    Once again, sorry for the break, but I'm on vacation. When it's over, I'll make reviews every Tuesday, okay?


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