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Though it's been over a decade since Lost premiered, it still holds a special place in our heart. She is part of a love triangle with Jack and Sawyer, drawn to Jack's faith he has reclaimed following his dark past in Nigeria as a drug lord. Mr. Eko's faith in the mysteries of the island sometimes puts him at. Complicated. They were star-crossed lovers and Jack's destiny would keep them apart in this lifetime. But Kate's love for him transcended space and time and. ''Lost'' recap: Jack and Kate I'll get to why I think Claire is actually a ghost in a minute — But the omens of relationship collapse — caused by Jack's all- knowing God — my answer is this: The Island is punishing Jack for.
Sawyer's actions fluctuate dramatically from heroic to harsh, including leaping from an overloaded helicopter to save the other survivors when the opportunity for rescue comes, to shooting a member of the Others, Tom M.
Gaineyfollowing his surrender out of vengeful spite; a true wild card. Sawyer and Locke share a common enemy from their past: Michelle Rodriguez First Appearance: Unlike Jack or Locke, however, she lacks crucial skills of a successful leader, allowing her paranoia and insecurity effectively turn her into a tyrant, and cloud her otherwise sharp deductive acumen, honed by her former life as a police officer in the LAPD.
Under her leadership, the tailies survival is a more harrowing experience, and is a stark contrast to the overall experience of the survivors of the midsection. She wears a tough exterior, but this is a hard shell to prevent the unresolved pain she feels at having lost her unborn child following a shooting in her former life.
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Ken Leung First Appearance: Confirmed Dead Season 4, Episode 2 Miles appears in the second half of the series as member of a group of specialists brought to the island by the freighter, The Kahana.
He is a spirit medium, who can hear the thoughts of the dead, similar to Hurley's gift, and was recruited to come to the island to locate and obtain Ben Linus at the behest of his employer, Charles Widmore. Miles' absentee father is revealed to be the lead researcher of the Dharma Initiative, Dr. Many characters on Lost have names meant to reference famous philosophers, scientists, or mathematicians.
Pilot Season 1, Episode 1 Step-siblings Boone Carlyle and Shannon Rutherford are initially two of the most unprepared for the realities of survival on the island following the crash of Oceanic However, Boone desperately tries to contribute—even when he lacks the experience to do so—whereas Shannon actively avoids assisting in the efforts, a tack which Boone chastises her about.
Both were from affluent backgrounds, but Shannon's lifestyle and ability to continue to teach ballet hampered after her father's death.
Naveen Andrews First Appearance: Pilot Season 1, Episode 1 SayidJarrah, like many of the survivors, hides an undesirable past from his fellows following the crash of Oceanicwhich come out in short order in season 1.
His past in the Iraqi Republican Guard left him with skills as an interrogator and torturer, skills which he reluctantly utilizes for the greater good of the survivors early on. A specialist and war veteran, Sayid is intelligent and resourceful, and often misunderstood by others who do not know him better.
Elizabeth Mitchell First Appearance: A Tale of Two Cities Season 3, Episode 1 Juliet makes her debut in the premiere of season 3, but her involvement with the Others goes deeper into the mythos. Although she is presented as an interrogator at first, her initial involvement with the others stems from her skills as a fertility doctor, brought to the island to find a resolution for a phenomenon which resulted in pregnant women dying.
Her flashbacks reveal a woman who was subdued and browbeaten by her manipulative ex-husband, but her tenure on the island has hardened her and molded her into becoming a strong-willed strategist and skilled player at the same kind of game played by Ben Linus, who harbors feelings for her.
Originally portrayed as a potential love interest for Jack, after the island shifts in time, Juliet and Sawyer find themselves stranded in time, and begin a relationship instead. Juliet was brought to the island as a researcher in and lived among the Others for three years.
Later that night, when he's alone, Kate comes to find him and asks if he really believes everything is going to be OK, like he told the camp.Jack and Kate - Baby It's Fact
They joke about the fact that such optimism is uncharacteristic for Jack. She then tells him that he told everyone exactly what they needed to hear and that he does a great job at taking care of them all. She makes him understand that they'd probably all be lost without him and that includes her.
They exchange tender looks after which she tells him that she's going into the hatch, to make sure Locke doesn't get hurt.
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She says it's "Live together, die alone," referring to Jack's classic speech from "White Rabbit". Both seem a little embarrassed and have a slightly flirtatious exchange as Kate retrieves her clothes. Jack grins as he watches her leave to get dressed. Kate and Jack share a meal and flirt together.
They flirt and she ends up challenging him to a round of golf, "to see which one of them is more accurate. Eko carrying a badly wounded Sawyer.
This is yet another "Jinterruption. She tells him that she's sorry for having taken off like that. When Jack expresses doubt about the sincerity of her apology, Kate snaps, shouting to him that she's sorry she's "not as perfect" as him, "not as good. Kate makes to run away, but he grabs her forearm and pulls her close to him.
She begins to sob and tells him that the Island is driving her nuts.
Without warning, she then kisses Jack passionately. She finally pulls back, seemingly shocked by her actions, and runs off into the jungle.
Jack is left calling after her, looking dazed and confused.
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Kate is pissed and reminds him that she can fire a gun and track but Jack adamantly says no, saying they need someone to push a button, and walks away with Sawyer and Locke. Kate, disappointed and upset, watches them leave. Friendly and The Others, who are holding Kate as a hostage. When Tom takes the sack off of Kate's head, Jack is clearly shaken.
Tom tells Jack that he'll pass Kate over as long as they give up their guns and promise to keep to themselves. Jack finally concedes, and Tom lets her go and leaves.
Jack asks Kate if she's OK, but you can tell that he's pissed off about the whole situation. She then apologizes for going and asks Jack to just talk to her for a second.
Jack says that he's sorry too and walks away from her. Sawyer quips that Jack's giving her the "twenty dollar tour" and implies that the two of them aren't just going on a hike. Kate watches, the jealousy evident on her face as Sawyer keeps talking.
Jack asks her who she thinks it might be and she asks him, "How well do you know Ana Lucia? Hurley tries to say that he has a good hand but Jack tells him to fold, saying he doesn't.
When Kate asks about her hand, Jack says that he's not sure how good it is, but he is sure she's only doing it for the fun of it.
Kate then tells him that having fun is a good thing and he should try it once in a while. Jack starts to walk away but Sawyer calls him back and tells him to "put your mangoes where your mouth is.
Sawyer tries to act slick with his pair of Queens, but Jack beats him with Kings wired. Things gets more interesting when the two of them start their little pissing match of who's better. Kate takes Hurley away to leave the little boys to play in their "sandbox.
Jack tells her that the plumbing is busted and she's bummed, saying she made the trip for nothing. She starts to turn around but stops and looks at Jack, saying she's glad that he beat Sawyer. His face lights up and he tells her that he can walk her back to the beach if she wants him to.
Then, in a moment Jaters are all too familiar with, a beacon shows in the distance and the moment is interrupted see below. He asks Kate to come out into the jungle with him to make an exchange with Tom. Jack says he asked Sayid but he turned him down and that they didn't want her since they held her at gunpoint and gave her back. Fortunately for Kate and for us they didn't want Jack either.
Kate comments that they're both damaged goods, and they smile at each other before he turns around. Kate notices something on the jungle floor and walks over to it for closer inspection. Jack runs over to her to try and stop her but it's too late, and they're both caught in one of Rousseau's traps.
Even when they're caught they still manage to flirt and banter, with Kate saying she'll be able to shoot them down and Jack saying she won't be able to do it. Kate misses and Jack takes over and gets them down. They crash to the ground with Kate on top of him and they laugh. Kate then reveals that she went out into the jungle with Claire and Rousseau, and Jack is surprised that she didn't tell him. When he asks her why she didn't, she defiantly says she was going to when he decided to let her back into the club.
They then reach the clearing where Tom held Kate hostage and begins yelling for them to come back out and face him. Kate asks Jack how long he's going to yell for and thinks maybe they can't hear him. Seemingly out of nowhere, she says that she's sorry that she kissed him see "What Kate Did". Alice of Alice in Wonderland fame, of course. And yesterday things went on just as usual. Was I the same when I got up this morning?
As she ponders the riddle of herself and the problem of opening the door — a problem because the door is rather tiny and she has grown very large thanks to a piece of magic cake — she cools herself with a fan left behind by the White Rabbit, oblivious of the fact that the very act of fanning is magically making her smaller.
The dilemma is making her weep: I swear to you, this is relevant. Jin cut a secret deal with Charlotte, Claire went MIA, Christian Shepherd bonded with his grandson, flash-forward Hurley went nutty, and flash-forward Kate did secret favors for left-behind Sawyer.
But mostly, it was about Jack. In one scene, Christian ridiculed his young son for trying to save another kid from a playground beating: He vowed to vanquish those freighter evildoers should they attack, and he renewed his pledge to formulate an exit strategy out of their tropical, possibly quantum quagmire.
I promised that I would….
Cut to the chase: The appendix is a weird thing. There was also the sports news of the day: