In the freighter, Sayid presses Michael to tell him what happened to him since he left the island. In a long flashback, Michael is in despair in Manhattan, since Walt refuses to talk to him after discovering the truth about the deaths of Ana Lucia and Libby. When Michael decides to commit suicide in an alley, he is saved by Tom Friendly who convinces him to work for his people by infiltrating the Kahana freighter to save the lives of the survivors in the island. Michael commits sabotage in the radio room and in the engine of the vessel following direct orders of Ben. After the explanations, Sayid delivers the traitor to Captain Gault. Meanwhile on the island, Ben is released by Locke and convinces Alex, Karl, and Rousseau to leave the camp and move to a hidden sanctuary. But they are ambushed by unseen killers.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
When Michael is attempting suicide again in his hotel room, the game show question is asking who wrote Slaughterhouse Five and who it's protagonist is. Billy Pilgrim is the protagonist who became "unstuck" in time. Similarly, Desmond became unstuck in time in the episode "The Constant". See more
During the scenes at the Suva port, a large airliner is shown nearby taking off or landing. In fact there is no major airport near Suva capable of handling that size of aircraft. In Honolulu, the international airport is close to the harbor and was probably the source of that airliner. See more
My spy on the freighter is Michael.
James 'Sawyer' Ford
I'm sorry. You mean the same guy that killed two women in cold blood to set this little bastard free, and then sold all of us out so he could get off the island? That Michael?
Yes, James. That Michael.
The Producers gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the people of Hawaii and their Aloha spirit. See more
References The Shining
It's Getting Better
Written by Barry Mann
and Cynthia Weil
Performed by Cass Elliot
Album "Bubblegum, Lemonade, and... Something for Mama" 1969 See more