Everything Sawyer Said Season 5

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Here’s sawyerEverything Sawyer Said from Season 5 of Lost. When I started watching this season again, I was surprised by how big of a role Sawyer had this year. In fact he had about 1/3 more lines than Locke, who seemed to be at least as big a character. Surprisingly, there were 3 episodes in which Sawyer didn’t appear. He had about 6K words, which point of reference, Don Draper usually comes in around 9K-10K.

If you like this, you might like Everything Hurley Said, Everything Locke Said, Everything Don Draper Said or Everything Tracy Jordan Said. As always, these are submitted without context, so it might not be your thing. It’s a big internet out there, though, you’ll find something.

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Episode 1
“Hell was that?”
“Where’s the freighter?”
“Uh uh, no way. A minute ago there was just coffin black smoke. Now there’s just nothing?”
“It was heading for that boat.”
“Just calm down, there’s no need to panic, alright, we’ll just go back to camp, figure this…”
“What the hell are you talking about?”
“What do you mean the camps not gone? Who the hell are you anyway?”
“You mean the hatch? The one we blew up?”
“Before what happens again. And why is our camp gone?”
“I told you. We were running out of gas. I wanted to make sure she…I wanted to make sure they got back to the boat. It don’t matter now, does it?”
“First things first. Give me your shirt.”
“How we call a time out so you can tell us what the hell’s going on?”
“Trust you? I don’t know you.”
“Shut it, Ginger, or you’re getting one, too. Now talk.”
“Not everyone. Locke.”
“So when are we now, Wiz Kid?”
“It was. Blown up, just like we left it.”
“You saying our camp is back on the beach again?”
“Good, I’m going back.”
“More pointless than staring at a hole in the ground?”
“Yeah, well, what if it ain’t? Hell, what if the helicopter hasn’t even taken off yet?”
“Who says?”
“Why not?”
“How do you know so much about this, Danny Boy?”
“So how can we stop it?”
“Then who can?”
“Son of a… bitch.”
“Backdoor. I’m getting some supplies.”
“The sky can flash all it wants, but I ain’t starting over, Dilbert. I ain’t rubbing 2 sticks together to start a fire and I ain’t hunting damn boar. There’s Dharma food, beer, and clothing in there. And I’m getting Desmond to let me in one way or another.”
“Yeah, why not?”
“This would all be fascinating if I was listening to you.”
“I don’t care whose in there.”
“Open the damn door.”
“Sure it will.”
“You’ll open up. It’s the ghost of Christmas future.”
“Open the damn door. Open the door.”
“Open up, I know you can hear me.”
“Everybody that I care about just blue up on your damn boat. I know what I can’t change.”

Episode 2.
“Whose shirt is this?”
“Can I have it?”
“I’ll take that as a yes, Frogurt.”
“Yeah, yeah.”
“Still in one piece?”
“Figured it would have disappeared with the rest of our stuff.”
“Welcome back, Dr. Wizard.”
“Shut up.”
“You’ve been gone for 2 hours, what the hell were you doing?”
“Well, you figure out when the sky is going to light up again?”
“Well, you at least got a plan?”
“What do you mean, you found it?”
“Hey, ease up, there, Frogurt.”
“Come on. Split up, everyone get to the creek.”
“Come on, he’s dead.”
“Come on, he’s dead.”
‘Come on, you want to be dead, too? Come on. There’s nothing you could have done. We gotta go now.”
“Yeah, I’m fine, I just stepped on something. Something jammed… Uhh. Son of a bitch. We should keep moving, we gotta hook up with everybody at the creek.”
“I don’t know, the wet part. Sorry if my plan’s not up to others…”
“Who were those people? Are they yours? Did they shoot the arrows?”
“You don’t have to be a wise-ass, I’m just trying to…”
“Let her go.”
“Hold on, just hold on. Chill out. We’re not supposed to be here. Something’s happening to the island. There are these flashes.”
“Wait a second, I’ll tell you whatever you want to know.”

Episode 3
“Well, gee, I didn’t have time to ask with Frogurt on fire and all.”
“Who cares about the rifle, where the hell have you been?”
“What happened to your leg?”
“By who?”
“Fine, seeing as we have no rope to make sure these two don’t try to kill us again. Guess we’re gonna have to shoot ’em.”
“What language is that?”
“So who taught you Latin?
“Enlightened, my ass.”
“Well, maybe I should’ve said it in my secret language.”
“What the hell are you saying?”
“Shoot him!”
“Shoot, damn it!”
“Are you crazy?! What were you thinking? Why didn’t you shoot him?”
“I hate to bust up the “I’m an Other, you’re an Other” reunion, but Faraday…the guy that’s actually gonna save us…is being death marched into the jungle right now.”
“You’re not gonna help me save him?”
“That’s gonna get us all killed. You go rolling in there, they’re gonna know we’re here.”
“What about you? You wanna stay here in Crazytown or help me rescue the geek?”
“Drop the gun, Blondie.”
“She puts hers down first.”
“I said, drop it!”
“Son of a bitch.”
“You told her?”
“You Alright?”

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Episode 4
“What the hell’s wrong with her? She’s been out for ten minutes.”
“She’s asking if you know why your girlfriend had a seizure.”
“She’s like this ’cause the sky keeps lighting up. He knew this would happen and he didn’t say squat about it.”
“Excuse me?”
“That greenhouse is a long ways away.”
“And let me guess. You know exactly what to do when we get there.”
“And how you gonna do that?”
“Bring who back?”
“The boat blew up, and that chopper was probably on it.”
“Says who?”
“It doesn’t matter what I want.”
“I’ll tell you “now what”. We’re going to the Orchid.”
“Hey, Locke? What are you gonna say to her?”
“Kate. What are you gonna say to her to get her to come back?”
“Well, let me tell you something. She was pretty excited to hop on that chopper and get the hell out of here.”
“Beach is this way. Now you wanna take the scenic route?”
“Nobody move.”
“I got this.”
“It don’t matter. It’s gone now.”
“I already told you. It was nothing.”
“And how is it that you knew when we were, Johnny Boy? That light in the sky, it was from the Hatch, wasn’t it?”
“Did you get an answer?”
“Did it?”
“So why’d you turn us around then? Don’t you wanna go back there?”
“So you could tell yourself to do things different, save yourself a world of pain.”
“Finally. Anybody for a Dharma beer? Hello? Anybody here? Rose? Bernard?”
“Son of a bitch!”
“Yeah? Well, where’s the rest of the dog? Where’s the rest of our people?”
“Why the hell would they do that?”
“Let me see that. “Ajuhrah”?”
“Great. Maybe they got a flight out of here to Vegas tonight. Who came in these? Other Others?”
“I saw Kate.”
“Last night, in the jungle. Before the last flash. Delivering Claire’s baby.”
“Time travel’s a bitch.”
“Shut up and keeping paddling!”
“Little help! Little help!”
“Paddle harder! They’re getting closer! Thank you, Lord! I take that back!”
“What conversation was that?”
“I wasn’t about to tell you anything.”
“I was close enough to touch her. If I wanted to, I could’ve stood right up and talked to her.”
“What’s done is done.”

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Episode 5
“Turn around slowly.”
“Jin? You’re kidding me. I thought you were on that boat. I thought you were dead!”
“Well, what do you say!”
“Every time the sky lights up, we move through time.”
“You heard the man, translate.”
“You speak Korean, Red?”
“Come on!”
” Juliet.”
“You have a little…”
“What’d she say?”
“What the hell is she talking about?”
“Flashes are getting closer together. Maybe when your nose starts bleeding, you’ll realize we gotta get out of Dodge now. We’ll come back for her just as soon as we can.”
“Let me ask you something, John. If we don’t even know when the hell we are, what happens if the Orchid ain’t around anymore?”
“I’ll be sure and do that.”
“You just had to say something.”
“You’re going down there?”
“What exactly are you hoping to find?”
“Expecting a subway?”
“You sure you don’t want us to lower you down?”
“John, damn it, hold on!”
“No, no, no, no, no!”
“No, no!”
“Come on and help me!”

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Episode 7

Episode 8
“No. No! No! No! No! No!”
“Come on! Help me! Come on.”
“Now we wait for him to come back.”
“As long as it takes.”
“What kind of a situation?”
“Son of a bitch.”
“Evening, Enos. You got your zapper with you?”
“‘Cause our fearless leader is out blowing up trees.”
“‘Cause he’s loaded.”
“He doesn’t, so we’re gonna keep this on the down low.”
“Alright. You put out that fire. Pack up this dynamite. I’ll take him home.”
“You wanna tell Amy where we found him? ”
“Now, help me get him up.”
“You tell me.”
“By the Flame, blowin’ up trees with dynamite. Wanna tell me why?”
“Must have been a doozy.”
“Personal? You think this isn’t gonna get out? It’ll be on the coconut telegraph by breakfast.”
“Go on.”
“What’s the matter? You OK?”
“Oh, hell.”
“Where’s Red?”
“Hold on. Wait a minute. We stayed? We’re not traveling through time anymore? You saying it’s over?”
“OK. Swell. Until Dan checks back in, I say we head back to the beach. When Locke gets back with everybody, that’s where they’ll be looking for us.”
“Hey, zip it. I’m heading back to the beach. If our stuff’s there, great. If not, we build new stuff. You don’t like the plan, good luck”.
“Thanks for getting my back for that whole beach issue.”
“Well, what does that say about you agreeing with me?”
“Well, I’m open to suggestions.”
“Yeah, thanks anyway, Plato. I’m going over there. You still got my back?”
“Alright, drop the gun!”
“It’s alright. It’s OK. You’re safe. It’s over.”
“The guys with the bags, Others?”
“What, y’all don’t know each other?”
“I’m on it. Listen, sweetheart, we gotta get moving now.”
“Our ship wrecked here on the way to Tahiti, but that ain’t important right now, because whoever’s on the other end of this, those two might’ve given ’em a call before we saved you.”
“Bury them? We ain’t got time to bury nobody.”
“Alright, we’ll put these guys in the ground and carry your friend back, but we better do it fast.”
“Alright, listen up. When we get there, there’s gonna be a lot of questions. So just keep your mouth shut. Let me do the talking.”
“I’m a professional. I used to lie for a living.”
“Listen, sister, we’re the ones who just saved your life and hid those bodies. So how about you trust us and turn that damn thing off?”
“Sonic fence? Didn’t I say let me do the talking?”
“His brain’s already fried.”
“You first.”
“Alright, let’s go.”
“And going forward, we should all do a better job of trusting…”
“He’s unavailable.”
“What the hell does that mean?”
“Well, don’t tell me about it. Just do it.”
“Can you deliver this baby or not?”
“Hey, man. Where is she?”
“Amy’s having her baby.”
“Did you hear me? She’s in trouble. Doc says she needs a caesarean.”
“Screw our agreement. He ain’t never done one. I’m guessing you have.”
“Well, maybe whatever made that happen hasn’t happened yet. You gotta try. You gotta help her. You’re the only one that can.”
“I’m speaking for Horace now, and I say she’s delivering this baby.”
“You heard the lady. Listen… you’re gonna do great. I know you are.”
“Amy went into labor.”
“I don’t know. There’s a problem. Juliet’s in there.”
“Yeah, I pulled her out of retirement. Any luck?”
“Well, 1-3-4 then.”
“As long as it takes.”
“What happened?”
“He’s okay? She’s okay?”
“Mm Ohhh.”
“It hurts.”
“Where are my people?”
“Well, you all got a funny way of showing your appreciation.”
“My name’s James LaFleur. You can call me Jim.”
“If my friends are safe, why are you asking me all the questions?”
“We got caught in a storm. Our ship wrecked. Must’ve hit the reef. Thankfully, we washed up on shore.”
“A salvage vessel. Searching for a famous lost wreck. It’s an old slaver out of Portsmouth, England, called the Black Rock. You heard of her?”
“Some of our crew were missing. We were looking for ’em. That’s when we came upon your girl instead.”
“Send ’em where?”
“Hold on a minute, chief. We just saved that woman’s life. Doesn’t that earn us a week or two to find the rest of our people?”
“Well, he believed my story. But we’re getting punted. The bastard’s putting us on their sub tomorrow and shipping us off to Tahiti.”
“Uh oh.”
“Hold your horses, Banzai. No one’s getting on a sub.”
“Well, that depends on how hard he looks.”
“Let me talk to him.”
“Your buddy out there with the eyeliner, let me talk to him.”
“I understand I’m the one that killed his men, and I’m the one that’s gonna go out there and tell him why I did it.”
“Well, it’s a good thing I ain’t asking your permission.”
“Not yet. But I’ll figure something out.”
“Hello, Richard.”
“I’m the guy that killed your men. Heard some gunshots, saw two men throwing a bag over a woman’s head. Gave ’em a chance to throw the weapons down and walk away, but one of them took a shot at me, and I defended myself.”
“That’s so.”
“They ain’t my people, Hoss. So if you got some kind of a truce with them, it ain’t been broken.”
“Did you bury the bomb?”
“The hydrogen bomb with “Jughead” written on the side. Did you bury it?”
“Yeah, I know about it. I also know that 20 years ago, some bald fella limped into your camp and fed you some mumbo jumbo about being your leader. And then poof, he went and disappeared right in front of you. Any of this ringing a bell? That man’s name is John Locke, and I’m waiting for him to come back. So, you still think I’m a member of the damn DHARMA Initiative?”
“I’m sorry.”
“You need some help?”
“I bought us two weeks. Horace said we can wait for the next sub. Any luck, Locke’ll be back by then.”
“What do you mean then what?”
“You do realize it’s 1974, that whatever it is you think you’re going back to, it don’t exist yet.”
“Well, what about me? You really gonna leave me here with the mad scientist and Mr. I Speak to Dead People? And Jin, who’s a hell of a nice guy but not exactly the greatest conversationalist.”
“Maybe, but who’s gonna get my back?”
“Come on. Just give me two weeks, that’s all I’m asking. Two weeks.”
“Mmm, something smells good.”
“You were amazing today.”
“Mmm. I love you, too. Mmm.”
“Wake up, boss.”
“How’s your head?”
“I got good news and bad news. Which you want first?
“You’re a daddy. Bad news is you missed it.”
“It’s a boy.”
“Now how about you tell me why you’re too busy drinking and blowing up trees to see him get born?”
“You got in a fight over a necklace?”
“I had a thing for a girl once. And I had a shot at her, but I didn’t take it. For a little while, I’d lay in bed every night, wondering if it was a mistake. Wondering if… I’d ever stop thinking about her. And now I can barely even remember what she looks like. I mean, her face, it’s… she’s just gone. And she ain’t never coming back. So, is three years long enough to get over someone? Absolutely.”
“Oh. What? Wait. What? No. No. Don’t bring ’em in. Just meet me in the North Valley.”
“It was Jin.”
“Yeah. I just… I gotta go.”

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Episode 9
“Easy on the ribs there, Kong.”
“Missed you, too, Hugo.”
“Good to see you, Kate.”
“You’re really here. Son of a bitch actually did it! Locke said he was gonna bring you back, but where is he?”
“Dead? How?”
“You didn’t tell ’em?”
“We’re in the DHARMA Initiative.”
“No. We came back. And so did you. It’s 1977.”
“That’s right. How long’s it been for you since the chopper?”
“What we do is we bring ’em in.”
“Back to the Barracks at DHARMAville. You can’t be wandering around in the jungle with the Hostiles.”
“The Others.”
“What do you mean, everyone else?”
“Jin! Hold up! Where you going?”
“Hold on! We gotta think about this!”
“Alright. That’s it. Listen, you guys gotta stay put. Don’t go nowhere, don’t do nothing till I can figure out how the hell to explain where you came from.”
“You seen my baggy sweatshirt, the one with the bulldog on it?”
“They’re back.”
“Jack, Hurley, Kate.”
“I know. They came back, Juliet.”
“They’re out at the North Point, waiting for me to tell ’em what to do.”
“I’m not sure. They said they were on a plane. I don’t understand it any more than you do. But they’re here, and I gotta find a way to bring ’em in before somebody else finds ’em and they screw up everything we got here.”
“Alright, listen. Y’all are gonna be the second batch of recruits coming in off the sub pulling into port right about now, so we ain’t got much time. Nice suit, doc. Not exactly Island wear. Try this.”
“Everyone gets knocked out before the trip, so no one meets each other until we process ’em.”
“If there was a plane, Jin will find it. So we got about ten minutes to make intake, or y’all are gonna be camping in the jungle for a long time. There ain’t another batch of recruits due in for six months.”
“Trust me. Do what I say. Everything will be fine. Let’s move.”
“What about it?”
“I ain’t here to play Nostradamus to these people. Besides, Faraday’s got some interesting theories on what we can and can’t do here.”
“Not anymore.”
“Put these on and listen up. Juliet’s got it worked out so your name’s gonna be on the list, alright? So when you get in there, just watch the little meet and greet video, wait for ’em to call your name. When they do, just smile, step up, take your jumpsuits and work assignments.”
“Yeah, don’t worry. I got it covered. Just remember to act a little doped up, ’cause you just woke up from the sub.”
“It’s not a damn game show, Hugo. Besides, I’m gonna be in there to get your backs, alright? Let’s move.”
“They’re our new inductees. I’ll explain everything later. Stop staring and tell me what your damn problem is.”
“What? Jin, you there?”
“What? What do you mean you found a hostile? Where?”
“What’s he doing in our territory? It’s a violation of the truce.”
“What? Son of a bitch! Was anyone else with him?”
“What the hell happened?”
“What? Did he say anything about the plane they were on?”
“I got this. Where is he?”
“Give me the key.”
“Your point is?”
“What the hell are you talking about, Radzinsky?”
“Well, I appreciate your input there, quick draw. But I wanna talk to him first. Give me the damn keys.”
“My name’s LaFleur. I’m head of security. I want you to listen real carefully to what I got to say. And if you do that, you’ll be fine. Understand?”
“Alright, let’s start simple. Identify yourself as a Hostile.”
“The terms of the truce say you gotta identify yourself as a Hostile, or we got the right to shoot you.”
“Alright. Good. Now we can proceed like a couple of gentlemen. Let’s go. Just taking him back to the barracks.”
“Fine. Talk away.”
“You there, Phil? We’re coming in with a 14-J.”
“Alright, you can hang out here until we can figure out what the hell to do with you.”
“Bring the man some damn food. We’re not savages.”
“Evening, Doc.”
“Take a load off. You want a beer?”
“What can I do for you, Jack?”
“I had no choice. He was running around in the jungle, got caught by my people. And seeing as how he can’t tell the truth about how he got here, I had to improvise.”
“Uh huh. And for now, Sayid is safe, which is all that matters.”
“I’m working on it.”
“I heard once Winston Churchill read a book every night, even during the Blitz. He said it made him think better. It’s how I like to run things. I think. I’m sure that doesn’t mean that much to you, ’cause back when you were calling the shots, you pretty much just reacted. See, you didn’t think, Jack, and as I recall, a lot of people ended up dead.”
“But here you are right back where you started. So I’m gonna go back to reading my book, and I’m gonna think, ’cause that’s how I saved your ass today. And that’s how I’m gonna save Sayid’s tomorrow. All you gotta do is go home, get a good night’s rest. Let me do what I do. Now ain’t that a relief?”

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Episode 10
“I think your bacon’s ready.”
“What’s on the TV? Ah.”
“What’s over?”
“So they’re back. Nothing’s changed.”
“Sayid ain’t saying nothing. Hey. I got this under control.”
“Morning, H.”
“What’s up?”
“Why, what’d he say?”
“That psychopath? No way.”
“Just let me have a go at him alone.”
“Take your lunch Phil.”
“Take your lunch, Phil. How you doing?”
“Sweet kid, huh?”
“‘Cause I ain’t got a choice.”
“Let’s see how you feel after three years of living in the seventies. Lucky for you, I spent that time getting myself into a position to save your ass. I’m sorry, Sayid.”
“When I tell them I got your confession I need them to believe that you didn’t give it up easy.”
“We’re gonna say you were trying to defect. You’re gonna offer some intel on the others in exchange for living with us.”
“What the hell else am I supposed to do with you?”
“And then what? I can’t just let you go!”
“‘Cause these people trust me! I’ve built a life here, and a pretty good one. I let you go, all that goes away. So you got yourself a choice, Chief. Either you cooperate and join the party in Dharmaville, or you’re on your own.”
“Alright, last chance. You got anything to say? Take him to Oldham.”
“He’s our you.”
“Hold on a second. We’re not killing anyone, right?”
“Since when did we start acting like them? We’re civilized.”
“You sure about that, Stu? He was trying to escape from the hostiles. He obviously has problems with his people.”
“I can talk to him, Horace. I just need more time.”
“Why are we on your clock, Radzinsky?”
“Hit me in the face.”
“Go on. You owe me one anyway, so make it a good one.”
“Then I want you to take these keys out of my pocket and let yourself out. The guard outside is Phil. He’s a dimwit, so I reckon you can get his gun before he even realizes you’re out. Just promise me you won’t shoot him.”
“They’re gonna kill you. They just took a vote. Even the new mom wants you dead.”
“This morning, you were begging me to let you go. Why would you change your…”
“To get shot? Then what? You’re out of your mind.”
“Why’d you come back?”
“Sayid just filled my ear full of some crap about his damn purpose, and I wanna know why’d y’all come back? Why, Kate?”
“What? What the hell?”
“Craig! Grab a wrench, open those valves. Get the hoses going.”
“Erin, grab the fire gear. Bill, go help Craig.”
“Three years, no burning buses. Y’all are back for one day… Get on that hose. Man this hose!”
“All security. All security. This is LaFleur. We have a fire. Everyone get to building 15 now!

Episode 11
“What the hell are you doing here?
“Here’s what you need to do, Kate, keep your mouth shut and stop asking questions. ‘Cause putting any attention on yourself is the last thing I need right now. Now scram. I don’t want you around here.”
“This is, uh…”
“Kate. She’s new over at the motor pool. I was seeing if she saw anything suspicious, but she didn’t, so…you can run along, thanks.”
“I was a little busy trying to keep the town from burning down, Horace.”
“These are janitor’s keys.”
“Yeah. I just brought him in from the sub. I’ll go talk to him. Miles, you wanna come with me?”
“Alright, I want you to find Jack and Hurley and Kate as quick as you can. Put ’em in a house and sit on ’em.”
“‘Cause I don’t want ’em talking to anybody else. Things are starting to spin out of control here.”
“Alright, go.”
“Not yet, but we’re working on it. How’s he doing?”
“Let me see if I can get an update for ya.”
“You happen to have your keys with you?”
“It’s alright. Don’t you worry about it.”
“Where’s the doctor?”
“How is he doing?”
“It’s alright.”
“Doc, I need you to come with me.”
“Juliet said the kid’s losing blood, and we ain’t gone none to put back in him. So we need you to show us where he sprung a leak.”
“If you don’t come with me, Jack, that kid’s gonna die.”
“Damn it, Freckles. I ain’t here to stop you. I’m here to help you.”
“Figure out how you were gonna carry him out there by yourself?”
“Well, they ain’t right on the other side. We better get moving’.”
“When I found out Ben was gone, and Juliet told me what you were up to, I asked that exact damn question. Why are you helping Ben? And she said, no matter what he’s gonna grow up to be, it’s wrong to let a kid die. So…that’s why I’m doing this. I’m doing it for her.”
“Sure you can.”
“Kid’ll do almost anything if he’s pissed off enough at his folks.”
“Did you?”
“What’s she like?”
“Yeah, Clementine.”
“I bet you and Cassidy had a lot to talk about.”
“Yeah, what’s that?”
“You and me would’ve never worked out, Kate. I wasn’t any more fit to be your boyfriend than I am to be that little girl’s father.”
“Yeah. I’ve done a lot of growing up the past three years.”
“We know. This kid’s been shot. That’s both of our problems. So unless you want to go to war, you’re gonna take us to Richard Alpert, and you’re gonna do it now.”
“Don’t worry. We got ’em right where we want ’em.”
“What’s it look like I’m doing?”
“Where the hell did you come from?”
“You two know each other?”
“She’s with me.”
“Come on.”

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Episode 13
“Miles, you there? Pick up.”
“I’ll fill you in later. Right now I need you to take care of something.”
“The security tapes from the pylon camera feeds. They need to accidentally get erased.”
“I ain’t got time for questions, Miles. Just do it.”
“Look on your monitors. You see us?”
“Just erase number 4. And if anyone asks, I’m off the grid. I’m looking for the escaped Hostile.”
“Damn it, Miles! You gonna help me or not?”
“Alright. I owe you one.”
“Alright, I want you to go back and find Juliet, see if anyone’s noticed yet if little Ben’s gone missing.”
“Do my best to cover it up. In case you haven’t noticed, I’m head of security.”
“Alright, I’ll see you back there.”
“Barely. You ever had one of those days you feel like the little Dutch boy with your finger in the… Doc. Hey. What’s going on?”
“Why the hell would he think that?”
“Yeah, well, where was her head?”
“Yeah, well, thanks for filling me in, Doc.”
“Phil, I’ve been running around the jungle all day, so whatever developments you got can wait a while.”
“Yeah? Who’s that?”
“Got a perfectly good explanation for what you saw on that tape.”
“You talk to Horace yet?”
“Get some rope.”

Episode 14
“What do you mean Faraday’s back? Why?”
“I’d love to trade theories about this, but I’m a little busy right now.”
“Get in here. Phil, one of my security guys, got himself a videotape of me and Kate taking the kid out to the Hostiles.”
“With Phil.”
“Phil, Jack. Jack, Phil.”
“Alright, people, party’s over. I know y’all just showed up. The rest of us have been here for the past three years. This is our home. The last thing I wanna do is leave, but we ain’t got no choice.”
“I punched the man in the damn face, Hugo. What am I supposed to say, “My fist slipped”?”
“Not enough.”
“We only got two options. We can either commandeer the sub, get the hell off this Island before anyone knows we’re gone, or we can head back in the jungle, start from square one.”
“Right. That’s two votes for square one. Anybody else wanna…”
“Hold your horses. Be right there.”
“Welcome to the meeting, Twitchy. Good to see you again. Pound cake’s in the kitchen. Help yourself to the punch. Is he still crazy?”
“Your mother is an Other?”
“I thought you said we were supposed to lay low. Whatever happened, happened?”
“I’m not telling you anything, and you ain’t going anywhere unless you wanna share with us what the hell it is you’re doing.”
“Well, I belonged here just fine till you came back, Doc.”
“Whoa, hold on a second. Don’t say a word, Kate.”
“Whatever her reason is, helping H.G. Wells here talk to his mommy ain’t got nothing to do with it. Come with us, Freckles.”
“When you realize you’ve made a huge mistake, we’ll be back at the beach, right where we started.”
“Alright, the rest of us, pack anything you can carry, meet back here in 20 minutes. Time to go.”
“You called it the minute those Yahoos got here. I shoulda listened to you. You can say, I told you so.”
“Hey, you still got my back?”
“Whoa, whoa, whoa. Take it easy, Stu. What the hell’s going on?”
“That’s ridiculous. Now just calm down for a minute. We can talk about this.
“It sounded like it was from outside.”

Episode 15
“Call my lawyer.”
“Juliet, don’t. Whatever you tell ’em, they ain’t gonna believe you. It’s only gonna get more people hurt.”
“Son of a bitch!”
“You’re a dead man, Phil. I’m gonna kill you.”
“Put us on the sub. He’s right. It ain’t safe. Put the women and children on the sub and get ’em the hell out of here. And if you put me and Juliet on the sub with ’em, we’ll tell you anything you wanna know. You okay with that, sweetheart?”
“We’ll buy Microsoft.”
“Then we’ll bet the Cowboys in the ’78 Super Bowl. We’re gonna be rich. Look, I’m sorry. I should’ve listened to you when you wanted to get on this sub three years ago.”
“Ladies first.”
“Good riddance.”
“Wouldn’t think of it, Nemo.”
“We ain’t going to Ann Arbor.”
“These guys ain’t cops. They got no authority over us back in the real world. So once we dock, wherever we dock, we’re free.”
“Hey, come here. Whatever happens, I got your back, remember?”
“I love you back.”

Episode 16
“Outta here? We’re underwater. What the hell are you doing here? How’d you get caught?”
“Came back to get me for what?”
“Why the hell would he do that?”
“Sorry, I’m gonna pass.”
“Yeah, I heard you. You just don’t get it, Kate. We were happy in Dharmaville ’til y’all showed up. But now that’s all over. So we’re gonna drink our OJ and take our chances in the real world. Jack wants to blow up the Island, good for Jack.”
“Let me get this straight. Jack sets off the nuke, which somehow resets everything. So flight 815 never crashes, it just lands in LA safe and sound, and none of this ever happened.”
“Yeah, I heard that part.”
“You ain’t hearing me, Kate. I made a choice, and I’m sticking to it. I decided to leave, and I’m leaving.”
“What the hell did you just do?”
“Are you serious?”
“Unlock the damn cuffs.”
“Appreciate that, captain. Now we need you to surface the sub.”
“Oh, I think you can.”
“You ain’t home.”
“From the looks of the sun, I’d say that’s the north shore over there.”
“Really? What, you got a compass?”
“I got no idea where the hell we are.”
“Vincent. Come here. Hey, hey. How you doing, boy? Haven’t seen you since the flaming arrows three years ago.”
“So y’all been scavenging food and living out in a hut by yourselves”.
“Well, I hate to rain on your parade, but your condo’s about to go kablooie.”

“Doc, we gotta talk.”
“I ain’t getting in the van. I need five minutes, that’s all. I’ll say what I gotta say, and then you can do whatever the hell you want to. But you’re gonna listen. You owe me that much, Jack.”
“Take a load off, Doc.”
“Sit down, Jack.”
“Folks died when I was 8 years old. I ever tell you that?”
“Con man took my dad for everything he had. He didn’t deal with it very well, so… He shot my mom, then he blew his own head off. I was hiding under the bed when it happened. I heard the whole thing.”
“Yeah. That was a year ago.”
“Right now it’s July 1977, which means that happened last year. So I could’ve hopped on the sub, gone back to the States, walked right in my house and stopped my daddy from killing anybody.”
“Because, Jack, what’s done is done.”
“What did you screw up so bad the first time around you’re willing to blow up a damn nuke just for a second chance?”
“Then what is it about?”
“I don’t speak destiny. What I do understand is a man does what he does ’cause he wants something for himself. What do you want, Jack?”
“Kate? Well, damn, Doc, she’s standing right on the other side of those trees. You want her back, just go and ask her.”
“Jack, if what you’re doing even works, you and Kate will be strangers, and she’ll be in damn handcuffs.”
“Well, I guess there’s nothing I can say that’s gonna change your mind.
“Who the hell do you think you are?”
“You think you can come here and do whatever the hell you want? I had a life here!”
“Will you stop?”
“Will you stop?”
“He wouldn’t listen. I had to. He won’t stop!”
“What are you talking about? You’re the one that told me to come back here and stop him! What happened?”
“Stop! We gotta talk about this!”
“Well, maybe you shoulda told me you had a change of heart before I brought him out in the jungle to kick his ass.”
“Hey, hey.”
“I need you to tell me where all this is coming from. I mean, one minute, you’re leading the great sub escape, and now you’re on board with blowing up the damn Island? I got a right to know why you changed your mind.”
“I don’t care who I looked at. I’m with you.”
“You don’t…”
“Why you doing this, Juliet?”
“There ain’t no more LaFleur, Enos. Go ahead, shoot.”
“What do you think, Blondie?”
“Drop it, Phil, or you’re a dead man.”
“Tell ’em to put their guns down.”
“Alright, you can come out now, Doc. Hurry up and do your business. Turn that damn thing off!”
“Why not?”
“Hurry up, Doc. What are you waiting for? Drop it.”
“This don’t look like LAX.”
“Juliet! No. No!”
“Where do you think you’re going, Blondie?”
“Kate! Help me get those chains off!”
“Hold on! You hold on!”
“I got you.”
“You hold on!”
“Please, I got you.”
“Don’t you leave me.”
“Don’t you leave me!”
“You hold on!”
“No, you don’t let go!”
“No, no, don’t let go!”
“Juliet! No!”
“Juliet, no.”

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  1. BEVIS says:

    End of your second paragraph: “… but if you want to get a good idea of Hurley’s character, I’d start here.”

    Really? I’d start on the Hurley page! 🙂

    I think that was the result of a copy-and-paste job, no? Should have changed ‘Hurley’ to ‘Sawyer’ for this post, though.


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