The Glass Ballerina (302)
House Of The Rising Sun
Raised By Another
All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues
Whatever The Case May
Hearts And Minds
... In Translation
Deux Ex Machina
Do No Arms
The Greater Good
Born To Run
Man of Science, Man of Faith
Everybody Hates Hugo
... And Found
The Other 48 Days
What Kate Did
The 23rd Psalm
The Hunting Party
Fire & Water
The Long Con
One of Them
The Whole Truth
Two for the Road
Live Together, Die Alone
A Tale of Two Cities
The Glass Ballerina
Every Man for Himself
The Cost of Living
Not in Portland
Flashes Before Your Eyes
Stranger in a Strange Land
Tricia Tanaka is Dead
The Man from Tallahassee
COLLEEN: We have a situation -- Brian radioed in -- the Iraqi found the decoy village.
BEN: Good, it's what we wanted.
COLLEEN: Brian followed him back to the shore and they have a sailboat.
COLLEEN: I have no idea.
JULIET: So they have a boat -- sailing in circles will keep them busy.
COLLEEN: They could find us. Ben?
BEN: I'm thinking. How quickly can you put together a team?
COLLEEN: Within the hour.
BEN: Then don't waste time talking to us. Hey Colleen, I want that boat.
PICKETT: Alright, here's the jig -- see these rocks, here? That's where you two come in. You're going to chop them loose. And you're going to haul them out of here.
KATE: You expect me to work in this dress?
PICKETT: Well, it's up to you? You can take it off if you want.
PICKETT: Now, if you need anything -- you raise your hand. You get 10 minutes for lunch.
SAWYER I got a question, boss.
PICKETT: No questions.
SAWYER: She got to ask a question.
PICKETT: If you try to run off, you will be shocked.
SAWYER: Shot?! We don't even get a warning?
PICKETT: Shocked. I said, shocked. If you talk to each other you're going to be shocked. If you touch each other, you're going to be shocked. If you're slacking, you're going to get shocked. Matter of fact, if you do anything at all that pisses me off, you're going to get shocked. Okay? Let's get to work.
SAYID: I think you'd be safer on the boat. Sun, if by chance they get past us -- there's another gun. It's inside the blue tarp beneath the galley counter.
SUN: If they get past you, that means my husband is dead. And I won't care anymore.
SAYID: As I said, the gun is inside the tarp.
BEN: Hello, Jack. You know what's crazy, Jack? A week ago, you and I were in exactly the opposite situation. I was the one locked up and you were the one coming in for visits. And I know that you were angry that I lied to you about who I was; but, hell, do you blame me? I mean, let's face it, if I had told you I was one of those people that you and your friends have been calling Others all this time it would have been right back to Sayid and his -- fists. Wouldn't it?
JACK: What do you want from me?
BEN: I want for you to change your at--perspective. And, the first step in doing that would be for me to be decent enough to introduce myself honestly, so -- Hi, my name is Benjamin Linus and I've lived on this island all my life.
JACK: If you could leave this island why would you still be here?
BEN: Yes, Jack, why would we be here?
JACK: You're lying. You're stuck here just like we are. You don't have any...
BEN: Your flight crashed on September 22nd, 2004. Today is November 29th. That means you've been on our island for 69 days. Yes, we do have contact with the outside world, Jack. That's how we know that during those 69 days your fellow Americans re-elected George W. Bush; Christopher Reeve has passed away; the Boston Red Sox won the World Series. What?
JACK: If you wanted me to believe this, you probably should have picked somebody else besides the Red Sox.
BEN: No, they were down 3 games to none against the Yankees in the league championship, and then they won 8 straight.
JACK: Sure. Sure, of course they did.