White Rabbit (105)
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
SHANNON: Have you got it or what?
SAWYER: You're in my light, Sticks.
SHANNON: "Light sticks"? What the hell is that -
SAWYER: Light, comma, sticks. As in those legs of yours.
SHANON: It'll keep off sand fleas?
SAWYER: You bet. Even has aloe.
SHANNON: How much?
SAWYER: Your money's no good here.
SHANNON: Then what the hell do you want? If you really think I -
SAWYER: Five grand.
SHANNON: I thought you said my money was no good here.
SAWYER: I was negotiating. I could take an I.O.U. Something tells me you're good ... for it.
CHRISTIAN SHEPHARD: I had a boy on my table today -- I don't know, maybe a year younger than you -- he had a bad heart. It got real hairy real fast, and everybody's looking to your old man to make decisions, and I was able to make those decisions because ... at the end of the day, after the boy died, I was able to wash my hands and ... come home to dinner, you know, watch a little Carol Burnett, laugh till my sides hurt, and how can I do that? hmm? I mean, even when I fail, how do I do that, Jack? Because I have what it takes. Don't choose, Jack. Don't decide.
You don't want to be a hero. You don't want to try and save everyone. Because when you fail ... you just don't have what it takes.
CHARLIE: Good old Mr. Locke's gone into the jungle to get some water for you.
CLAIRE: Great. Our only hunter's gonna get eaten just so he can get the pregnant girl some more water.
CHARLIE: I wouldn't worry, love. I mean, you tell me -- whatever's out there, or that geezer with his four hundred knives? I mean, who packs four hundred knives? Personally, I can only have space for two hundred -- Three hundred at most.
LOCKE: Why are you out here, Jack?
JACK: I think I'm going crazy.
LOCKE: No, you're not going crazy.
LOCKE: No, crazy people don't know they're going crazy. They think they're getting saner.So ... why are you out here?
JACK: I'm chasing something. Someone.
LOCKE: Ahh. The White Rabbit. "Alice in Wonderland."
JACK: Yeah. Wonderland ... because who I'm chasing, he's not there.
LOCKE: But you see him?
LOCKE: But he's not there. And if I came to you and said the same thing, then what would your explanation be as a doctor?
JACK: I'd call it a hallucination. The result of dehydration, posttraumatic stress, not getting more than two hours of sleep a night for the past week -- All the above.
LOCKE: All right, then you're hallucinating. But what if you're not?
JACK: Then we're all in a lot of trouble.
LOCKE: I'm an ordinary man, Jack. Meat and potatoes. I live in the real world. I'm not a big believer in ... magic. But this place is different. It's special. The others don't want to talk about it because it scares them. But we all know it, and we all feel it.
LOCKE: You need to finish what you've started.
LOCKE: Because a leader can't lead until he knows where he's going.
JACK: I want you to listen to me, okay? Because I'm asking you a favor. Chrissy, I'm standing in front of you in the same suit that I'm wearing to my father's funeral, and I'm asking you a favor. In sixteen hours, I need to land at L.A.X. And I need that coffin to clear customs because there's gonna be a hearse waiting there. And I need that hearse to take me and that coffin to a cemetery. Why? Chrissy, why can't I just bring him to a funeral home and make all the arrangements? Why can't I really take my time with it? Because -- because I need it to be done. I need it to be over. I just -- I need to bury my father.
JACK: It's been six days, and we're all still waiting ... waiting for someone to come. But what if they don't? We have to stop waiting. We need to start figuring things out. A woman died this morning just going for a swim. And he tried to save her, and now you're about to crucify him? We can't do is. Every man for himself is not gonna work. It's time to start organizing. We need to figure out how we're gonna survive here. Now, I found water. Fresh water, up in the valley. I'll take a group in at first light. If you don't wanna come, then find another way to contribute. Last week, most of us were strangers. But we're all here now. And god knows how long we're gonna be here. But if we can't live together ... we're gonna die alone.