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Key Points from "Exodus, Part 1"

Season 1, Episode 23
Episode Air Date: 05/18/05

Point 1
Michael

Jin

Walt

Sawyer
Oh my. Oh my my my.

Island events went into overdrive this week and there's a ton to cover. So let's get to it.

The big news is that the U.S.S. Michael officially set sail. No fires. No sinking. The raft floated off and it appears to be a sea-worthy vessel.

As expected, the raft is carrying four castaways -- Michael, Jin, Walt and Sawyer. Their cargo includes:

  • Food.
  • Water.
  • A wine bottle containing messages from the castaways (Charlie's idea).
  • A flare gun with a single flare.
  • A radio transmitter.
  • A radar emitter (Sayid salvaged the radar unit from the Beechcraft wreckage).
  • A 60-inch plasma with an HD TiVo (for entertainment and navigational purposes).
The raft itself is pretty small -- there's room for each person to lie down, but the only shelter is a small metal cabin forged out of Oceanic 815's fuselage.

As it stands the raft plotline is little more than a dangling thread, but it will undoubtedly emerge as an important story segment through the final episode and into next season. So keep these details in mind because they're going to be verrrrry important.

Point 2
Rousseau

Jack

Locke

Kate

Hurley

Arzt
The second major plotline in this episode comes roaring to life early on.

Early one morning, Crazy Danielle Rousseau sneaks into the beach camp carrying her trusty rifle. All of the castaways are asleep except for Walt, who's tending to a little "natural" business on a nearby tree. Walt sees Rousseau creeping around. He follows her through the brush, but for some odd reason he decides to hide behind a 2-inch-wide tent pole. Rousseau spots him easily, so Walt ditches the sneaky stuff and instead screams at the top of his lungs. The screaming works.

Castaways swarm around Rousseau as she stands on the beach with the rifle at her side. Sayid pushes through the group and sidles up to his old jungle compatriot -- half-protecting Rousseau from the mob and half-protecting the mob from the wack-job French lady with the gun. But it quickly becomes clear that Rousseau doesn't have murder on her mind.

Rousseau has come with a warning: "The Others" are coming. The castaways ask for clarification on this "others" business -- Who are they? Where are they coming from? Rousseau gives them nothing. Instead of answers she offers a story from her past. According to Rousseau, when she was shipwrecked on the island 16 years ago, she was seven months pregnant. She later delivered the baby herself (a girl named Alex). At this point in the story, Rousseau pauses and takes a long, creepy look at Claire's baby. And then she continues ... Rousseau's time as a mother was short-lived (probably a good thing). She tells the assembled castaways that a week after Alex was born, she spotted a thick black plume of smoke wafting up from the island's inland section. That night, "The Others" swept in and stole Alex away.

Sad story, but here's the really bad news: "The Others" are coming back, and now they're coming for everyone.

Initially, Jack is skeptical. He wisely notes that Rousseau is the same person who intentionally blew up her own home, so her critical and analytical thinking may be a little off. Locke, however, wants to heed Rousseau's warning.

The debate soon becomes moot. Later that afternoon, as the castaways struggle to push the U.S.S. Michael into the water, Walt notices thick black smoke pushing skyward from an inland location. The castaways stop their work and look on in horror/wonder. Maybe Rousseau isn't so crazy after all. (Or maybe another band of survivors is in the throes of a bitchin' barbecue).

Jack and Locke spring into action. Rousseau claims there are only three options when dealing with "The Others" -- 1. Run, 2. Hide, 3. Die. Jack and Locke believe option 2 holds the highest probability for success. Moreover, they have the perfect hiding place: the hatch.

Of course, the hatch hasn't actually been opened yet, which is why Jack and Locke want to get their hands on Rousseau's dynamite (the same dynamite she used to boobie trap her subterranean island lair).

On yeah, this is gonna end well.

Now it just so happens that Rousseau does have some dynamite left, but she's stashed it at the "Black Rock" in the "Dark Territory." It's hidden under the "Dirty Mattress" with the "Broken Bedsprings."

Hatch Sidenote: You can add two more names to the roster of people who have seen the hatch. Both Hurley and Rousseau give it the once-over. Rousseau says she's never seen anything like it. More importantly, Hurley does not notice that his cursed numbers (4,8,15,16,23,42) are etched into a small segment of the hatch.

Back to the action ... The Dynamite Plan is quickly set in motion. Jack and Locke enlist Hurley, Kate and Dr. Arzt (a new character introduced last week), to accompany Rousseau into her "dark territory." Or maybe she's taking them to see "Dark Territory." Either way, it's going to be a frightening experience.

The journey is perilous -- lots of slippery rocks, ominous trees, pelting rain and the return of an invisible monster. That's right! The Monster is back baby! The unseen beast nearly picks off Arzt at one point, but the castaways manage to stay out of harm's way and the monster wanders off in a different direction. It's important to note that Rousseau and Locke have contrasting Monster styles: Rousseau hides in a thicket of trees with Kate and Jack, but Locke remains out in the open -- but very, very still -- with Hurley by his side. Both techniques work, but the difference suggests that Locke has a far different concept of the monster.

incidentally, Jack and Kate both prod Rousseau for clues about the monster, but in her typical crazy-ass manner she ambiguously refers to the creature as the island's "security system." WHAT?! Security system?!?!

So anyway ... the monster goes away and the group plods on through the jungle. Sometime later, Rousseau leads the group into a clearing. Suddenly, they're all overcome with incredulous expressions. Off-camera, an amazing discovery lies before them. The music swells. The camera pans around. And then we see ... THE BLACK ROCK!

The Black Rock -- the thing we've been hearing about since the very beginning of the season -- is not a rock. It's not even a land mass. It's a ship! An old wooden ship that looks like a set piece from a Las Vegas pirate show. "Black Rock" is the name of the ship. Weirder still, the Black Rock appears to be shipwrecked in the middle of the jungle. There's no beach in sight.

And that's all we get. Everyone stands there with their jaws wagging and then the Black Rock plotline gets cut off. Arrggggh! (Or should I say, "Yaaaaargggh!")

Point 3
Jack

Sawyer
Despite the plethora of island events, a few flashback sequences made their way into the proceedings. The most notable were segments focusing on Jack and Sawyer.

The Jack backstory sequence takes place shortly before he boards Oceanic 815. In an airport bar he meets a woman named Ana-Lucia (played by Michelle Rodriguez from "Girlfight"), who chats and flirts with the good doctor. Their conversation reveals three pieces of key information:

  1. Jack is not married anymore. This has repercussions for the Kate-Jack relationship since we already know that Kate only goes for married guys (whom she then gets killed so she can steal their toy airplanes).

  2. Jack sat in seat 23B on Oceanic 815.

  3. Ana-Lucia was on the same flight, but she was in the back of the plane in seat 42F. This information is made very clear -- in fact, Ana-Lucia repeats her seat number. Somehow I think we'll be seeing Ana-Lucia again, and it won't be in a flashback. Maybe she can swoop in and put an end to the ridiculous Kate-Jack dynamic. (I can hope, right?)

The Sawyer flashback takes place in an Australian police precinct. It appears to be the same precinct seen in "Hearts and Minds." As Sawyer is being interrogated by a police detective, we learn the following:

  • Sawyer is being deported from Australia because he headbutted a high-ranking Australian government official during a bar fight. No one should be surprised by this.
  • Sawyer's real name is James Ford. Sawyer seems genuinely surprised when the detective calls him James, so it would appear that "James Ford" is not an alias.
So that's it with the Jack and Sawyer flashbacks, but don't think this is over just yet -- we've got more Jack/Sawyer stuff to cover. Back on the island, Jack and Sawyer share an important moment mid-way through the show. Jack finds Sawyer alone in the forest, hacking down a tree (he's building a mast for the raft). This is the last time the two will see each other before the raft shoves off. At first, the two engage in typical Alpha Male goodbyes ("GRUNT ... SNORT ... GOOD LUCK ... SNORT ... BURP ... SCRATCH"), but Sawyer calls Jack back. And that's when things get interesting.

In "Outlaws" we learned that Sawyer ran into Jack's Daddy in a bar in Sydney. During their conversation, Jack's Daddy went on and on about how proud he is of his son and how his son is a better doctor -- and a better man -- than he could ever be. Later in that same episode, Sawyer realized that he had previously met Jack's father, but he didn't say anything to Jack. Well, it all comes gushing out in this episode. Sawyer recounts -- to the word -- his conversation with Jack's Daddy. Sawyer doesn't lie, nor does he change any of the facts. He tells Jack straight out that his father was proud of him and that he was sorry their relationship deteriorated. Jack is overwhelmed -- tears well in his eyes and he's unable to speak (and right about now he feels real bad about that torturing incident). It's clearly a breakthrough moment, both for Jack and Sawyer as individual characters and for Jack and Sawyer together. Too bad Sawyer's about to venture into the ocean blue -- the two could have been golf buddies.

Point 4
Sun

Jin
Sun and Jin reconcile at the end of this episode. It's a small scene, but it ranks as one of the most emotional segments in the series. Here's how it plays out:

Moments before launching the raft, Sun presents Jin with a gift. She's written a translation guide that phonetically spells out key English phrases ("Starboard" being one of them, "Michael, shut your goddamn kid up" being another). Jin is moved -- so moved that he breaks down and tells Sun (in Korean) that he's sorry. He's sorry for putting her through so much pain. He says he's been put on the island as punishment for hurting her. Sun tearfully says Jin doesn't need to go. But Jin -- in his noblest moment -- looks at Sun and says he needs to leave so he can save her. Overcome by the sheer emotion of the moment, the two kiss and embrace.

I'll admit it. I got a little misty. It was an excellent scene.

Point 5
Shannon

Boone

Sayid
Boone lives!

Sorta. He shows up in a brief Shannon backstory scene.

The segment takes place in the airport. Shannon is in full bitch mode, flopped across three lounge chairs. Sayid drops his bag on a nearby chair and asks Shannon if she'll keep an eye on his luggage while he runs off for a moment. That's right -- Sayid and Shannon spoke, albeit briefly, before the plane crashed.

But it goes beyond mere speaking ...

Moments later, Boone and Shannon are bickering on an escalator and Shannon says she can do anything she wants to anyone she wants. To prove her point, Shannon finds a security guard and says that an "arab" man just left his bag unattended and then ran off. When asked to describe the man Shannon simply says "uh, arab?" The security guard excitedly mutters into his walkie-talkie as Shannon shoots a smug looks at Boone.

Oddly, this chance meeting didn't come up when Shannon and Sayid were swapping spit in "Do No Harm." Funny how it works out like that.

Shannon also factored into this week's island events. Walt decides to give Vincent (the dog) to Shannon so Vincent can take care of her. Walt says Vincent helped him after his mom died and he believes his trusty yellow lab can lend an ear to Shannon's post-Boone sorrow. Shannon is touched, both by Walt's words and his gesture. She accepts Vincent, but she tells Walt it's only temporary -- Vincent will be his again when Walt returns with a rescue party.

Point 6
Kate I don't know how they wormed Kate's backstory into this episode, but dammit if it wasn't there.

Like all of this week's backstories, Kate's takes place in the airport just before takeoff. Kate sits in an airport security office, her arms are shackled and she's joined by the U.S. Marshall (the one who later dies on the island) and an Australian police officer. The scene is a classic example of "exposition masquerading as drama." The Marshall decides that now is a good time to tell the Australian police officer all about Kate's misdeeds (even though the police officer didn't really ask). We don't learn much during this session beyond some vague clues about Kate's criminal timeline. Nonetheless, here are the high points:

  • The Marshall chased Kate for three years.

  • At some point, Kate started calling the Marshall at home so she could discuss her "mitigating circumstances." The plan backfired -- the Marshall thought Kate was taunting him.

  • Following Tommy's death, the Marshall put Kate's beloved toy airplane into a safe deposit box in New Mexico. He told Kate the plane's whereabouts during one of her calls. Later, she used this information to stage the bank robbery we saw in "Whatever the Case May Be." During the robbery, Kate only took the airplane. She did not take any money.

  • At one point the Marshall morphs into Dr. Phil and declares that Kate's fixation on the airplane represents her need to atone for Tommy's death. No. Really?

And so that's that with the Kate stuff and the episode as a whole. Be sure to drop by our "Lost" Forum for stimulating conversation and conjecture.

Next Episode:
"Exodus, Part 2" -- The rafters encounter a big surprise at sea. Back on the island, the remaining castaways try to blow open the hatch. Note: This is the two-hour season finale. Airs: Wednesday, May 25, 8 p.m., ABC.


Review by Mac Slocum. All photos and episode descriptions © ABC Inc.



Posted by Mac Slocum on May 19, 2005 9:58 AM |




I think you LOST rundowns are awesome and very funny. I just thought I would tell you the new guys name is Dr. Arzt. Keep it up.

#1. Posted by: Patrick at May 19, 2005 11:16 AM

Thanks for the catch! I *knew* that name was going to be trouble.

#2. Posted by: Mac at May 19, 2005 11:23 AM

Great write up! Another key point that should be noted, it'll turn up later, Sawyer is now aboard the raft but armed thanks to Jack. Always follow the guns and number of rounds fired. Acoordingly Sayid should be in possession of the silver case of those pistols not taken into the jungle, they made no point to show anyone armed but the crazed Rousseau with her rifle, unless I missed a flash somewhere.

#3. Posted by: Dave at May 19, 2005 12:38 PM

As always awesome review. Also, wasn't Sayid was being searched at the airport by security before the flight in a past episode; now we know why...

#4. Posted by: Blake at May 19, 2005 1:43 PM

Glad you liked it!

As for Sayid, I think this will be his *second* search. The first one took place at Heathrow airport.

#5. Posted by: Mac at May 19, 2005 1:44 PM

I think the hatch has something to do with "the others"

#6. Posted by: Rachel at May 19, 2005 4:15 PM

But also remember that Michael has the flare gun. Can you say "stand-off" at some point.

#7. Posted by: Terrahawk at May 19, 2005 5:12 PM

No one has been speculating about the black smoke seen in this episode. Here is my guess, and tie-ins with other yet-to-be-revealed details, of which is pure speculation on my part:

The 'hatch' is actually a back door to a survival shelter occupied by a group ('The Others') that went underground decades ago during one of the cold war/nuclear scares since 1945. They come out of their front door entrance once a year and fire-up the diesel generator in order to recharge their batteries - hence the acrid black smoke from an aging diesel.

What do you all think??

#8. Posted by: Highspeed at May 19, 2005 9:58 PM

I assume everyone caught the correlation of the "mysterious" sequence numbers. Jack in fow 23...23 is in the sequence. The new girl was in 42...42 is in the sequence. I wonder what happens at the "hatch" if folks from evey row in the plane show up at the hatch at the same time? Hmmmmmmmmm....

#9. Posted by: Steve at May 20, 2005 7:18 AM

What about in the "scenes from the next" when someone (I think Locke) said "One of us was brought here!" I think that could give people some interesting theories in the future.

#10. Posted by: Kate at May 20, 2005 2:43 PM

Wow, talk about continuity errors...

I noticed the seat numbers/Hurley's numbers right off - and then in tonight's season-ending episode we learned Hurley's seat number 20G, HOWEVER, he seems to end up in a different row - the ticket agent says 'Here's two together.' He ends up further back in the plane, past row 23 (watch carefully), in seats H & I (aha! reading the Spanish-language comic book later found by Walt.)

Oh, yeah - the flight departs from Gate 23. - You think Hurley would notice something like that.

Claire is seated somewhere in this section too, near Arzt, who is in a D seat.

Some other things I noticed- Locke seems to be in 24 or 25D, just back and to the right of Jack in 23A, not 23B as he said in Part 1 (he sits in the wrong seat?).

Said is in a G seat.

Jin is in a D seat and Sun is next to him in E

Sawyer is on the starboard aisle, not sure what seat or section.

Walt is in B (watch as Michael buckles him in), Michael is in C - or are they? When Hurley goes to his seat, they've magically moved into the center aisle. Now Walt is in D and Michael is in E. I think they're in 23, as you can see the row number over Hurley's shoulder as he passes by. So how does that work? Walt is sitting in the lap of Jack? Talk about double-booking.

Kate and the marshall - hard to pin down where they are.

Boone and Shannon are in Business class or First - hard to tell for sure but their seats are nicer. Looks like B and C seats for them.

#11. Posted by: Seat Freak at May 26, 2005 1:48 AM

By the way, during the crash, Jack is in C across the aisle from the woman believes her husband is still alive. So she'd be in 23D.

Locke is visible directly behind her in 24D.

Also during the crash, Kate is in seat I, the agent is in H.

#12. Posted by: Seat Freak at May 26, 2005 1:56 AM

"Boone and Shannon are in Business class or First"

Must be Business class. During the pilot Shannon complained about not getting into First. :)

#13. Posted by: Brian at June 9, 2005 2:22 AM

Where can I find out when this was posted?

#14. Posted by: of jack at November 12, 2005 8:07 AM

Is this blog syndicated anywhere via XML or RSS?

#15. Posted by: gushing at November 14, 2005 2:39 PM

GRAA, Mac.

Now it just so happens that Rousseau does have some dynamite left, but she's stashed it at the "Black Rock" in the "Dark Territory." It's hidden under the "Dirty Mattress" with the "Broken Bedsprings."

Loved it.

#16. Posted by: James at June 12, 2007 11:42 PM

Now that I've reviewed the episode on DVD (and re-read your review, mac) the highly improbable radar for the raft came from the TWIN BEECH! I always thought it was from the L-1011 cockpit section. Rather few African drug smuggling Twin Beeches come equipped with radars - especially radars that can detect sea-surface traffic with battery power. For the non-aviation inclined, airborne radars are generally of the weather trackling variety, tuned for detecting precipitation and turbulence, not air traffic, much less ships on the surface. Sayid must be one electronics genius, all right.

By the by, the aircraft wreckage of flight 815 was indeed an L-1011 bought and pre-sliced at the aircraft storage facility in Mojave, California (they store unneeded, surplus, and obsolete aircraft in the dry desert air there). However the S-3 premiere's CGI looked more like a Boeing 767.

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