Meanwhile, it's nighttime for Sawyer, Juliet, Charlotte, Miles, and Daniel -- and they gaze into the abyss -- that is -- into the crater which contains the remains of the hatch. In answer to Miles' question, Juliet explains that they're looking at what was once a Dharma station, where a man named Desmond lived and pushed a button every 108 minutes in order to save the world. Yep it still sounds crazy, and not just to us, Sawyer and Juliet, but to Charlotte and Miles as well. Daniel doesn't get in the shot, but if he did, I'm pretty sure he'd look constipated. The buzzing sound returns. Everyone grabs their heads and/or shields their eyes -- bracing for the brilliant white light, which soon follows. Once it has passed, our gang finds itself atop the still well-hidden original-recipe hatch. Juliet digs at the greenery until she reveals the hatch door. Everyone takes this in for a moment, then Sawyer takes off for the back door -- to get some supplies. Daniel tries to talk him out of it, but Sawyer resists. "The sky can flash all it wants, but I ain't starting over, Dilbert." Heh. "I ain't rubbin' two sticks together and making 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." Daniel tries to explain the rules to James. Since Desmond didn't know Sawyer when he first exited the hatch, the two can't meet.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: A | 2106 USERS: B
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