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Locke 3 Times on the Ceiling if You Want Me

L.A. Reality; Temp Agency: Suzanne Krull's character, Lynn Karnoff, is back, but instead of pretending to be a fortune teller at the behest of Papa Cheech, she's now in Hurley's employ. I'm so gonna miss this show. Anyhow Karnoff asks Locke, "What kind of animal would you describe yourself as?" A lemming? Maybe not. Locke isn't playing this game, so Karnoff changes tacks. "Would you describe yourself as a people person?" Locke, bless him, asks to speak to a supervisor. Here she comes... it's Rose! She laughs knowingly at Locke's frustration with the dumb questions and gets down to business. Live Locke asks about the open position for a construction site coordinator. When Rose suggests he be a bit more realistic, Live Locke snaps, "What do you know about 'realistic'?" Rose tells him just what she knows: "I have cancer -- terminal cancer." Oh crap. Right now, I hate you, L.A. Reality. I hate your stinky, slimy, smoggy guts. Rose tries to talk him out of his denial phase and into acceptance. "When the doctors first told me, I had a hard time accepting it, but eventually I got past the denial part and I got back to living whatever life I have left. So, how about we find you a job you can do?" Oh Rose, how like you.

Island Reality; Jungle Trek: While Faucke leads the way, Sawyer asks if he reads and if he's read Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. Faucke says it was a little after his time. Sawyer sums it up. "Lenny's kind of slow, causing George problems. George walks him out in the woods -- tells him to look out yonder and picture the pretty little house they're going to live in one day. Then he shoots Lenny in the back of the head." Faucke stops and quips that doesn't sound like a happy ending. Sawyer says "It ain't," cocks his gun, and aims it as he wonders aloud what would happen if he put a bullet in Faucke's head. I'm pretty sure I know what would happen to you, Sawyer. Faucke faces him and says, "Why don't we find out." Sawyer doesn't lower the gun. "What are you?" Faucke says, "What I am -- is trapped. And I've been trapped for so long, that I don't even remember what it feels like to be free. Maybe you can understand that. But before I was trapped, I was a man, James, just like you." Sawyer's not convinced, but Faucke says it's the truth. He claims to know joy, pain, fear, betrayal and loss. "If you want to shoot me, shoot me. But you're so close, James. It would be such a shame to turn back now." He turns his back on Sawyer and sallies forth. Sawyer sighs and lowers his weapon. We cut to...

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