Before Jack's out into the hallway, Locke calls after him, "Your father says hello." This stops Jack, so Locke continues: "The man, the man who told me to move the island -- the man who told me how to bring you all back, he said to tell his son hello. It couldn't have been Sayid's father, and it wasn't Hurley's. That leaves you. He said his name was Christian." Jack tells Locke his father is dead. Locke says, "Well, he didn't look dead to me." Jack, who is shaky enough here that he's got to already be using, rails about how he went to Australia to retrieve his body and you know the rest of that song. Locke confesses to Jack that he needs him to come, that Jack's supposed to help him, and see my screed after Abaddon's "path" speech at Helen's grave, John. When your argument amounts to, "You have to do it; it's your fate," you got nothing. If it is fate, you don't have to argue about it, either. Jack says none of them are special and he just wants Locke to leave him and the rest of the Escape-aways alone. He storms out, leaving Locke to stew.
Episode Report CardCindy McLennan: A+ | 2250 USERS: B
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