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Lost Season Two Episode Summaries
"What Kate Did" (#209):


Notes:
  • Kate wears a Janis Joplin t-shirt the night that she waits for Wayne.
  • Kate puts "Walkin' After Midnight" by Patsy Kline on the Hatch's record player.
  • Charlie refers to Lord of the Flies .
  • An inconsistency probably for dramatic purposes: After the car crash in the flashback, Kate has to turn the headlights back on.


  • Unanswered Questions:
  • Who is it that Sawyer loves? Is it Kate? Or someone from his past?
  • How does a black horse end up in the jungle? Does Kate have the same ability as Walt? Or are the out-of-place animals a product of the Island itself?
  • What was Ana Lucia building? Her shelter?
  • Where had Charlie been just prior to the funeral that he had to brush himself off?
  • What are the Hatch's blast doors for? To keep something in the Hatch? Or to keep something out of the Hatch?
  • Did Desmond know about the blast doors? If so, why didn't he mention them?
  • Who cut the missing portion out of the Orientation film and why? Was it the same person who hid it in the Bible that ended up in the "Arrow" Dharma bunker?
  • How could communicating using the computer possibly compromise the integrity of the project or cause another incident?
  • Who was sending messages to the computer and from where? Was it really Walt?
  • How was Michael able to respond when the computer is usually disabled from receiving inputs when the alarm is not going off? Can the Hatch computer initiate communications, or only respond to them?
  • How did Sam know that Kate would kill Wayne if she found out the truth? What else is in Kate and/or Wayne's past that would provoke Kate? Why would Kate have murder on her heart? Just because of the abuse? Or is there more to it?
  • Why didn't Kate's mother ever tell her the truth about Wayne? Even after she was adult?






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