The Patriot Resource - Lost

Season 3 Episode List:
Episode - Lost: A Tale of Survival; Recap; September 27, 2006
Feeling lost? Having a hard time keeping up with what's happening on the island? ABC has the remedy for what ails you by inviting both new and avid "Lost" viewers to take an insider's look at the most talked about, critically acclaimed show on television. "Lost: A Tale of Survival" will explore the series in a way that will bring new viewers up to date, but which current viewers will also find illuminating. From the back stories of some of the most compelling characters on television to the mysteries of the island, "Lost: A Tale of Survival" will provide an insightful glimpse into the lives of the survivors of Oceanic Airlines flight 815.

Episode 1: A Tale of Two Cities; "Jack" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Story by Damon Lindelof; Teleplay by J.J. Abrams & Damon Lindelof; Directed by Jack Bender; October 4, 2006
Jack, Kate and Sawyer begin to discover what they are up against as prisoners of "The Others."

Episode 2: The Glass Ballerina; A "Jin/Sun" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Jeff Pinkner & Drew Goddard; Directed by Paul Edwards; October 11, 2006
Sayid's plan to locate Jack places Sun and Jin's lives in grave danger. Meanwhile, Kate and Sawyer are forced to work in harsh conditions by their captors, and Henry makes a very tempting offer to Jack that may prove difficult to refuse.

Episode 3: Further Instructions; A "Locke" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Carlton Cuse & Elizabeth Sarnoff; Directed by Stephen Williams; October 18, 2006
The fates of Locke, Eko and Desmond are revealed after the implosion of the hatch, while Hurley returns to the beach camp to tell the tale of what happened when he, Jack, Kate and Sawyer encountered "The Others." Meanwhile, Claire is shocked to find Nikki and Paulo in Jack's tent.

Episode 4: Every Man for Himself; A "Sawyer" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Stephen Williams; October 25, 2006
Sawyer discovers just how far his captors will go to thwart any plans of escape he and Kate might have, and Jack is called upon to scrub up in order to save the life of one of "The Others." Meanwhile, Desmond's behavior begins to perplex the survivors when he starts construction on an unknown device.

Episode 5: The Cost of Living; An "Eko" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Alison Schapker & Monica Owusu-Breen; Directed by Jack Bender; November 1, 2006
A delirious Eko wrestles with past demons; some of the castaways go to the Pearl station to find a computer they can use to locate Jack, Kate and Sawyer; Jack does not know who to trust when two of the Others are at odds with each other.

Episode 6: I Do; A "Kate" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Tucker Gates; November 8, 2006
Jack makes a decision regarding Ben's offer; Kate feels helpless when it looks like Pickett is going to make good on his threat to kill Sawyer; Locke discovers a hidden message that may guide him through the next steps of his journey to unlocking the secrets of the island.

Episode - Lost Survivor Guide; Recap; 2/7/07
Hosted by "Lost" executive producers Damon Lindelof (also a co-creator of the show) and Carlton Cuse, the special will be told in a linear fashion, culminating from pieces of the back stories revealed over multiple episodes in the series, "Lost Survivor Guide" focuses on the flashbacks of a core of characters -- illustrating who they were and what they were doing before the crash, and how the island has changed their lives, for better or worse. In addition, the island itself will be explored - culled from events that have taken place - which may reveal some of its secrets that might have been missed upon first viewing.

Episode 7: Not in Portland; A "Juliet" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Carlton Cuse & Jeff Pinkner; Directed by Stephen Williams; February 7, 2007
Jack is in command, as the fate of one of The Others' lives rests in his hand. Meanwhile, Kate and Sawyer find an ally in one of The Others, and Juliet makes a shocking decision that could endanger her standing with her people.

Episode 8: Flashes Before Your Eyes; "Desmond" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Damon Lindelof & Drew Goddard; Directed by Jack Bender; February 14, 2007
A suspicious Hurley enlists Charlie to help him drag the truth out of Desmond, who has been acting strangely ever since the hatch implosion.

Episode 9: Stranger in a Strange Land; A "Jack" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim; Directed by Paris Barclay; February 21, 2007
A power play ensues between Jack and "The Others" as Juliet's future hangs in the balance. Meanwhile, Kate, Sawyer and Karl continue on their journey away from "Alcatraz."

Episode 10: Tricia Tanaka Is Dead; A "Hurley" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Eric Laneuville; February 28, 2007
Hurley's discovery of an old, wrecked car on the island leads him on a mission of hope not only for himself, but for a fellow survivor in need of some faith. Meanwhile, Kate and Sawyer reunite with their fellow castaways, but Kate is still torn about leaving Jack behind with "The Others."

Episode 11: Enter 77; A "Sayid" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Stephen Williams; March 7, 2007
Locke, Sayid and Kate investigate a strange structure and its mysterious inhabitant. Meanwhile, Sawyer competes in a ping-pong competition to get back his belongings.

Episode 12: Par Avion; A "Claire" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Christina M. Kim & Jordan Rosenberg; Directed by Paul Edwards; March 14, 2007
Claire becomes suspicious of Charlie when he exhibits peculiar behavior after she comes up with an idea that could get everybody rescued. Meanwhile, tensions mount between Sayid and Locke as they continue their trek to rescue Jack.

Episode 13: The Man From Tallahassee; A "Locke" Episode; Episode Summary Now Available
Written by Drew Goddard & Jeff Pinkner; Directed by Jack Bender; March 21, 2007
Ben tries to persuade a determined Locke to call off his destructive plan by offering him some of the secrets of the island, and Kate's reunion with Jack does not go off as planned when she discovers that he has made a deal with "The Others."

Episode 14: Exposé; A "Nikki/Paulo" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Stephen Williams; March 28, 2007
Hurley begins to suspect that Sawyer may be involved in an island mystery surrounding two fellow survivors. Sun learns the truth about her past kidnapping attempt by "The Others."

Episode 15: Left Behind; A "Kate" Episode; Selected Promo Pics | Episode Summary
Written by Damon Lindelof & Elizabeth Sarnoff; Directed by Karen Gaviola; April 4, 2007
After discovering that one of her own has betrayed her to "The Others," Kate is left to fend for herself in the jungle with Juliet. Meanwhile, Hurley warns Sawyer to change his selfish ways and make amends with his fellow survivors or he may face a vote of banishment.

Episode 16: One of Us; A "Juliet" Episode
Written by Carlton Cuse & Drew Goddard; Directed by Jack Bender; April 11, 2007
Jack's joyous reunion with his fellow survivors is cut short when they realize that accompanying him is one of "The Others," and Claire is stricken by a mysterious, life-threatening illness.

Episode 17: Catch-22; A "Desmond" Episode; April 18, 2007
Written by Jeff Pinkner & Brian K. Vaughan; Directed by Stephen Williams
Desmond coaxes Charlie, Hurley and Jin on a trek across the jungle after experiencing one of his future-prophesizing "flashes" -- but is he purposely placing Charlie's life in harm's way? Meanwhile, Kate turns to an unwitting Sawyer after seeing Jack alone with Juliet.

Episode 18: D.O.C.; A "Jin/Sun" Episode; April 25, 2007
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Fred Toye
A newly focused Locke breaks away from "The Others" in an attempt to persuade Sawyer to help rid them of a great nemesis that has caused nothing but pain in both of their lives. Meanwhile, a new island inhabitant discloses some shocking information about Oceanic Flight 815.

Episode 19: The Brig; A "Locke" Episode; May 2, 2007
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Eric Laneuville
A newly focused Locke breaks away from "The Others" in an attempt to persuade Sawyer to help rid them of a great nemesis that has caused nothing but pain in both of their lives. Meanwhile, a new island inhabitant discloses some shocking information about Oceanic Flight 815.

Episode 20: The Man Behind the Curtain; A "Ben" Episode; May 9, 2007
Written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Drew Goddard; Directed by Bobby Roth
Ben begrudgingly begins to introduce Locke to the secrets of the island, beginning with the mysterious Jacob. Meanwhile, Juliet's secret goes public.

Episode 21: Greatest Hits; A "Charlie" Episode; May 16, 2007
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Stephen Williams
While Jack devises a plan to do away with "The Others" once and for all, Sayid uncovers a flaw in "The Others'" system that could lead to everyone's rescue. But it requires Charlie to take on a dangerous task that may make Desmond's premonition come true.

Episode - Lost: The Answers; Recap; May 17, 2007
ABC once again invites new and avid "Lost" viewers to take another look at one of the most talked about and critically acclaimed shows. "Lost: The Answers" will explore the series in a way that will bring new viewers up to date -- but which current viewers will also find illuminating - in anticipation of the Season Finale episode. The special will take an in-depth look at the mysteries of both the island and its inhabitants and recap the secrets that have been revealed, as well as those that remain unanswered. Hosted by "Lost" executive producers Damon Lindelof (also a co-creator of the show) and Carlton Cuse, the special will revisit mysteries that have been solved, including why a polar bear is on an island in the South Pacific, who the real father of Sun's baby is, what caused the crash of Oceanic flight 815, who was in the hatch, what happened to the Dharma group, how Locke ended up in a wheelchair, what Kate did to become one of America's most wanted, and the identity of the real Sawyer -- who conned James Ford's parents - leading to their deaths. In addition, mysteries that remain unsolved will also be explored.

Episode 22: Through the Looking Glass; A "Jack" Episode; May 23, 2007
Written by Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof; Directed by Jack Bender






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