The Patriot Resource - Lost

Season 4 Episode List:
Episode - Lost: Past, Present and Future; Recap; January 31, 2008
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: Past, Present & Future" 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 fourth season premiere 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.

Episode 1: The Beginning of the End; "Hurley" Episode;
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Jack Bender; January 31, 2008
Feeling that their rescue is close at hand, the survivors don't know whether OR NOT to believe Charlie's final message that the people claiming to liberate them are not who they seem to be.

Episode 2: Confirmed Dead; A "Freighter-People" Episode;
Written by Drew Goddard & Brian K. Vaughan; Directed by Stephen Williams; February 7, 2008
The survivors begin to question the intentions of their supposed rescuers when four strangers arrive on the island.

Episode 3: The Economist; A "Sawyer" Episode;
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Jack Bender; February 14, 2008
Locke's hostage may be the key to getting off the island, so Sayid and Kate go in search of their fellow castaway in an attempt to negotiate a peaceful deal.

Episode 4: Eggtown; A "Kate" Episode;
Written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Greggory Nations; Directed by Stephen Williams; February 21, 2008
Kate's need to get information out of the hostage may jeopardize her standing with Locke -- as well as with Sawyer.

Episode 5: The Constant; A "Desmond" Episode;
Written by Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof; Directed by Jack Bender; February 28, 2008
Sayid and Desmond hit a bit of turbulence on the way to the freighter, which causes Desmond to experience some unexpected side effects.

Episode 6: The Other Woman; A "Juliet" Episode;
Written by Drew Goddard & Christina M. Kim; Directed by Eric Laneuville; March 6, 2008
Juliet receives an unwelcome visit from someone from her past and is given orders to track down Charlotte and Faraday in order to stop them from completing their mission -- by any means necessary. Meanwhile, Ben offers Locke an enticing deal.

Episode 7: Ji Yeon; A "Jin/Sun" Episode;
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Stephen Semel; March 13, 2008
Juliet is forced to reveal some startling news to Jin when Sun threatens to move to Locke's camp. Meanwhile, Sayid and Desmond begin to get an idea of the freighter crew's mission when they meet the ship's Captain.

Episode 8: Meet Kevin Johnson; A"Michael" Episode;
Written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Brian K. Vaughan; Directed by Stephen Williams; March 20, 2008
Sayid confronts Ben's spy on the freighter, and Ben urges daughter Alex to flee Locke's camp in order to survive an impending attack.

Episode 9: The Shape of Things to Come; A "Ben" Episode;
Written by Brian K. Vaughan & Drew Goddard; Directed by Jack Bender; April 24, 2008
Locke's camp comes under attack, and Jack tries to discover the identity of a body that has washed ashore.

Episode 10: Something Nice Back Home; A "Jack" Episode;
Written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz; Directed by Stephen Williams; May 1, 2008
When Jack's health is seriously compromised, Kate and Juliet must learn to work together in order to save him; and something goes wrong as Sawyer, Claire, Aaron and Miles continue their trek away from Locke's camp and back to the beach.

Episode 11: Cabin Fever; A "Locke" Episode
Written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Kyle Pennington; Directed by Paul Edwards; May 8, 2008
Locke is enlightened as to the whereabouts of Jacob's cabin, and life aboard the freighter becomes perilous.

Episode 12: There's No Place Like Home, Part 1;
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Stephen Williams; May 15, 2008
The face-off between the survivors and the freighter people begins.

Episode 13: There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3 (2 hours);
Written by Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse; Directed by Jack Bender; May 29, 2008
The face-off between the survivors and the freighter people continues, and the Oceanic Six find themselves closer to rescue.







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