[S1E6] Lost And Found VERIFIED
Meanwhile, Sun is shocked to see Jin attack Michael on the beach for no apparent reason. James "Sawyer" Ford (Josh Holloway) and Sayid Jarrah (Naveen Andrews) manage to subdue and handcuff Jin to the wreckage. Michael says the attack was racially motivated, which he later tells his son, Walt Lloyd (Malcolm David Kelley), is not true. Sun finds Michael alone, and in fluent English says, "I need to talk to you." Michael is shocked that she speaks English. Sun tells him that Jin is unaware of this, and explains that Jin angrily attacked Michael because of the watch he's wearing, which belongs to her father. Michael says he just found it in the wreckage and it's nothing important.
[S1E6] Lost and Found
The episode has received mostly positive reviews. In her 2006 work Finding Lost: The Unofficial Guide, Nikki Stafford called it "an excellent episode, with a beautiful, mournful musical score." Robert Dougherty, author of the 2008 book Lost Episode Guide for Others: An Unofficial Anthology, deemed the "smaller, character driven" episode a "must see". He cited its showcase of Yunjin Kim and the revelations surrounding Jin and Sun's relationship, though Dougherty admitted some viewers might have found these minor characters uninteresting.
After Taylor (Hayley Erin) ran off last week, Alison (Sasha Pieterse) and Mona were determined to find her and Mona urged Alison to get Taylor to go public (or at least reveal herself to her mom). While Alison had to help with the fashion show as the faculty advisor, Mona went off to snoop around Taylor's RV. She hit the jackpot when she found a secret compartment that has a Beacon Guard hub hidden inside. This BG hub tracks people and Mona noticed that the Hotchkiss family listed Peter (the dad, BH01), Claire (BH02), Taylor (BH03), Nolan (BH05) and some unnamed person labeled BH04. The way the family members were listed seems to imply that there is some unknown Hotchkiss child that falls between Taylor and Nolan.
- Alison: "How do I explain Taylor?" Mona: "You found the dead girl whose brother was killed based off a rose you found in a cabin and a map of Oz, then you brought said dead girl back to Beacon Heights -- despite my warnings -- only to have her disappear again? That seems right."Alison: "Yeah, well, when you say it like that..."
In short, this entire series has impressed us with how quickly it found its footing, its niche, and played adeptly to the *two* target audiences (the tween/teen primary viewers, and the adults likely watching along), and a finale such as this exemplifies that quality.
In the woods by the beach, Michael chops bamboo but is interrupted by Sun. Before he has time to react properly, she says, "I need to talk to you" in perfect English. Michael stands stunned. She reveals Jin does not know she speaks English, which is why she has not done so publicly, and that the watch Michael found in the wreckage had been entrusted to Jin by her father. Protecting it is "a question of honor" for Jin. Sun says that she can fix the situation, but she needs Michael's help.
With perseverance she is able to climb out and reach her brother. These memories play a huge role in the episode as Wandering Blade and Po are trying to find the lost city in the middle of the desert.
Tom Chivers' book London Clay: Journeys in the Deep City is erudite and meticulously researched, but it's also funny, poetic and at times very moving. Tom digs down below the surface of the city to find its ancient, lost rivers, whilst also examining his own past. The book is part geological, part historical, and part reflective. 041b061a72