Lost: A Journey in Time

Synopsis: What does it mean that Locke is alive? How did the Oceanic 6 get back to the island? And why is the island skipping through time? Those are just some of the questions LOST producers will be answering just in time for the LOST Season Finale.
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
8.0
Year:
2009
44 min
21 Views


I want you to come with me.

- We're not going back, are we?

- No, just somewhere safe.

I don't think we should lie, dude.

I mean, the island disappeared ... Bloop!

You think anyone's gonna believe that?

They're gonna think you're crazy.

Hurley really resists telling this lie.

Of all our characters, he's sort

of the most morally grounded.

Surprise!

Interesting choice of theme.

Yeah. My Mom ...

really doesn't get it, dude.

For a while, Hurley seems to be

living a fairly good existence.

He gives away all his money.

He occasionally sort of crashes

at his parents' house.

But then he starts to become

haunted by visions of Charlie.

Help! Help!

What the hell

is wrong with you?

He gets himself thrown

into a psychiatric hospital.

- I saw Charlie.

- Take your meds, Hurley.

Charlie said someone's gonna

be visiting you, too ... soon.

Jack Shephard was the character who

wanted the most to get off the island.

Good-Bye, John.

The rest of us are going home.

- You're not supposed to go home.

- Then what am I supposed to do?!

You know that you're

here for a reason.

And if you leave,

that knowledge is gonna eat you alive.

Once he got back

to the real world, however,

he discovered that things were

not what he expected.

I miss you.

He finally gets to bury his father,

even though he doesn't have the body.

- He resumed his practice.

- Jack?

He had these problems in that he

was seeing his dead father around,

and that was very disturbing.

He starts popping pills and drinking.

The great and glorious life

that he was expecting

to return to off the island

didn't really exist.

But he's very steadfast in his

decision to leave the island.

I don't think we did the

right thing, Jack.

Hurley ...

- It's gonna do everything it can ...

- We're never going back!

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