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
44 min

Somewhere ...

The pilot said we're over

a thousand miles off course.

- on a mysterious island ...

- This place is different.

- 48 passengers ...

- If we can't live together ...

survived the crash

of Oceanic 815.

we're gonna die alone.

- 108 days pass ...

- I'm one of the survivors of flight 815.

- and six people find rescue.

- So we can go off the island?

- But their friends ...

- Sawyer!

are left behind.

We need to go back!

And the island ...

is suddenly ...


- Wait! Don't move!

- Anyone?!

- Taking the few who remain ...

- Run!

- on a journey ...

- What the hell is going on?

through time.

We're either in the past

or we're in the future.

Now ...

- flash forward.

- We made a mistake.

- Three years have passed.

- Somebody knows we're lying.

The people I left behind

need our help.

- And those who made it home ...

- It wants us to come back.

What is this place?

- find a way back ...

- Ajira Airways flight 316.

to save their friends ...

You have a bit of a

journey ahead of you.

- to change their fate ...

- Now I know why I'm here.

- to fulfill ...

- You might wanna fasten your seat belt.

their destiny.

There's no turning back now.


"A Journey In Time"

We're coming in for a landing.

Now there's a lot of press

that wanna speak to you.

They're referring to you

as the "Oceanic Six".

The journey of the survivors of Oceanic

and tonight we explore

where both have led.

If we were to sum up season five in sort

of one simple concept, it's "going back".

The first part of the season

was about the Oceanic Six.

If we get any questions that we don't wanna

answer, let's just keep our mouths shut.

- They'll think that we're in shock.

- We are in shock, Jack.

When the season started, we had our

characters in two different places.

We had this group of six characters who

had returned to the real world and then

a bunch of characters who

got left behind on the island.

The island itself had disappeared when

Benjamin Linus, the leader of the Others,

turned an ancient wheel

to move the island

and keep it hidden from

his nemesis, Charles Widmore.

And so to protect the friends

they left behind,

the Oceanic Six agreed to lie

about their entire experience.

We were in the water for over a

day before the current took us in.

By then, there was

only eight of us left.

Ms. Austen, what was it like

giving birth on the island?


Mr. Jarrah, is it possible

there are any other survivors

- from the crash yet to be discovered?

- Absolutely not.

We come to realize that

there's an entire chapter

after that for Jack and for

all the other characters.

They come back, and they discover there's

nothing left for them in the real world.

There's this sort of gnawing sensation

that there is a greater destiny to be had.

Hello? Who's there?

The island needs you.

You have to go back.

Kate is rising

Claire's son Aaron as her own.

She knows that Claire, who's

Aaron's mother, is now gone.

And the only way that she can

protect Aaron to say he is hers.

- And we later realize ...

- Hey!

emotionally, Kate is still

reeling from Sawyer's decision

- to jump off of the helicopter.

- Sawyer!

This man that she really loved

left her, abandoned her,

- decided to stay behind on the island.

- What a coward.

- He was trying to do the right thing.

- He was trying to get away from you.

She's trying to heal

the emotional scar left

by Sawyer taking himself

out of the equation.

He made his choice.

He chose to stay.

And ever since that moment, Jack

has wondered, what did he say to her?

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