Two For The Road
Season 2 | Episode 220 | Aired 05/02/2006
Jack and Kate stumble across an unconscious Michael deep in the jungle. And while Jack is primed and ready for a confrontation with the Others, it is Kate who forces him to deal with the task at hand: Michael needs medical attention and he needs it back at the Hatch.<br><br>Speaking of the Hatch, Ana Lucia receives a nasty surprise when she goes into the armory to deliver a bowl of food to a dejected Henry. Only Locke's last minute intervention is enough to save her life. And while Locke is desperate for answers to his questions, he knows that time with Henry is running out fast.<br><br>In FLASHBACK, we see Ana Lucia confronted by her mother who's also her captain upon returning to the station after a shift. It seems a body has been found in a parking lot. And it just happens to be the same guy who confessed to shooting Ana Lucia. But when Captain Cortez tries to offer her daughter her help, Ana Lucia quits the force and runs away all the way to Australia. <br><br> Turns out she met a guy at the airport; a guy who was running away from his own problems and the two of them forged a dysfunctional partnership. She agreed to go to Australia to "protect him" and he agreed not to ask too many questions. Hard to believe it didn't last long <br><br>Michael is being cared for in the Hatch. He's regained consciousness and the information he presents is startling. He knows where Walt is. And the Others have been lying about their strength. As soon as he is strong enough, Michael is going to return to their camp in force. And he is going to take his son back. The entire camp is activated, caught somewhere between hopeful and terrified at what this all means. <br><br>In light of her recent troubles, Ana Lucia is desperate to get her hands on a gun. And when she barters with Sawyer we learn just how far she is willing to go to get what she wants. <br><br>Hurley attempts to move his relationship with Libby to the next step and asks her on an honest to goodness date. And we can't help feeling happy to see that, even here, good things can happen.<br><br>But it's just not that simple now, is it? And this wouldn't be <i>LOST</i> if things ended up happy and hopeful. So, as the episode draws to a close we are taught yet another lesson about the dark side of mankind... and what we are capable of doing when there appears to be no other choice.