finale Eve! Do you have goosebumps yet? You ready for your freakin' mind to get blown? There's no doubt that all you Lost
fans out there are going to have a difficult time sleeping tonight, that concentrating at work tomorrow is going to be impossible, that your thoughts will be monopolized by mystery coffin inhabitants, the fates of your favorite 815 survivors, and what Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have concocted for Lost's
fourth season finale. People will die, mysteries will be solved, questions asked. When, during tomorrow's two-hour episode, will that epiphany hit you, the Jack and Kate at the airport moment? Before the episode arrives, let's clear up where each of our favorite characters left us after the part one of “There's No Place Like Home.”
Sayid and Kate
Both going back into the jungle on their way to find Jack, Sayid and Kate run into Richard Alpert and a whole band of Others. They are led to destinations unknown by the gun-toting Others.
Locke, Ben and Hurley
The unlikely trio arrive at the Orchid Station only to find it surrounded by Keamy and his men. They need to get inside. Ben tells Locke exactly where to go once inside the station, then walks into the Lion's Den, straight towards Keamy and his men, with his hands up. Keamy pistol whips Ben, presumably knocking him out.
Jack and Sawyer
Jack and Sawyer finally find the chopper, within which Lapidus is handcuffed. They release him and find out that Ben, Locke and Hurley are off to the Orchid Station. They have to rescue Hurley.
Jin, Sun, Aaron and Daniel
Daniel takes to shuttling people to the freighter and back. In the first group is Jin and Sun. Kate, going with Sayid after Jack, gives Aaron to Sun to take care of. They arrive back at the freighter, only to be shocked by Michael's presence.
Michael and Desmond
They fix the engine, which means the freighter can get moving. However, they also find a room in the freighter lined with a ton of C4. Not good.
As you can see, there is an incredible amount of stuff going on that needs to be resolved in tomorrow's two-hour finale. It's going to be a long wait until then.
-Oscar Dahl, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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