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Episode 4.11: Cabin Fever (locke-centric)


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Episode 4.11: Title Unknown (Locke-centric)

Airdate: May 8, 2008

  • 04/03 - Waimano Home is a former mental institution turned government office and laboratory hidden high in the mountains above Pearl City in Leeward O'ahu. Its drab, concrete walls and stark halls made it the perfect location to shoot a hospital scene. The wardrobe suggests that we'll be visiting the 1950s, and possibly another decade in the past. The where and the when, though, is nowhere near as interesting as the who. The flashback revolves around John Locke (Terry O'Quinn), and it's a flashback to the very beginning of his story: his birth. We'll also see Emily, his mother, in her younger days (presumably before her time in Santa Rosa, and before she betrays John Locke for his father's kidney hunt). But someone else is wandering the hospital: the ageless and eerie Richard Alpert, looking quite dapper in a suit. Source: The Transmission
  • 03/30 - Mother - Caucasian, late 30s, with red hair and blue or green eyes, Frazzled, annoyed, trying to keep her daughter under control and tired of dealing with her when she seems to only make one bad decision after the other. Gellert - Any ethnicity, 30s-40s. High school chemistry teacher, intelligent and understanding, he offers a bright student the chance of a lifetime but becomes resentful when the offer is refused. Florence - Any ethnicity, late 30s. A foster mother who is worn out and overwhelmed. She is charmed by an unexpected visitor she anxiously hopes might help her situation, but she turns punitive when it doesn't go well. Susie - Any ethnicity, 30s to 40s. A nurse working the late shift who unexpectedly has to help deliver a baby. Professional and compassionate, she tries to help the mother adjust to her new reality. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 03/17 - Five-year-old Boy - Caucasian, green eyes, sweet, shy, tentative and smart. Has to take a test and becomes nervous about passing. Teenage Boy - Plays as 16 or 17, Caucasian, green eyes. Angry, a little nerdy, defiant and rebellious. There's a lot more to this kid than meets the eye. Tries to fight back against older, stronger boys but is pushed into a locker. Teenage Girl - Plays as 16, Caucasian, red hair (or willing to dye hair red). Emotional, prone to dramatic gestures, passionately in love and fights with her Mom about it. Source: Lost Spoilers
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Episode 4.11: Title Unknown (Locke-centric)

Airdate: May 8, 2008

  • 04/06 - The Lost production team is working double-time to deliver the last five episodes of Season 4. Thursday found them working all over the island for Episode 4.11, a Locke-centric outing. In the morning, they finished up at Waimano Home in Pearl City, with Terry O'Quinn and Lance Reddick on the scene. At the same time, a second unit was at work at Manoa Falls Trail, filming an on-island scene. Emilie DeRavin, Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim, Rebecca Mader and Jeremy Davies trekked through the jungle past a simple wooden Dharma door. After lunch, the action moved to Leilehua High School in Wahiawa. Students and cheerleaders in 1960s garb brought us to Cowan Heights (near Tustin, CA) to witness Locke's struggles at sixteen. It looks like our "Man of Faith" has had issues with science for a long, long time. [...] Late word from Wahiawa United Methodist Church, reporting several "gorgeous" 1950s or 1960s cars. And one of them was apparently enlisted to film a dramatic scene in which a little girl (perhaps five years of age) runs out of a house and gets struck in the street. Source: The Transmission
  • 04/06 - They filmed at Leilehua High School today (04/03/08). There was a high school logo that said "Cowin Heights Knights." [They filmed] some kid coming out of a locker. Source: Lost Spoilers
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Episode 4.11: Cabin Fever (Locke-centric)

Airdate: May 8, 2008

  • 04/23 - The last three episodes include only one flashback, which the producers say will be a mythically significant outing for... someone. The rumor: Locke. Source: Entertainment Weekly
  • 04/21 - Locke is enlightened as to the whereabouts of Jacob's cabin, and life aboard the freighter becomes perilous. Guest starring are Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Lance Reddick as Matthew Abaddon, Marc Vann as doctor, Kevin Durand as Keamy, Anthony Azizi as Omar, Grant Bowler as Captain Gault, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Holland Roden as Emily, Rebecca Tilney as Emily's mother, Amanda Carlin as ER nurse, Patrick Torres as ER doctor, Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Matthew Pedersen as physical therapist, Mandy June Turpin as Florence, Sarah Duval as Melissa, Charles Henry Wyson as John Locke (age 5), Phil Abrams as Gellert and Caleb Steinmeyer as John Locke (age 16). Source: ABC
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"Cabin Fever" spoiler

Source: TV Guide, Michael Ausiello

Question: In last week's Ask Ausiello, you said Nestor Carbonell would be appearing in Locke's flashback episode of Lost on May 1. Did you mean May 8?

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LOST "Cabin Fever" Sneak Peeks

Source: ABC and Youtube

Cabin Fever Sneak Peek 1

Cabin Fever Sneak Peek 2

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I will be visiting my mom this weekend for Mother's Day so I won't be able to watch the show (ARGH!!) or post until Monday. Anyway, please be sure to posts your thoughts on "Cabin Fever" and I'll respond, hopefully, by Monday night.

It should be another AMAZING episode!

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, TV SHOW BLOGS

Lost

by Trish Wethman

Episode Recap: Cabin Fever

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One word to describe this episode- mind-boggling!

What I learned:

1. Something has definitely happened to Claire-bear. Is she dead? Alive? Is that really her?

2. The seemingly ageless Richard Alpert has known of Locke since his birth...or conception? :animated_scratchchin:

3. Richard must be a time traveler- but like Ben or like Desmond? And if so, who is his constant?

4. As a boy, Locke wasn't very good at tests.

5. If I ever find myself having to take a test like the one Richard gave to Locke, I should never ever choose the knife.

6. Despite learning that Ben was personally involved in a mass slaughter, Hurley was still willing to share his candy bar. Aww, what a sweet heart!

7. In high school, Locke wanted to be a "real man" and not some sissy science nerd so he turned down the opportunity to attend Mittelos Labs bioscience camp. I smell a course correction.

8. Abaddon is the one who planted the cool "walkabout" idea in Locke's head.

9. What is it with water? Locke's mom runs out in the rain and gets hit by a car. Richard shows up at 5-year old Locke's doorstep in the rain. Thinking back to other episodes...in one of Desmond's "incredibly journeys" he meets Charlie and it begins to rain. Widmore leaves the faucet running in the restroom after his encounter with Desmond... :animated_scratchchin:

9. Keamy is really, really evil and needs to die. Now.

10. The island must be moved...now this I gotta see!

11. Destiny is a fickle bitch.

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