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Episode 5.10: Title Unknown

Airdate: March 18, 2009

  • 12/04 - Young Boy: 8, must speak Arabic. Quiet and thoughtful who loves his older brother and is protective of him, can do what his father asks calmly and coolly. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 11/26 - Father: 40s, must speak Arabic. A domineering and quick-tempered father who's trying to bring his boys up properly. Feels he has to teach his son a lesson about how to be a real man. Older boy: 12, must speak Arabic. Sensitive and kind-hearted, he's scared of his domineering father and knows he's a sad disappointment. Ivan: Late 30s to late 40s, pudgy, must have a Russian accent, wealthy, upper-class and has lived the good life, but gambling debts have caught up with him. Now he fears for his life from the Russian mob. Source: Lost Spoilers
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Episode 5.10: He's Our You

Airdate: March 18, 2009

  • 12/12 - [A scene set in Russia] was for Naveen Andrews, who stalked about dressed all in black (including a leather jacket). Most of the action happened behind closed doors, but the last scene depicted Sayid coming out of the building, holding something inside his jacket, and walking away. Bags of ice were spread across the sidewalk to depict snow. Interestingly, the same thing was done one block east on this same street for another Sayid scene (leaving a restaurant in Berlin). [...] After sundown, they turned up at Bishop Museum, where the show had recreated yet another Russian locale . According to my friend Jeff, a museum employee, both Naveen Andrews and Michael Emerson were on hand. He said they were in Red Square, and that fake snow was sprayed on the side of Hawaiian Hall and on cars parked along the lane. Source: The Transmission
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A few small snippets from Episode 10:

Juliet works at the motor pool - Kate joins her

Roger Workman Linus makes an appearance in this episode.

Source: DarkUFO

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THE LIVES OF EVERYONE ON THE ISLAND ARE IN DANGER WHEN ONE OF THE SURVIVORS GOES ROGUE, ON ABC'S "LOST"

"He's Our You" - Things begin to unravel when one of the survivors goes rogue and takes matters into their own hands -- risking the lives of everyone on the island -- on "Lost," WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"Lost" stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Jeremy Davies as Daniel Faraday, Michael Emerson as Ben, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Ken Leung as Miles, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Elizabeth Mitchell as Juliet and Terry O'Quinn as Locke.

Guest starring are Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Reiko Aylesworth as Amy, Sterling Beaumon as young Ben, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Eric Lange as Radzinsky, Jon Gries as Roger Linus, William Sanderson as Oldham, Sayed Bedreya as Iraqi father, Xavier Raabe-Manupule as 12-year-old Iraqi boy, Dmitri Boudrine as Ivan, Michael Hardy as Floyd, Joe Toro as bartender, Achilles Gacis as guy in car and Anthony Keyvan as young Sayid.

"He's Our You" was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Greg Yaitanes.

Source: ABC

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Three Sneak Peeks- Episode 5.10:"He's Our You"

sneak peek 1

sneak peek 2

sneak peek 3

...and now we know who the title refers to and who says the line...:cry:

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EW's Doc Jensen's teasers for tonight's episode:

1. Sayid meets a Hot Chick in a bar... and ends up getting handcuffed.

2. Chickens and Chicken Salad play a prominent role.

3. The Dharma Initiative has their own Sayid - a torturer. Hence the title, "He's Our You"

4. Hurley saw it coming - the Purge.

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One thing to say about last night's episode:

YOU CANNOT SHOW THAT ON TELEVISION!!

Holy smokes!

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Heck yeah I'm talking about what happened at the end.

And what was the deal with hitting Jin??

I was kind of PO'ed about the voting night. I guess I was expecting ONE non-hostile to not behave like a savage.

BTW - where's Hurley and Miles?

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Courtesy of: TV GUIDE, TV SHOW RECAPS

Lost Episode Recap: "He's Our You"

Mar 26, 2009 01:41 AM ET by Mickey O'Connor

Wednesday's episode of Lost centered on Sayid, as we learned how he became a killer, how he ended up doing the bidding of Benjamin Linus and how Ilana managed to get him to board Ajira Flight 316. The new Dharma recruits settled into their groovy new lives, but it was not without tension as Kate and Juliet squared off over Sawyer, Sawyer tried his best to play double agent and Jack and Hurley sampled dipping sauces.

Namaste, y'all! Thanks to my esteemed colleague Adam Bryant for filling in for me last week while I was in Florida (golf, cocktails, dinner, repeat), and thanks to all of you for being generally very well-behaved in my absence. Let's get to it, shall we? As usual, I've reshuffled the narrative, so bear with me.

IRAQ SO FAR AWAY

We open on a young Sayid in sunny Tikrit, Iraq, who kills a chicken for his more sensitive brother (he was fat, which is TV shorthand for "sensitive"). This act pleases Sayid's difficult-to-please father, and a killer is born! Hooray?

RIB EYE BLOODY RIB EYE

We're in Russia, where Sayid systematically offs some guy. Once he's done, he reports back to Ben, which places him in the post-island timeline somewhere in the "Economist" era, when Sayid was a globetrotting assassin. But Ben has good news: Andropov was the last guy on the list of members of Widmore's organization who posed a threat to Sayid's friends. Or so Ben says, ha ha. So what does Sayid do now, now that the Linus Slaughterhouse has closed up shop? "I suppose you should go live your life; you're free, Sayid," says Ben. Sayid's confusion indicates that the last thing on his mind is building houses in the Dominican Republic.

But that's where Ben finds him next. How did he find him? "I looked," says Michael Emerson, with his signature creepy delivery. Ben tells Sayid that he thinks that John Locke has been murdered, and since Sayid isn't surprised to hear that John Locke is back in the real world, we can place this after "Jeremy Bentham" in the timeline. Ben, his pants afire, thinks that Sayid is in danger of being murdered by the same mythical killer, and gives as evidence the men who are watching Hugo in the mental institution. Ben wants him to start killing people again, because "it's in your nature; it's what you are," he says.

"I'm not what you think I am," Sayid replies, clearly still aching from his boyhood trauma.

This is presumably when Sayid goes to play buddy cops with Hurley, which ultimately leads him to the Long Beach Marina, where he storms off when he hears Ben's "hey, here's an idea, let's go back to Funhouse Island" plan.

He drowns his sorrows in a $120 glass of MacCutcheon whisky, coincidentally also the preferred brand of bad dads everywhere, including Anthony Cooper (Locke's father) and Charles Widmore. As you'll see from the aforementioned link, it has lots of other significance in the Lost canon.

Hey, guess who's at the same bar? No, not Norm and Cliff, but a sparkly, dolled-up Ilana, who is ordering a "bloody" rib eye and making her best sexy-eyes at Sayid, who, with his droll manner, immediately assumes that she's a prostie. No matter. After some chit-chat about trying to change and resisting temptation, yada yada, Sayid and Ilana are getting BIZ-AY.

To be fair to Sayid, Ilana is wearing some serious hooker boots, and as visions of Julia Roberts in a pageboy wig dance through Sayid's head, our mystery lady round-houses him into submission. At gunpoint, she reveals that she was hired to bring him to Guam (aha!) by the family of Peter Avellino, the man we saw Sayid kill on the golf course in the Seychelles.

As they board Ajira Flight 316, Sayid sees his long-lost friends and asks, "Are you sure we're going to Guam?" Why don't you ask Frank Lapidus that question, Sayid? He knows! He tries to convince Ilana to take a different flight, but to no avail. (Here's a thought: The marshal that escorted Kate on Oceanic 815 died. Mull.)

ALL THE DHARMA LADIES

"It's over, isn't it? Us, playing house?" Juliet asks, as she looks forlornly through the curtains at the milling-about Oceanic 6. Sawyer demurs, but this doesn't change Juliet's mood.

Hurley, who has been hilariously assigned to the Dharma kitchen, is serving breakfast to Jack and Kate. "Be sure to try the dipping sauces; they really bring out the ham," he advises. Heh. He also spills the beans about Jawyer (Julisaw? Fleuriet?)

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