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Lost: Season 6 (2009-2010)

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Average Rating: 9.5/10
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100

Average Rating: 9.5/10
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Season Info

The highly-anticipated sixth season concludes this enigmatic time-traveling series on two fronts: the story of survival, escape and understanding among multiple factions on the island; and an intriguing "flash sideways" to present-day Los Angeles in which Oceanic flight 815 never crashed. The latter is highlighted by Ben (Michael Emerson) and Locke (Terry O'Quinn) as schoolteachers; Sawyer (Josh Holloway) as a cop; Jack (Matthew Fox) as a father; Kate's (Evangeline Lilly) flight from the law;

Genre: Action & Adventure

Network: ABC

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Episodes

1
Air date: Feb 2, 2010

LA X (1)

Part 1 of 2. The sixth (and final) season begins aboard Oceanic Flight 815, which encounters rough air on the way to LAX. In the jungle, meanwhile, the dust has cleared from the nuclear explosion. "You blew us right back where we started," Sawyer fumes, "only Juliet's dead." Then Kate hears something in the hatch's wreckage. Inside the Tarawet statue, Locke orders Ben to the beach, where he sees Locke's corpse. And back inside, there's something different about Locke.

2
Air date: Feb 2, 2010

LA X (2)

Conclusion. At LAX, Kate runs into Sawyer and Claire (Emilie de Ravin), Jack and Locke encounter baggage problems, and Sun and Jin have difficulties with U.S. Customs. In the Tarawet statue, Ben confronts the Locke-like figure, who confronts Richard. In the jungle, Jack, Kate, Jin and Hurley arrive at the temple with the dying Sayid. And at the hatch, Sawyer presses Miles to communicate with Juliet to find out what she had wanted to say just before she died. "It worked," Miles tells him.

3
Air date: Feb 9, 2010

What Kate Does

Sawyer escapes from the temple and Kate leads a search party to find him, joined by Jin. Back at the temple, the captors "diagnose" Sayid ("There's a darkness growing in him," Jack is told). And in L.A,, Kate escapes from the airport after commandeering the taxi occupied by Claire.

4
Air date: Feb 16, 2010

The Substitute

On the island, the Locke Monster seeks out Sawyer to join him in his mission, while in L.A., Locke suffers a repercussion from his trip to Australia, but receives a helping hand from a familiar face.

5
Air date: Feb 23, 2010

Lighthouse

At the temple, Hurley tries to persuade Jack to accompany him on an ill-defined mission at Jacob's behest. In L.A., Jack has difficulty communicating with his teenage son (Dylan Minnette). And in the jungle, Claire rescues Jin and tends to his wounds, but he sees a hardness in her he hadn't experienced before.

6
Air date: Mar 2, 2010

Sundown

At the temple, Sayid confronts Dogen. Later, he confronts the Locke Monster as well. In L.A., Sayid visits Nadia (Andrea Gabriel) and his brother (Anthony Azizi). And in the jungle, the Locke Monster sends Claire on a mission to the temple. Her stipulation before she agrees: "I want my son back."

7
Air date: Mar 9, 2010

Dr. Linus

On the island, Ilana learns that it was Ben who killed Jacob. And in L.A., Dr. Ben Linus, a high-school history teacher who wants to be principal, gets inadvertent help from his star student, Alex (Tania Raymonde), and assistance from science teacher Leslie Arzt (Daniel Roebuck) as well. Back on the island, Ilana tells Sun that she (or Jin) is among the six "candidates" to replace Jacob; and Richard Alpert has a request for Jack and Hurley.

8
Air date: Mar 16, 2010

Recon

On the island, the Locke Monster sends Sawyer on a mission to Hydra Island, where he makes a grisly discovery. The Locke Monster also explains what happened at the temple; and Claire confronts Kate over Aaron. And in L.A., James Ford partners with Miles, who fixes him up with a blind date. Miles also learns to his chagrin that Ford had made a secret trip to Australia.

9
Air date: Mar 23, 2010

Ab Aeterno

On the beach, Richard Alpert makes a startling announcement to Jack, Sun, Hurley, Miles, Frank Lapidus and Ilana about the island. Flashbacks then reveal how he got there. Elsewhere, Jacob visits Ilana in a Russian hospital and gives her an assignment. "This is what you have been preparing for," he tells her.

10
Air date: Mar 30, 2010

The Package

On the island, Jin and Sun continue to search for each other, but Widmore's forces capture Jin. At LAX, Jin is cleared by Customs, but the money he was to deliver for Mr. Paik is confiscated. Jin and Sun then check into separate rooms at an L.A. hotel. Back on the island, Locke monster heads to Hydra Island. "I got an errand to run," he tells Sayid.

11
Air date: Apr 6, 2010

Happily Ever After

Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) awakens and discovers, to his horror, where he is and how he got there. "The island isn't through with you," Widmore tells him. In L.A., Desmond, an international tycoon's fix-it man, arrives from Sydney on Oceanic 815 and is given a difficult "babysitting" chore.

12
Air date: Apr 13, 2010

Everybody Loves Hugo

On the island, Sayid brings Desmond to the Locke monster's camp; and Ilana plans a Hydra Island raid, but before they set out, Michael (Harold Perrineau) appears in a vision to Hurley. "I'm here to stop you from getting everyone killed," Michael says. In L.A., mental patient Libby (Cynthia Watros) introduces herself to fast-food magnate Hugo Reyes, and tells him that they had met before. Later, Hugo gets romantic advice from fellow Oceanic 815 passenger Desmond.

13
Air date: Apr 20, 2010

The Last Recruit

The Locke monster's camp merges with Jack's ("I think we have some catching up to do," Locke says), and alliances are forged and broken. Meanwhile, Zoe shows up at the camp, and she doesn't come in peace. In L.A., Sun and Locke are brought to the same ER, and arrive at the same time; Desmond seeks out Claire when she enters the office building where her adoption agency is located; and Det. James Ford interrogates murder suspect Kate. He and his partner Miles also get a lead in the Keamy killing.

14
Air date: May 4, 2010

The Candidate

The Locke Monster, Sayid and Jack venture to Hydra Island to rescue the castaways held by Widmore. Their goal is to get to the Ajira jet, but Jack says that he's not meant to go. And in L.A., Jack tells Locke he's a "candidate" for surgery that could enable him to walk again. Also in the hospital, Claire seeks out Jack, who offers to put her up while she's in L.A. "We're family," he tells her.

15
Air date: May 11, 2010

Across The Sea

Locke's motives become clear in an episode tracing the early years of Jacob and the Man in Black, who are raised on the island by the woman (Allison Janney) who delivers them minutes after their shipwrecked mother (Lela Loren) washes up on the island. She names the firstborn Jacob. As for the second, "I picked only one name," she tells her midwife.

16
Air date: May 18, 2010

What They Died For

On the island, Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley set out in search of Desmond, but they meet Jacob. And Ben, Miles and Richard confront Widmore---then the Locke Monster---at the Others' compound. In L.A., Jack gets word that his father's body has been found, but the call is from Desmond, who also turns up again at Ben and Locke's school. Later, Alex and her mother (Mira Furlan) invite Ben to dinner.

17
Air date: May 23, 2010

The End, Part 1

In the series finale, the Locke monster continues his quest to escape the island---and destroy it---but Jack is equally determined to protect the island's light. Both need an assist from Desmond. Off the island, Desmond reconnects long-lost Losties and steers them toward an emotional reunion with Jack.

18
Air date: May 23, 2010

The End, part 2

Series finale, Conclusion. The Locke monster continues his quest to escape the island---and destroy it---but Jack is equally determined to protect the island's light. Both need help from Desmond. In L.A., Desmond reconnects long-lost Losties and steers them toward an emotional reunion with Jack.

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Ultimately, Lost didn't succeed because of the mythology.

June 6, 2014 Full Review Source: HitFix

The joy of watching the Lost gang get back together certainly adds weight to the idea the producers have been pushing recently: that it's always been about the journey of the characters.

June 6, 2014 Full Review Source: Guardian
Guardian

Some of those actors are giving superlative, career-high performances - no one on TV today is showing greater range and emotion than O'Quinn, for example.

June 6, 2014 Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly

The feel-good moments at the end don't make up for six seasons of stringing viewers along without ever providing any real answers or any real closure.

June 6, 2014 Full Review Source: Deseret News, Salt Lake City
Deseret News, Salt Lake City

There are different ways to experience the show, and that's part of what makes it such fun.

May 16, 2014 Full Review Source: Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune

The themes persist, the characters persist, the mood persists, and the many, many great episodes persist.

May 15, 2014 Full Review Source: AV Club
AV Club

It's that kind of human moment that will stick with me.

February 2, 2010 Full Review Source: New York Times
New York Times

"The Last Recruit" put many of those fears to rest, reminding me that even when Darlton seem to be dragging their feet within either an episode or a season, they generally have a plan for what to do when it's time to start moving quickly.

February 2, 2010 Full Review Source: Newark Star-Ledger
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