Lost

Eggtown

Season 4, Ep 4, Aired 2/21/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Kate decides to take matters into her own hands in order to get information out of the camp's hostage. However, this idea may cause a problem with the camp's new leader, Locke.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Evangeline Lilly

    Kate Austen

  • Josh Holloway

    James "Sawyer" Ford

  • Matthew Fox

    Dr. Jack Shephard

  • Shawn Doyle

    Duncan Forrester

  • Yunjin Kim

    Sun-Hwa Kwon

  • Fan Reviews (93)
  • About Kate, but more about Locke

    By chardr69, Jan 27, 2012

  • Omg I was waiting for Kate's flash-forward because she is one of my favorite characters on LOST. FANTASTIC episode, top to bottom SPOILERS INSIDE....

    By zedtaker, Feb 23, 2008

  • The title's confusing enough, but this one's a disappointment

    By DavidB226Morris, Feb 28, 2010

  • Kate Centered Episode even fails to deliver a Strong Flash ForwarD!!!!

    By Dante_Edy, Jul 15, 2009

  • After a solid start to Season 4, this episode comes as a little disappointment.

    By martync7, Jun 11, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (24)

    • Miles: We got your name when you called the freighter. Of coure we know about you and everybody else on the 815 manifest. Kate: Then prove it. Miles: Your name is Katherine Anne Austen. You're wanted for murder, fraud, arson, whole bunch of other stuff I can't remember. You're a fugitive. You got caught in Australia and the feds were bringing you back. So yeah, we know. If I were you, I'd stay right here on the island. Who knows? Maybe you didn't survive the crash.

    • Sawyer: Oh, you got a secret agenda, huh? Well, if you're spying for Jack... Kate: I'm not spying for anyone. Sawyer: So why don't you tell me why... Kate: Because I don't trust you.

    • Sawyer: Kinda weird, ain't it? Sittin' on porches, drinking coffee out of mugs? By the way, I found some clothes about your size, in the closet. So after I kick out Hugo...
      Kate: I'm not moving in with you, James.
      Sawyer: Well. Then why did you stay?
      Kate: That's none of your business.

    • Sawyer: Beach? What, you're leaving? Because of this? That's that? You crawl up in my bed one second and the next you just... Kate: Goodbye, James. Sawyer: (angry) Don't make this about me, Kate. You didn't want a baby anymore than I did. You're just looking for some excuse to split, and now you've got one. (pause) But that's all right, Freckles, I ain't gonna hold it against you. I'm just gonna sit right here in my comfortable bed, because in about a week, you'll find some reason to get pissed at Jack, and bounce right back to me. (Kate slaps him in the face and runs away)

    • Kate: I'm not pregnant Sawyer: Are you sure? Kate: Yeah, I'm sure. Sawyer: (laughing) I mean, woohoo. Kate: Would it have been the worst thing in the world? Sawyer: Yes. Yes, it would have been the worst thing in the world.I mean, what we would have done with a baby? Kate: I'm going back to the beach.

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    Notes (10)

    • Music: "She's Got You" by Patsy Cline, playing in Kate and Claire's room when John walks in and wants to talk to Kate.

    • This is the first time Aaron appears off the island.

    • This is the first episode in which Jin has any dialogue this season.

    • The episode, in French, is titled "Mères ennemies" (literally, "Enemy mothers").

    • The end credits credit William Blanchette as "Two year old boy" instead of Aaron.

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    Trivia (18)

    • The docket number of Kate's trial was 42231815. 42, 23, 8 and 15 are all part of The Numbers.

    • Sawyer sets up the game of backgammon with Locke incorrectly. The point with three checkers should be two points away from the bar, not three.

    • Under California Ethics Rules, Kate's lawyer may not call a witness (i.e., Jack) against her wishes. Her objection, in open court, to calling Jack would be prima facie evidence of an ethical violation and would lead to sanctions by the California State Bar Association.

    • Despite Kate's murder of Wayne Janssen having occurred in Iowa (in "What Kate Did"), her case is put before a state court in California. In addition, the same court also tries her for her bank robbery (from the episode "Whatever the Case May Be"), which should actually be handled by a federal court.

    • Jack testifies in this episode that the plane wreck was found in the South Pacific Ocean. In Confirmed Dead, the ROV found the plane in the Sunda Trench off of Indonesia, which is part of the Indian Ocean and ties into the Oceanic 6 cover story. Also, he states that flight 815 crashed on an island, which is the truth, when the cover story is that the plane crashed in open water and the survivors floated to an island.

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    Allusions (5)

    • The Invention of Morel Sawyer is reading this book by Adolfo Bioy Casares. The story is about a fugitive who hides on a deserted island somewhere in the South Pacific. Later he encounters some people that appear and disappear randomly, repeating some actions. These people don't really exist, they are merely very lifelike recordings reproduced by a machine. The people are actually dead.

    • Sawyer calls Hurley as "Montezuma" when Hurley is in the bathroom. "Montezuma" was the ruler of the Aztec empire at the beginning of the Spanish conquest of Mexico. When a tourist in Mexico gets diarrhea it is often referred to as "Montezuma's Revenge".

    • Hurley: You just totally Scooby Doo-ed me, didn't you? Scooby Doo is a popular cartoon dog from the 1970s television series, Scooby Doo, Where Are You.

    • Sawyer refers to Miles as "Bruce Lee". Bruce Lee was an American-born martial artist, philosopher, instructor, martial arts actor and the founder of the Jeet Kune Do martial arts system. Although he was born in America he is of asiatic descent.

    • Hurley starts playing a tape Xanadu a 1980 movie starring Olivia Newton-John, Michael Beck and Gene Kelly. A musical, it barely broke even at the box office, and was nominated for five Razzie awards, winning one for Worst Director. Despite this, it has endured as a cult classic.

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