The Other Woman

Season 4, Ep 6, Aired 3/6/08
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  • Episode Description
  • Juliet gets a surprising visit from someone from her past. She is given orders to stop Charlotte and Faraday from doing what they have set out to do. Back at the Barracks, Ben offers Locke an enticing deal.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Elizabeth Mitchell

    Juliet Burke

  • Andrea Roth

    Harper Stanhope

  • Jeremy Davies

    Daniel Faraday

  • Rebecca Mader

    Charlotte Lewis

  • Matthew Fox

    Jack Shephard

  • Fan Reviews (75)
  • I literally fell asleep. Don't like Juliet.

    By ropichuli, Mar 13, 2008

  • A good ep!!

    By heroesfan07, Mar 16, 2008

  • OK I made a mistake in my last review - this episode was way better than the Constant.

    By vodazz, Mar 08, 2008

  • Something died in me while watching this episode

    By Dr_Dick, Mar 08, 2008

  • Talk about a major step down

    By DavidB226Morris, Apr 04, 2010

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (26)

    • Juliet: (pause) Because he thinks that I'm his. And he knows how I feel about you. (Jack walks up to Juliet, and kisses her) Jack: He knows where to find me.

    • Juliet: You knew this would happen. You sent him out here because you knew this would happen. You wanted this! You wanted him to die! Why? Ben: Why? You're asking me why? After everything I did to get you here, after everything I've done to keep you here - how can you possibly not understand...that you're mine!

    • Jack: What happened? Kate: Sorry? Jack: At Locke's, why did you stay? Kate: I stayed because I had to find something out. Jack: You gonna tell me or are we gonna keep walking through the jungle like it doesn't matter? (she stops walking and Jack walks up to her and faces her) Kate: I stayed to find out if the people on the freighter know who I am. If they knew that I'm a fugitive, that I'm wanted for murder. Jack: Do they? Kate: Yeah, they know.

    • Locke: You do remember what Charlie said about these people. Claire: All Charlie said was whose boat it isn't. Don't you wanna know whose boat it is?

    • Claire: I wanna know what's going on with Miles. Locke: Right now, not a whole lot. I'm... bringing him food and water until he decides to talk. Claire: I'd like to talk to him myself. Locke: And why would you want to do that? Claire: John, we have to find out who these people are and where they came from and why they're not interested in rescuing us. Locke: And you don't think I'm gonna get that out of him? Claire: No, I... I just think we might be taking the wrong approach. I mean, you killed one, Ben shot one, and now we're holding one prisoner. You know, it's not hard to understand why they might think we're hostile. I might be just a little less intimidating. Locke: It's not gonna happen, Claire.

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    Notes (6)

    • Though credited, Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick), Michael (Harold Perrineau Jr.), Miles (Ken Leung) and Sayid (Naveen Andrews) do not appear in this episode.

    • International Air Dates: Belgium: September 15, 2008 on VT4 Denmark: March 28, 2008 on Kanal 5 United Kingdom: March 09, 2008 on Sky One Ireland: March 10, 2008 on RTE Two New Zealand: March 19, 2008 on TV2 Norway: April 9, 2008 on TVNorge Finland: April 17, 2008 on Nelonen Czech Republic: May 11, 2008 on AXN Spain: June 5, 2008 on FOX TV Spain Italy: August 11, 2008 on Rai 2 Macedonia: November 22, 2008 on A1

    • This is the fourth episode that takes place completely on the island.

    • This is the first episode of the season to be a regular, old-fashioned flashback episode.

    • Ethan, played by William Mapother is mentioned and credited but not seen, despite the fact that he's present when the Others' witness the Plane Crash. This scene was edited to include glances between Juliet, Goodwin and Harper as Ben sends them on their missions to seek the survivors.

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    Trivia (13)

    • In one of the scenes of this episode Ben (Michael Emerson) tells Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell) that she is his. Ironically, that would be the last scene Emerson and Mitchell shared on the show.

    • Goof: During Juliet and Ben's conversation over dinner, it is stated that Goodwin had been with the tail section survivors for three weeks and that Ethan had already been killed. However, Ethan was killed on day 29, more than four weeks after infiltrating the beach camp. Also, Goodwin actually died two days before Ethan.

    • Whispers can be heard when Juliet, Harper, and Jack are in the Jungle. Right before Juliet runs into Harper in the jungle: "Sarah is having another..." "Is that the other woman?" Right when Juliet runs into Harper in the jungle: "Look out" "Sarah is having another..." "Did you hear that?" "If she won't save us then who is?" "Sarah, somebody's coming" "There is somebody coming" "Hold on one second" "There is somebody coming" After Jack runs into Juliet and Harper: "Look out" "Sarah, it's someone we know. Sarah, it's someone we know" "I'm not answering" "Answer them" "We have our answer" "Can we trust her?"" Finally, a very faint whisper can be heard right before Juliet uses the pulley door contraption at the Tempest Station. "It's Juliet"

    • After giving him his food, Locke told Ben that he'd come back in 15 minutes for it. 15 is one of "The Numbers".

    • As of this episode, Tom is the only Other besides Ethan that has appeared on every season.

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    Allusions (4)

    • Ben plays Un bel di Vedremo (One Fine Day) from Madama Butterfly during dinner with Juliet. The first lines of the song are "One fine day, we will see/Arising a strand of smoke/Over the far horizon on the sea."

    • When Jack finds Kate, he runs over to her and moves her before he ascertains what is wrong with her. As a spinal surgeon, he would certainly not risk aggravating injuries.

    • Ben is seen reading "Valis", a book by Philip K. Dick. He received it in the episode "Eggtown" from Locke. The book is about a man who thinks he's a messenger of God living in a world populated by strange people and holograms.

    • "The Tempest", which is mentioned as a control tower in this episode, is a famous play by William Shakespeare, like Lost it is about people cut off from civilization on a deserted island. A tempest is a heavy storm.

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