Season 2 Episode 5

...And Found

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 19, 2005 on ABC



  • Trivia

    • Goof: On Jin's resume, his last name is spelled "Kwan" instead of Kwon". Also, his resume claims he was born November, 11, 1974, and is thirty years old. This is impossible as Oceanic Flight 815 crashed September, 22, 2004.

    • Mrs. Paik said Sun studied in college for 4 years. 4 is one of "The Numbers".

    • The current events took place on November 7, 2004. The flashback events took place somewhere in the late '90s.

    • Rock band "Senses Fail", who reference Lost on their sophomore album, have a song on the album titled "Lost and Found."

    • Episode Title: ...And Found

      Combined with the show's title, Lost, it forms "lost and found." This signifies how Sun lost her wedding ring at the beginning of the episode and how it was found by the end of the episode. The title of this episode also refers to Locke's comment that he used to be lost, but he is not anymore, and that he found what he was looking for when he stopped looking.

    • Numbers: 4

      We find out in this episode that only four days have passed since the raft left the island.

  • Quotes

    • Poor Man: Excuse me? Excuse me, please? May my son use the bathroom inside? Please, sir. It's an emergency.
      Jin: I'm sorry, sir, hotel guests only. There is a bathroom down the street. Can you hold it?
      Poor Man: I'm sorry. He really has to go
      Jin: All right. Go ahead. It's to the left. But please be quick.
      Poor Man: Thank you, you're a good man.
      Jin: Please. Please go.
      (Jin's boss walks up)
      Mr. Kim: Mr. Kwon what did I tell you about who you let inside?
      Jin: I apologize, sir.
      Mr. Kim: Consider this your first warning.
      Jin: It's just that the little boy --
      Mr. Kim: He can piss in the gutter for all I care! You people are used to that. If you want to keep your job go find them and get them out of here! What are you doing?
      Jin: Thank you for the opportunity sir.

    • Hurley: Did you ever own a dog?
      Sun: Yes. Jin gave me one. A puppy.
      Hurley: What was his name?
      Sun: Popo.
      Hurley: Popo. That mean something?
      Sun: Yes. It means a kiss.
      Hurley: A kiss.

    • Tai: It's just a job interview, Jin.
      Jin: A very important job interview. How do I look? Stunning, huh?
      Tai: Yeah, stunning. You forgot to cut the tag off!
      Jin: Are you kidding? If I cut it off, how can I return it? This tie cost a fortune!

    • Tai: What should I do if love calls?
      Jin: Tell it to wait.

    • Locke: (To Sun) Sometimes I wish I had a garden to tear apart.

    • Hurley: Dude, dogs will eat anything. When I was a kid, my dog, Buster... I had this drawer where I'd throw in all my change, right... and I guess there were some Smarties in there... so, like, the next day, Buster craps out a $1.35 in nickels.

    • Michael: I guess one of them is my friend.
      Libby: I'm guessing not the redneck.
      Michael: Yeah, not the redneck.

    • Sawyer: So what's your name, anyway?
      Eko: Mr. Eko
      Sawyer: Mr. Eko? So what's that, like Mr. Ed?

    • Sawyer: Hey Mike, I think we ought to stage a prison break here.

    • Michael: Hey, I think they're trying to figure out what to do with us.
      Sawyer: I think they're going to eat us.
      Ana Lucia: All right, all of you... get up. We're moving out.
      Michael: Moving out where?
      Ana Lucia: You're going to help us get food and water.
      Sawyer: What? We work for you now?

    • Ana Lucia: You keep slowing us down, we're going to leave you behind.
      Sawyer: Go ahead, leave me behind.
      Ana Lucia: See ya.

    • Ana Lucia: What are you doing?
      Eko: I'm going to help him find his friend.
      Ana Lucia: We can't wait for you.
      Eko: I don't expect you to.

    • Michael: Maybe you could just take a minute to explain us what the hell is going on over here that's got you all so on edge.
      Ana Lucia: You know what? That's a great idea, maybe we can swap stories on the road.

    • Ana Lucia: Libby, can you carry the radio?
      Sawyer: Wait, you have a radio? Does it work? Can you use it?
      Ana Lucia: Wow! What a great idea.

    • (referring to Ana Lucia)
      Sawyer: This chick needs to be slapped.

    • Ana Lucia: (to Jin) Does it look like I speak Korean?

    • Mr. Kim: The Seoul Gateway is one of the finest hotels in the country. Do not open the door... for people like you.

    • Locke: I'm not lost anymore.
      Sun: How did you do that?
      Locke: Same way anything lost gets found ... I stopped looking.

    • Hurley: Seoul, is that in the good Korea or the bad Korea?
      Sun: The good one.

    • (Locke walks up on a crying Sun who has just ripped apart her garden)
      Locke: Bad day?
      Sun: Did you see me...?
      Locke: Rip apart your garden...? No.

    • Sun: Hurley, this is ridiculous. Waiting for the dog to ...(pans over to Walt's dog)
      Hurley: Dude ... dogs eat anything.

    • Ana Lucia: You're gonna do it because we have a long walk ahead of us.
      Sawyer: A long walk where?
      Ana Lucia: Back to where you came from.

    • Sawyer: You married?
      Ana Lucia: No.
      Sawyer: Too bad, you seem suited for it.
      Ana Lucia: Funny. What about you?
      Sawyer: No ma'am.
      Ana Lucia: You gay?
      Sawyer: Funny.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Locke tells Sun that he found what he was searching for by not looking, and that she should do the same. This is similar to a Zen buddhist koan that states "To find something, stop looking for it".

    • When Eko introduces himself as Mr. Eko, Sawyer asks him if that's like "Mister Ed", referring to the TV show about a talking horse.

    • When the Others walk by in procession, a child follows dragging a teddy bear. This is also seen in Peter Pan, when the Lost Boys are captured by Native Americans.

    • Sawyer: In case you haven't noticed, it's every man for himself, Chewie.

      A Star Wars reference, Chewie (short for Chewbacca) is a character who has a great loyalty and is unable to speak the universal language "Basic" even though he understands it.

    • Episode Title: ...And Found

      Put together with the show's title, this title creates an old phrase used to describe a place where people go to declare something lost or to report something found.