Touch

Season 1 Episode 6

Lost and Found

5
Aired Friday 9:00 PM Apr 19, 2012 on FOX
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    All of Touch's touchy-feely, existential group-hug stuff is starting to give way to some big, bad conspiracy action, adding a darker layer to the generally feel-good series.

  • Episode Summary

    Martin and Clea work together to uncover a shocking development that involves Clea's schizophrenic mother. Arthur Teller finds himself in trouble when he visits Jake at his boarding facility to speak to him. Meanwhile, a survivor from a plane crash seeks new purpose to his existence and a Chinese couple fights to maintain balance between work and life.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Lost and Found

      10
      Lost and Found was another perfect episode of Touch. I really enjoyed watching because the plot lines were intriguing and full of character development. I liked what the characters were going through and dealing with. The real estate developer who regretted sharing info on an iconic location, Chinese women trying to have a baby, and Clea's mother and a missing boy. I liked how it all played out and felt a range of emotion during the scenes. Arthur had some interesting scenes but the ending has me on the edge wondering what will happen next!!!!!!!!!moreless
    • Very well written..

      10
      ..probably the best episode up til now.
    • Best episode for sure!

      10
      O f all the episodes so far, this one has been my favourite by far! Not that the others have been bad, but this one just stepped it up another level! The storyline was very interesting, and thigns got more personal for Clea, so there were lots of interesting moments, including everything with her mother.



      The stuff with th e airplane was freaky, and a lot of interesting events throughout the episode!



      All up, great hour of TV!@ Please keep it up, Touch!!! :)moreless
    • From Strength to Strength

      10
      This episode is another example of great writing in a show that keeps going from strength to strength. Granted it needs to be noted that the numbers jake writes have become less significant in recent episodes, the plotlines are still very interesting and keep you entertained.



      In this episode the major plot in the season starts to come together with the (possible) significance of room six (which Jake showed and interest in in previous episodes). Also raises the question of who is Amelia, and what did Arthur do to cause he to lose all credibility? The whole "brain aneurism linked to mathematical ability" thing alludes back to the movie "Pi" which has a similar premise running through it.



      All in all an excellent episodemoreless
    • It was awesome!

      10
      It was so sad but awesome at the same time! And probably the best episode yet. This was the first one that ended in a cliffhanger and I can't wait to see what happens next. Touch is one of my favourite shows now :)

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      • Jake: (opening narration) Eighty-nine degrees, 15 minutes and 50.8 seconds. That's the current position of Polaris, the Northern Star. Viewed from another planet, it's just one among many. But on Earth, it's uniquely important. Fixed in place, an anchor. No matter where you are in the Northern Hemisphere, if you face Polaris, you face north. You know where you are. But there are other ways to get lost. In the choices we make, in events that overwhelm us. Even within our own minds. What could be our anchor then? What beacon can we turn to to guide us from darkness to light? What if it's other people? The lives that touch our own, in ways big and small. Because unlike Polaris, the light they bring will never fade.

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