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Lost 7 Seasons 2008

Season 4
4.5 out of 5 stars (221) IMDb 9/10

The survivors are dealing with the arrival of people from the freighter, who have been sent to the island not as part of a rescue operation, but for far more nefarious purposes. Flashforwards reveal the identities and future actions of the so-called 'Oceanic Six', a group of survivors who have escaped the island and returned to their normal lives.

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Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick

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1. The Beginning of the End

Charlie's dying message casts doubt on the intentions of the people that Jack believes to be their rescuers. A power struggle ensues between Jack, who wants to leave the island, and Locke, who thinks that they're supposed to stay.

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2. Confirmed Dead

The surviving members of the supposed "rescue team" are scattered around the island after a helicopter problem. However, once they are located, they reluctantly reveal that they are not there to rescue them.

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3. The Economist

Sayid negotiates a deal with Locke to hand over Charlotte from the "rescue team," so that he can get on their helicopter and reach their ship.

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4. Eggtown

Kate goes behind Locke's back to arrange a meeting between Miles and Ben, where Miles offers his terms for not giving Ben up to his colleagues.

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5. The Constant

During the helicopter ride to the ship, Desmond's consciousness begins jumping back and forth between present day 2004 and 1996. He is forced to find Daniel Faraday in 1996 in order to get answers and stop the jumps.

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6. The Other Woman

Daniel and Charlotte leave Jack's camp to fulfil their objective, and Jack and Juliet try to track them down before they are successful. Juliet's romantic history on the island with The Others is re-told.

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7. Ji Yeon

Juliet exposes Sun's pre-island affair to Jin so that they won't defect to Locke's camp. Sayid and Desmond meet the ship's captain and discover that Michael is working on the boat.

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8. Meet Kevin Johnson

Michael's journey from escaping the island to working as Ben's spy on Widmore's ship is revealed; Ben tells Danielle and Alex to leave Locke's camp and go to the island temple, but they are ambushed on the way.

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9. The Shape of Things to Come

The team from the ship attacks Locke's camp looking for Ben, with Alex as hostage. Meanwhile, the doctor from the ship washes up on shore at Jack's camp, and Daniel Faraday provides some distressing news.

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10. Something Nice Back Home

Juliet is forced to perform an emergency appendectomy on Jack, Jack's post-rescue relationship with Kate is revealed, and Sawyer, Claire, and Aaron head back to Jack's camp with Miles.

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11. Cabin Fever

Locke, Ben, and Hurley continue their search for the cabin so that Locke can talk to Jacob. Back on the boat, Keamy prepares for an all-out assault on the island.

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12. There's No Place Like Home - Part 1 of 3

Part 1 of 3.Ben, Locke, and Hurley go to The Orchid and are met by Keamy and his men; Jack and Kate go after the helicopter, and are later joined by Sawyer.

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13. There's No Place Like Home - Part 2 of 3

Part 2 of 3.The Oceanic Six find themselves closer to rescue as the confrontation between the survivors and the freighter people continues.

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14. There's No Place Like Home - Part 3 of 3

Part 3 of 3.In this, the series four finale, the Oceanic Six find themselves closer to rescue as the confrontation between the survivors and the freighter people plays out.

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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Jan. 2009
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fourth season of lost, one of the most talked about tv shows in the world. there's an awful lot of backstory and continuity built up by this point in the programme's run so this is not the best place to start if you've never seen it before. the first disc does contain a short feature called 'lost in 8:15' which manages to tell the story of the first three seasons in eight minutes and fifteen seconds [long term viewers will recognise those numbers]so you might be okay but if you're new to the programme go here LOST - The Complete First Season [2005]

if you're not, read on.

in the middle of the third year it was decided that the programme would run for three more years to bring the story to a close, and each of these seasons would last sixteen episodes. the american tv writers strike of 2007 meant this season had to be cut down to fourteen episodes, although the last two of this season are really one long episode cut in two parts. all of this does mean that, a couple of early episodes that don't seem to amount to much at the time notwithstanding, the season really does have a great deal of pace to it, and as result is the best since the first. we really do get a fair amount of progression. And answers. and more questions. but it does move it along very nicely.

as seen from the end of season three the traditional flashbacks were dropped in favour of flashforwards, showing that some of the characters were now off the island. thus this season tells us the story of what happened to them, paralleled with how they got off the island in the first place. and there are still the occasional actual flashbacks. so you can never be quite sure when everything is taking place.
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Season 4 of LOST was absolutely amazing. Even I, an avid and absolute LOST addict, will admit to Season 3 being slightly lacking. There was definitely an uncertainty towards the beginning of season 3 as to where and when the show was going to culminate. The producers, having decided on a six season format, finally ramped up the storytelling mid-season 3 and have rarely let slip on the quality of the writing and watchabilty of this awesome show. Season 3's cliffhanger was totally unexpected and despite the un-Godly wait, due to the writer's strike, season 4 picked up nicely where 3 left off and the pace was clearly quickened due to the shows final season being set. Answers being given out left, right and centre...albeit with more questions being raised along the way. The genius of this program lies within the writers ability to draw the viewer in to and leave us wondering what is going to happen next. Curiousity is surely their best tool, at least for the committed viewer. I understand why some viewers became impatient with the questions upon questions and gave up on LOST, however I stand by my feelings that LOST is one of, if not the most, intelligently written shows on tv to date. I look forward to seeing where season 5 brings us. Season 4 was quality from start to finish with episodes such as "The Constant", "The Shape of Things To Come" and the multi-episode finale "There's No Place Like Home" being stand out episodes.
For new viewers, LOST needs to be watched from the beginning to truly see it's complexities, which shows just how cleverly it is written.
Patience is a virtue and I have faith that this show will live up to it's promise. With episodes filled with action, humour, heartache and a deep underlying mythology, as well as cliffhangers that leave me shouting at the tv for more.
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Definitely the best season of LOST, I'm pre-ordering it even though I watched every episode (bar 'Confirmed Dead') for the following reasons:
1. Contains the best ever episode, 'The Constant', which is frankly brilliant, and an amazing showcase of Henry Ian Cusick's acting ability.
2. Lots of mysteries are finally resolved, especially the flashforward at the end of season 3. There are more flashforwards than flashbacks, and finally the flashbacks have true relevance to the plot.
3. Ben, and Keamy's interplay is fantastic.
4. Not a single episode was below par, and I believe that all of them are actually better than the whole of season 2.

LOST Season 4 was seriously good television, and if Season 2 put you off and you never rejoined, I'd advise it. You are so missing out.
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Before the final and largely unseemly demise of this masterful television series - Seasons 3 and 4 rocked. And it can't have escaped fans notice that in 2014 - the "Lost" Box Sets are now 'so' cheap on BLU RAY as to be an irresistible bargain.

But lovers of the show should note that the 'American Editions' of Season 3 and 4 on 20th Century Fox (which aren't very well highlighted as such) are REGION A LOCKED - so no matter how cheap or enticing they look - they won't play on our machines unless they're chipped for 'all regions' (which most aren't).

Check before you buy - stick with the 'UK' variants and you won't be doing a John Locke - tearing your hair out...
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LOST is without a doubt, my favourite show on television. It has mystery, action, drama, a little bit of romance, adventure- everything you'd ever need.

This season is without a doubt one of the best, if not the best. Fast-paced and action-filled, leaving you in suspense at every turn, Lost Season 4 will not fail to impress, especially with amazing episodes such as The Constant and The Shape of Thing to Come.

I can't wait to see how this season ends and will buy it as soon as it's ready for preorder.

And woo- first review.
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