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Lost 7 Seasons 2009

Season 5
4.6 out of 5 stars (217) IMDb 8.9/10

The fifth season follows two timelines. The first takes place on the island where the survivors who were left behind erratically jump forward and backward through time until they are finally stranded with the Dharma Initiative in 1974.

Starring:
Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick

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Season 5

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1. Because You Left

The remaining survivors start to feel the effects caused by the island being moved, and Jack and Ben begin their quest to reunite the Ocean 6.

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2. The Lie

The remaining survivors start to feel the effects caused by the island being moved, and Jack and Ben begin their quest to reunite the Oceanic 6.

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3. Jughead

Desmond goes in search of a woman who could be the key to helping Faraday stop the island's erratic movements through time.

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4. The Little Prince

Kate learns that someone knows the secret of Aaron's parentage; the dramatic shifts through time endanger the remaining island survivors.

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5. This Place is Death

Locke takes on the burden to stop the island's increasingly violent shifts through time. Meanwhile, Ben hits a roadblock in his attempt to reunite the Oceanic 6.

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6. 316

The way back to the island is revealed to members of the Oceanic 6, but there's trouble ahead when not all of them wish to return.

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7. The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham

John Locke's fateful mission off the island as Jeremy Bentham is revealed.

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8. LaFleur

Sawyer perpetuates a lie with some of the other island survivors in order to protect themselves from mistakes of the past.

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9. Namaste

When some old friends drop in unannounced, Sawyer is forced to further perpetuate his lie in order to protect them.

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10. He's Our You

Things begin to unravel when one of the survivors goes rogue and takes matters into their own hands, risking the lives of everyone on the island.

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11. Whatever Happened, Happened

Kate goes to extreme measures to save Ben's life when Jack refuses to help. Meanwhile, Kate begins to tell the truth about the lie in order to protect Aaron.

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12. Dead is Dead

To atone for sins of the past, Ben must attempt to summon the smoke monster in order to be judged.

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13. Some Like it Hoth

Suspicions about a possible breach intensify after Ben is taken from the infirmary, and a reluctant Miles is forced to work with Hurley.

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14. The Variable

On the 100th episode milestone for the series, the time of reckoning has begun when Daniel Faraday comes clean regarding what he knows about the island.

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15. Follow the Leader

Jack and Kate are at odds over the direction to take to save their fellow island survivors, and Locke further solidifies his stance as leader of The Others.

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16. The Incident - Part 1 of 2

Jack's decision to set things right on the island is met with some strong resistance by those close to him, and Locke assigns Ben a difficult task.

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17. The Incident - Part 2 of 2

Jack's decision to set things right on the island is met with some strong resistance by those close to him, and Locke assigns Ben a difficult task.

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It had seemed like the writers had backed themselves into a corner. Still so many unanswered questions lying in the past, but they had largely moved away from heavy exposition and the flashback device. Their answer was brilliant: to make some of the characters live their way through these missing pieces of the puzzle.

Time travel is an element that has been progressively introduced since Desmond's 'flashes' in season three, through to dislodged consciousness in season four, and now to physical displacement in season five. Those that have said it's been introduced out of the blue simply haven't been paying attention: it's been on the cards for a while, and neatly solves the narrative puzzle facing the writers.

The acting is to the usual high standard with some standout performances from Terry O'Quinn and Michael Emerson. The plot twists and turns, but the constant revival and resolution of previous elements (some stretching back to the first series) reassures the viewer that this rollercoaster has a sense of direction. Excellent use of sound helps cement a solid experience, and whilst the music offers nothing revolutionary, it's recurring melodies help tie the new elements back to existing themes with familiar musical cues and motifs.

What of the story itself? Characters previously mentioned only in name are now fleshed out to a satisfying level (most notably Jacob and Radzinsky). Furthermore, we begin to properly grasp the nature of the Dharma Initiative, see Ben have a chilling encounter with the monster, and watch the writers move all the pieces into place for the final series. Overall, this is gripping stuff.
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I have never enjoyed Lost so much since season 1.

Finally, in season 5 we are treated with revelations about the islands history that reveal a few surprises. The relation between Ben, Charles Widmore and the Island is revealed through the various flashes. Flashbacks and flashforwards are now used in a completely different way to reveal the struggle of our Losties who have changed in many ways since the first season. The mechanism in which this is done may confuse people, but just bare in mind that this show introduced an evil pillar of smoke in the first season, that sounds like a machine and blows up trees!

Top notch acting from all concerned but Michael Emerson (Ben) and Terry O'Quinn (Locke) in particular since they, in my opinion, portray the most interesting characters. I find Kate and Jack quite boring, although they are more interesting than usual this season.

The only gripe I have with this season, is that it did not reveal much (outside of character development) about a certain organisation that I wish to know more about.

The season finale of this season is the best of of them all so far. Finally, after the events that take place, we are given a real clue to what is really going on.

My warning to newbies to Lost, treat Lost like a book, a journey! Do not watch season 5 unless you have seen all previous seasons, it will ruin the experience!
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Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Ben, Sayid, Locke, Juliet, Hurley, Desmond, Jin, Sun and the rest of the fantastic characters return in the fifth season of Lost and times are changing (quite literally) for the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 - some of them are still on the island and some are back home, later on some are in the present while others are stuck in the past. There's plenty of new characters as well as the usual ones that have been there through the previous seasons. A lot of questions that you've had from the very beginning are answered whilst others are created. Rather than the flash-backs and flash-forwards like before, this series flicks between the island and LA and also between the present and 3 years ago.

I know that at the time of writing this there's still another 4 episodes left to be aired of `Lost: Season 5' but the 13 episodes that I have seen so far have been so good that I can confidently say that this season is incredible (better than season 3 and 4) and secures it even stronger as one of the best US TV shows of all time. If you've not seen the previous four seasons this is definitely not a good place to start as everything in this season is just evolving from what has happened in previous episodes, so it wouldn't make any sense at all. I can't recommend this enough but I guess if you've already watched up to this point you'll no doubt want to watch this season anyway, but I can honestly say that this season is amazing and it's just a shame I have to wait until next January for season 6.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 25 May 2009
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It's the beginning of the end for "Lost" -- only one more season to go, and plenty of strange destined events yet to be explained.

And "Lost: The Complete Fifth Season" may be the best season of the show yet, with some unexpected glimpses back into the Island's history, mysterious people, and more explorations of the mysterious Jacob. It feels like the entire season is packed with strange twists and unexpected turns, complete with a trip back in time that illuminates everything that has come before it.

Jack joins forces with his former enemy Ben, trying to bring the Oceanic Six back together and get them back to the Island. But Charles Widmore has been sending assassins to kill Hurley and Sayid, and someone is sniffing around Kate's relationship to Aaron. Their only hope of getting back to the Island is to follow the instructions of Eloise Hawking, a woman who has intricate knowledge of time and space -- and the Island.

Meanwhile, the Island is randomly leaping through time, flinging Sawyer, Juliet, Daniel, Charlotte and all the others from one time period to another. And when the Oceanic Six (minus a few) arrive on the Island again, they find that it is now 1977 -- Sawyer, Juliet and their friends have all been living there for the past three years, as part of the Dharma Initiative. Sun and Ben end up in the hands of the remaining Others -- along with a supposedly dead man now returned to life.

But as the fateful Incident approaches, Jack and Co. end up having their plans unravel around them, and a bunch of gun-toting Dharma people out for their blood.
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