2.11 "The Hunting Party"

Episode Title: "The Hunting Party"

Episode Number: 35

Production Number: 210

Air Date: 1/18/06

2.11 "The Hunting Party" - ABC.com - Official LOST wikiSynopsis: Michael can't take it anymore and decides to go into the jungle to find the Others and rescue his kidnapped son. Jack, Sawyer, and Locke decide to go after him. And, of course, Kate follows them. Kate gets picked up by the Others, however, and she is used as collateral by the Others when they confront Jack, Sawyer, and Locke in the jungle. A line is drawn on the island and the Others warn the survivors to stay on their side of the island … or else!

OMG Moment: A rather peaceful confrontation with the Others forces the survivors to see the island in a different light.

Flashback: Jack again tries to create a miracle by saving a dying man’s life. But not only does he fail to save the man, he fails to save his dying marriage as well.

OMG moment: We get our second glimpse of the leader of the Others, a man Sawyer calls "Zeke" who appears to be practically omnipotent.

Questions and clues:
  • Where is Michael?
    • He's with the Others.
  • How does Sawyer know his name?
    • He doesn't, Zeke was just a nickname Sawyer gave him. His actual name is Tom.

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Where is the first time we see the "Leader" of the Others?
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