Flashback: Liam’s drug habit continues to have personal and professional repercussions. Driveshaft’s attempts at a comeback never get into gear when he can’t even function during a television commercial shoot. His wife kicks him out of the house after he drops their baby daughter. Charlie watches and tries to hold things together, writing a song he hopes will turn their lives around. But Liam’s own plans to change his life may not include his brother.
The Island: Jack continues his planning sessions with Ana Lucia, raising Sawyer’s eyebrows in the process. The eyebrows do double time when Hurley asks him what he knows about Libby. Charlie has a series of vivid dreams about Aaron that lead him to believe the baby’s life is in serious danger. Given his past and his lack of truthfulness, Claire and the others are reluctant to believe him, especially when Charlie takes Aaron while sleepwalking one night. Eko suggests that the dreams, which include the image of a dove, may suggest that the baby needs to be baptized. Charlie begs Locke to help him persuade Claire to trust him, but when Locke finds Charlie’s stash of statues he has little reason to believe the addict. Desperate, Charlie tries to take matters into his own hands, shredding the last vestiges of anyone’s trust in him.
written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz
directed by Jack Bender
music by Michael Giacchino
Guest Cast: Neil Hopkins (Liam), Jeremy Shada (Young Charlie), Zack Shada (Young Liam), Sammi Davis (Mrs. Pace), Vanessa Branch (Karen), Craig Young (Director)
LogBook entry by Dave Thomer