Wednesday, April 18 at 10/9c

Official ABC Summary:

Charlie questions whether Desmond has had another "flash" foreshadowing his death when coaxed into joining a trek across the jungle, and jealousy motivates Kate to turn to an unsuspecting Sawyer.
TV Rating: TV-14 S, V-- For more info visit
Promotional Video:

If you can't wait for the upcoming episodes, you may want to pause this video clip in certain spots to get a taste for what's to come. Here are some important things I noticed in this clip:

1) A...dare I say it...long silver aircraft plummeting to the ground
2) Desmond aiming a bow and arrow
3) S.O.S.
4) Catch-22 in a foreign language
5) Juliet in a hatch
6) Someone's hand grabbing Sun's face
7) The feet of someone being hanged...possibly Charlie
8) Locke getting attacked by Sawyer

More things...but you can see for yourself.


The title "Catch-22" is a reference to the satirical historical novel Catch-22 by Joseph Heller. The story takes place during World War II and the main character is Yossarian, a soldier. From this story, the term "Catch-22" is derived:

Catch-22 n.1.
a. A situation in which a desired outcome or solution is impossible to attain because of a set of inherently illogical rules or conditions
b. The rules or conditions that create such a situation. —From

"Catch-22." The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. 2003. Houghton Mifflin Company 15 Apr. 2007

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