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第2季 第2集
季數
集數

02
播放日期
2005年9月28日
片長
42分鐘27秒
製作編號
202


202 redirects here. For Jacob's candidate with that corresponding number, see Harggus.

"Adrift" is the second episode of Season 2 of Lost and the 27th episode of the series as a whole. Occurring at the same point as the previous episode, emphasis shifts to Kate and Locke's perspective and what happened to them before Jack joined them down the Hatch. Meanwhile, Sawyer and Michael try to come to terms with what happened to them on the raft.

Synopsis编辑

Previously on Lost编辑

  • Michael, Walt, Sawyer, and Jin say goodbye to the other survivors and set sail on the raft. (1x23)
  • The raft is ambushed by a small boat team, who abduct Walt and destroy the raft with an explosive. (1x24)
  • Locke blows open the hatch with dynamite from the Black Rock, disturbing a mysterious occupant inside. (1x24)  (2x01)
  • Jack tells the others that hiding in the Hatch is no longer an option. Locke says he is going down to explore before morning. (2x01)
  • Kate offers to go down before Locke. When she is nearing the bottom on a rope held by Locke, a bright light shoots out from the hatch, and she is pulled forcibly down the rest of the way. (2x01)

Flashback编辑

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Michael insists on fighting for custody.

Michael visits his lawyer about fighting for custody of Walt. The lawyer says signing Walt for adoption so Brian Porter can become his legal father would mean Michael has no rights at all. Michael wants to fight all the way, but the lawyer tells him the proceedings will cost a lot of money. Michael is adamant, however, that he is going to get his son back.

A hearing takes place between the Michael and Susan Lloyd, accompanied by their lawyers. Susan's staff begin to nitpick at Michael's history as a father, culminating in the conclusion that "for someone who wants to retain his parental right you don’t know very much about your son." Michael, however, stands firm that he is Walt’s father.

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At another conference, Susan speaks to Michael alone. She says she thinks Michael will win in court, but cannot understand why he is doing this when he does not even know Walt and could never provide what she could. She pleads for Michael to let Walt go, and hands him the adoption forms.

At a park, Susan and the toddler Walt arrive to meet Michael. Michael finds it hard to call himself Walt's father but hesitatingly tells Walt that he will have a great life with his mother and Brian. He also promises that "your daddy" loves you very much, and "I" always will. Before leaving, he gives Walt a toy polar bear, asking Susan one day, at least, to tell him who it was from

On the Island 编辑

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At the Hatch, Locke shouts down the shaft for Kate, who has vanished. Tying himself a line of rope, Locke heads down after her. Locke reaches the bottom of the shaft and wanders round to discover he is in fact in some kind of concrete bunker. He removes his shoes and tiptoes further inside. He finds a kitchen and discovers Kate dazed on the floor. A man suddenly appears behind him holding a gun, and asks Locke, "Are you him?"

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Locke pretends that he is indeed "him." However, when the man asks, "What did one snowman say to the other?" and Locke can't answer, he realizes Locke is lying. The man orders Kate to tie Locke up, but Locke says Kate is more dangerous as she is a fugitive. The man allows it; Locke ties her hands and also secretes a pocket knife in her trousers. Desmond locks Kate inside a darkened room.

Jack waits at the caves, deciding to head after the others down the Hatch. Claire and Charlie watch from afar, but Claire suddenly notices a Virgin Mary statue in his bag. He brushes it off as nothing important.

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Gagged with her hands tied tightly behind her back, Kate attempts to free herself, but the bindings on her hands are tight. Kate maneuvers her arms in front and uses the pocket knife to free herself. She finds a light switch, discovering that she is actually in a pantry full of food with "DHARMA" labels. She notices a ventilation shaft, but before she climbs up, she notices Apollo candy bars on a shelf and cannot help eating one. Moving up inside the vent, she begins to crawl through. Nearby, Locke is explaining to the man about the plane crash. He says his name is Desmond, and asks how many of the survivors are sick. A buzzer begins to sound. Desmond orders Locke up, takes him to a computer and tells him to enter the numbers 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, and 42 and to press "Execute." After Locke does, the buzzing stops and a timer on the wall resets to 108:00.

Jack shouts for Kate and Locke; Desmond observes him through the Mirror Scope he has set up. Kate see Jack through an air vent, but Desmond plays loud music and Jack can't hear Kate call out for him. Desmond confronts Jack, ordering him to drop his weapon before Jack realizes that he knows the man.

On the raft编辑

Sawyer emerges from the water to hear Walt, Michael and Jin shouting after the attack of their raft. He manages to grab some wreckage and gets to Michael before he drowns. However, Michael is still not breathing.

Sawyer begins to perform CPR and manages to revive Michael, but is forced to restrain him to stop his struggling for Walt. He refuses to give up shouting even though the fishing boat the kidnappers used is long gone.

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Meanwhile, Sawyer screams for Jin, and Michael asks Sawyer if he feels guilty for making them fire the flare. The two argue, and Michael orders him to get off his raft, but not before they hear noises and are attacked. Sawyer’s bleeding shoulder has attracted a shark. Sawyer decides to try and swim for another piece of raft wreckage after his argument, managing to hold on to a small piece. As Michael looks on, Sawyer tells him he was trying to save Walt when he was shot, contrary to what Michael may think about him saving himself.

Some time later, Sawyer decides to pull out the bullet in his shoulder with his bare hand, as Michael insists he will not be able to do it. Nevertheless, Sawyer is successful, coldly asking Michael for a Band-Aid afterward.

Still struggling at sea, Sawyer surmises that the kidnappers' boat was small, so it could only be local. Rousseau had said that the Others were coming for the child, and while at the time they believed this meant Aaron, Sawyer believes they were after Walt all along. Michael splashes water at Sawyer for saying his son’s name, causing Sawyer’s piece of wreckage to break apart. He returns to share Michael’s section, and the two grudgingly sit together.

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Michael and Sawyer discover one of the pontoons from the raft, which is much sturdier than their current piece of wreckage. Handing Michael the gun, Sawyer heads after it. The shark emerges from the ocean and Michael violently fires four rounds, venting his rage. Both manage to get to the pontoon, and they lie down exhausted. As the sun rises, Michael promises to get back his son as the two realize that the current has brought them back to the Island. "We're home," adds Sawyer. The two wash up on shore and immediately hear Jin. He runs out to them, shouting. They finally realize he is saying "Others!" as a group of strangers carrying weapons ominously appear, advancing on the three.

Trivia编辑

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  • A DHARMA Logo can be seen branded on the tail of the shark that attacks Sawyer and Michael.
  • The mats in the cabinet where Kate was kept have octagonal holes like the DHARMA Logo.
  • When Michael is talking to his lawyer, we get a very brief glimpse of the World Trade Center towers.

Production notes编辑

  • The episode was originally going to be a Sawyer flashback. StarTrek.com announced that Jolene Blalock had been cast and that some scenes were partially shot before being scrapped in favor of a Michael-centric episode. It is unknown if filming was completed, but some pictures surfaced online in July 2008. One of them has Kevin Dunn, who played Gordy in what would be the eventual Sawyer flashback episode in Season 2, "The Long Con".
    • In an interview with Variety in April 2009, Carlton Cuse explained why the Sawyer flashback was dropped from this episode:

This happens all the time in both film and TV, scenes or storylines are shot that just don’t work out as you hoped. We’ve been fortunate to have a really high success rate on Lost. In fact, that was the only time we dumped an entire storyline. No fault of the actors — it just wasn’t properly conceived. We have no plans to put it on the DVDs because unlike most deleted scenes, which just don’t fit into the body of a particular show, this storyline was not at the quality bar we have for the show.

  • Naveen Andrews (Sayid), Maggie Grace (Shannon), and Yunjin Kim (Sun) do not appear in this episode.
  • Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje makes his debut as Mr. Eko; he becomes a regular in "".
  • Bernard, Cindy, and Libby were portrayed by extras in the final scene when attacking the raft survivors. This could have been done for budgetary reasons as to not pay the actors for a full episode or because they had not been cast yet in the case of Bernard and Libby. The extras can be clearly identified in this screen-shot.
  • This is the first episode not to credit Malcolm David Kelley (Walt), although his name will be restored to main cast for his guest appearances this season.

Bloopers and continuity errors 编辑

  • Several times a full moon is clearly visible in the night sky; it provides the light that Sawyer and Michael need to see what they are doing on the raft in the sea. Since this is Day 44, that would make it November 5, 2004. According to the U.S. Naval Observatory, on that date the moon was in its last quarter phase, not a full moon. [1]
  • In the previous episode, as the second verse of "Make Your Own Kind of Music" is playing, you can briefly hear Kate shout to Jack. In this episode, she is shouting as the chorus of the song plays.

Analysis编辑

Recurring themes 编辑


Recurring themes in Lost
Black and whiteCar accidentsCharacter connectionsDeceptions and consDreamsEyesFate versus free willGood and bad peopleImprisonmentIsolationLife and deathMissing body partsNicknamesThe NumbersParent issuesPregnanciesRainRebirthRedemptionRelationshipsSacrificeSecretsTime


Cultural references 编辑

Lost中涉及的文化
(只包括直接提及的)
艺术书籍汽车游戏电视和电影音乐哲学宗教和意识形态科学


Literary techniques 编辑

Lost中的文学技巧
ComparativeIronyJuxtaposition
PlottingCliffhangerPlot twist
Stock Characters:  ArchetypeRedshirtUnseen character
Story:  FlashbacksFlashforwardsForeshadowingRegularly spoken phrasesSymbolismUnreliable narrator 
  • Sawyer and Michael are brought back to the Island by the currents, and discover that Jin has been there for some time as his hands have been bound by "the Others". (Plot twist)
  • Despite the fact that the raft had been traveling for a day and a half at night, the currents still carry Michael and Sawyer back to the Island, the place they were hoping to escape from, and the place that they now wish to return to, in order to rescue Walt. (Irony)
  • In keeping with the title of the episode, both sets of events shown in this episode present Michael at times when he is "adrift" in his life, with no sense of direction or purpose, other than "get Walt back". In his past, this spiritual emptiness probably continued until the events of ""; in the present, he finds his way back to solid ground, giving him a solid direction and purpose again. (Juxtaposition)  (Symbolism)
  • Desmond asks Locke: "Are you him?" In Michael's flashback, Susan tells him to "let him [Walt] go." (Regularly spoken phrases)


Episode connections编辑

Episode references编辑

  • The events in the Swan are the same as those in the previous episode, this time from the point of view of Locke and Kate. (2x01)
  • Michael and Sawyer discuss Walt's kidnapping. (1x24)

Episode allusions编辑

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