Lost 6 Seasons 2009

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Season 5
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4. The Little Prince TV-14 CC

Kate takes desperate measures when her custody of Aaron is threatened; the survivors begin to feel the affects of the flashes as they attempt to get to the Orchid.

Starring:
Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
February 4, 2009

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The Little Prince

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Season 5
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    1. Because You Left Time shifts on the Island throw Sawyer, Juliet, Faraday, Locke and everyone else for a loop; Ben enlists Jack to get the Oceanic Six back together.

    TV-14 44min January 21, 2009
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    2. The Lie Time shifts on the Island throw Sawyer, Juliet, Faraday, Locke and everyone else for a loop; Ben enlists Jack to get the Oceanic Six back together.

    TV-14 43min January 21, 2009
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    3. Jughead A time shift forces Farraday, Charlotte, Sawyer, Locke and Juliet to encounter The Others in the 1950s; Desmond is forced to face Charles Widmore.

    TV-14 44min January 28, 2009
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    4. The Little Prince Kate takes desperate measures when her custody of Aaron is threatened; the survivors begin to feel the affects of the flashes as they attempt to get to the Orchid.

    TV-14 44min February 4, 2009
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    5. This Place is Death Jin joins the others as they finally reach the Orchid - possibly too late for some; Sun is told the truth about Jin by Ben.

    TV-14 44min February 11, 2009
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    6. 316 After his encounter with Hawking, Jack and the rest of the survivors find themselves back on the Island.

    TV-14 44min February 18, 2009
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    7. The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham Locke escapes the Island and finds himself hopelessly facing the reality of what he must do to save his friends on the Island.

    TV-14 47min February 25, 2009
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    8. LaFleur Sawyer perpetuates a lie with some of the island survivors in order to protect themselves from mistakes of the past.

    TV-14 44min March 4, 2009
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    9. Namaste Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid find themselves in Dharma time; Sun, Lapides and Ben make their way on the Island in the present.

    TV-14 44min March 18, 2009
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    10. He's Our You Sayid deals with being a captive on the Island in 1977 Dharma where he encounters a young Ben.

    TV-14 43min March 25, 2009
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    11. Whatever Happened, Happened Kate takes matters into her own hands and saves a controversial life; Kate's years off the Island are revealed including why she left Aaron behind.

    TV-14 44min April 1, 2009
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    12. Dead is Dead Locke and Sun help Ben atone for his actions; the modern day Islanders find evidence of 1977 Dharma.

    TV-14 44min April 8, 2009
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    13. Some Like It Hoth Marvin Candle puts Miles and Hurley through some grueling tasks; Kate's recent actions come to light to the Dharma leaders and Jack steps forward to protect her.

    TV-14 44min April 15, 2009
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    14. The Story of the Oceanic 6 Featuring clips from previous episodes to get the viewers caught up to date.

    TV-14 44min April 22, 2009
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    15. The Variable Just as things unravel for Sawyer, Juliet and everyone immersed in the Dharma initiative, Faraday returns to convince the survivors they may not need to be stuck in 1977 anymore.

    TV-14 44min April 29, 2009
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    16. Follow the Leader Jack and Kate head off with Eloise and Charles to try to reverse history; Sawyer strikes a deal to take Juliet off the Island.

    TV-14 44min May 6, 2009
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    17. A Journey in Time Featuring clips from previous episodes to get the viewers caught up to the 5th season finale.

    TV-14 44min May 13, 2009
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    18. The Incident, Part 1 Kate, Sawyer and Juliet team up with Jack and his crew in order to cause the incident they all so desperately want.

    TV-14 44min May 13, 2009
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    19. The Incident, Part 2 Locke takes Richard, Ben, Sun and the rest of the others to confront Jacob.

    TV-14 44min May 13, 2009
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    Destiny Calls Clips from previous episodes to get the viewers caught up to the 5th season premiere.

    TV-14 44min January 21, 2009

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Drama, Adventure, Mystery
Director Stephen Williams
Starring Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick
Supporting actors Jeremy Davies, Michael Emerson, Matthew Fox, Jorge Garcia, Josh Holloway, Daniel Dae Kim, Yunjin Kim, Ken Leung, Evangeline Lilly, Rebecca Mader, Elizabeth Mitchell, Terry O'Quinn, Guillaume Dabinpons, Susan Duerden, Melissa Farman, Tom Irwin, Marc Menard, Stephanie Niznik
Season year 2009
Network ABC
Executive Producer J.J. Abrams
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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97 of 111 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 13, 2009
Format: DVD
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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Season Five of LOST was the first that provided more answers than questions. The first four seasons had raised questions at an extraordinary pace, providing the occasional answer. But while the end of Season Five raised a couple of massive questions of huge cliffhanger proportions, we nonetheless got more of a sense of what is going on with the island, its inhabitants, and its visitors than ever before. There are still some major unanswered questions, like the origin of the island and what the deal with Richard Alpert (the ageless wonder) is and who built the statue (and what brought it down), but we still are getting an overall picture of things.

What held true of LOST after Season One holds true of the show after Season Five: whether this turns out to be a great show depends on how well they manage to wrap up the overall story line. There have been very, very few shows in the history of television that have set out, from the very beginning, to tell a self-contained story with a beginning, middle, and an end. BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (the new one, not the old one) was one. BABYLON 5 was another. Many other shows have more or less ended up telling a story, but in a way that wasn't crucial to the structure of the series. This was even true of a show like ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT. But for shows like LOST and BSG, our ultimate judgment will hinge on how well all the loose ends are wrapped up at the end. The final answers will have a retroactive effect on the rest of the series. If we are left at the end feeling that the secrets of the island have not been adequately answered, this will undercut all that went before. If we don't accept the way the stories of the characters are resolved, it will weaken the series as a whole.
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31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Zachary Koenig on May 27, 2009
Format: DVD
While watching the first four seasons of LOST, I was continually amazed at the show's ability (due to its incredible writing) to keep the material fresh. Whether it was the flashbacks of season one, the Hatch in season two, or the huge bombshells dropped at the ends of seasons three and four, LOST was always able to keep me guessing and never felt as if it were treading the same ground twice.

This fifth season is no exception, and one could even make the case that this is the "strangest" season of LOST to date. Gone is the relatively linear format of the previous four seasons, and in is a storytelling format that jumps across time as easily as the Starship Enterprise! There are really three main "plot schemes" that exist during the course of the season (warning: minor spoilers ahead):

First, the question of "what the heck happened to the island?!" is answered, as the island (and all on it) are skipping through time and must find a way to reverse the effect before their nervous systems suffer the consequences of being displaced in time.

Once the time-skipping is stopped, the islanders find themselves in vastly different time periods, which allows the writers (in perhaps the most brilliant move in series history) to actually SHOW the Dharma Initiative, not just explain it.

While all of that is going on, the "Oceanic Six" are dealing with problems of their own ("We have to go back, Kate!") and each one must make their own decision about returning to the island.

All those thought-provoking topics provided hours more entertainment the likes of which has never been seen on network TV.
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