Well Round 1 is now over with the final 2 places in the last 32 going to The Brig and Through the Looking Glass (by the largest margin to date). All 32 episodes were entered into my sometimes cruel virtual hat and I can tell you there are going to be some big casualties in this round as well, with today being no exception.
Round 2 sees the following breakdown for Season episodes, (S1=8, S2=10 and S3=14) and Round 2 will follow the same format of 2 matchup's per day.
Today we see a titanic all Season 3 matchup followed by an all Season 2 matchup. Please feel free to leave comments about why you chose a particular episode and any highlights/memorable moments from them.
A Tale of Two Cities
"A Tale of Two Cities" is the Season 3 premiere of Lost, and the 48th episode of the series as a whole. Jack, Kate and Sawyer find themselves in unusual locations after being kidnapped by the Others, who reveal themselves to be more sophisticated than anyone could have previously guessed. Full Summary
"The Brig" was the 19th episode of Season 3, and was originally broadcast on May 2, 2007. The Others offer Locke the chance to join them if he shows his commitment. Unable to do what they ask, Locke recruits Sawyer to do it for him. Meanwhile, Desmond questions whether or not the Flight 815 survivors trust Jack enough to tell him about the woman they saved.Full Summary
Two for the Road
"Two for the Road" is the twentieth episode of Season 2 of Lost. When Ana-Lucia is attacked by Henry Gale, she begins to contemplate taking matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, Michael is reunited with his friends, and tells them that he wants to go back for his son.Full Summary
"?" is the twenty-first episode of Season 2 of Lost. As Eko experiences unusual dreams, he asks John to take him to the ? from the blast door map he saw. At the Hatch, the rest of the survivors must come to terms with what transpired, and try to ease the suffering of a mortally wounded Libby.Full Summary