Congratulations to Yesterdays winners Catch-22 and Greatest Hits (although it did knock out one of my favourite episodes!) who will both be going forward into the last 16, and thanks to everyone who voted and commented. Today we see a brutal contest between another 3 of my favourite episodes (damn my virtual hat!). I have a feeling that the Moth won't be going any further in this Cup. Please feel free to leave comments about why you chose a particular episode and any highlights/memorable moments from them.
The Man Behind the Curtain
"The Man Behind the Curtain" is the 20th episode of Season 3, and was broadcast on May 9, 2007. After bringing his father's body to Ben, Locke demands to see Jacob, the leader of the Others. Meanwhile, Sawyer returns to camp with the tape recorder, causing everyone to finally confront Jack and Juliet.Full Summary
Live Together, Die Alone
"Live Together, Die Alone" is the 23rd episode and 2 hour finale of Season 2 of Lost. Events come to a head as Michael leads his friends across the Island to confront the Others. Meanwhile, Desmond returns to the Island on a sailboat, and he and Locke make a decision to see what happens if the countdown in the Swan goes beyond zero. This episode was also Desmond's first flashback episode.Full Summary
"The Moth" is the seventh episode of Season 1 of Lost. Charlie struggles with withdrawal symptoms after giving his remaining heroin stash to John Locke. Elsewhere, Sayid sets in motion his plan to isolate the origin of the French distress signal, in the hope that it could provide a means of finding a way off the Island. Flashbacks in this episode center around Charlie's struggles with the temptations involved with being a rockstar and also his older brother's massive ego.Full Summary
Through The Looking Glass
"Through the Looking Glass" is the 22nd episode and 2-hour finale of Season 3 of Lost. The episode was originally broadcast on May 23, 2007. Events come to a head as the Others engage the survivors at the beach. Meanwhile, Jack relentlessly leads the group on toward rescue, whilst Charlie struggles to finish his mission at the underwater station. This episode was also the first to use a "flashforward" technique replacing the customary "flashback" technique.Full Summary