Here are Yesterdays Poll results and as you can see we had 3 pretty one-sided affairs with one semi-close one.
Because You Left 894 75% (76.2%)
Tabula Rasa 298 25% (23.8%)
Two for the Road 1086 90% (88.9%)
The Glass Ballerina 118 10% (11.1%)
One of Us 813 67% (66.6%)
Something Nice Back Home 399 33% (33.4%)
The Incident (Part 1 & 2) 1003 83% (92.9%)
The Shape of Things to Come 206 17% (7.1%)
We've updated the bracket software and the current results are now posted here. Only 10 people out of 1168 have got all 24 predictions correct so far. How did you do? and how do you think you'll do today?
Today sees four more match-ups, who will your vote for and why. Let us know in the comments and follow it in our Official Discussion Thread.
A BIG thank you to Dharmageddon for the images again today, despite his PC blowing up and still managed to get the new images created.
A Tale of Two Cities
Now prisoners of "The Others," head games begin for Jack, Kate, and Sawyer.
Not in Portland
Sawyer and Kate struggle to escape the island while Jack sabotages Ben's surgery, and Juliet's plan to make a deal with Jack to kill Ben on the operating table is exposed.
Desmond returns to Oxford to fulfill Faraday's request to find his mother. Back on the island, the survivors discover that they've run into The Others 50 years in the past, but Richard Alpert is the same age.
During the helicopter ride to the ship, Desmond's consciousness begins jumping back and forth between present day 2004 and 1996. He is forced to find Daniel Faraday in 1996 in order to get answers and stop the jumps.
The Greater Good
After burying one of their own, tempers flare as the castaways' suspicions of each other grow -- and an unlikely survivor vows revenge. Meanwhile, Claire and Charlie struggle to calm her newborn.
Faraday returns to the island and tells Jack that his mother, Eloise Hawking, lied to them--they don't belong on the island. He then initiates a dangerous plan to get them back home.
Hurley begins to think the island is affecting him in a very strange way, so Libby attempts to offer him support. Hurley also recalls his past in a mental hospital with his friend Dave. Meanwhile, the prisoner calling himself Henry Gale offers new information about the Hatch, which severely shakes Locke's sense of purpose.
Locke tells Sawyer that he needs to come with him to kill Ben. But the man Locke wants him to kill is actually his father--who also happens to be a figure from Sawyer's past.