Lost Episode Stills from "Lighthouse"

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As clips from next week's Lost episode depict, "Lighthouse" centers around a pair of half-siblings.

Viewers will see what Jack's sideways life looks like in 2004; while a clearly crazed Claire interrogates an Other in her attempt to track down Aaron.

We'll recap and review the episode in depth after it airs. For now, get an early look at scenes from the installment below. Click on each photo to enlarge it...

Crazed Claire
  • Jack
  • Tic Tac Toe
  • Hurley
  • Hurley and Jack

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This is just filling out the season for money, like they've been doing for a couple of years now. Locke is a substitute teach as is Linus; they choose to make anyone anything at any time, with no rhyme or reason. Jack may be a jet fighter next week, and Kate may be his daughter. It's an inside joke played at the viewer's expense. Cover all your bases. The basic problem is they never knew where they were going when they created this mess. The only thing left to do is to make Hurley, a thin, former Olympic Marathon Runner who got depressed because he didn't win gold and ate too much. Oh, next week, look for Sawyer to have been in a previous life, a Mormon Leader with 20 wives, and six hundred kids.