New Lost Spoilers! Preview 5.6: 316

Preview of ‘Lost’ 5.06: 316

The Oceanic 6 are told how to get back to the island and Jack’s grandfather may show his face in the next episode of ‘Lost’.


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There is only one way back to the island, and it’s through the ‘windows’. In the next ““, the scheme to get back to the island to save the rest is getting rounder with the revelation on ‘how to’ but problem occurs when not all of the Oceanic 6 agree to return. According to EW’s Michael Ausiello, this episode will introduce for the first time the grandfather of Jack. The character will be played by Raymond J. Barry who had appeared as guest in “” and “” among others. The episode is called “316” and it airs February 18.
On another news, it has just been dished out that there is a possibility for Walt to be back on the show on next two week’s episode “The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham”. Michael Emerson aka Ben told TV Guide, “The writers would say that Walt … left the island at a time that wasn’t key. It’s not just about the six who left; it’s about when and how they left.”

Episode 5.06: 316 Airdate: February 18, 2009

  • Jack dives from the top of the waterfall and he swims over to Hurley, who’s sitting on the side playing guitar… There’s also a floating guitar case. Then he swims over to a maybe unconscious Kate. Suddenly, Jin comes out of the jungle holding a gun and wearing a Dharma jumpsuit. Jacks says “Jin?” And then Jin lowers the gun looking confused. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 02/02 – Mrs Hawking gives something to Jack that MUST go back with Locke’s body along with a special item that comes in pairs that is related to Jack’s grandfather. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • The members of Oceanic 6 discover how to get back to the island, but not all of them want to return. Guest starring are Fionnula Flanagan as Eloise Hawking, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Sai d Taghmaoui as Caesar, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Mary Mara as Jill, Raymond J. Barry as Ray, Kavita Patil as Rupa Krishnavani, P. D. Mani as Nabil, Rebecca Hazlewood as Nalini, Patti Hastie as barfly, Glen Bailey as magician and Ned Van Zandt as Mr. Dorsey. Source: ABC

Episode 5.07: The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham Airdate: February 25, 2009 from 9 to 10:06 p.m.

  • Locke’s fateful mission off the island as Jeremy Bentham is revealed. Guest starring are Malcolm David Kelley as Walt, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Lance Reddick as Matthew Abaddon, William Blanchett as Aaron, Said Taghmaoui as Caesar, Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana, Ammar Daraiseh as Hajer, Grisel Toledo as Susie, Stephen Scibetta as foreman and John Jamal Bradley as kid. Source: ABC

Episode 5.08: LaFleur Airdate: March 4, 2009

  • Sawyer perpetuates a lie with some of the other island survivors in order to protect themselves from mistakes of the past. Guest starring are Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Reiko Aylesworth as Amy, Christopher Jaymes as doctor, Kevin Rankin as Jerry, Patrick Fischler as Phil, Molly McGivern as Rosie, Carla Buscaglia as Heather and John Skinner as Other #1. Source: ABC

Episode 5.09: Namaste Airdate: March 11, 2009

  • Jin and Swayer see the first half of the Oceanic 6. The reaction is emotional to the return. Jack talks to Marvin Candle. Juliet and Sawyer are living together. Source: Lost Spoilers

Episode 5.10: He’s Our You (Sayid-centric)Airdate: March 18, 2009

  • [A scene set in Russia] was for Naveen Andrews, who stalked about dressed all in black (including a leather jacket). Most of the action happened behind closed doors, but the last scene depicted Sayid coming out of the building, holding something inside his jacket, and walking away. Bags of ice were spread across the sidewalk to depict snow. Interestingly, the same thing was done one block east on this same street for another Sayid scene (leaving a restaurant in Berlin). […] After sundown, they turned up at Bishop Museum, where the show had recreated yet another Russian locale .  According to my friend Jeff, a museum employee, both Naveen Andrews and Michael Emerson were on hand. He said they were in Red Square, and that fake snow was sprayed on the side of Hawaiian Hall and on cars parked along the lane. Source: The Transmission

Episode 5.11: Title Unknown Airdate: March 25, 2009

Episode 5.12: Dead Is Dead Airdate: April 1, 2009

  • Brian: Any ethnicity, late 20s to mid-30s. Smart, charismatic and clever with the ability to be physically imposing. He is wise beyond his years. Capable of genuine charm, he is also the first person you’d want to help you out of any serious jams. Recurring. Source: Lost Spoilers

Episode 5.13: Some Like It Hoth Airdate: April 8, 2009

  • Leading up to 5.13, Faraday has gone “missing” after exploring the Orchid amongst other things. In 5.13, he reappears and is seen by Miles. It’s a pretty big reveal, as Daniel’s whereabouts and activities have been missing for a while. We [know of] some experimental stuff being taken from the Sub. We see Radzinky and some Dharma scientists in black uniforms along with Pierre Chang. Daniel has been busy with something and is the setup for something big to happen. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • Today they were filming off of Lehua St near Chuck E Cheese in Pearl City. It was a shot of Miles being kidnapped by two men and thrown into a van. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • Howard: Late 40s – late 50s, any ethnicity. Blue-collar, tough-looking. A lonely guy who finds it hard to admit his love for his son. Goes to great lengths to finally bond with him. Little Boy: 8-12 years old, Asian. Precocious and inquisitive, he wanders away from his mom and finds himself in a scary situation but discovers he’s got more fortitude than he ever imagined. Source: Lost Spoilers

Episode 5.14: The Variable Airdate: April 15, 2009

  • This episode is a direct follow up from “The Constant.” It continues with Desmond’s and Daniel’s adventures. We get more info on Daniel’s notebook statement “Desmond is my Constant.” The early planning of this episode may explain why Desmond left the army. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • George: 10 years old, very intelligent, sharp and bright. A child prodigy who is already completing high school level work. Extraordinarily gifted as a science student and musician, he still deep down simply wants to make his parents proud and get their love. Looking for someone with brown hair and brown eyes. Please submit actors that can play some piano. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 02/02 – Sophie: Late 30’s – 40s, British. Very intelligent, skillful, prim and proper aristocrat yet someone who is tough and resourceful when necessary to protect her family. Looking for actress 5’0″ to 5’4″ in height for matching requirements. Must have an English accent. Probably recur. Source: Lost Spoilers

General spoilers:

  • Two new people will accompany the O6 back to the Island. We will see another crash. We will see Ms. Hawking inside the Lamppost Station. Sawyer has to to lie. The lie hinges on everyone’s safety, especially his own. Someone we’ve seen will be shown to be Ethan’s mother. […] Dharma wants to kill Sayid and capture him. A teenage Ben helps him escape. Ben is shot and I think Jin witnessed this. Juliet tries to help Ben but gets Sawyer and Kate to help her carry Ben to Richard and the Others. Richard Alpert was there and so were Others with guns. Locke is seen shooting a scene where he is wearing an outfit very similar to the suit he was buried in. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • We’ll find out what Sawyer told Kate in the first half of the season. There’s some kind of romantic tension between Sawyer and Juliet. Mrs. Hawking is related to someone we already know. [It’s false to say that] Ben really cannot go back to the Island. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Brad Henke [will play that “younger Phillip Seymou Hoffman-type” character]. I can’t say much about his character, except that he has ties to the mysterious Ilana. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • [October Road‘s] Brad William Henke [… was] just booked four episodes of Lost. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV
  • A Lost insider tells me that Team Darlton is very quietly looking for an actor to play a “younger Phillip Seymour Hoffman-type” for a smallish arc this season, and a much bigger one next. Source: The Ausiello Files

The Rousseau storyline would last for a while. When asked if Jin will learn French, Daniel Dae Kim said slyly, “Who’s to say he doesn’t already know it?” We get the feeling he may already speak it. (Watch With Kristin)

Jin and Sun reunite. And it may be sooner than you think. You’ll be surprised if and when you see it. (Watch With Kristin)

Lance Reddick (now on Fringe) says he’s coming back to Lost in the Feb. 25 episode. (Watch With Kristin)

Rebecca Mader talked about Charlotte and Daniel: “They must have a history. Because it’s like they just got to this island and all of a sudden they appear to have—he apparently loves her, he’s in love with her, which is huge.” Hopefully we’ll find out about it soon since someone is kicking the bucket this week, and it very well could be Charlotte. (Watch With Kristin)

Rebecca Mader said she’s safe for now, but the emphasis was a bit too strong on the “for now”. She may have been released from the show at some point to shoot a movie with George Clooney. (Watch With Kristin)

Malcolm Davide Kelley (Walt) recently filmed an episode of Lost, scheduled to air February 25. Just don’t expect Michael’s son to factor into Ben’s mission to return select former castaways to the isle. As Michael Emerson tells us, “The writers would say that Walt … left the island at a time that wasn’t key. It’s not just about the six who left; it’s about when and how they left.” (TV Guide)

316 – Airing February 18
Jack dives from the top of the waterfall and he swims over to Hurley, who’s sitting on the side playing guitar… There’s also a floating guitar case. Then he swims over to a maybe unconscious Kate. Suddenly, Jin comes out of the jungle holding a gun and wearing a Dharma jumpsuit. Jacks says “Jin?” And then Jin lowers the gun looking confused. (Lost Spoilers)

The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham – Airing February 26
Locke’s mission off the island as Jeremy is revealed. (ABC)

Namaste – Airing March 11
Jin and Swayer see the first half of the Oceanic 6. The reaction is emotional to the return. Jack talks to Marvin Candle. Juliet and Sawyer are living together. (Lost Spoilers)

The show is casting a role that sounds a lot like a pre-island Ben. The 10-year-old child prodigy is an extraordinarily gifted science student and musician who “is deeply depressed and simply wants to make his parents proud and get their love.” Interested actors must have brown hair, brown eyes and strong piano skills. (Michael Ausiello)

Mrs. Hawking is related to someone we already know. (Watch With Kristin)

Mrs Hawking gives something to Jack that MUST go back with Locke’s body along with a special item that comes in pairs that is related to Jack’s grandfather. (Lost Spoiler)

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