Charlie snaps and loses complete hold on reality. He tries to “save” Aaron, a word that here means kidnap during the night. He also has a flashback about a piano. Also Hurley finally starts wooing Libby, she gets a little worried because he also mentions that he recognizes her from somewhere.
This episode is useless. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Charlie is a waste of space. After season one and his infamous line, “Where are we?” he fulfills his purpose and should have been downgraded to a recurring guest along with Claire. They’re only there for filler episodes and it shows. They never progress as characters they only cause struggle between each other.
Completely useless 0/10.0
-Hurley to Libby, “Do I know you from somewhere?” Libby, “You mean other than the flight?” Hurley, “..flight..”
-Libby asks the question, “Is this washer and dryer newer than anything else in here (The Swan)?” Uh, yeah, what’s up with that? Why is there a new washer and dryer in there? It seems very,very strange. And there’s no chance we’ll ever find out why.
-After Hurley asks if they’ve met before she looks all worried. She then distracts him by getting changed behind his back then she makes up a story about Hurley stepping on her foot. She’s hiding something.
-Sawyer helps Hurley talk to Libby.
-Ana Lucia asks Jack if he’s “hitting that” referring to Kate.
-Charlie is all the more despicable because he is so good at lying.
Flashbacks (what we knew then):
Flashforwards (what we know now):
-In Charlies vision he saw his mom and Claire on the beach with halos over their head, they were telling Charlie to save Aaron. Then a dove came down from heaven. Lastly, Hurley came out of the forest wearing a first century jewish type outfit. Later Eko tells Claire that when John the Baptizer baptized Jesus a dove flew out of heaven. I think this is proof that Aaron is some sort of chosen one, in a similar way to Locke and Ben. They both have very Jesus-like qualities as does Aaron.