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Season 4 began airing on January 31, 2008 and continues the stories of a group of more than forty people who have been stranded on a remote island in the South Pacific after their airplane crashed ninety-three days prior to the beginning of the season. They are assailed by a group of dangerous island inhabitants they call the "Others" and attempt to escape the mysterious island. Episodes will continue to feature secondary storylines showing points in characters' lives before and after their time on the island.
Season 4 was truncated due to the 2007 WGA writers' strike.
| Lost - Past, Present & Future
*Narrator: Michael Emerson
The fourth season Lost special, which provided an insightful glimpse into the lives of the survivors of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815.
| The Beginning of the End
As the survivors make contact with the freighter, they learn of Charlie's final message, and are split into two factions with Jack and Locke leading each side. Flashforwards give insight to Hurley's life after rescue.
| Confirmed Dead
Four members of the freighter crew arrive on the island, and the survivors begin to question their intentions. The lives on the new arrivals is revealed, as is the outside world's discovery of Flight 815's wreckage.
| The Economist
Sayid, Miles and Kate head to the Barracks in an attempt to rescue Charlotte from Locke's party, and a dark future for Sayid is revealed where he works as an assassin.
| The Constant
While traveling to the freighter, Desmond begins to experience certain time related side-effects, and must use the help of Daniel to correct the imbalance.
| The Other Woman
Juliet receives word Daniel and Charlotte are headed to the Tempest to release a deadly gas, and has been given to order to kill them. Meanwhile, Ben bargains with Locke for his freedom by providing information about the intentions of those aboard the freighter.
| Ji Yeon
Sun and Jin prepare to leave for Locke's camp, until Juliet reveals to Jin that Sun had previously had an affair. On the Kahana, Sayid and Desmond meet with the captain, and discover the identity of the spy aboard.
| Meet Kevin Johnson
Michael is confronted by Sayid and Desmond, who force him to reveal how he came to be on the freighter. Meanwhile, Locke explains to his fellow survivors why they are protecting Benjamin.
| The Shape of Things to Come
Keamy and the Kahana crew commence their attack on the Barracks in an attempt to extract Benjamin Linus. Meanwhile, the survivors discover the body of the Kahana's doctor, Ray, on the beach with his throat slit.
| Something Nice Back Home
Juliet diagnoses Jack with appendicitis and suggests an immediate surgery to remove his appendix. Meanwhile, Sawyer, Claire, and Miles continue their trek across the island to the beach camp.
| Cabin Fever
Locke, Ben, and Hurley continue their search for Jacob's cabin. Meanwhile, aboard the Kahana, tensions mount between those siding with Keamy and those siding with Gault.
| There's No Place Like Home - Part 1
Ben, Locke and Hurley make their way to the Orchid station, only to discover that the freighter team has already arrived. Jack and Sawyer make their way across the island to track the helicopter. Sayid returns on the Zodiac raft, and turns it over to Daniel who begins ferrying survivors to the freighter. Meanwhile, flashforwards account for the aftermath of the Oceanic Six's rescue.
| There's No Place Like Home - Part 2
Locke and Ben make their way into the Orchid station in an attempt to move the island. Michael and Jin remain on the Kahana in an attempt to disarm the explosives aboard. The Oceanic Six find their rescue, along with Desmond and Lapidus as they make contact with Penny's vessel.