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Lost: Via Domus
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Characters:   Beady Eyes · Elliott Maslow · Lisa Gellhorn · Zoran Savo · Rico
Episodes: "Force Majeure" · "A New Day" · "Via Domus" · "Forty-Two" · "Hotel Persephone" · "Whatever It Takes" · "Worth A Thousand Words"


"A New Day"
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"A New Day" is the second episode of Lost: Via Domus. Jack, Kate, and Charlie return from their trip to the cockpit. Elliott goes looking for his camera in the cockpit wreckage.

Synopsis

Flashback

Elliott is with Lisa in Thailand around August 15, 2004. Take a picture of Lisa with her arm on her hip with the fisherman in the picture. This will trigger Elliott remembering that he was taking photos in Thailand for the travel section of a newspaper. You then look at three objects. The first is a newspaper that details the theft of "nerve agent" from a Hanso foundation facility in Sabaragamuwa province, Sri Lanka on August 8, 2004. The second is Lisa's diary which has entries for August 15th and August 16th 2004 giving details of the vacation and her investigation of Savo. The final one is a tape of Lisa saying that she intends to keep her investigation of Savo secret from Elliott. Lisa (who speaks Thai) tricks the fisherman so they can steal his boat. She tells him a story about a woman in trouble and he runs to help.

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Michael collects wood for the raft.


On the Island

Jack, Kate and Charlie arrive at the beach running from the Monster after their visit to the cockpit. Kate suggests that your camera might be there but that Jack is not allowing anyone to leave the beach. After talking to Jack, Lisa appears on the beach. Elliott approaches Lisa, but she disappears.

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Elliott finds a dead polar bear in the caves

Scattered along the beach Elliott finds a comic book on the far end, a chessboard by the fuselage, and a Drive Shaft CD along the jungle line near the fuselage, among a pile of luggage and debris.

Elliott tells Jack that Claire has fainted and Jack stops guarding the jungle. Elliott runs into the jungle to find the front section wreckage. He meets Locke near the banyan trees. After Elliott talks to Locke, whispers can be heard in the jungle. Elliott follows a trail of wreckage. Beady Eyes can be seen hiding in a tree, and he shoots at Elliott. Beady Eyes continues to shoot Elliott, but the Monster comes and attacks Beady Eyes, giving Elliott a chance to escape. Elliott finds Michael gathering wood for a raft in the jungle.

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Elliott finds the cockpit

Michael tells him that the cockpit can be reached through a cave. Michael gives him a lighter to help him see.

Elliott trades Michael for a torch to help him navigate through the caves. He follows the wall to the first light spot in the cave. The caves are filled with deep pits, bats, and the Monster. Elliott discovers a dead polar bear inside the cave. At the end of the cave is an opening that leads to the jungle.

Elliott finds the cockpit, and he enters the front section. There is a broken panel with a large supply of fuses next to the working panel.

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Elliott encounters the Others.

After Elliott activates the panel, the container holding the camera opens and he takes the camera.

Elliott leaves the cockpit. It is dusk, and the sun has already set. After Elliott turns around the corner, he encounters Ben and Juliet. Ben tells Elliott that "we think you might be the one". Elliott asks "who are you people?" to which Ben replies "we're the good guys". Tom comes from behind Elliott, and knocks him out with a club. Juliet then injects Elliott with something and he passes out.


Trivia

  • This is the last episode that Claire appears in. She is only mentioned later, by Hurley ("Via Domus"), Charlie ("Hotel Persephone"), and in the files of the Staff computer. ("Forty-Two")
  • This is the last episode that Michael appears on the island. He later appears in Elliott's flashback in "Whatever It Takes" and is mentioned by other survivors in "Forty-Two".
  • A dead polar bear can be seen in the caves.
  • The book found in the cockpit is Homer's Oddessey, an epic in which the titular character, Odysseus (or Ulysses), is first brought into a war over a disagreement of the gods, and is then forced to spend 10 years at sea attempting to reach home, while Poseidon prevents from doing so. This is much like the story of the crash survivors, who were brought to The Island because of a disagreement of two powerful immortals, and then prevented from leaving by numerous different groups outside of their control.

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