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Lost Season 2
Tagline: Everything Happens for a Reason
Country of origin United States
Network ABC
Original run September 21, 2005 –
May 24, 2006
No. of episodes 24
DVD release date September 5, 2006 (Widescreen boxed set)
Previous season 1
Next season 3

The second season of the American serial drama television series Lost commenced airing in the United States and Canada on September 21, 2005 and concluded on May 24, 2006. The second season continues the stories of a group of over forty people who have been stranded on a remote island in the south Pacific,[1] after their airplane crashed forty-four days prior to the beginning of the season. The season takes place from 4 to 27 November 2004. The producers have stated that as the first season is about introducing the survivors, the second season is about a 1980s scientific Dharma Initiative research station the survivors call the "hatch."[2]

The second season aired Wednesdays at 9:00 pm in the United States. In addition to the regular twenty-four episodes, three clip-shows recapped previous events on the show. "Destination Lost" aired before the premiere, "Lost: Revelation" aired before the tenth episode and "Lost: Reckoning" aired before the twentieth episode. The season was released on DVD as a seven disc boxed set under the title of Lost: The Complete Second Season – The Extended Experience on September 5, 2006 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment.[3]



The season was produced by Touchstone Television (now ABC Studios), Bad Robot Productions and Grass Skirt Productions and was aired on the ABC Network in the U.S. The executive producers were co-creator J.J. Abrams, co-creator Damon Lindelof, Bryan Burk, Jack Bender and Carlton Cuse.[4] The staff writers were Lindelof, Cuse, co-executive producer Steven Maeda, supervising producer Javier Grillo-Marxuach, supervising producers Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz, supervising producer Leonard Dick, supervising producer Jeph Loeb, supervising producer Craig Wright, producer Elizabeth Sarnoff and Christina M. Kim. The regular directors were Bender, producer Stephen Williams, camera operator Paul Edwards and Eric Laneuville. Lindelof and Cuse served as the show runners.


The second season had fifteen roles getting star billing, with twelve of them returning from the first season. Characters are ordered by billing and number of appearances. Matthew Fox acted as Jack Shephard, the leader of the survivors.[5] Terry O'Quinn played "man of faith" John Locke.[6] Jorge Garcia portrayed Hugo "Hurley" Reyes, who often serves as comic relief.[7] Josh Holloway acted as con man James "Sawyer" Ford, while Evangeline Lilly portrayed fugitive Kate Austen. Michelle Rodriguez portrayed the leader of the tail section survivors, Ana-Lucia Cortez.[8] Daniel Dae Kim acted as non-English speaking Jin Kwon.[9] Naveen Andrews portrayed former Iraqi Republican Guard Sayid Jarrah.[10] Dominic Monaghan acted as recovering drug addict Charlie Pace. Cynthia Watros played tail-section survivor Libby.[11] Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje played former drug lord-turned priest, Mr. Eko.[12] Yunjin Kim played Sun Kwon, Jin's English-speaking wife. Emilie de Ravin played new mother Claire Littleton.[13] Harold Perrineau portrayed Michael Dawson, whose son was kidnapped by the Others. Maggie Grace played Shannon Rutherford, still recovering from the recent death of her brother Boone.

Malcolm David Kelley, who portrayed Walt Lloyd, Michael's son, only received star billing in the episodes in which he appeared.[14] Former main cast member Ian Somerhalder returned with special guest star billing as Boone Carlyle.

The second season featured numerous guest stars. Michael Emerson portrayed a man calling himself Henry Gale, who is suspected to be one of the Others, a group of island inhabitants who terrorize the survivors. L. Scott Caldwell returned to play Rose Henderson, while Sam Anderson joined the cast playing her husband, Bernard Nadler. Kimberley Joseph played flight attendant Cindy Chandler.[15] Henry Ian Cusick portrayed Desmond Hume, a man who had been living in the hatch for three years.[16] M.C. Gainey played the Other named Tom and Tania Raymonde played the Other named Alex. John Terry appeared in numerous flashbacks as Jack's father, Christian Shephard. François Chau appeared in orientation films for the Dharma Initiative.[17] Clancy Brown acted as Desmond's companion in the hatch, Kelvin Inman.


The season was nominated for nine Emmy Awards, including nominations for writing, directing and guest acting.[18] However, the season did not win any Emmys.[19] The season was nominated for two Golden Globe Awards: drama and lead actress. However, Lost did not win.[20] The DVD set entered the sales chart at the number one position in its first week of release,[21] selling 500 000 copies in the first day.[22] On Amazon, it was the seventh-highest selling DVD of 2006.[23] The DVD set received "universal acclaim" with an average score of 85/100 based on six reviews at Metacritic.[24] The season premiere hit a ratings high for the series, with 23.47 million American viewers.[25] Overall, the season averaged 18.91 million American viewers.[26]


"Series #" refers to the episode's number in the overall series, whereas "Season #" refers to the episode's number in this particular season. "Featured character(s)" refers to the character(s), whose back story is featured in the episode's flashbacks. "U.S. viewers in millions" refers to the number of Americans in millions who watched the episodes live. The second season's episodes are altogether 1056 minutes in length.[27]

Season # Series # Title Directed by Written by Featured
U.S. Viewers
(in millions)
Original air date
1 26 "Man of Science, Man of Faith" Jack Bender Damon Lindelof Jack 23.47[28] September 21, 2005 (2005-09-21)
Jack, Kate and Locke investigate the hatch and find Desmond, a man living inside. Shannon sees Walt in the jungle. In flashbacks, Jack operates on his eventual wife and meets Desmond. 
2 27 "Adrift" Stephen Williams Steven Maeda & Leonard Dick Michael 23.17[29] September 28, 2005 (2005-09-28)
Michael and Sawyer drift back to shore. Upon landing, they see Jin running out of the bushes, having been found by a group who they believe to be more of the Others. In the hatch, Desmond forces Locke to push a set of numbers, identical to Hurley's winning lottery numbers, into a computer. Flashbacks show Michael giving up custody of a two-year old Walt to Walt's mother. 
3 28 "Orientation" Jack Bender Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Craig Wright Locke 22.38[30] October 5, 2005 (2005-10-05)
Jack and Locke discover that the hatch is a 1980's station built to control an electromagnetic anomaly on the island and learn that it was built by the Dharma Initiative, a scientific research team. Michael, Sawyer, and Jin find out that they are being held captive by the passengers of Flight 815's tail section, who have apparently survived. Flashbacks show Locke struggling with father issues and his relationship with Helen, who helps him let go of the issues with his father. 
4 29 "Everybody Hates Hugo" Alan Taylor Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz Hurley 21.66[31] October 12, 2005 (2005-10-12)
The tail section survivors take Michael, Sawyer, and Jin to an abandoned Dharma station. Hurley is tasked with dividing up the food in the hatch. In flashbacks, Hurley quits his job and his best friend turns against him after he wins the lottery. 
5 30 "...And Found" Stephen Williams Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof Sun & Jin 21.38[32] October 19, 2005 (2005-10-19)
Michael goes looking for Walt, and Jin and Mr. Eko chase after him and see the Others. Fearing for her husband's life, Sun searches for and finds her lost wedding ring. Flashbacks show Sun and Jin's lives prior to their first meeting. 
6 31 "Abandoned" Adam Davidson Elizabeth Sarnoff Shannon 20.01[33] November 9, 2005 (2005-11-09)
Shannon believes that Walt is on the island and begins searching for him. With Sawyer near death, Ana Lucia and the tail section survivors travel to the camp of the fuselage survivors. Mistaking Shannon for one of the Others, Ana Lucia shoots and kills Shannon. In flashbacks, Shannon deals with her father's death. 
7 32 "The Other 48 Days" Eric Laneuville Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse Tail section survivors 21.87[34] November 16, 2005 (2005-11-16)
The first 48 days after the plane crash are shown from the tail section survivors' point of view. Over the course of many nights, the Others infiltrate their camp and kidnap many of the survivors, forcing the remaining survivors to take refuge at a Dharma station. 
8 33 "Collision" Stephen Williams Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Leonard Dick Ana Lucia 19.29[35] November 23, 2005 (2005-11-23)
Mr. Eko brings Sawyer to the hatch for medical attention. The tail section survivors reunite with the fuselage survivors. In flashbacks, Ana Lucia is a police officer and kills a man in cold blood after he killed her unborn child. 
9 34 "What Kate Did" Paul Edwards Steven Maeda & Craig Wright Kate 21.54[36] November 30, 2005 (2005-11-30)
Kate tends to a wounded Sawyer as Shannon's funeral takes place, which Ana Lucia refuses to attend. As Locke and Mr. Eko are warned not to use the hatch's computer for communication, Michael uses the computer to communicate with someone that he thinks is Walt. Flashbacks reveal Kate's original crime, the murder of her father. Kate's step-father is in the army, whom she meets, in flash back. 
10 35 "The 23rd Psalm" Matt Earl Beesley Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof Mr. Eko 20.56[37] January 11, 2006 (2006-01-11)
Charlie takes Mr. Eko to the drug smuggler's plane. Mr. Eko finds the body of his brother in the plane. Charlie takes some of the plane's statues, filled with heroin, and Claire loses trust in Charlie. In flashbacks, Mr. Eko is a drug warlord in Nigeria, and accidentally gets his brother killed and onto the plane. 
11 36 "The Hunting Party" Stephen Williams Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim Jack 19.13[38] January 18, 2006 (2006-01-18)
Michael leaves the survivors in search of Walt. Jack, Locke, and Sawyer pursue Michael but encounter the Others in the jungle. The Others took Kate hostage and released her when Jack, Locke and Sawyer gave up their weapons and agreed to go back. So, they had to go back without Michael, who is in the Others' 'care'. In flashbacks, Jack's wife leaves him. 
12 37 "Fire + Water" Jack Bender Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz Charlie 19.05[39] January 25, 2006 (2006-01-25)
Charlie has a dream that Aaron's life is in danger and feels a need for Claire's baby son Aaron to be baptized. Claire is disgusted by Charlie and Locke moves the heroin statues to the hatch. In flashbacks, Charlie's one-hit wonder band unsuccessfully tries to regain some of their past fame. 
13 38 "The Long Con" Roxann Dawson Steven Maeda & Leonard Dick Sawyer 18.74[40] February 8, 2006 (2006-02-08)
When Sun is attacked, tension builds between Jack, Locke, Kate, and Ana Lucia regarding the guns. It is revealed that Sawyer and Charlie had conned them all for Sawyer to gain control of the guns and Charlie to get revenge on Locke. In flashbacks, Sawyer reluctantly cons a woman he develops feelings for. 
14 39 "One of Them" Stephen Williams Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse Sayid 18.20[41] February 15, 2006 (2006-02-15)
Rousseau leads Sayid to a man she believes is one of the Others. Sayid goes back to his ways as a torturer to get information from "Henry Gale", who Sayid believes to be one of the Others. In flashbacks, Sayid tortures a prisoner for the first time. 
15 40 "Maternity Leave" Jack Bender Dawn Lambertsen Kelly & Matt Ragghianti Claire 16.43[42] March 1, 2006 (2006-03-01)
When Aaron becomes sick, Claire, Kate and Rousseau travel to where Claire was held captive, an abandoned Dharma medical station, in the hope of finding a cure. Jack and Locke argue on how to deal with Henry. Claire's memories of Ethan holding her captive and her escape with the help of Rousseau and her daughter, who is one of the Others, return. 
16 41 "The Whole Truth" Karen Gaviola Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim Sun 15.30[43] March 22, 2006 (2006-03-22)
Ana Lucia, Sayid and Charlie search for Henry's balloon. Sun discovers that she is pregnant. In flashbacks, Sun finds out that Jin is infertile. 
17 42 "Lockdown" Stephen Williams Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof Locke 16.21[44] March 29, 2006 (2006-03-29)
The hatch suddenly traps Locke, who is forced to ask Henry to enter the numbers into the computer. Ana Lucia, Sayid, and Charlie return and reveal that "Henry Gale" is lying and that he is one of the Others. In flashbacks, Locke's marriage proposal to Helen is rejected, because of his inability to let go of the pain his father caused him. 
18 43 "Dave" Jack Bender Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz Hurley 16.38[45] April 5, 2006 (2006-04-05)
Hurley chases after his old imaginary friend in the jungle, and his relationship with Libby develops. Locke questions his commitment to the hatch, after Henry claims to have never entered the numbers. Hurley remembers his time at a mental institution. It is revealed via flashback that Libby was a patient at the mental institution as well. 
19 44 "S.O.S." Eric Laneuville Steven Maeda & Leonard Dick Rose & Bernard 15.68[46] April 12, 2006 (2006-04-12)
Bernard attempts to create an S.O.S. signal, but stops when Rose tells him that she wants to stay on the island because she thinks it has cured her cancer. Romantic sparks are rekindled between Jack and Kate. Locke continues to lose faith in the island. In flashbacks, Rose and Bernard have their honeymoon in Australia. Michael reappears to Jack and Kate when they try to trade Henry to the Others in exchange for Walt. 
20 45 "Two for the Road" Paul Edwards Elizabeth Sarnoff & Christina M. Kim Ana Lucia 15.56[47] May 3, 2006 (2006-05-03)
Michael returns with news that the Others are virtually defenseless. Ana Lucia tries to get Henry to tell the truth. Hurley takes Libby on a surprise date. In the hatch, Michael shoots Ana Lucia and Libby and releases Henry. In flashbacks, Ana Lucia works as a bodyguard for Jack's father in Australia. 
21 46 "?" Deran Sarafian Damon Lindelof & Carlton Cuse Mr. Eko 16.35[48] May 10, 2006 (2006-05-10)
Mr. Eko and Locke find another Dharma station, which is monitoring the other stations via video surveillance. Meanwhile, Jack and the other survivors struggle with the shooting victims in the hatch. In flashbacks, Eko investigates a miracle as a priest in Australia. 
22 47 "Three Minutes" Stephen Williams Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz Michael 14.67[49] May 17, 2006 (2006-05-17)
Michael convinces Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley to help him rescue Walt. At the double funeral for Ana Lucia and Libby, Sayid tells Jack his worry that Michael has been compromised by the Others. Flashbacks reveal Michael's time being held captive by the Others, during which he made a deal to release Henry and trade Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley for Walt. Sun spots a sailboat floating towards the beach. 
23/24 48/49 "Live Together, Die Alone" Jack Bender Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof Desmond 17.84[50] May 24, 2006 (2006-05-24)
Michael leads Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley to the Others. Henry, the apparent leader of the Others, releases Hurley, takes Jack, Kate, and Sawyer as prisoners, and allows Michael and Walt to leave the island. Desmond returns and realizes that he crashed Flight 815 when he entered the numbers into the computer too late. Locke stops entering the numbers and traps himself, Mr. Eko and Desmond inside the hatch, which implodes. In flashbacks, Desmond is shipwrecked on the island and lives in the hatch with a man named Kelvin, whom he accidentally kills. 

DVD release

The second season was released as a widescreen seven-disc Region 1 DVD box set in the USA on September 5, 2006 and in United Kingdom on October 2, 2006, retitled as Lost: The Complete Second Season - The Extended Experience. Each of these releases also contained DVD extras, including Behind the Scenes Footage, deleted scenes and a "Lost Connections" chart, which shows how all of the characters on the island are inter-connected with each other.[51]

The series was initially delivered in two sets in United Kingdom: the first twelve episodes were released as a widescreen four-disc DVD box set on July 17, 2006. The remaining episodes of the second season were released as a four-disc DVD box set on October 2, 2006. The set was released in Region 4 on October 4, 2006.

Lost: The Complete Second Season - The Extended Experience
Set Details Special Features
  • 23 Episodes 1
  • 7-Disc Set
  • 1.78:1 Aspect Ratio
  • Subtitles: English
  • English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround)
  • Audio Commentaries (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
    • "Man of Science, Man of Faith" - Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse, Bryan Burk and Jack Bender
    • "What Kate Did" - Paul Edwards, Michael Bonvillain, and Evangeline Lilly
    • "The 23rd Psalm" - Damon Lindelof, Carlton Cuse and Bryan Burk
    • "The Whole Truth" - Elizabeth Sarnoff, Christina M. Kim, Yunjin Kim and Daniel Dae Kim
    • "Dave" - Jack Bender, Jorge Garcia & Cynthia Watros
  • Phase 1: Observation
    • Fire + Water: Anatomy Of An Episode
    • Lost: On Location
    • The World According To Sawyer
  • Phase 2: Conditioning
    • The Lost Flashbacks
      • Abandoned
      • Lockdown: Locke's Father
    • Deleted Scenes
    • Lost Bloopers
  • Phase 3: Conclusion
    • Lost: Connections - Interactive Experience that Plants Seeds for Season Three
    • Mysteries, Theories, And Conspiracies
    • Secrets From The Hatch
    • Canine Castaway
  • hidden bonus feature:
    • On the beach with Evi-Interview with Evangeline Lilly
Release Dates
 United States
 Australia  Japan  United Kingdom
Part 1 Part 2 Complete
September 5, 2006 October 4, 2006 March 21, 2007 July 17, 2006 October 4, 2006


  • Note 1: - In some regions, the second season has 24 episodes. This is because "Live Together, Die Alone" is split into two episodes, "Live Together, Die Alone: Part 1" and "Live Together, Die Alone: Part 2."


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