Top 50 Quotes From Lost, Season 1, Episode 8

Sawyer: You know what I think, Ali? I think you've never actually tortured anybody in your life.
Sayid: Unfortunately for us both, you're wrong.

- And then darkness.
- Whoever hit me came from behind.
- They destroyed the equipment? yes.
- We're gonna figure this out.
- But don't...
- I will do what I need to do to find the man responsible.
- We need some help over here!

[first lines]
Sawyer: [on "Watership Down"] Hell of a book... It's about bunnies.

- Just try to breathe. Breathe.
- Come on, Shannon, work with me.

Hugo: [Charlie is trying to get peanut butter from Hurley] Food from the plane's been gone over a week, dude.
Charlie: What, no secret stash for emergencies? You and Jack 'ave got a bunch of stuff in that cave.
Hugo: Sorry, man. No peanut butter, no peanuts, no nothin'.
Charlie: Yeah, but... there's gotta be somethin', I mean, look at you...
Hugo: [Stops and slowly turns to Charlie] Look at what?
Charlie: No, no, listen -...
Hugo: Fat guy hoardin' the food, is that what you think?
Charlie: No! It's just, we've been here for two weeks, you know, and you, you've not really -...
Hugo: Slimmed down much?
Charlie: All I need's a bag of peanuts -...
Hugo: I have no food, alright?... And for the record, I'm down a notch in my belt.
Charlie: Oh!
Hugo: I'm a big guy. It's gonna be a while before you're gonna want to give me a piggyback ride, okay?
Charlie: Sorry... Sorry, it was bad form...
Hugo: Yeah... I'm used to it.
Charlie: So... not even a bag of -...
Hugo: Dude!
Charlie: Okay... Alright... I'm sorry.

- Nod your head, Shannon. Good.
- Breathe in... she needs her inhaler.
- Breathe in through the nose.
- Slowly.
- No, no, no. In through the nose.
- Like this.
- You can do this, Shannon.
- You can do it.
- In through the nose.

- You hit an artery.
- Keep still, damn it.
- Sayid, I need my stuff from the caves.
- My leather backpack.
- Can you make it stop?

- I needed six grand to pay these guys off I was in trouble with.
- So I found a pretty lady with a dumb husband who had some money.
- And I got them to give it to me.
- How's that for a tragedy?
- I became the man I was hunting.
- I became Sawyer.

- It's the best bloody peanut butter
- I've ever tasted.
- You want some?

[last lines]
Sayid: [leaving camp] I've worse things to fear than what's in the jungle. What I did today - what I almost did - I swore to do never again. If I can't keep that promise, I have no right to be here.
Kate: There's nowhere to go.
Sayid: Someone has to walk the shore and map the island. And see what else there is. I can't think of a better person to do it than the only one I trust. I hope we meet again.

- So, what's stopping you?
- We're not savages, Kate.
- Not yet.
- Let me talk to Sawyer.
- What makes you think he's gonna listen to you?
- He says we have a connection.
- Do you? please.

- All right. I'm sorry.
- Damn, stupid...
- Michael?
- The sick girl.
- Yeah, asthma. yes, asthma.
- I think I can help her.

- a signal we'd worked out, two kilometers away.
- He couldn't have had the time...
- Unless he found a way to time-delay the fuse on his rocket.
- How could he...? anyone who watches television knows how to improvise a slow fuse.
- Use a cigarette.

- But their effect is the same when the shoots are inserted underneath the fingernails.
- You know what I think, Ali?
- I think you've never actually tortured anybody in your life.
- Unfortunately for us both...
- You're wrong.

- Of course I'm serious.
- You're not seeing the big picture here, freckles.
- You're really gonna let that girl suffocate because you can't bring yourself to give me one little kiss?
- Hell, it's only first base.
- Lucky for you I ain't greedy.

Jack: Get up!
Sawyer: Why? You wanna see who's taller?

- What?
- The medicine.
- I don't have it. Never did.
- The book. They said you found it in their luggage.
- Book washed up on shore.
- Went in the drink with the rest of the...

- Don't, man.
- I'mtelling you.

Jack: [when Sawyer wouldn't give them Shannon's medicine] I'm gonna kill him!
Kate: That's not going to help us get the medicine.
Jack: Maybe not, but it'll feel good.

Kate: [reading Sawyer's letter] Dear Mr. Sawyer, you don't know who I am, but I know who you are, and I know what you done. You had sex with my mother and then you stole my dad's money all away. So he got angry, and he killed my mother. And then he killed himself too.
Sawyer: Don't stop now! You're getting to the good part.
Kate: [continuing to read the letter] All I know is your name. But one of these days, I'm gonna find you and I'm gonna give you this letter, so you remember what you done to me. You killed my parents, Mr. Sawyer.

Sawyer: [Jack confronts Sawyer after he beat up Boone] Look! I don't know what kinda Commie share-fest you're running over in Cavetown, but down here possession's nine-tenths, and a man's got a right to protect his property.

- Whose blood is that?
- Whose blood is that?
- Sawyer.
- You went after Sawyer and didn't tell me? She's my sister.
- Boone!
- Don't leave me alone, ok?

- Walking away. you're not walking out.
- Know what I had to do for this, all this in one day?
- Take your hand off me, boy.
- Sawyer? what's going on here?
- This isn't how it was supposed to work.
- You said that we were...
- He said?
- What did he say, Jessica?

- Did you say something to my boy?
- I need to talk to you. you speak English?
- My husband doesn't know.
- He has a bad temper.
- I need your help.
- Where are you? Where are you?
- Where are you?

- Well, what can I say?
- I like earning it as much as I like spending it.
- Be that as it may,
- I know a thing or two about making people suffer.
- Now, you have my money, plus 50% by noon tomorrow, or I'll tell you all about it.

- Peanut butter?
- No way.
- Just like you ordered.
- There is one thing.
- It's extra smooth.
- That's ok.

Jack: We're not savages, Kate. Not yet.

- Louisiana will invest two-thirds of the drilling cost.
- What is this, a loophole?
- Look, David, you're reluctant.
- I get it.
- You got your lumberyard, you don't need this.
- We should do this.
- Jess, I don't even know this guy.
- Show him the cash.

- All right. Just keep doing that.
- Keep breathing like that.
- That's perfect. Good job.
- Keep her relaxed.
- Do not let her panic.
- Wow, man. That was awesome.
- I mean, that was like a...
- Jedi moment.

Kate: You try too hard, Sawyer. I ask you to help a woman who can't breathe, and you want me to kiss you? Nobody's that disgusting... I've seen you, ya know.
Sawyer: Seen me what?
Kate: With that piece of paper. The one you keep in your pocket. Seen the expression on your face when you read it. How carefully you fold it up. Means something to you. So you can play games all you want. But I know there's a human being in there somewhere. Give me the medication.

- I don't know what kind of commie share-fest you're running in cave town, but down here, possession's nine-tenths.
- Man's got a right to protect property. get up.
- Why? You wanna see who's taller? get up!
- Sure you wanna make this your problem? yeah. I'm sure.
- What's going on here?

- And we got a doctor.
- That'll come in handy.
- I like the beach, Charlie. yeah.
- Who wouldn't want to spend the day with sand fleas?
- I want to be here.
- For when we get rescued.
- When we get rescued.
- Right.

- You're incredible, Sawyer.
- I love you.
- Look at you.
- What do you want?
- Right now.
- How could I want anything else?

- It doesn't have to be this way.
- Yeah, it does.

- That's it? That's all you got?
- Splinters?
- No wonder we kicked your ass in the Gulf...

- Don't you feel sorry for me.
- Get the hell out.
- Get out!

- What happened?
- Sawyer.

- I'm in trouble now, ain't I?
- Sawyer...
- We gave you the chance to do the right thing.
- Now, all I want is the asthma medicine.
- Just tell me where the inhalers are...
- And we'll stop.
- Stop what, chico?

- A smart woman you got there, David.
- Don't let her go.
- Hi, baby. What are you doing up?
- Are you feeling better?
- Will you read to me?
- In a minute, sweetheart.
- We have company right now.

- It's empty.
- What?
- No, it's not. It's full.
- With stick-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth, oh, god, it makes you want a glass of milk, extra smooth...

- I'm not going anywhere.
- Ok?
- These the right ones?
- I think I found the right tree... let me see.
- Oh, yes. Good.

- Damn it.
- Damn it.
- Baby, why don't you just...
- Just go. You go, ok?
- I'll stay here, order room service, get fat...
- Why don't you order a chocolate sundae.
- When I get back,
- I'll use you as a dish.

- Give me the inhalers.
- Hell, I was wondering when you were gonna stop asking nice.
- Well, it's about time, cowboy.
- I've been telling you since day one we're in the wild.
- Didn't think you had it in you.
- Is that all you got?

- Don't stop now.
- You're getting to the good part.
- "All I know is your name.
- But one of these days I'll find you and give you this letter, so you'll remember what you done to me.
- You killed my parents, Mr. Sawyer."

Sawyer: Baby, I am tied to a tree in the jungle of mystery. I've just got tortured by a damn spinal surgeon and a genuine Iraqi. Of course I'm serious. Just not seein' the big picture here, Freckles. You really gonna let that girl suffocate 'cause you can't bring yourself to give me one little kiss? Hell, it's only first base. Lucky for you, I ain't greedy.

- He doesn't have it. what?
- He's lying. Can't you see that?
- He's been lying from the beginning.
- He doesn't want us to get off.
- That's why he attacked me.
- Hold on a minute. he destroyed the transceiver!
- You don't know that. Sayid.

- Today I see that jackass reading watership down.
- You're losing me.
- It was in my bags, stuff I checked.
- If he has my book, he has my luggage.
- If he has the luggage, he has the inhalers.
- Her breathing got really rough today, man.
- If she has an attack, it's not gonna be good.

- It was like some miracle.
- She just showed up with that mixture.
- She rubbed it on Shannon's chest and ten minutes later she was breathing.
- Eucalyptus.
- Smart, Jack.
- Thank you.
- Very much.

Sayid: [Sayid plans to get asthma medicine from Sawyer] Part of my training entailed getting the enemy to communicate. Just give me ten minutes with him. He'll give us the medicine.

- I served five years in the republican guard.
- You were a communications officer.
- Part of my training entailed getting the enemy to communicate.
- Just give me ten minutes with him.
- He'll give us the medicine.
- Is that a yes?