SUN UNFAITHFUL TO JIN"The Glass Balerina" episode of "Lost" last night revealed that contrary to what Sun claimed in the past, she indeed was unfaithful to Jin with hotel worker Jae, her English teacher who met an untimely death.
The man who acts like the leader of "Others", Benjamin Linus (previously known as Henry Gale) dropped a bombshell - he has lived on the island all his life. He also informed Jack that it was November 29, 2004, George W.Bush had been reelected into office and Red Sox won the World Series. He also informs Jack that Michael and Walt had been sent home and that he can take him home, too.
Also, we learn Ben and Juliet may have been in relationship before; Ben reproaches her for never making soup for him after he sees her make one for Jack.
The Pala Ferry Pier (where The Others abducted Jack, Kate and Sawyer and sent Michael and Walt away in the second season finale episode) reappeared in this episode. Jin, Sun and Sayid docked their boat there in an attempt to trap The Others. Ben dispatched his people to steal the boat, which they did following a gun battle with Sayid and Jin.
Kate and Sawyer were forced into hard labour as Russoeau's daughter Alex inquired about the whereabouts of a missing Karl, the boy locked in the cage along with Sawyer last week. Is he one of the kids The Others had abducted? And what does their obsession with taking children have to do with the fact that there are no children living in Otherville?