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The 10 Most Emotional Moments on LOST

BY The Screen Spy Team

Published 5 years ago

By Roxanne Sancto

September 22 2016 marks the twelfth anniversary of Lost – a show that is still the subject of some of the most interesting (if not frustrating!) discussions in entertainment history.

For six years, we followed the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 as they raced through the jungles chasing after phantoms, ran from black smoke monsters and confronted their deepest, darkest secrets. We feverishly discussed the theories we thought were most evident, only to be proven wrong in following episodes. And most of all, we loved, laughed and cried with every single one of the protagonists throughout its six year run.

There are certain moments on Lost that are so overwhelmingly emotional, we will never be able to erase them from our minds. So, in celebration of the upcoming anniversary, we invite you all to grab a box of tissues and relive some of Lost’s most important scenes with us.

2. Charlie’s Greatest Hits

Knowing he is about to die, Charlie Pace does what any good musician would do: he compiles his greatest hits to be enjoyed by the people he loves most, namely Claire and Aaron. Obviously, we’re not talking about his greatest musical hits here; the island may have provided many a luxury, but a recording studio was not one of them. No, we’re talking about Charlie’s greatest hits in life: the first time he heard himself on the radio; the day his father taught him how to swim at Butlins; the Christmas his brother Liam gave him the ring he had inherited from their mother; the day he saved a woman from being assaulted outside Covent Garden and she called him a hero; and number one on his list, the day he met Claire.

As if being let in on the most important moments of Charlie’s life wasn’t emotional enough, knowing that Claire never received the note or the ring he left for her was enough to leave viewers in a blubbering mess.

Charlie was a true favorite on Lost, and watching him embrace the role of the hero so selflessly was one of the most unforgettable moments on the entire show.

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