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This is often considered the first major rift in their relationship. While Kate has lost her shirt, Jack doesn't seem to mind their relative undress, only editing in the final moments of the episode, of mirror images of both Jack and Kate looking . image. Okay, so last night's series finale of Lost was awesome. a resolution to at least one 6-year mystery: The Kate/Jack/Sawyer love triangle. had a fiery connection, it was so moving to see Sawyer and Juliet reunite and. Kate Beckinsale and Jack Whitehall were pictured enjoying a very .. Jack meanwhile was in a relationship with actress Gemma Chan, 35, but.
They argue over his exaggerated show of relief. Sawyer accuses her of bouncing back and forth between him and Jack. Kate slaps him on the face and then heads back to the beach. Later, Sayid and Kate follow Jack and Sawyer to avoid them being attacked by the boat's soldiers. They meet up with the remaining Others and join forces to defeat the boat's soldiers. They all board Lapidus' helicopter, but as they travel back to the freighter a fuel leak is discovered, and after all the excess weight is thrown out, Sawyer kisses Kate, then asks her to do a favor for him back home and jumps out.
Jack testifies on her behalf as a character witness. He lies under oath and tells the court that it was Kate that saved him and the other survivors. Under cross-examination, he is asked whether he loves the defendant and he replies "Not anymore. Kate's mother, the prosecution's star witness, tries to reconcile with Kate, and then decides not to testify.
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She is consequently released on ten years probation, provided that she does not leave California. She invites him to come home with her, but he hesitates because he is not ready to see Aaron his nephew again. In " Something Nice Back Home ", Kate is seen living in an established relationship with Jack, who is also acting as a surrogate father for his nephew Aaron.
Later, Jack asks Kate to marry him, which she happily accepts. Jack later confronts Kate about her "errands", which involved her meeting with Sawyer's daughter; Clementine and his ex-girlfriend Cassidy.
Kate refuses to tell Jack any details about this, as she knows Sawyer would not want anybody else to know. Jack is angered by her secrecy and raises his voice, waking Aaron up. Kate rushes to comfort him then Jack leaves, paranoid, ending their relationship.
Jack then tells her that they need to return to the island, but Kate grows furious and leaves. Norton refuses to tell Kate who his client is, and Kate refuses to give him a blood sample. Kate visits Sun, who convinces her to go see Norton and try to get him to reveal who his client is. Kate leaves Aaron in Sun's care while visiting Norton's firm, but cannot get a name out of him. Kate and Jack follow Norton to his clients house, who turns out to be Claire's mother.
Jack goes in to talk to her and then realizes that she isn't the client they were looking for. When approached by Ben later, Kate discovers that he was the one who was trying to get a blood sample from her. Kate realizes that she is not supposed to raise Aaron and leaves him in the care of Claire's mother. She goes to Jack's apartment and they spend the night together. She returns to the island with the other survivors on flight Sawyer explains that the year is and secretly gets her, Jack and Hurley to join the Dharma Initiative.
After refusing to aid Jack in his plans to detonate the hydrogen bomb, Kate returns to the Dharma Initiative, to then be put on the Dharma sub with Sawyer and Juliet. However, she insists that the three leave the submarine to prevent Jack from detonating the bomb. When the three return to the island, they eventually reunite with Jack, Jin, Sayid and Hurley. Although Sawyer tries to persuade Jack not to use the bomb, his efforts are in vain and they fight.
Kate tells Jack that if he really believes that detonating the bomb is the best thing, then she will help him, while Sawyer reluctantly agrees to go along with the plan after Juliet also takes Jack's side.
Kate assists Jack in getting the bomb to the required location, but when he drops it down a tunnel, it does not go off, despite the fact that it is supposed to explode on impact. Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Juliet are shocked, but immediately, the Dharma drill that had been drilling deep into the pocket of magnetic energy that Jack was trying to contain went too far, and Juliet is ultimately dragged down the tunnel, into the source of the energy.
Kate and Sawyer try to get her out but the strength of the magnetism is too much and she is pulled into the tunnel. Kate attempts to remove a distressed Sawyer from the scene along with Jack, unaware that Juliet remains conscious for now and desperately attempts to detonate the bomb, eventually succeeding. Season 6[ edit ] Kate continues her mission to reunite Claire with Aaron.
When she eventually finds her, she discovers that a dark side has grown in Claire, who has become unstable due to many years of living alone, in the belief that the others are holding her son hostage in a Temple. Sawyer escapes from the Temple and Kate follows him to apologize for the loss of Juliet and to ask him to help her find Claire.
Sawyer assures Kate she is not to blame, and reveals his intention to propose to Juliet. Kate breaks down, and ultimately returns to the Temple to get Claire.
When Kate joins the Man in Black's camp, after Claire learns that it was Kate who took Aaron and attempts to murder Kate by throwing her to the ground and pulling a knife on her. Kate is saved by 'Locke' and seeing that Kate is upset by the loss of Claire's friendship, warns her that Claire should not be reunited with Aaron as she is now 'crazy'. Claire later tearfully apologises for her actions and thanks Kate for keeping her son safe.
Kate, who has since grouped up with 'Locke' plans a breakout from the Man in Black's party, Kate wants to bring Claire but Sawyer refuses, saying she is no longer the friend they once knew following her attack on Kate.
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When Claire sees them leaving her behind again she gives chase and holds them at gunpoint just as they attempt to board a boat to escape. Kate talks Claire around, convincing her to come with them so she can finally go home to her son. The group try to leave on Widmore's sub, and Kate is shot through the right collarbone. Once on board, while Jack is tending to Kate's wound, they discover that the Man in Black has placed a C4 explosive on board.
Sawyer inadvertently causes the timer to count down faster and Sayid, Jin and Sun are killed in the resulting explosion. Jack asks Hurley to take care of Kate and make sure that he takes her to safety off the sinking vessel. On the shore, Kate races over to Jack and is relieved to find him safe. Kate, Jack and Hurley mourn the loss of their friends while Sawyer remains unconscious. Jack is wounded in the fight with 'Locke' and he and Kate part for the final time due to their different destinies.
Jack and Kate share a passionate kiss and declare their love for each other one last time before Jack leaves with Hurley to save the Island, and Kate goes to fulfill her promise to find Claire before departing on the Ajira plane, piloted by Frank. Along the way, they find Claire, who is scared to leave the island as she feels she is no longer a fit mother. Kate convinces her that her worries are normal and promises to help her.
In the Sideways, Kate remembers her life when she helps deliver Aaron at the concert. Kate waits at the concert so she can reunite with Jack. She finds him and tells him "I've missed you so much", a reference that she probably lived a long life after leaving the Island and missed Jack profoundly.
Jack eventually awakens and remembers Kate and his friends. Together with Jack at her side, they move on together. Development[ edit ] Around 75 women of different shapes, sizes, ethnicities and ages auditioned to be Kate, including Yunjin Kimwho later played the role of Sun-Hwa Kwon.
In the initial plans, Jack was going to die midway through the first episode and then Kate would emerge as the leader. She was not going to be a fugitive, instead her husband was going to go to the bathroom shortly before the plane split in mid-air and she would remain adamant on the Island that he was alive.
The producers were impressed with Canadian Evangeline Lilly's audition, as she displayed the confidence with vulnerability that they were looking for. As this was Lilly's first role, she had difficulty obtaining a visa to work in the United States. She was supposed to start on the first day of filming, but the schedule was rearranged to give her more time and, in the meantime, the producers began auditioning again in case the visa did not come through.
However, during one of the auditions, they got an email confirming that she had obtained her visa and could start work on the show. We had read 60 to 65 women for the role of Kate. He sadly replies that he doesn't know what she's capable of.
Kate walks away, visibly upset. Kate smiles and says that Jack is good at keeping secrets referring to her past crimes only he knows about. Unfortunately, Jack pulls the long stick, leaving Kate and Locke to carry the explosives.
Jack slowly and carefully places the pack on Kate's back, letting his hands linger on her shoulders for a few extra moments.
The backpack in fact had no explosives in it at all, as Jack switched their packs when Kate wasn't looking in order to carry the dynamite himself. Season 2 2x01 "Man of Science, Man of Faith" - Jack steps up to his role as a leader of the Losties and gives them a reassuring speech, despite having to tell them that they can't possibly all move inside the newly-opened hatch. Later that night, when he's alone, Kate comes to find him and asks if he really believes everything is going to be OK, like he told the camp.
They joke about the fact that such optimism is uncharacteristic for Jack. She then tells him that he told everyone exactly what they needed to hear and that he does a great job at taking care of them all. She makes him understand that they'd probably all be lost without him and that includes her.
They exchange tender looks after which she tells him that she's going into the hatch, to make sure Locke doesn't get hurt. She says it's "Live together, die alone," referring to Jack's classic speech from "White Rabbit". Both seem a little embarrassed and have a slightly flirtatious exchange as Kate retrieves her clothes.
Jack grins as he watches her leave to get dressed. Kate and Jack share a meal and flirt together. They flirt and she ends up challenging him to a round of golf, "to see which one of them is more accurate. Eko carrying a badly wounded Sawyer.
This is yet another "Jinterruption. She tells him that she's sorry for having taken off like that. When Jack expresses doubt about the sincerity of her apology, Kate snaps, shouting to him that she's sorry she's "not as perfect" as him, "not as good.
Kate makes to run away, but he grabs her forearm and pulls her close to him. She begins to sob and tells him that the Island is driving her nuts. Without warning, she then kisses Jack passionately.
She finally pulls back, seemingly shocked by her actions, and runs off into the jungle. Jack is left calling after her, looking dazed and confused. Kate is pissed and reminds him that she can fire a gun and track but Jack adamantly says no, saying they need someone to push a button, and walks away with Sawyer and Locke.
Kate, disappointed and upset, watches them leave. Friendly and The Others, who are holding Kate as a hostage. When Tom takes the sack off of Kate's head, Jack is clearly shaken. Tom tells Jack that he'll pass Kate over as long as they give up their guns and promise to keep to themselves.
Jack finally concedes, and Tom lets her go and leaves. Jack asks Kate if she's OK, but you can tell that he's pissed off about the whole situation. She then apologizes for going and asks Jack to just talk to her for a second. Jack says that he's sorry too and walks away from her. Sawyer quips that Jack's giving her the "twenty dollar tour" and implies that the two of them aren't just going on a hike.
Kate watches, the jealousy evident on her face as Sawyer keeps talking. Jack asks her who she thinks it might be and she asks him, "How well do you know Ana Lucia?
Hurley tries to say that he has a good hand but Jack tells him to fold, saying he doesn't. When Kate asks about her hand, Jack says that he's not sure how good it is, but he is sure she's only doing it for the fun of it. Kate then tells him that having fun is a good thing and he should try it once in a while. Jack starts to walk away but Sawyer calls him back and tells him to "put your mangoes where your mouth is. Sawyer tries to act slick with his pair of Queens, but Jack beats him with Kings wired.
Things gets more interesting when the two of them start their little pissing match of who's better. Kate takes Hurley away to leave the little boys to play in their "sandbox. Jack tells her that the plumbing is busted and she's bummed, saying she made the trip for nothing. She starts to turn around but stops and looks at Jack, saying she's glad that he beat Sawyer. His face lights up and he tells her that he can walk her back to the beach if she wants him to. Then, in a moment Jaters are all too familiar with, a beacon shows in the distance and the moment is interrupted see below.
He asks Kate to come out into the jungle with him to make an exchange with Tom. Jack says he asked Sayid but he turned him down and that they didn't want her since they held her at gunpoint and gave her back.
Fortunately for Kate and for us they didn't want Jack either. Kate comments that they're both damaged goods, and they smile at each other before he turns around.
Kate notices something on the jungle floor and walks over to it for closer inspection. Jack runs over to her to try and stop her but it's too late, and they're both caught in one of Rousseau's traps. Even when they're caught they still manage to flirt and banter, with Kate saying she'll be able to shoot them down and Jack saying she won't be able to do it. Kate misses and Jack takes over and gets them down. They crash to the ground with Kate on top of him and they laugh.
Kate then reveals that she went out into the jungle with Claire and Rousseau, and Jack is surprised that she didn't tell him.
When he asks her why she didn't, she defiantly says she was going to when he decided to let her back into the club. They then reach the clearing where Tom held Kate hostage and begins yelling for them to come back out and face him.
Kate asks Jack how long he's going to yell for and thinks maybe they can't hear him. Seemingly out of nowhere, she says that she's sorry that she kissed him see "What Kate Did".Parasocial Relationships by John Kendall
Jack, with a side of him we've rarely seen since "Deus Ex Machina", tells her that he's not sorry for it. They stare at one another and then in true fashion are interrupted see below by Michael stumbling out of the trees. He asks if there's anything they can do to to help her but he doesn't answer. Kate calmly reassures him that they'll be able to find the trail. He says that he'll only be able to help Libby if he gets the heroin that Sawyer is hiding, so he tells Kate to go with him.
Michael tells them that he'll be able to lead them out into the jungle to the Others camp, but Hurley reminds them all that Ana and Libby still haven't even been buried yet. Jack tells Hurley that he'll help him, and without even saying more than their name both Kate and Sawyer offer to help move the bodies.
Jack then reveals that he knew about Michael being compromised and says he would never bring them out into the jungle if he didn't have a plan and Kate looks downright pissed. As Jack yells at Michael for lying once again, they hear the whispers. Sawyer is hit with a dart and falls to the ground and everyone scatters.
Kate gets hit and falls, and Jack runs towards the direction of the shot and fires a few rounds. He picks her up and starts to carry her away, but he is hit with a dart and falls to the ground, too. Before it goes to black, Jack nods to Kate in reassurance.
Kate and Sawyer call to him while klaxons blare loudly to drown out their shouts. Jack turns his head toward them, suggesting he has heard them.
Juliet leaves to give them "some privacy," and Jack asks Kate if she's OK. Touching hands through the glass barrier between them, she then tells Jack where she's been and what she's been doing, then pleads with Jack to do Ben's surgery or the Others will kill Sawyer.
Jack refuses, and Kate is taken away. Ben comes out and Jack tells him he'll do the surgery if Ben promises to help him get off the island. Jack tells her to promise to never come back for him. Rousseau asks Kate if she cares for Jack, and Kate admits that she does.