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  • An Australian superhero.
  • "Walkabout" is the fourth episode of Season 1 of Lost. As food supplies run low, John Locke emerges as the hunter after the survivors learn there are wild boars near camp. Meanwhile, the survivors realize that they must somehow get rid of the rotting bodies from the fuselage. The flashbacks in this episode depict Locke's plans to get to Australia and participate in a walkabout tour.
  • Arriving in Australia, the Tourists must ally with Dingo, Fox and her mother, Anastasia Reynard, to stop out-of-control nanobots.
  • Een reeks terugblikken onthult een geheim dat Locke voor de andere passagiers verborgen heeft gehouden. Het wordt intussen ook tijd om de lichamen in het vliegtuig op te ruimen, maar hoe?
  • Walkabout is accompanied by his sidekick Kid Kangie.
  • All waypoints are provided.
  • "[[|]]" es el episodio número cuatro de la primera temporada de "Lost". Mientras las provisiones de comida empiezan a escasear, John Locke se revela como el cazador que necesitan después de que los supervivientes descubran que hay jabalíes salvajes cerca del campamento. También se dan cuenta de que deben deshacerse de los cadáveres que hay en el fuselaje. Flashback de Locke
  • "Walkabout" is the seventeenth episode of the first season of Millennium.
  • Walkabout is a popular name given to the ability of walking around playable ships during free roam and missions. But Vstep know it as Walkthrough. You can enter walkabout mode by pressing "3" on the keyboard. Parts of some ships are not walkable, and some ships are not walkable at all. These ships are mostly the smaller ones such as the powerboat and the jetski, as they have nowhere to walk. Some ships such as the Hovercraft Freedom 90 for example, the only walkable place is the inside cabin and no exterior.
  • Locke, Kate and Michael go into the jungle to hunt boars after the food supply runs low. And, Jack formulates a plan as to how to handle the bodies in the fuselage.
  • "Walkabout" is the tenth episode of Season 2 of Robin Hood and the 23rd episode of the series as a whole.
  • "Walkabout" is the third episode of the first season of Lost. It featured the flashbacks of John Locke, and therefore, not a whole lot of Jate in this episode. This episode established that Jack and Kate had, for the time being, moved past their argument in "Tabula Rasa" and Jack’s resentment at being lied to by Kate seemed to have dissipated; in fact, "Walkabout" only seemed to solidify Jack’s growing concern for Kate’s safety and well-being. And so here we go….*whoosh*
  • Walkabout is one of the levels of LittleBigPlanet PSP in the area Down Under.
  • Franklin continues his walkabout through Down Below. A replacement Vorlon arrives on the station. Sheridan is determined to score a victory against the Shadows using his newfound advantage.
  • |} Escrito por Exibido em Exibido em Elenco Convidados especiais Convidados Co-estrelado por Não creditados Imagens arquivadas "Walkabout" foi o quarto episódio da 1ª temporada de Lost, e foi ao ar no dia 13 de outubro de 2004.
  • W pierwszej scenie widzimy Locke’a tuż po katastrofie samolotu. Zaraz po ocknięciu się sprawdza, czy ma czucie w nogach. Locke porusza swobodnie palcami. W nocy na plaży Vincent budzi wszystkich swoim szczekaniem. Coś hałasuje we wraku samolotu, Jack podejrzewa Sawyera, który jednak stoi tuż za nim. Z samolotu wybiegają 3 kwiczące zwierzaki, które okazują się być dzikami, przyciągniętymi przez zwłoki rozkładające się we wnętrzu od 4 dni. Jedynym rozsądnym wyjściem wydaje się spalenie ciał, na co nie wszyscy chcą się zgodzić.
  • Walkabout refers to a rite of passage where male Australian Aborigines would undergo a journey during adolescence and live in the wilderness for a period as long as six months. In this practice they would trace the paths, or "songlines", that their people's ceremonial ancestors took, and imitate, in a fashion, their heroic deeds.
  • The sound of the claxons had been horrifying. They still rang through his head, even weeks after it was over. Then came the voices directing everyone to proceed immediately to the escape pods. In the confusion and mad rush to survive families had been separated, his was no different. Despite all his attempts to stay by them, Analii and Zyphira had been swept away from him by the surging throng.
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  • Charlie and Hurley attempt to catch food.
  • Claire, Boone, and Hurley conduct a funeral.
  • Hurley's shirt repeatedly changes from wet to dry.
  • Jack investigates the fuselage.
  • Jack speaks to Rose on the beach.
  • Kate discusses the distress signal with Sayid.
  • Kate the philosopher.
  • Locke at work.
  • Locke protesting to be let on the walkabout.
  • Locke's knife narrowly misses Sawyer on the beach.
  • The monster kills a boar.
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  • An Australian superhero.
  • "Walkabout" is the fourth episode of Season 1 of Lost. As food supplies run low, John Locke emerges as the hunter after the survivors learn there are wild boars near camp. Meanwhile, the survivors realize that they must somehow get rid of the rotting bodies from the fuselage. The flashbacks in this episode depict Locke's plans to get to Australia and participate in a walkabout tour.
  • Arriving in Australia, the Tourists must ally with Dingo, Fox and her mother, Anastasia Reynard, to stop out-of-control nanobots.
  • Een reeks terugblikken onthult een geheim dat Locke voor de andere passagiers verborgen heeft gehouden. Het wordt intussen ook tijd om de lichamen in het vliegtuig op te ruimen, maar hoe?
  • Walkabout is accompanied by his sidekick Kid Kangie.
  • Walkabout refers to a rite of passage where male Australian Aborigines would undergo a journey during adolescence and live in the wilderness for a period as long as six months. In this practice they would trace the paths, or "songlines", that their people's ceremonial ancestors took, and imitate, in a fashion, their heroic deeds. The Merriam-Webster dictionary, however, defines the noun as a 1908 coinage that refers primarily to "a short period of wandering bush life engaged in by an Australian aborigine as an occasional interruption of regular work", with the only mention of "spiritual journey" coming in a usage example from a latter-day travel writer. To white employers, this urge to depart without notice (and reappear just as suddenly) was seen as something inherent in the aboriginal nature, but the reasons may be more mundane: workers who wanted or needed to attend a ceremony or visit relatives did not accept employers control over such matters (especially since permission was generally hard to get).
  • All waypoints are provided.
  • "[[|]]" es el episodio número cuatro de la primera temporada de "Lost". Mientras las provisiones de comida empiezan a escasear, John Locke se revela como el cazador que necesitan después de que los supervivientes descubran que hay jabalíes salvajes cerca del campamento. También se dan cuenta de que deben deshacerse de los cadáveres que hay en el fuselaje. Flashback de Locke
  • "Walkabout" is the seventeenth episode of the first season of Millennium.
  • Walkabout is a popular name given to the ability of walking around playable ships during free roam and missions. But Vstep know it as Walkthrough. You can enter walkabout mode by pressing "3" on the keyboard. Parts of some ships are not walkable, and some ships are not walkable at all. These ships are mostly the smaller ones such as the powerboat and the jetski, as they have nowhere to walk. Some ships such as the Hovercraft Freedom 90 for example, the only walkable place is the inside cabin and no exterior.
  • Locke, Kate and Michael go into the jungle to hunt boars after the food supply runs low. And, Jack formulates a plan as to how to handle the bodies in the fuselage.
  • "Walkabout" is the tenth episode of Season 2 of Robin Hood and the 23rd episode of the series as a whole.
  • "Walkabout" is the third episode of the first season of Lost. It featured the flashbacks of John Locke, and therefore, not a whole lot of Jate in this episode. This episode established that Jack and Kate had, for the time being, moved past their argument in "Tabula Rasa" and Jack’s resentment at being lied to by Kate seemed to have dissipated; in fact, "Walkabout" only seemed to solidify Jack’s growing concern for Kate’s safety and well-being. And so here we go….*whoosh*
  • |} Escrito por Exibido em Exibido em Elenco Convidados especiais Convidados Co-estrelado por Não creditados Imagens arquivadas "Walkabout" foi o quarto episódio da 1ª temporada de Lost, e foi ao ar no dia 13 de outubro de 2004. Os sobreviventes são acordados a meio da noite quando animais selvagens da Ilha invadem o acampamento na praia. Kate e Michael juntam-se ao misterioso Locke numa procura por comida - e um segredo chocante sobre Locke é revelado. Entretanto, alguns sobreviventes ficam horrorizados com o plano de Jack para os corpos dos mortos ainda espalhados pelos destroços. Jack vê alguém na selva que poderá não ter estado no avião.
  • W pierwszej scenie widzimy Locke’a tuż po katastrofie samolotu. Zaraz po ocknięciu się sprawdza, czy ma czucie w nogach. Locke porusza swobodnie palcami. W nocy na plaży Vincent budzi wszystkich swoim szczekaniem. Coś hałasuje we wraku samolotu, Jack podejrzewa Sawyera, który jednak stoi tuż za nim. Z samolotu wybiegają 3 kwiczące zwierzaki, które okazują się być dzikami, przyciągniętymi przez zwłoki rozkładające się we wnętrzu od 4 dni. Jedynym rozsądnym wyjściem wydaje się spalenie ciał, na co nie wszyscy chcą się zgodzić. Kolejnym problemem, który zaczyna nękać rozbitków, jest brak jedzenia. Locke proponuje polowania na dziki i inne zwierzęta zamieszkujące Wyspę, a na pytanie, czym mają na nie polować, prezentuje okazałą kolekcję noży, które przewoził z Australii do USA. Z retrospekcji możemy początkowo wnioskować, że jest on wojskowym (ktoś nazywa go w rozmowie pułkownikiem), ale szybko okazuje się, że to tylko jakiegoś rodzaju kryptonim, może w jakiejś grze. Michael szykuje się do pójścia wraz z Locke’iem na polowanie, Sayid mówi Kate o swoim planie rozmieszczenia zbudowanych przez niego nadajników na Wyspie w celu dokładnego namierzenia francuskiej wiadomości. Kate zgadza się mu pomóc. W międzyczasie Claire gromadzi osobiste rzeczy należące do zmarłych, których „ceremonia pogrzebowa” ma się odbyć wieczorem. Proponuje Jackowi, aby poprowadził pogrzeb, ale ten odmawia. W dżungli Locke natrafia na trop dzika. Kate z Michaelem mają go okrążyć, ale dzik niespodziewanie ich atakuje. Michael zostaje zraniony w nogę, pomagając mu Kate próbuje równocześnie dowiedzieć się, czy wszystko w porządku z Locke’iem. Locke zwraca się do niej imieniem „Helen”, zapewniając, że nic mu nie jest. Mimo, iż Kate z Michaelem muszą wrócić do obozu, Locke decyduje się dalej tropić dzika samotnie. Z retrospekcji dowiadujemy się, dlaczego Locke znalazł się w Australii i skąd pochodzi jego oryginalna kolekcja noży. Rozmawiając przez telefon z „Helen” mówi jej z dumą, że wreszcie zaoszczędził wystarczającą sumę pieniędzy, aby pojechać na obóz przetrwania do Australii. Proponuje kobiecie, żeby z nim poleciała, kupił już nawet dla niej bilet. Kiedy dziewczyna odmawia, widać, że nie odwzajemnia uczuć Locke’a. Jack przysiada się do Rose, kobiety, która od kilku dni siedzi samotnie na wydmie, z dala od obozu i zgiełku w nim panującego. Jest przekonana, że jej mąż, Bernard, mimo, że znajdował się w tylnej części samolotu, przeżył i gdzieś na nią czeka. Po namowach Jacka zgadza się na dołączenie do reszty. W międzyczasie Claire znajduje kopertę należącą do Sayida. Sayid wyjmuje z niej zdjęcie kobiety, nie może od niej oderwać wzroku... W drodze powrotnej na plażę, Kate wspina się na drzewo, próbując umocować tam przygotowaną przez Sayida antenę, ale kiedy znajduje się na górze, widzi w oddali „potwora” zmierzającego w kierunku Locke’a i upuszcza antenę, która ulega zniszczeniu. Po powrocie na plażę wszyscy dowiadują się, że polowanie nie przyniosło rezultatu, a co gorsza, Locke prawdopodobnie nie żyje. Wieczorem, w trakcie przygotowań do pogrzebu, Jack widzi kogoś wyłaniającego się z lasu. Kiedy zaczyna za nim iść, wpada na Locke’a, powracającego triumfalnie z dżungli z upolowanym dzikiem. O zmroku rozbitkowie zbierają się przy samolocie, który zostaje podpalony. Claire prowadzi ceremonię, odczytując nazwiska zmarłych, próbując o każdym z nich powiedzieć coś więcej. Z finałowej retrospekcji dowiadujemy się, że przed katastrofą Locke był niepełnosprawny, a wózek inwalidzki, który był już kilkakrotnie używany przez rozbitków do różnych celów, jest jego własnością...
  • Walkabout is one of the levels of LittleBigPlanet PSP in the area Down Under.
  • Franklin continues his walkabout through Down Below. A replacement Vorlon arrives on the station. Sheridan is determined to score a victory against the Shadows using his newfound advantage.
  • The sound of the claxons had been horrifying. They still rang through his head, even weeks after it was over. Then came the voices directing everyone to proceed immediately to the escape pods. In the confusion and mad rush to survive families had been separated, his was no different. Despite all his attempts to stay by them, Analii and Zyphira had been swept away from him by the surging throng. Eventually he had to admit he would not find them in time, and entered a pod, hoping in his heart that they too had found empty pods to use. When he pulled the launch mechanism he prayed to himself that they would soon be reunited on the planet below. Some prayers go unanswered. He had spent days afterward wandering though the sea of refugees. Asking everyone he met if they had seen his wife and daughter. He described the two of them over and over to anyone who would listen. Always the response was the same, a sad shake of the head from someone who had also obviously lost loved ones. The anguish grew inside him. The Shaman found him standing on the cliff overlooking the rocks below. The soothing words he spoke interupted the thoughts of ending it all. "Come my son" the Shaman said "your time here is not done yet. There is much work to be done. There are others who need healing even more than you do. Follow me." And Zytar followed him, almost without thinking. The Shaman took him to the sick, the wounded, the lost, taught him a few basic shaman skills and focused him at helping those in greatest need. One day passed after another, each blurring into the last. Those he helped got better, and moved on. New ones replaced those who had left. Each day the Shaman would visit him and teach him a bit more. Each day he grew a little better at healing those he was given charge of. Then, the Shaman came to him and took his hand. "Follow me my son" he said in his soft compassionate voice "I have someone special you must tend to." Zytar stood and stared in total disbelief when the shaman pointed to the girl, his daughter, Zyphira. She had obviously been seriously injured. There was an ugly cut in her neck and many more bruises and cuts on her body. She stared at the ground with a hollow lost look on her face. He knelt before her and took her hands into his. She looked up at him, and after a moment realized who it was. A smile he had feared he would never see again lit her face and she threw herself into his arms. The wound to her throat had been deep. She was unable to talk. Slowly, with time they learned how to communicate with each other. The Shaman was not sure she would ever speak again, but advised him not to give up hope, for "where there is hope there are endless possibilities." Together they worked to help others find their loved ones and heal their emotional and physical wounds. One day, the Shaman came to him. "My son" he said in a quiet tone "it is time for you to move on. The spirits spoke to me and told me your place is elsewhere. Be safe my son, and think of me occasionally, as I shall think of you." The Shaman bowed to him, gave him a fatherly hug, and then went back to tending his other patients. Zytar and Zyphira packed their few belongings, and began the journey into the wide unknown that is Azeroth.
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