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16 February 2005
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"Outlaws" is the sixteenth episode of Season 1 of Lost. Sawyer becomes convinced that a wild boar has a personal vendetta against him after it ransacks his tent and attacks him in the jungle. Meanwhile, Hurley and Sayid try to help Charlie come to terms with what he did to Ethan. Flashbacks in this episode center around Sawyer's time in Australia and his hunt for the real Sawyer.



Previously on Lost

  • At St. Sebastian Hospital, Jack confronts his father Christian about a botched surgery that killed a woman and her unborn child, and accuses him of being drunk during the operation. At the board meeting, Jack tells the hospital's directors that he believes his father's intoxication directly led to the woman's death. ("All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues")
  • After his torture by Sayid, Sawyer is visited by Kate with the letter he showed her. She tells him that she knows that the letter was not written to him, but by him: his father killed his mother and then himself after being conned out of their money by a man named Sawyer. ("Confidence Man")


A young James Ford listens to what his mother tells him

As a child, Sawyer is placed under his bed by his mother. She tells him not to come out, no matter what. He lays there, and hears a gunshot from outside the room. The door opens, and a man enters. Sawyer’s father sits on his son’s bed, and shoots himself.

Years later, Sawyer enters a hotel room with a young woman named Mary Jo. They kiss, but before they can continue, a man reveals himself. Sawyer recognizes him as Hibbs, and ushers Mary Jo out. He then threatens the intruder, due to some apparent history between the two. Hibbs offers Sawyer a document, to make them “even for the Tampa job". Hibbs explains that he had found the “real Mr. Sawyer”, the man who conned Sawyer’s parents and caused his father to shoot his mother and then himself. Hibbs tells him that the man, now named Frank Duckett, is in Australia.

Arriving in Australia, Sawyer heads out to the harbor to acquire a gun from one of Hibb’s contacts. The man warns Sawyer that "you never know yourself until you point a gun at a man", and that if he finds that he is not the killing type, there is no refund.

Sawyer heads to a shrimp stand, where Duckett is working. He loads his gun, and has a perfect opportunity to kill the man. However, after engaging in conversation, Sawyer finds he cannot not go through with his plan, and Frank turns around to see nothing but a car driving away. Sawyer heads to a bar, drinking shot after shot, and meets Jack's father, Christian Shephard. The two chat, and Christian mentions his trademark saying "that's why the Red Sox will never win the World Series". He also talks about his son who hates him, and that he is truly more proud of him than his son will ever know. Christian admits that one phone call of “I love you” could fix everything, but he is too weak to do it. Sawyer says that his business in Australia would ease his suffering, and so Christian convinces him that he must therefore do it.

At night, torrential rain hits as Duckett puts out the trash. Sawyer watches him from his car, and pulls out his gun. He walks over to Frank, says “Sawyer”, and shoots him in the chest. He pulls out the letter he carries since he was a child, and begins to read it. However, as he says “Dear Mr. Sawyer”, Duckett’s response of “Who?” causes him to stop. Hibbs has lied to Sawyer; Duckett was merely in debt and Hibbs tricked Sawyer into being his free mercenary. Before he dies, Frank’s last words are that “it’ll come back around”. A stunned Sawyer simply stares at what he has done.

On the Island

Sawyer wakes to find a boar in his tent

Sawyer wakes up after dreaming about his traumatic childhood experience, only to find a boar ransacking his tent. He chases it into the jungle, but before he returns he hears something: whispers. Amongst them are the faint words “it’ll come back around”.

The morning after, Sawyer tries to salvage items from the wreckage left by the monster. Sayid arrives to mock him, and Sawyer asks him about what he heard when he was returning to camp after being kidnapped by the French woman. Sayid speaks about the whispers, but Sawyer shrugs it off when he is asked if he heard them too.

In the jungle, Kate returns Jack a gun that she has borrowed, and Jack mentions that there is just one gun left to get back, and that Sawyer has it. While Jack does not mind, Kate is defiant that she can get it. Meanwhile, at the caves, Claire tells Charlie that she had started to remember things through dreams about him. Her attempts to reach out to him don't seem to work, however, as Charlie brushes off her offer of going for a walk together.

The boar knocks Sawyer into the mud

Sawyer is tracking the boar in the jungle when he once again hears whispers, and again hears “it’ll come back around”. The boar then appears behind him. Sawyer tries to run but is knocked to the ground in the mud.

Back at his tent, Kate is enjoying herself as Sawyer tells her about what has happened. He is convinced that the boar is harassing him, and he grabs his gun to take revenge.

Further down the beach, Hurley and Charlie drags Ethan’s body to an area where he can be buried. Hurley asks Charlie if he is alright, but he does not respond. Hurley heads for Sayid’s tent, saying that he thinks Charlie might be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, as he has recently shot and killed a man.

Kate plays "I never" with Sawyer

Kate catches up with Sawyer in the jungle, highlighting his complete inability to track the boar. She offers to help him in return for carte blanche, a blank check. If she wants anything from his stash in the future, she will get it, no questions asked. Sawyer reluctantly agrees. As night falls, the two make camp, and Sawyer offers Kate some liquor from the plane if she will play a game of “I never” with him. The two then ask each other a number of questions, revealing a lot of sensitive facts, such as that Kate was once married. The game ends dramatically, however, as both drink when on the topic of “I never killed a man”, revealing that they both have, at a point in their past. Sawyer comments that it looks like they have something in common after all.

During the night, Sawyer dreams of his childhood, hiding under the bed. Instead of his father in the room, however, he sees a boar as well as hearing “it’ll come back around” once again. Kate wakes him up, saying that he is shaking. They realize that the camp has been attacked by the boar for a second time, but that it only destroyed Sawyer’s items and left Kate's untouched. Locke finds them, saying that he was looking for plane wreckage and thought he would come and say hello. They tell him about the events that happened, and Locke talks about a dog that appeared to his foster mother after her daughter died. The pet stayed up with her, sleeping on the daughter’s bed every night until his mother died. Kate asks whether he thought it was his sister, but Locke says what mattered was that his mother believed it.

Sayid tries to help Charlie

Sayid finds Charlie by the shore, but Charlie soon understands why he is there. Charlie says he feels no guilt over what happened, as it was to protect the survivors from an evil man. Sayid tells Charlie about the first man he killed, and how he woke up every night after for a long time before he could accept what he had done. What happened with Ethan will be with Charlie for the rest of his life, and Sayid says that he is not alone, whether he pretends he is or not.

Sawyer and Kate manage to find the boar’s wallow, and discovered a baby hog. Sawyer waves the boar in the air to attract its parent, much to Kate’s disgust. She shouts for him to let the defenseless creature go, and on his refusal she kicks his leg, causing him to trip and release the young piglet. She flatly tells him to find his own way home, and walks away.

Sawyer decides to spare the boar as Kate watches him from a distance

Continuing his search, Sawyer finally comes face to face with the adult boar. He pulls out his gun, ready to shoot, but decides he cannot kill it. The similarities between the boar and Duckett in his past are not lost on Sawyer, and when Kate reveals herself again, Sawyer says that “it's just a boar”. He heads back to camp.

At the beach, Charlie finds Claire, offering to take that walk with her now. The two head off along the beach, as Charlie finally begins to overcome his deep inner feelings about killing a man. Elsewhere, Jack is chopping wood when Sawyer arrives with his gun. He hands it over, and when Jack said “that’s why the Sox will never win the Series”, Sawyer remembers Christian saying the same thing in Australia. He realizes that the son Christian spoke of was Jack all along, but neglects to reveal this fact to Jack.


  • Sawyer's first name is revealed to be "James" when he is talking with Frank Duckett at the shrimp stand.
  • Christian tells Sawyer he misplaced his wallet. In actual fact he left it at his hotel as revealed in "White Rabbit".

Production notes

  • This episode was the first of the final nine episodes after the show was picked up for an entire season after the initial 13 episode order.[1]
  • Emilie de Ravin becomes a full-time regular in this episode. Previously she had only been credited when she appeared.
  • The first episode in which neither Boone nor Shannon appear.
  • Jin, Michael, Sun, and Walt appear without speaking lines.
  • This episode marks the first appearance of the first raft.

Bloopers and continuity errors

  • When Charlie and Hurley are burying Ethan, the blankets of the corpse move up and down which makes it appear that Ethan is still breathing.
  • During the game of I Never, the amount of liquid in Sawyer's bottle of alcohol changes, being almost empty halfway through the game to being full again toward the end despite drinking from the same bottle all the way through.
  • When Sawyer falls in the mud after being chased by a boar, a wire fence is clearly visible in the background. In the bonus feature "Lost on Location: The Trouble with Boars" it can be seen that this scene was filmed inside a fenced-in enclosure.
  • When Hurley is talking with Sayid, he says that Charlie shot Ethan four times, when in fact it was six times.
  • As Sawyer exits his car at the Shrimp Shack, he opens the cylinder of his revolver to verify it is loaded. He then spins the cylinder which produces a mechanical-ratchet noise. Since the cylinder is open, it is disengaged from the revolvers lockworks and would not make such a sound.
  • As Sawyer is watching Frank Duckett take out the trash from the shrimp shack, he checks the ammo in his gun. This time he opens the Cylinder the opposite way he has opened it every other time.

Recurring themes

Recurring themes in Lost
Black and whiteCar accidentsCharacter connectionsDeceptions and consDreamsEyesFate versus free willGood and bad peopleImprisonmentIsolationLife and deathMissing body partsNicknamesThe NumbersParent issuesPregnanciesRainRebirthRedemptionRelationshipsRevengeSacrificeSecretsTime

Literary techniques

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ComparativeIronyJuxtapositionForeshadowing PlottingCliffhangerPlot twist Stock Characters:  ArchetypeRedshirtUnseen character
Story:  FlashbacksFlash-forwardsFlash-sidewaysRegularly spoken phrasesSymbolismUnreliable narrator 
  • In his past, Sawyer went out to get revenge on the "real Sawyer"; on the Island, Sawyer went out to get revenge on the boar. (Juxtaposition)
  • Sawyer killed Duckett in order to try to get away from his past and tried to do the same on the Island. However, he realized that killing the boar wouldn't help him escape his problems and left it alone. (Juxtaposition)
  • In his past, both Hibbs and Christian Shephard indirectly or directly goaded Sawyer on to kill "the real Sawyer", and he impulsively did. On the Island, Kate went with him, and actively persuaded him not to. (Juxtaposition)
  • Sawyer will later find and kill the real "Sawyer" on the island, revealed in "The Brig". (Foreshadowing)
  • Both Jack and Christian use the phrase "that's why the Sox will never win the World Series." Ben would later prove his access to the outside world by showing Jack footage of the Red Sox winning the 2004 World Series in. (Foreshadowing)
  • Kate reveals that she was once briefly married, revealed in "I Do". (Foreshadowing)
  • Christian tells Sawyer that one phone call could "fix" his strained relationship with Jack. (Regularly spoken phrases)

Cultural references

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(direct references only)
ArtBooksCarsGamesMovies and TVMusicPhilosophyReligion and ideologiesScience
  • Moby Dick: Sawyer chases a boar like Captain Ahab chases Moby Dick, both blaming the animals for the disgraces of their lives. (Literary works)

Storyline analysis

Storyline analysis in Lost
  • Sawyer's dad kills Sawyer's mom and himself. (Crimes)
  • Sawyer kills Frank Duckett. (Crimes)

Episode references

Unanswered Questions

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Wild Pack (Earth-616) article)

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Team Template Team Template
Official Name
Wild Pack
Team Aliases


Team Identity



Team Leader(s)

Current Members
Amy Chen, Larry Arnold, Powell, Quentino, Battlestar, Crippler, Fin, Man-Eater, Sandman

Former Members
Ernst Sublinovia (former leader)

Deathlok, Paladin, Prowler, Rocket Racer, Spider-Man, Hawkeye, Le Peregrine (all freelance operatives)

Nazis (formerly)

The team was formerly created by Silver Sable's father to fight Nazis

Place of Formation

First appearance

Amazing Spider-Man #265
(June, 1985)



History of team is unknown.


Equipment: None known equipment
Transportation: None known transportation
Weapons: None known weapons


  • No special notes.


  • In other media, they had appeared in the Six Forgotten Warriors saga of the animated Spider-Man series on Fox, they served as both an ally and enemy to Spider-Man against both the Kingpin and the Red Skull.
  • The Ohio team of the 50-State Initiative will bear the name Wild Pack.

See Also

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Up to date as of February 05, 2010

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Outlaws are humans that have rejected their normal, functional place in society. They have all turned to crime for different reasons. Some of them were seduced by the promise of great wealth, others were convinced to join a cult, and still others feel like they were rejected by the humans that they trusted the most. Whatever the cause, they now steal and kill without mercy. Their only thoughts are for their own personal gain. Since they do look like players, many newcomers take them for PKs (especially the hunters).

Outlaws can be found in many places, but they seem to have congregated around the Outlaw Camp and Dark Cathedral. The collapse of the Dark Cathedral may have something to do with the large number of outlaws in this area.


Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Assassin Image:Assassin.gif 105 175 -- 450 0-50 gp, 0-14 Throwing Star, 0-2 Torch, Knife, Battle Shield, Combat Knife, Plate Shield, Steel Helmet (semi-rare), 0-8 Viper Star (semi-rare), Leopard Armor (rare), 0-2 Small Diamond (very rare), Horseman Helmet (very rare).
Bandit Image:Bandit.gif 65 245 450 450 0-28 gp, 0-2 Meat, 0-3 Tomatoes, Bag, Axe, Mace, Chain Helmet, Leather Legs, Steel Shield, Brass Shield, Brass Armor (semi-rare), Iron Helmet (semi-rare), War Hammer (rare).
Black Knight Image:Black Knight.gif 1600 1800 -- -- 0-124 gp, 0-3 Spears, Dark Armor, Battle Hammer, Dark Helmet, Halberd, Plate Armor, Double Axe, Rope, 0-2 Brown Bread, Brass Legs, Steel Helmet, Two-Handed Sword, Knight Axe (semi-rare), Warrior Helmet (semi-rare), Knight Legs (rare), Ruby Necklace (rare), Knight Armor (rare), Dragon Lance (very rare), Lightning Legs (very rare), Piggy Bank (very rare), Boots of Haste (very rare).
Crazed Beggar Image:Crazed Beggar.gif 35 100 300 300 0-9 gp, Meat, Roll, Wooden Spoon, Dirty Cape, Rolling Pin, Wooden Hammer, Lute, Red Rose, Small Blue Pillow (rare), Rum Flask (rare), Sling Herb (rare), Rusty Armor (Common) (rare), Very Noble-Looking Watch (very rare), Dwarven Ring (very rare).
Gamemaster (Creature) Image:Gamemaster (Creature).gif 0 -- -- Unknown.
Gang Member Image:Gang Member.gif 70 295 -- 450 0-23 gp, Meat, Brown Bread, 0-2 Torches, Leather Legs, Studded Legs, Mace, Club Ring (rare).
Gladiator Image:Gladiator.gif 90 185 -- 470 0-20 gp, Meat, Sword, Mace, Plate Shield, Chain Helmet, Brass Armor (semi-rare), Steel Shield (semi-rare), Belted Cape (rare), Iron Helmet (rare).
Hero Image:Hero.gif 1200 1400 -- -- 0-100 gp, 0-15 Arrows, Rope, Scroll, Lyre, Green Tunic, Bow, Scarf, Meat, Grapes, Red Rose, Wedding Ring, Two Handed Sword, 0-6 Sniper Arrow, War Hammer (semi-rare), Red Piece of Cloth (semi-rare), Crown Armor (rare), Crown Shield (rare), Crown Helmet (rare), Fire Sword (rare), Great Health Potion (rare), Piggy Bank (very rare), Might Ring (very rare), Crown Legs (very rare).
Hunter Image:Hunter.gif 150 150 -- 530 0-2 Poison Arrow, 0-24 Arrows, 0-2 Oranges, 0-2 Rolls, Torch, Bag, Brass Armor, Leather Helmet, Leather Legs, Bow, Brass Helmet, Dragon Necklace (rare), 0-3 Burst Arrows (rare), Wolf Trophy (very rare), Lion Trophy (very rare), Sniper Gloves (very rare), Small Ruby (very rare).
Midnight Warrior File:Midnight Warrior.gif 750 1000 -- -- Midnight Shard.
Mutated Human Image:Mutated Human.gif 150 240 -- -- 0-130 gp, 0-3 Worm, Mutated Flesh, Fishbone, Short Sword, Studded Armor, Brass Helmet (semi rare), Cheese (semi rare), Scale Armor (semi rare), Strange Talisman (semi rare), Sword (semi rare), Rusty Armor (Common) (semi rare), Peanut (rare), Fern (very rare), Silver Amulet (very rare).
Nightslayer Image:Nightslayer.gif 375 400 -- -- Midnight Shard.
Nomad Image:Nomad.gif 60 160 420 420 0-51 gp, 0-3 Potatoes, Chain Helmet, Mace, Brass Shield, Axe, Leather Legs, Brass Armor (semi-rare), Steel Shield (rare), Iron Helmet (rare), Parchment (very rare).
Poacher Image:Poacher.gif 70 90 -- 530 0-2 Roll, 0-17 Arrows, 0-3 Poison Arrows, Leather Helmet, Leather Legs, Torch, Bow, Closed Trap (rare).
Primitive Image:Primitive.gif 45 200 -- -- 0-10 gp, Studded Shield, Studded Helmet, Studded Armor, Axe, Sabre, Surprise Bag (Blue), Surprise Bag (Red) (very rare).
Smuggler Image:Smuggler.gif 48 130 390 390 0-10 gp, 0-2 Torch, Meat, Ham, Knife, Bag, Combat Knife, Leather Helmet, Leather Legs, Short Sword, 0-5 Raspberries (semi-rare), Sword (semi-rare), Deer Trophy (very rare).
Stalker Image:Stalker.gif 90 120 -- -- 0-8 gp, 0-2 Throwing Knife, Leather Legs, Brass Legs, Blank Rune, Backpack, Katana, Obsidian Lance (rare), Stealth Ring (very rare).
Thief (Creature) Image:Thief (Creature).gif 5 60 -- -- None.
Wild Warrior Image:Wild Warrior.gif 60 135 420 420 0-30 gp, Meat, Axe, Mace, Brass Shield, Leather Legs, Chain Helmet, 0-2? eggs (semi-rare?) Iron Helmet (rare), Brass Armor (rare), Steel Shield (very rare), Doll (very rare), War Hammer (very rare).

Outlaw Bosses

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Man in the Cave Image:Man in the Cave.gif 770 485 -- -- 0-27? gp, 1-3 Ropes, Brown Bread, Brown Piece of Cloth, Mammoth Fur Cape, Mercenary Sword, Shard, Fur Cap (rare).
Morik the Gladiator Image:Morik the Gladiator.gif 160 1235 -- -- Morik's Helmet (Always).
Rukor Zad Image:Rukor Zad.gif 380 380 -- -- 0-50 gp, Steel Shield.
Smuggler Baron Silvertoe Image:Smuggler Baron Silvertoe.gif 170 280 -- -- 0-26 gp, 0-2 Meat, Mace, Short Sword.

Outlaw Arena Bosses

Creature Exp HP Summon Convince Loot
Achad Image:Achad.gif 70 185 -- -- Nothing. It turns into ashes that vanishes quickly afterwards.
Gnorre Chyllson Image:Gnorre Chyllson.gif 4000 7100 -- -- Nothing. It turns into ashes that vanishes quickly afterwards.
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