1x01: PILOT (1)
ORIGINAL AIR DATE ON ABC: 09/22/04
Written by JJ. Abrams & Damon Lindelof
Directed by JJ Abrams
Transcribed by nikita_80.
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48 survivors of a plane crash try to come to grips with what's happened and wait for the rescue boat. They're stranded on a beach of a rather idyllic pacific island. Idyllic until strange, mysterious, and terrifying noises starts coming from the jungle when night falls.
1X01: PILOT (1)
An eye opens, its pupil shrinking as it adjusts to the light. The camera pans up from the ground to trees and bamboo overhead. Point of view switches back again, to the man who's eye the camera first showed, Jack. He is lying on the ground wearing a dark suit and tie and panting for air. He has bruises on his face. Jack looks around as if trying to come to grips with his surroundings. He sees a dog in the brush. The dog runs toward him, then dodges and runs away. Jack rises on his feet and winces and grimaces in pain. He checks his pocket and finds a miniature booze bottle. He has a dizzy spell. Jack starts running.
The scene changes to Jack arriving on a beach a girl screaming. There's an engine buzzing, some more people, some smoke, fire, and part of the hull of an airplane. People are moving around. Some appear more hurt than others. Jack runs forward closer to the airplane.
A man, Charlie, is waving his arms to protect himself from debris being sucked to an engine next to him.
One man, Jin, is calling out something in an oriental language. Another man, Michael is running around and calling out “Walt”. The girl who is screaming is Shannon.
Injured Man [to people he's instructing]: Stay away from the gas. Stay there.
Jack looks up and sees that the wing of the plane is perilously close to falling down. Another man is trapped beneath some debris.
Man: Heeelp. Help. Somebody help me!
Jack runs to get him free. Jack realizes the debris is too heavy to lift by himself after one attempt.
Jack [signaling to another man]: Hey! You there! Give me a hand! [to some other people] You, come on! Get over here! [Locke and two other men arrive] On the count of three! One. Two. Three.
As the other men lift, Jack drags the trapped man out. The formerly trapped man is hurt badly and bleeding from his leg. Jack uses his tie to stop the bleeding as Locke and another man watch. Jack hears screaming and sees that it's a pregnant woman, Claire.
Claire: Help! Please help me! [sobbing] Help me. Oh please, help me.
Jack [to one of the men who helped, indicating badly hurt man]: You, get him out of here! [to Locke] Get away from the engine! Get him out of here!
Jack runs to help Claire.
Claire: Oh please, please. I'm having contractions!
Jack: How many months pregnant are you?
Claire: I'd-I'm only eight months.
Jack [looking over to man, Boone, who is doing CPR on another woman, Rose, close by]: How far apart are they coming?
Claire: I don't know, after this happened…
Camera switches to Locke and the other man getting the wounded man to safety.
Locke [to a man walking in the opposite direction]: Hey! Hey, hey, hey! Get away-
The man stops and turns, and Locke signals for him to get away from the engine, but it's too late. The man gets sucked into the engine, and it blows up. Debris flies everyone, and people run for shelter. Jack tries to shield Claire from the flying debris.
Jack: Listen to me. Look at me. You're gonna be okay, do you understand me? But you have to sit absolutely still.
Claire cries in pain. Jack looks over to Boone still doing CPR and then to a man, Hurley, standing close by.
Jack: Hey, you! Come here! I need you to get this woman away from these fumes. Take her over there. Stay with her. If her contractions occur any closer than three minutes apart, call out to me.
Hurley: Oh, you gotta be kidding me.
Jack [to Claire]: I'll be right back, okay?
Hurley: Hey! What's your name!?
Hurley [mouthing]: Jack.
Jack [to Boone]: Stop! Her head's not tilted far back enough. You're blowing air into her stomach.
Boone: You sure? [watches Jack do CPR] That's exactly what I was doing. I'm a lifeguard; I'm licensed.
Jack: Yeah, well you need to seriously think about giving that license back.
Boone: Maybe we should do one of those hole things? You know, stick that pen in the throat?
Jack [incredulously]: Yeah, good idea, you go get me a pen.
Boone gets up and starts asking people for pens while Jack continues proper CPR.
Boone: Does anyone have any pens?
Jack: Come on. Come on! Come on! Come on.
Rose coughs and gasps for air.
Jack: Big, deep breath. Deep breath.
The metal of the wing groans, about to collapse. Jack notices that Hurley and Claire are now sitting beneath it. Jack runs toward them as metal hinges keep snapping.
Jack: Move! Move. Move! Get her up; get her out of there! The wing!
Hurley looks up just as the wing starts to descend, barely being held up any more. Hurley and Jack help Claire run away. The wing falls to the ground, and the resulting explosion knocks them down. Some of the debris barely misses a dumbfounded Charlie.
Jack: You okay?
Jack: You? [Hurley nods] Stay with her.
Hurley: Dude. I'm not going anywhere.
Jack walks through the debris, while others run about. Jack arrives at the opening of the fuselage and look inside. Boone shows up holding a selection of pens.
Boone: I didn't know which one would work best.
Jack[taking the pens]: They're all good. Thanks.
Jack leaves, and Boone watches him go before looking inside the hull of the airplane. Camera switches to Jack out on the beach, among the debris, searching bags and suitcases. He gathers a sowing kit and a piece of cloth. He then runs to a more secluded part of the beach, looking over his back as he does so until he finds a spot, slows down and takes off his jacket, wincing. The back of his shirt has a large stain of blood. He uses a branch to hang his coat and takes off his shirt and then his tee, to reveal a large gash. He kneels. He tries to look at his back. Someone's walking in the bush, Jack notices. A woman, Kate, is rubbing her wrist.
Jack: Excuse me? Did you ever use a needle?
Kate [shaken]: What?
Jack: Did you ever patch a pair of jeans?
Kate: I… I made the drapes in my apartment.
Jack: That's fantastic. Listen. Do you have a second? I could use a little help here.
Kate [nodding]: Help with what?
Jack: With this. [He indicates his wound; Kate looks repulsed] Look, I'd do it myself, I'm a doctor, but I just can't reach it-
Kate [incredulously]: You want me to sow that up?!
Jack: It's just like the drapes-
Kate: No, with the drapes, I used a sowing machine.
Jack: No, you can do this. I'm telling you. If you wouldn't mind.
Kate: Of course I will.
Jack: Thank you. [handing her the miniature bottle of alcohol] It's for your hands. And save me some. [noticing Kate's look] For the… for the wound.
Kate [with the sowing kit]: Any color preference?
Jack [laughing]: Eh. Standard black.
Jack pours some of the alcohol on his wound and winces.
Scene cuts back to the beach where a man, Sawyer, is lighting up a cigarette. He looks at the wreckage. Other people have lit a campfire. Claire's standing in the shallows; apparently her contractions have stopped. Hurley's organizing the airplane food. Locke's sitting, staring at the ocean. Boone tries to get his cell-phone to work, but there's nothing but a beep. A man, Sayid, calls out to Charlie.
Sayid: Hey you! What's your name?
Charlie: Me? Charlie.
Sayid: Charlie. We need help with the fire. No one will see it if it isn't big.
Charlie: Okay, I'm on it. What's your name?
Charlie: Sayid. I'm on it, Sayid.
Charlie looks wearily at the log that's been handed to him and places it on the fire. Camera switches to Rose, sitting with a wedding ring to her mouth, kissing it.
Scene switches to Kate and Jack. Kate is still patching up Jack.
Kate: I might throw up on you.
Jack [clenching teeth]: You're doing fine.
Kate: You don't seem afraid at all. I don't understand that.
Jack: Well… Fear's sort of an odd thing. When I was in residency my… first solo procedure was a spinal surgery on a sixteen-year-old kid. A girl. And at the end after… thirteen hours I was closing her up and I… I accidentally ripped her dural sac . Shredded the base of the spine where all her nerves come together. Membrane as thin as tissue and… So it ripped open. Nerves just spilled out of her like angel hair pasta, spinal fluid flowing out of her and I… The terror was just so... crazy. So real. And I knew I had to deal with it. So I just made a choice. I'd let the fear in. Let it take over, let it do its thing. But only for five seconds, that's all I was gonna give it. So I started to count. One. Two. Three. Four. Five. And it was gone. I went back to work, sowed her up, and she was fine.
Kate: If that'd been me, I would have run for the door.
Jack: No, I don't think that's true. You're not running now.
Scene switches back to the beach. It's now dark. Several fires are burning and people have gathered around them. Charlie scribbles “FATE” on his taped fingers, a letter for each finger.
Sayid: You'd think they would have come by now.
Charlie: Huh? Who?
Camera switches its focus onto Shannon's where she's applying nail polish to her toenails . Boone sits down near her and he holds out a chocolate bar to her.
Shannon [distastefully]: As if I'm going to start eating chocolate.
Boone: Shannon, we may be here for a while.
Shannon: The plane had a black box, idiot. They know exactly where we are; they're coming. I'll eat on the rescue boat.
Boone holds the chocolate for her again.
Shannon [insistently]: I'll eat on the rescue boat.
Boone eats the chocolate himself.
Camera switches to Claire, who is rubbing her tummy . She is spooked when Hurley steps on the metal she's seated on and it groans . He sits down next to her.
Hurley gives her one of the air-meals.
Hurley: Any more… you know, baby stuff?
Claire: No. I'm-I'm okay.
Hurley [handing her plastic cutlery]: Well, hang in there.
Claire: Yeah, you too.
Hurley gives her a second meal, just as he's leaving, and Claire smiles gratefully. Camera switches to Michael and his son Walt.
Michael: Sure you don't wanna?
Walt is silent, but nods. Camera switches to an Asian couple, Jin and Sun, speaking a foreign language, translated in subtitles.
Jin: You must not leave my sight. You must follow me wherever I go. Do you understand? [Sun nods] Don't worry about the others. We need to stay together.
Sun nods again and so does Jin.
Camera switches to Kate, now on the beach. She's watching, with a repulsed look on her face, hand covering her mouth, as Jack checks on a man that's got metal sticking out from just below his ribs.
Kate: Do you think he's gonna live?
Jack [noticing Kate looking at the man]: Do you know him?
Kate: He was sitting next to me.
Scene starts up again with Jack and Kate, now by a fire. Jack is holding a palm leaf in the air, using it to mimic a plane.
Jack: We must have been about forty thousand feet when it happened. Hit an air pocket. Dropped. Maybe… two-hundred feet? The turbulence was… I blacked out.
Kate: I didn't. I saw the whole thing. I knew that the tail was gone, but I couldn't bring myself to look back. And then the… the front of the plane broke off.
Jack: Well, it's not here on the beach. Neither is the tail. We need to figure out which way we came in.
Jack: ‘Cause there's a chance we could find the cockpit. If it's intact, we might be able to find a transceiver, we could send out a signal. Help the rescue party find us.
Kate: How do you know all that?
Jack: Took a couple of flying lessons and… wasn't for me.
Jack tosses the makeshift airplane model into the flames.
Kate: I saw some smoke. [Jack perks up] Just... through the valley. If you're thinking about going for the cockpit, I'm going with you.
Pause, Jack looks contemplating then amused.
Jack: I don't know your name.
Kate: I'm Kate.
They smile. A noise sounds behinds them, and they turn to look, surprised It's coming from inside the valley and, whatever it is, it 's also spooking a lot of animals that start making distressed noises . Locke also listens to the noise. It sounds as if something very large is stepping on metal and making a crushing sound. Then there is a deep rumble and a roaring noise. Walt, Boone, and Shannon also stare at the jungle in the valley where the sounds are coming from.
Shannon: What was that?
Camera focuses back to Kate who shares an alarmed look with Jack. They rise. Charlie and Sayid are also watching the jungle, worried. Sayid gets up, and Charlie follows.
Charlie: That was weird, right?
Camera switches to Walt, who looks livid.
Walt: Is that Vincent?
Michael: It's not Vincent.
As survivors gather together , they see some of the trees swaying, bending and Breaking .
Claire: Did anybody see that?
Boone gets up and heads toward the jungle
The noise, which now sounds very much like foghorn, has gotten everyone's attention. Kate and Jack approach where the others have gathered. So does Sawyer, Boone, Shannon, Sun, and Jin. Michael, Charlie, Sayid, Claire, Walt, and Hurley are already in place. The sound starts to come from more than one direction within the jungle. More trees are folding.
Charlie [sarcastically]: Terrific.
Flashback to the plane. Jack's seated by the wing and looking out. The flight attendant walks up.
Flight attendant: So how's the drink?
Jack: It's good.
Flight attendant: That wasn't a very strong reaction.
Jack: Well, it's not a very strong drink.
The flight attendant retrieves two bottles from her trolley and hands them to Jack.
Flight attendant: Just don't tell anyone.
Jack: This, of course, breaks critical FA regulations.
The flight attendant winks at him and she leaves. Jack puts one of the bottles in his pocket and pours himself a new drink from the other. He finishes it in just a few gulps. Rose sits across the aisle from him. Jack gets up to leave but is shunned away by Charlie who is walking up the aisle hurriedly.
Charlie: Excuse me.
Flight attendant [to Charlie]: Sir? Excuse me.
Rose: Guess he really had to go.
Flight attendant [just reaching Jack and Rose's row]: Sir, excuse me.
Jack takes his seat, and some alarming turbulence shakes the plane, causing some people to yelp . Jack fastens his seatbelt , and the turbulence calms slightly.
Flight attendant [on speaker]: Ladies and gentlemen, the pilot has switched on the 'fasten seatbelt' sign. Please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts.
Jack: It's normal.
Rose: Oh, I know. Just never been a very good flier. My husband keeps reminding me that planes wanna be in the air.
Jack: Well, he sounds like a very smart man.
Rose: Be sure and tell him that when he gets back from the bathroom.
The turbulence gets worse; the metal in the airplane hull shrieks.
Jack: Well, I'll keep you company until he does. Don't worry. It's gonna be ov-
Jack's interrupted by a loud bang. A man is tossed to the roof of the plane and falling down again. People scream and cry. A warning beep goes off, and oxygen masks are lowered into the cabin. People put on their masks as the plane descends. Jack blacks out and the flashback ends.
Back at the beach, daylight. Camera looks out at the ocean before turning to Jack. In the background, people are talking.
Michael: … It sounded like an.. animal!
Rose: That sound that it made, I keep thinking that there was something really familiar about it.
Someone: Where are you from?
The people continue talking in the background as Kate approaches Jack.
Kate: You ready?
Jack: Kate, you showed me where the smoke was. I can get there myself-
Kate: I'm coming.
Jack [looking down at her feet]: Well, you're gonna need better shoes.
Scene switches to Kate looking for shoes. She remorsefully takes off the shoes of a dead person. Locke watches and gives her a creepy smile, showing off the skin of the orange inside his mouth instead of his teeth. Kate looks disturbed, and Locke starts chewing the fruit. Kate leaves.
Scene switches to Sayid, Charlie, Shannon, Boone, Michael and Walt seated in a circle on the beach.
Michael: Whatever it was, it wasn't natural.
Charlie: Does anyone have any sun block?
Shannon: Yeah, I do.
Hurley [arriving and sitting down with the circle]: So. I was just looking inside the fuselage, it's pretty… grim in there. D'you think we should do something about the… [noticing Walt] b-o-d-y-s?
Michael: What are you spelling, man, ‘bodies'?
Walt [correcting Hurley]: B-o-d-i-e-s.
Sayid: That sounds like a good idea.
Shannon: No, they'll deal with it when they get here.
Jack [walking up to the group]: I'm gonna go out and look for the cockpit. See if we can find a transceiver to send out a distress signal to help the rescue team. You're gonna need to keep an eye on the wounded. If the guy in the suit wakes up, try to keep him calm, but don't let him remove that piece of shrapnel. Do you understand?
Boone: Yeah. Got it. But what about the guy with the leg? The ti-
Jack: It stopped bleeding. I took it off last night. He should be all right.
Boone: Yeah, cool. Good job.
Charlie: I'll come with. I wanna help.
Jack: I don't need any more help.
Charlie: No, it's cool, I don't really feel like standing still, so… [Jack nods] Excellent.
They leave; scene ends.
Jack, Kate, and Charlie are out on their expedition up the valley.
Kate: Can I ask you something?
Charlie: Me? I'll be thrilled. I've been waiting.
Kate: Have we ever met, anywhere?
Charlie: No. That would be unlikely. I look familiar though, right?
Charlie [sighing]: Can't quite place it?
Kate: No, I can't
Charlie: Yeah. I think I know.
Kate: You do?
Charlie [singing]: You all, everybody. You all, everybody. [stops singing at Kate's look] You never heard that song?
Kate: I've heard it, I just don't know what the hell it has-
Charlie: That's us! Driveshaft. Look, the ring. Second tour of Finland. You never heard of Driveshaft?
Kate [skeptically]: The band?
Charlie: Yeah, the band.
Kate: You were in Driveshaft?
Charlie: I am in Driveshaft. I play bass.
Kate: That's... Are you serious?
Charlie: Yeah! Charlie. Track three, you know, I do back key vocals.
Kate: My friend, Beth would freak. She loved you guys.
Charlie: Give me Beth's number, and I'll call her up. I'd love to. Does she live nearby?
Kate[to Jack]: Did you ever hear of Driveshaft?
Charlie [singing again]: You all everybody. You all everybody.
Kate giggles, and Jack shakes his head.
Jack: We gotta keep moving.
Kate: You were good.
Charlie: They are good. Still together. We're in the middle of a comeback.
Camera view switches to the dog's point of view, then the dog. Scene ends.
Back at the beach, Locke's looking out at the ocean. It's clouded, and it looks like a storm is headed for the shores.
Back in the jungle, Jack, Kate and Charlie are still trekking when the rain starts to pour.
Charlie: Guys, is this normal? Kinda day turning into night, you know… End of the world type weather just… guys?
Kate and Jack just keep moving ahead.
Back at the beach, people are busy trying to find shelter from the rain. Locke sits quietly, not bothering to get out of the rain. Jin yells something to a man who attempts to share the shelter Jin has found for himself and Sun.
Hurley [to Boone and Shannon, who are heading for the fuselage]: I'm telling you, you don't want to go in there. Too many bodies.
The open beach is deserted as everyone finds shelter, except for Locke, who sits and watches the heavens, letting the rain pour down on him. He folds out his arms as if he's greeting it. There are sounds coming from the jungle again, the same from last night, and trees are again moving and falling over. Claire hears and goes to see.
Claire: There it is again.
Rose: Oh my god.
Cut back to the jungle again with Jack, Kate and Charlie. They reach the wreck of the front part of the plane. They stand and look at it wearily, determining their next move.
Jack: Well, let's do this.
They make their way to the bottom of the wreck. The plane's tilted at a sharp angle so if they enter, they'll have to climb. There are bodies in the seats.
Charlie: Let's get this trans…
Jack: That's ‘transceiver'.
Charlie: Transceiver thing and get out.
Jack starts the rough climb, and Kate and Charlie follow. As they're making their way up, the hull starts groaning and tilts. Charlie's grip falters for a moment, but he manages to grab the leg of one of the bodies and drag his way up again. Jack reaches the cockpit, but it's locked. He finds a fire extinguisher and bangs it against the lock of the door. The door flies open and, with it, the body of one of the pilots. The body tumbles down the aisle, barely missing Charlie. They all catch their breath, and Kate's visibly spooked.
Jack [to Kate]: You okay?
Kate: Yeah. You?
Charlie [contributing, despite no one having asked him]: I'm fine. Charlie's fine, by the way.
Jack [indicating the cockpit]: Kate, you don't have to come up here.
Kate: No, I'm good.
Jack holds out his hand for her and she grabs it. Jack helps push Kate up into the cockpit and drags himself in after her . They try to catch their breath.
Kate: So, what does a transceiver look like?
Jack: A complicated walkie-talkie.
Jack gets up and starts searching. Kate follows and searches near the pilot who appears to be dead. Suddenly the pilot rises and gasps for air, scaring Kate so badly she falls backward.
Jack [to pilot]: Hey. Can you hear me?
The pilot wheezes.
Jack [to Kate]: I need that water.
Kate hands him a bottle.
Jack [to pilot, giving him water]: Here. Here you go, here.
Pilot gulps down some water before coughing some up.
Pilot: How many survived?
Jack: At least forty-eight. Does anything feel broken?
Pilot: No. No. Just my head's a little… dizzy that's all.
Jack [checking pilot's head]: Yeah, it's probably a concussion.
Pilot: How long has it been?
Jack: Sixteen hours.
Pilot: Sixteen. Has anybody come?
Jack: Not yet.
Pilot: Six hours in… Our radio went out. No one could see us. We turned back to, to land in Fiji, by the time we, we hit turbulence… we were a thousand miles off course. They're looking for us. In the wrong place. [He pauses until he realizes] We have a transceiver!
Jack: Good, good. That's what we were hoping. Listen, you shouldn't try to mo-
Pilot: No, no, no, I'm okay.
Jack [to Kate]: Try and see…
Kate starts looking where the pilot's pointing.
Pilot: It's right there.
Kate finds it and hands it to Jack who hands it to the pilot. The pilot turns it on, and it emits static.
Jack: Where's Charlie?
Kate goes to look while the pilot tries several things to get the transceiver to work, including hitting it.
Pilot: It's not working.
Kate returns to the cabin, looking disturbed by all the bodies. The plane abruptly tilts.
Charlie comes out from the bathroom behind her, making her jump.
Kate: What were you doing in the bathroom?
Suddenly the whole wreck rumbles and shakes, and the same sound they heard yesterday at the beach is coming from the outside. Close. They all look panicked.
Pilot: What the hell was that?
Jack [whispering]: Kate.
Jack drags Kate back into the cockpit while Charlie helps to push.
Kate [whispering]: It's right outside.
Pilot: What, what's right outs-?
Jack [motioning the pilot to be quiet]: Shh!
The rumbling noises are right outside, and an enormous shadow passes outside the cockpit's fogged windows and some loud steps can be heard. Kate whimpers. Jack moves closer to the window and tries to wipe away some of the condensation to get a better look. The pilot gets up and to stand beside Jack. Kate drags herself to the control panel and the seat that the pilot's vacated. The pilot moves closer to where the cockpit's window is broken and wide open. His torso disappears out the opening. Kate, Charlie, Jack look on, terrified when suddenly the pilot is lifted. Kate screams. They all watch helplessly as whatever it is bangs the pilot's body into the edge of the cockpit's broken window. The pilot screams too. For one moment, it seems he's returning to the cockpit , before he's lifted all the way out and disappears. There's blood splatter on one of the other cockpit windows.
Charlie: What the hell just happened?!
Whatever is outside starts shaking the plane wreck violently. Jack tries to grab the transceiver and falters on the first attempt. The plane falls down from its angle. Jack tries once more to reach the transceiver.
Kate: Jack, come on!
Charlie: Just leave it!
Jack reaches the transceiver, finally. They all make a run for it, leaving the plane wreck behind. Whatever makes the noise seems to be following them, as they run. After running for a while, Charlie's feet get caught in some roots and he falls. Jack notices and runs back to help. He tries to free Charlie. Kate keeps running . She finds a tree with a thick trunk surrounded by vines where she takes shelter, sobbing.
Kate [screaming]: Jack! [sobbing] Jack.
Thunder breaks out above. Kate looks up, then back down and around, looking for Jack and Charlie. She tries to control her breathing so as not to reveal her position.
Kate [remembering what Jack told her about fear, shivering, stuttering]: One. Two. Three. Four. Five
Again in the jungle with Kate. Charlie walks up behind her.
Kate screams. Charlie screams, and they both fall down.
Kate: Without Jack?
Charlie: I don't know.
Kate: Did you see him?
Charlie: Yeah, he pulled me up.
Kate: Where is he?!
Charlie: I don't know!
Kate: How can you not know?
Charlie: We got separated. Look, I fell down, he-he came back for me. That thing was… it-
Kate: Did you see it?
Charlie: No. No. But it was right there. We were dead! I was, and then Jack came back and he… and he pulled me up. I don't know where he is.
The rain suddenly stops, and the weather clears. Kate sees sun rays flitting through the heavy brush above.
Kate: We have to go back for him.
Charlie [incredulously]: Go back? There? Kate, there's a certain gargantuan quality about this thing.
Kate: Then don't come.
Kate leaves. Charlie reluctantly follows.
They wearily walk through the jungle.
Charlie: I heard you shout. I heard you shout “Jack.” I'm Charlie, by the way.
They notice something up ahead.
Charlie: What is that?
It's a piece of mud that has a pilot's pin in it. Kate picks it up. In the water's reflection, they see the contour of a body in the branches above. They look up.
Charlie: What i-?
Jack: It's the pilot.
Kate: Did you see it?
Jack: No. It was right behind me, but I dove into the bushes.
Charlie [looking up at the pilot]: Guys? How does something like that happen?
The camera switches to the pilot, bloody and mauled.
Scene ends, episode ends.