When we come back, Flashjack is checking in with a receptionist at some office. Sarah's already there, on a couch behind him. "Where's your lawyer?" she asks, and Jack just says, "You look pretty," as he strolls over and sits down, so you know things are going to go well. She ignores the compliment and asks again about his lawyer. Jack says he fired his lawyer. Then he begins apologizing for pushing them to this place. But he's interrupted by Sarah's cell phone ringing, because she's one of those people who have that disease wherein they can't locate the fucking OFF BUTTON on their cell phones, and another symptom of this disease is that they have to answer the cell phones instead of pushing the ignore button. Like Sarah is lacking the thought process wherein a normal person might say, "You know what? During the divorce proceedings, I will not rudely answer a cell phone call FROM MY NEW BOYFRIEND."
So naturally after she's done giggling on the phone with her new man, Jack's not in quite so conciliatory a mood, especially as she sits back down and starts to say, "Jack, I'm going to say this as simply as I can... " and Jack interrupts her to say, "What's his name?" She tells him to stop, and he says he won't, and he's going to keep asking that until she tells him. "Look, you can have everything -- the cars, the house -- I don't care. I just want to know the name of the man that is with my wife." He'll give her the house and the cars for that? Firing his lawyer was a bad idea. Sarah stares at him, but doesn't say anything, just gets up and leaves instead of taking the deal.
Back on the island, Jack is still standing on the table and yanking on the chain for god knows what reason. He's like a three-year-old who's just been told that he will not, in fact, be going to Chuck E. Cheese's tonight. Juliet turns up the volume on the sound board -- is the other room soundproof? -- and asks if Jack can hear her. He just keeps yanking on the chain. "Where are my friends?" Juliet tells him to come down from the table first. Jack's all "make me" and yells again for her to tell him where his friends are. Jack, use your indoor voice! "I will, if you let go of the chain," she says. "You think I'm stupid!" says Jack, who, in Juliet's defense, isn't really doing a whole lot to disprove that idea. "I don't think you're stupid, Jack. I think you're stubborn," says Juliet, as if the two are mutually exclusive. As if to prove that he can be both, Jack starts yanking on the chain again.