Anyway, Sawyer wakes up looking rather uncomfortable, sees Michael crying, and quietly asks if he's okay. "It's my fault," says Michael. "I never should have brought him on the raft." Sawyer looks down. Not to pile on, but I think he's probably right about that, although it's not like that would have been an easy call. Any other deserted island, leave him there, no question. Steady source of food, a doctor on the island, several people around. Because if your little rafting expedition is successful, then Walt gets rescued anyway. And if it's not, and you wind up running into biker gang pirates and bio-sharks, then he's still safe on the island. But this is Craphole Island, with polar bears and monsters and crazy Canadians and French women. And it might have been really tough for Michael to leave Walt behind, having found it so hard to give it up before.
Wait...did I just learn something from the flashbacks? Shit. I hate when that happens.
"I'm going to get him back. I'm going to get back my son," says Michael. Well...that's certainly a good idea. Sawyer looks kind of pained, maybe wondering if that's even possible anymore. Then he notices that the current's brought them right back to the island. "We're home," he says, resignedly.
Michael and Sawyer stumble ashore. I imagine both of them are wondering how awful it's going to be to face the other lostaways, especially Sun. Sawyer collapses on the sand, and they catch their breath for a moment. Then they hear, in the distance, someone shouting in Korean. "Jin?" says Sawyer. Oh sure, all Koreans sound the same to you, redneck. Oh, wait. It is Jin. He's running out of the woods, yelling at them, including "Michael!" and "Sawyer," while looking back over his shoulder fearfully. He falls down on the sand, still yelling, and Michael and Sawyer work to free him. His gibberish finally coalesces into the one word neither of them wanted to hear: "Rambaldi." I mean, "Others."
Oh, man. And Jin looks up, and they follow his gaze, to see a bunch of silhouettes, armed with spiked sticks, cresting a hill, coming towards them. Looks like Jin didn't use his Capital One card.