Flashback. Kate's carrying a huge bouquet of flowers, which let's all assume she stole, through a hospital corridor. She looks more made up than she does on the island (makes sense, I'll admit), and I have to say I much prefer the freckled-faced "natural look" of Island Kate, but that's neither here nor there. She tells the woman at the desk that she has a delivery for "Diane Janzen," and the woman says Diane just came up from ICU and gives Kate (with the audio not matching up to the video at all) directions to her room. Kate's all smiles going around the corner, at least until she sees a state trooper sitting on a chair in the hallway, presumably outside Diana's room. She shifts the bouquet of flowers so that it blocks her face from the trooper's view and strolls on by the trooper. So the police are looking for Kate? In that case, why not have a couple of plainclothes cops in the hospital? Why scare her away from this person's room? And if this cop is supposedly here because of the possibility of Kate showing up, why is he not checking out the people in the hallway, especially a woman of Kate's build who has a bouquet of flowers suspiciously hiding her face?
So when I saw Mackenzie Astin's name in the credits, I freaked somewhat, worried that I was going to have to deal with two annoying hobbits this week, but then I remembered that that was Mackenzie's brother Sean. Anyway, Mackenzie appears to be a doctor at the hospital, and he gets into his car in the parking lot, and his car happens to have a Kate in the back seat. He's startled but seems pleasantly surprised, calling her "Katie." He asks what she's doing there, and she tells him (his name is Tom) that Diane's dying of cancer, and Kate felt she owed it to her to come back. "I heard," he says. "I'm sorry." She says she is too. He then asks if there's any particular reason she's hanging out in the backseat of his car, and she tells him she needs his help. I think some sweet smiling and batted eyelashes are upcoming.