Anyway, Locke wakes up. Ben is sitting on a log, staring at him. Locke calls Hurley's name to wake him up. Hurley, still sleeping: "Mallomars." Heh. Locke tells Hurley it's time to leave. When Hurley points out that they don't know where to go, Locke tells him that they do now. Ben: "I used to have dreams." Did they involve being a pretty, pretty ballerina? Oh wait, that might be my dream again.
'50s hospital. Baby Locke is still in the incubator. (Which never blew up, that was a joke.) Emily and Grandma Locke are in the room looking at him. Grandma is wearing a hat made out of starfish. I'm not joking. Emily is near tears. The nurse enters and tells them that Baby Locke has had all kinds of problems, but fought through them all and is in fine health. The nurse tells Emily that it's okay for Locke to come out of the incubator, so she can hold him for the first time. And then Emily develops schizophrenia and runs out of the room. (By the way, kudos to the casting department for finding a young actor who looks so much like Swoozie Kurtz.) Grandma Locke pulls a cigarette out of her purse and asks who she should talk to about adoption. The nurse points out that she can't smoke there. And then Grandma Locke sees a dark-haired man watching them through an interior window. The nurse asks if that's the father; Grandma claims that she doesn't know who the man is. But we do -- it's Richard Alpert, looking the same as he always has. And I'm so glad Cane was cancelled, because I have missed Nestor Carbonell.
Back in the jungle, Hurley asks Locke exactly why he's there. Locke tells him that because he can see the cabin, he's special. Hurley's theory is that the three of them can see it because they're the craziest. Hurley asks how Locke figured out where the cabin was. Locke tells him that he didn't -- they're going to make a pit stop first, and he'll know how to find the cabin after that. Hurley: "A pit stop? Where?" At a pit -- literally. Locke asks Hurley if he ever wondered what happened to all of the Dharma Initiative people. And then he shows him, by leading him up to the edge of the mass grave into which Ben dumped the corpses of all the Dharma people. Hurley: "Whoa. What happened to them?" Locke, gesturing towards Ben: "He did." Commercials.