Jungle. Locke is getting his bearings on the map. He tells Hurley that since they no longer need his cabin-finding mojo, he's free to head back to the beach. Hurley thinks that visiting the cabin is less risky than walking through the jungle by himself, and decides to stick with Locke and Ben. As Hurley walks on ahead of the group, Ben tells Locke that he's impressed that Locke was able to make Hurley think that staying was his idea. Locke: "I'm not you." Ben: "You're certainly not."
Cut to a dark, enclosed space. We can see some light entering through a vented grate, and we can hear someone knocking and asking to be released. Did Keamy lock somebody up on the boat? No, some bullies locked Teen Locke up in his locker at school. A teacher opens it, and a gaggle of cheerleaders laugh at Teen Locke. Teen Locke has a bloody lip, and the teacher takes him to the nurse's office.
And now Teen Locke and the teacher are in an office. I see no sign of a nurse, or of any medical equipment, so I assume we've moved on to the teacher's office. Which means he's probably not a teacher but a principal or some kind of guidance counselor. Teen Locke refuses to say how he got trapped in the locker. Mr. Principal tells Teen Locke that while he's undoubtedly feeling unhappy at the moment, Mr. Principal does have some good news -- it seems that he was contacted by a Dr. Alpert of Mittelos Labs, and they'd like to invite Teen Locke to attend their science camp somewhere near Portland. Teen Locke thinks that things like science camp are the reason he gets stuffed into lockers. Teen Locke denies being a scientist: "I like boxing, and fishing, and cars. I like sports." Mr. Principal tells Teen Locke that he shouldn't try to deny his true identity as a man of science. I think he should have told him that going to science camp would enable him to invent a death ray to kill the bullies. Instead, Mr. Principal focuses on crushing Teen Locke's dreams, telling him that he'll never be the prom king or the quarterback or a superhero. Teen Locke: "Don't tell me what I can't do."
Freighter. Michael is on the floor of his cell, in pain, when Frank enters and asks him, "Why didn't you tell me?" What? Oh, that Michael is a survivor of Flight 815. Michael claims that Frank wouldn't have believed him. As Frank points out, the fact that he already told Michael that he believed the wreckage of Flight 815 was faked should have been a clue that he would be receptive to learning that there were survivors. Michael adds that he didn't know if he could trust Frank, since he's working for the guy who put the fake wreckage on the ocean floor. Frank releases Michael from his handcuffs and helps him stand up. Michael tells Frank that he can't fly Keamy back to the island, since he's planning on killing everyone there. They walk out of Michael's cell and see Omar and Keamy in a room at the end of the corridor. Omar is wrapping Keamy up in some kind of bondage gear. There are straps around his beautiful chest, taut abs, and enormous arms. I'm sorry, it's getting a little hot on this boat. Frank tells them that he's taking Michael to the engine room. Omar slams the door shut. If you didn't want people to see your bondage play, you should have kept the door shut in the first place. (But thank you for keeping it open.)