Sawyer is pretending to casually walk over to Kate's tent. He leans on the tent and asks if Freckles is home and she retorts that she thought he wasn't supposed to use nicknames. God! Hasn't it been a week yet? Not that I'm jonesing for some of Sawyer's har-har nicknames, but seriously, hasn't it been a week? Sawyer points out that Kate wasn't at the beach when he lost his bet so she's exempt. He is still talking when he opens the tent door (Door? Flap? Whatever.). Kate is pulling up her jeans and Sawyer catches her with her bum hanging out and no shirt on. He gawks for a minute, and she stares at him and then pulls her pants up the rest of the way. She is hastily buttoning her shirt while Sawyer pretends to continue the conversation. Kate cuts him off by pointing out that she is "up here" and pointing at her eyes. I find it necessary to mention that even on a deserted crappy Island after months of camping, countless hikes, strenuous manual labor, mental duress, being taken prisoner several times, getting in fights, etc. etc. etc. Kate still chooses to wear a padded underwire bra. You go girl! An abashed Sawyer asks Kate if she told Jack about them. She explains that she didn't tell him but that he knows. Sawyer says that he thought the camera was broken. When Kate explains that they had another camera, Sawyer calls them perverts, and I giggle. I'm dumb like that. Sawyer is glad that is out of the way and bumblingly suggests some afternoon delight. Does that ever work for you Sawyer? Kate rolls her eyes and busts past him out the door. Sawyer asks if he should make her a mix tape. She says, "Yeah why don't you do that." That scene was so sophomoric and inane that I will just make a few idiot sounds as commentary: Doi. Der. Duh. Thbbt. But mix tapes are cool.
Hurley and Desmond are trying to figure out how to make Jin go on their trip with them. Desmond doesn't think his vision will come to pass if Jin doesn't go with them, but he has no idea how to get him to go. Hurley tells him to stand back and watch the master. Hurley walks up to Jin and explains the concept of camping. You know -- camping! Roughing it, sleeping in tent, waking up with the stars over head, getting back to nature, cooking over a fire, peeing in the woods. Jin looks confused. Isn't that what they have been doing every day for the last two and a half months? Hurley changes tactics and offers up marshmallow as hook, line, and sinker. For some reason (plot necessity, maybe?) it works and Jin agrees to go. Just like catching a baby! Desmond smiles and tells Hurley to get food and water and he walks off to get Charlie. Charlie does not believe the bull about the camping trip. He knows that Desmond had another vision and he is not going camping. Desmond tells him that someone is coming to the Island. Yes, Charlie, someone who is not already there. He explains that Hurley and Jin are coming too, but Charlie has to reiterate that Desmond does not have visions of Hurley and Jin dying. As an ex-monk, Desmond apparently has no fear of God smiting him, because he totally pinkie swears that this trip is not about Charlie dying. Desmond, your pants are on fire. We, the innocent viewing public, know you are lying, because we are treated to yet another replay of Charlie getting Saint Sebastian-ed.