So Jack's grabbing guns and asking Michael if he remembers how to get out there. Michael says he does. Locke thinks they should think about this, and Jack reminds him that Shannon's dead and Sayid's being held at gunpoint. "You want to sit here and hope that situation resolves itself, you be my guest." He gives a rifle to Michael, and they're heading out when Eko yells for them to stop. Surprised, they do. He asks what they want: "Peace? Revenge? Justice? And you are going out with all these guns. What do you want?" Jack yells that he wants to rock, and he strums an air guitar, and Eko goes flying backwards through the wall. And here comes Twisted Sister! Or maybe Eko says, "Ana-Lucia made a mistake," and Jack recognizes the name and is shocked to find out that the fellow drunk he flirted with in the airport bar is now on the island. You'd think he'd be happy, given that Kate looks like she plans to walk Sawyer's way. Locke and Kate both silently note Jack's recognition of Ana-Lucia's name.
Eko says he'll take Jack to Ana-Lucia. "But only you. And no guns." Jack gives his gun to Locke and nods.
Back at Ana-Lucia's Mobile Armed Sayid Hostage unit, Ana-Lucia's asking Sayid where he's from. Sayid has already discovered, as so many do, that ignoring her is far preferable to actually talking to her. But she persists, and he tells her he's from Iraq. She asks if he has any children, and he asks why she wants to know. She says she's just curious, so he tells her he doesn't -- and then he asks her the same question, so she can look uncomfortable and pause and choke on the word "no." Sayid asks if she's going to kill him: "That's what you're thinking about, isn't it?" Ana-Lucia asks if she should kill him. The answer, Sayid, is "no," but instead he starts talking about how about forty days ago on this island he tortured a man just as he's tortured many men before him, men whose voices he still hears at night. "Should you kill me? Maybe you should. Maybe you were meant to." He stares a hole into her, and she can't hold his gaze. So she stands up, and starts fidgeting around like she has to go to the bathroom.
"I'm a cop. Well, I was a cop." Oh, here comes the diatribe. She launches into this story about her and her partner responding to a burglary call, and how they split up to go in the front and the back. A kid comes out the front, where Ana-Lucia is, and she tells him to put his hands up. The kid says she's making a mistake, that he's a student, and he wants to show her his ID. "I believed him. I just I let him reach. All I remember was a pop. By the time I hit the ground I thought I was dead." Fortunately, being able to think that you're dead is a pretty clear sign that you're not. Sayid just watches her. "I feel dead," she says. Sayid asks what happened to the man who shot her. Let's go to the instant replay.