The two women enter the dig, where there are a lot of bones partially excavated. Brunette asks if it's a dinosaur, and Blondie tells her she's off by a few million years -- it's actually a polar bear. What's a polar bear doing in the desert? Looking for a Coke, obviously. And then Blondie starts to do a little excavating of her own, digging out the dirt around the head and neck of the bear. Pretty quickly, she finds the remains of a leather collar. There's a Dharma insignia on the collar, bearing an image of a hydra.
And now we cut back to the island, where Blondie (whose name is Charlotte, by the way -- a little fact we learned in the previous scene) is hanging upside down from a tree, her parachute caught in its branches. And the tree is on the edge of a steep embankment, about 40 feet high, overlooking a small pond. Has Charlotte been hanging there all night? She stretches and struggles and finally finds a way to release herself, dropping into the water. Charlie's corpse isn't in this body of water, either. She seems thrilled to survive and to be in this tropical paradise, but is justifiably freaked out when Locke and his band of not-so-merry men (and women, Vincent, and Turniphead) emerge from the jungle and stare at her from the bank.
Jack, Juliet, Sayid, Kate, Miles, and Daniel are hiking through the jungle. Juliet explains to Jack that she and Sayid were worried, so they went to the cockpit and tracked him and Kate from there. Kate's put out that she was surprised by the ambush, but Jack points out that he gave her a wink for a reason. Sayid asks for their names, but Miles tells Daniel to shut up when he starts to reveal Miles's last name. He also gets pissed when Daniel tells us that he's a physicist. In response to Sayid's question, Miles claims to be a collector of soil samples. Sayid thinks that it's pretty odd that Daniel and Miles claim not to be there to rescue them, and to have been under the impression they were dead, but are not so surprised to find them. Miles pulls his best sarcastic teenager impression, expressing shock at finding survivors from Oceanic 815. Surprisingly, Sayid does not shoot him.