What we see is what could very well be a wild boar covered with a tarp, and Sawyer periodically crawling out from underneath, only to be pulled back in. It's almost like a cartoon. I love it. Sun and Jin hop out of their nearby tent to see what the rhubarb is, and when Hurley flings the tarp off of himself, they break out into broad smiles. Jin in particular is enjoying the pummeling, so he's slow to respond when Sun decides enough is enough and urges him to break it up. Still smiling, he jogs over and does his best to pull a ferocious Hurley off Sawyer, who's yelling, "What's the matter with you?" He staggers to his feet, and snaps, "You crazy!" A spent Hurley says quietly that he's not crazy. But it sounds like he's not quite convinced of that himself.
Kate's on the beach, leaning on the crutches she was supposedly getting for Locke. No rush, princess, he just can't WALK or anything. But hearing the story of Hurley pummeling Sawyer is too much for her to pass up. "Try to contain yourself, Freckles," snaps Sawyer, who's busy trying to put his tent back up. Kate, smiling, says she's just concerned because it looks like Sawyer got his ass kicked. Sawyer's really not interested in examining that particular angle, suggesting if Kate doesn't have an adventure somewhere to get to: "I think Timmy fell down a well over that way." Kate also wonders why Hurley would do that, like isn't there a whole host of reasons that any one of the Lostaways could use as excuses for attacking Sawyer? If Kate wants a reason, how about "karma"? Kate just doesn't know why he'd do that for no reason. Sawyer tells her to just go off and have her giggle, but to steer clear of Hurley. "The man is crazy." And he don't mean crazy in love. Think you might want to bring Locke his crutches now, Kate?