Nearby, Sawyer is all drama queen putting a cold compress over his eyes and leaning against a tree, so Jack strolls over to ask about Sawyer's head, and Sawyer all snottily notes that Kate now has Jack making house calls. He takes off the cloth and squints at Jack, who notices that Sawyer also seems to be sensitive to light. "I'm sensitive to you," begins Sawyer, and speaking of sensitive, crybaby Jack's all, "Forget this," and stomps away. Sawyer, of course, holds him up a sec to ask if sensitivity to light is a bad thing. Depends, says Jack, on what's causing the headaches. "It's not like it's a brain tumour or something," says Sawyer, and Jack's all, hey, who said anything about a tumour? Sawyer scowls some more, and Jack turns to leave, like I'd love to see Jack back in the real world with difficult patients, stomping out of examination rooms all the time when patients have a difficult time articulating their problems, and Sawyer says his uncle died of a brain tumour. "That run in the family?" he asks. What type of tumour was it, Jack wants to know. "The type that kills you," says Sawyer all snotty, and normally I have no patience for the HoYay discussions on this site, as there's not a single scene involving men that doesn't have people squealing "HoYay!" at it, like how much more annoying would I be if every scene that involved Kate and Sun and Shannon and Claire prompted me to start talking about how badly they want each other and how they should just start making out, but I'm starting to get a sense that Jack and Sawyer are secretly boyfriends and they hide it under a thick veneer of hostility. Jack asks if Sawyer is smelling any phantom scents, because tumours will do that, but Sawyer says it's just headaches, so Jack figures Sawyer's fine. Jack offers to do a few tests on Sawyer, and Sawyer declines, even though it "sounds like fun," because his "insurance ran out" and Jack laughs and repeats the line, and they both say "IN-surance" instead of "in-SUR-ance," and they manage to end this scene without making out. Jack walks away.
Episode Report CardDaniel: A- | 536 USERS: B-
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