Flashback: Sun goes to her father's high-ceilinged office to ask for the money to pay the blackmailer. Her father has a crap receptionist who walks Sun into the middle of a meeting and then announces to her father that she is there. You just can't find good help these days! The suits get nervous and clear out of the room. Her dad asks what's up and she says she needs a favor. And by "favor" she means "$100,000." He wants to know why, but she won't tell him. He demands as answer, and she gets the money by blackmailing him. She says she deserves the money because she has spent her entire life pretending she doesn't know what he does. She will continue pretending if he gives her the money. He demands an answer anyway, and she says it's to protect someone she loves from great shame. She lets him believe it is for Jin. He reaches into the safe behind him and pulls out the cash. He says that if the money is for her husband then he must bear the debt. Jin will now work for him. She basically puts Jin into indentured servitude to her father. Better a slave than finding out your mother's a ho, I always say. Well, when it comes up in conversation.
In the dark of night, Patch Adams prepares to play doctor and is clearing the area in preparation. He asks if they know anything about the pilot, if she came with anything. Hurley says she came with a book and a satellite phone thingy. Charlie's jaw drops as he stares at him in horror, and Hurley quickly realizes his mistake. When Patch asks if the phone works Hurley says, "Um, yeah, like I'd tell you." Good save Hugo! Now he'll never know! In a disgusting display of field surgery, Mikhail saves the pilot's life by stabbing her with a syringe and venting the blood from her lung. Desmond helps. She says something to him and Desmond wants to know what she said. Mikhail claims she said thank you, but I don't think so. I think she said, "That's freakin' revolting!"
Sun and Juliet arrive at the medical facility. As Juliet pulls the vines off from the hidden door, heads down the stairs, and turns on the flickering florescent lights so they can shine on the dirty rust-covered walls and dingy Formica floors, Sun starts to look skeptical about the Island's HMO. Bet that's the last time she steps out of the preferred provider network! Sun stands stock still in the moldy hallway and wants to know why Juliet is helping her. Juliet says that once upon a time, she told women that they were pregnant and it was the best news they ever heard. Now she tells people they are pregnant and... she lost nine patients in three years. Geez, who tells their new patient that statistic? Let them find it out online like everyone else. Juliet wants to tell people good news again. She wants to tell Sun that she and her husband conceived before they landed on Craphole Island and everything will be fine. Sun confesses that she slept with another man before she got to the Island. She says that it was a mistake. Juliet says everyone makes mistakes. Gosh, Juliet, would those mistakes include helping betray all the Losties, sleeping with Goodwin, torturing people, and Botoxing your entire head? They prepare for the ultrasound, which involves secret latches, hidden doors, and swinging bookcases. The room hidden behind all the spyware is done up like a nursery. Sort of. Sun demands to know what the room was used for. Juliet gulps and explains that it was where they brought the women to die. Sun looks horrified. Awkward!