Flashback to the prison waiting room. Sawyer watches while, at another table, Costanza has an animated discussion with a blond woman. She looks like she's pleading with him about something, while he looks frustrated. He happens to glance over and catch Sawyer's eye. Costanza grimaces slightly, and Sawyer allows himself a quick smirk.
Just then, a woman says, "Hello, Sawyer," behind him. He turns around. Is that Cassidy? I've got such a terrible memory. Anyway, he says his name is "James Ford," which she obviously knows because she got it right when she pressed charges against him. She can't believe he's pissed at her. I'm with her! "Well, what did you want me to do? You conned me!" Sawyer ignores her and asks what she wants, and she'd better hurry, because he's got "license plates to make." She hesitates, but eventually pulls out a picture of a beautiful baby girl (but at best, the second most beautiful little girl in the world) that she places on the table in front of Sawyer. He looks at it a good long while, and snorts a little. "What's this?" he asks in a way that tells us he already knows what it is. "This is your daughter," says whatshername. She smiles at Sawyer. "What do you want?" growls Sawyer. She says that she wanted Sawyer to know his daughter, and he snaps at her, asking if she thought he'd get one look at his daughter and turn into Father Knows Best? She says that they're living in a little place in Albuquerque, but is interrupted by a furious Sawyer, who wants to know why she's telling him all this. I thought you could write her a letter, says whatshername. "Her name's Clementine," she says, which, for some reason, makes me think Sawyer's daughter is a dancer at a casino in the Yukon during the 1898 gold rush. "What the hell am I supposed to write? 'Dear Googoo Gaga'? She's a baby! She ain't mine!" he yells, shoving the picture back across the table at her. He stands up. "I ain't got no daughter," he says, and stomps out of the visiting room, unaware that his use of a double-negative means he just admitted he does have a daughter.
Back in his Craphole Island cage, Sawyer's examining his pulse monitor and feeling his chest. Meanwhile, Kate, who's changed into a floral top and jeans, looks around her cage. She calls across to Sawyer that she thinks she can squeeze out through the bars on the top, because they're spaced farther apart up there. This alarms Sawyer, because it'll make his heart explode. And if that's going to happen, it might as well because she's changing clothes again instead. He tells her not to bother, which surprises her. "I think we should just chill here awhile, get the lay of the land," he says. She stares at him, mouth actually hanging open.