Meanwhile, Ben watches on his bank of security monitors. He's wearing round John Lennon glasses! Zeke's there too. "You know, Danny wants to kill him," he says. "Danny can wait," says Ben. Zeke asks if he should bring Jack back. Ben considers it, and finally says no: "I want him to sit with her for a while longer." On one of the monitors, we see Jack sitting next to Colleen's covered body, and as we move into the room ourselves, we see that he's handcuffed to the operating table.
Juliet comes in and apologizes that "they" put the handcuffs on him. Then she gets right to the point: "I'm a fertility doctor." Jack waits. "I'm not used to death," she adds. Jack asks what the woman's name was. "Cole. It was short for Colleen," says Juliet. She says she should have come for Jack sooner, but Jack says it wouldn't have made a difference: "She was dead before you put her on the table." Juliet asks if he's just saying that to make her feel better. Jack looks at her a long while, laughs, and says he doesn't care about making her feel better. Juliet actually looks HURT by this. She says she'll take him back, and apologizes for bringing him here. She moves to uncuff him from the table, but he stops her. And considering how Jack jumped her before, shouldn't she have a little backup here? But Jack's not going to hurt her this time; he just has some questions. He asks about the X-rays he saw earlier, which he says are spinal X-rays of a man about 40 years old, and hey! What a coincidence! Jack just happens to be a spinal surgeon! "So you tell me, Juliet: who am I here to save?" Everybody, Jack. There. You happy?
If Paulo wants his five-iron back, he'll find it atop a tall Tinkertoy structure that Desmond's built. It's the spire on a tower, and Desmond's running some wire from it down to a stick that he plants in the ground. He stands up and looks at his creation, satisfied. He strolls over to a table where Hurley is chopping up some fruit, and then just sits up on the table, and how nice of him to plant his ass where food is being prepared. Hurley looks at Desmond's tower. "Is that art?" asks Hurley tentatively. Desmond calls it an experiment, not taking his eyes off it. Hurley asks if Desmond wants some fruit salad, but he says he's not hungry. Hugo still seems a little freaked out by Desmond the psycho psychic and starts to leave, carrying his fruit salad in some kind of cone thing, but Desmond says Hurley might want to wait a moment. Hurley asks why, but Desmond doesn't answer: the thunder does, and a moment later, the rain, that suddenly starts lashing the camp. In Claire's shelter, Aaron starts crying, and she tries to soothe him. Charlie comes over to help. I guess it's too bad that Sawyer's not around to read car magazines to him.