So looks like it's Locke, Kate, and Jack, who make their way through darkened room and up ladder, Locke hitting his head on some chains hanging from the ceiling. Jack's got a flashlight, but it's not until he steps on a foot bone that he sees the skeletons, shackled to the walls of the ship. "Slaves," says Locke. This is what all of Lost's viewers will look like by the time we see Lostzilla. Looking around, Locke figures the ship was probably en route to a mining colony, and probably set off from the eastern coast of Africa, Mozambique. Jack finds what looks like the door to the hold.
They push it open. Nice-looking set, to my non-expert eyes. Although the stenciled "EXPLOSIVES" on the box that Kate finds looks a little too modern for me.
All you need to know about Arse is summed up by what he's saying as we join his diatribe already in progress: "And then my third wife, she says, get this, she says, 'I didn't sign up for this.' Now you tell me, what the hell is that even supposed to mean?" Hurley doesn't say anything, he just stares straight ahead, hoping this will be over soon. Arse snorts and asks if he's boring Hurley, and Hurley doesn't even appear to have caught what he said, which really makes Arse snap: "I'm sorry that I'm not cool enough to be part of your merry little band of adventurers," he says. Hurley says, "What?" Arse says that he recognizes a clique when he sees one, since he teaches at a high school. And he goes off on how Hurley and company think that they're the only ones who do anything important, and that there are 40 other lostaways, and they're people too. Look, whatever. I think everybody knows that you can only focus on so many characters for a television show. This is why everybody on Beverly Hills 90210 always managed to be in the same classes all the time. Hurley says what I'm thinking when he says, "Ohhh-kay."