Richard wonders why Eloise is going along with Jack's harebrained scheme and why she's acting like it doesn't matter that "these people" just killed one of their men. Eloise says that if "these people" are right about what they're going to do, it won't matter. We cut to Sayid who's getting filled in on said harebrained scheme. Sayid says he's already changed everything by killing Benjamin Linus. He looks so pretty, so crazy, and so darned pleased with himself. I think that LSD hasn't worn off yet, man. Anyhow, his point is that even though he killed Ben, they're all still there. Kate sneers. "That's because you didn't kill him." She explains that she and Sawyer saved him by taking him to the others, because, as she puts it: "Since when did shooting kids and blowing up hydrogen bombs become okay." Jack reiterates that they ended up where they are for a reason and that this is their chance to change things. I don't think Kate wants to change things, honestly. Otherwise her shapely self would be rotting in a prison somewhere stateside, because she would have returned home without a baby and without the sympathy of the nation. Her argument though is that if Jack is wrong, everyone on the island dies. Jack says he's not wrong, because he's Jack and he's never been wrong. Right? Okay, so maybe he needs a refresher. When he trots out the "This is our destiny" line, Kate implies he sounds just like Locke, who Jack used to know was crazy. Kate's out of there. She's going to find the rest of "our people" (read: Sawyer). "Because if I can't stop you, maybe they [he] can."
Dharmaville: Mothers and children exit the Dharma blue VW buses and head toward the sub. We see Charlotte and her mum and then Lara and baby Miles. Adult Miles, Jin and Hurley overhear as Dr. Chang takes a harsh tone with Lara, in order to get her mad enough at him to leave and save her life and baby Miles's. They spot the Dharma-Goons loading Sawyer and Juliet into the sub and adult Miles starts to fret, but Hurley still has faith in Sawyer and assures Miles and Jin that it will be okay. "Sawyer always has a plan." I don't know about that, Hugo. I don't think he's gotten to read in a couple of days now, and it seems almost as long since he's thought about anything, either.