There's a trouble with a technical whatzit, so Baby Face sends RedShirt Simmons (frequent Lost stunt double John Arthur) out to the shed to check the circuits on the solenoids. Once RedShirt is gone, Baby Face leans in toward a cage and addresses its occupant, an albino bunny named Angstrom (or perhaps Updike's Angstrom, but my money's on the former). "Guess what, Angstrom. You're going in there, next." My 11-year-old interrupts, even though she knows that means death, to say, "Mommy, these writers have Daddy Issues and Bunny Issues." Out of the mouths of babes. Anyhow, while RedShirt is out in the shed, fooling with a ginormous electro-magnetic donut thing, back in the generator room, a Widmoron finds a bad breaker, and fixes it. He turns it on before Zoe and Baby Face can stop him. On the monitors they watch as Poor RedShirt Simmons snaps, crackles and pops. Zoe, Baby Face and Jin run out to the shed, but it's too late. RedShirt Simmons has sizzled to a crisp, and is forever memorialized in the TWoP recaplet (that's more of a recap) as Guy Fried.
Just then Chuckles walks up to the shed. If he sees Guy Fried, he doesn't let that harsh his mellow. "Zoe, are we ready?" Desmond, being restrained just behind Chuckles, struggles and shouts. Title Card.
The Widmorons drag Guy Fried out of the shed. Widmore stops them so he can examine the latest in a long line of sacrifices required by Craphole (and now, apparently, Craphole-Adjacent). Chuckles seems more bitterly resigned than indifferent to Guy Fried's fate. Once he's gotten an eyeful, Widmore covers the corpse back up and instructs his lackeys to take it away and bring Desmond inside the Shock Shed. Desmond fights his captors, but he's outmanned. They strap him into a chair, and make sure he has no metal on him (keys, chains). I've yet to see a pair of jeans that doesn't have a metal zipper in the fly. Now it's dark, but it looks to me like Des is wearing jeans.