Anyway, Doc insists that Johnson come clean up the stain. Johnson pulls his bucket towards them, and introduces himself (as "Kevin Johnson") when he gets closer. Oh my God! It's Michael! See, even that sounds fake. Sayid pretends not to know Michael. Desmond also has a conspiratorial look on his face, but I'm not sure he ever even met Michael. So it might be a conspiratorial look, or it might be gas. Commercials.
Sun is in their tend on the beach. It's nighttime. Jin enters, bearing plates, and tells her that he made dinner. Sun is overjoyed to see him, and asks if she can explain the affair. He tells her it doesn't matter; he knows that she had the affair because he used to be a cold, withholding man before he landed on the island. When she had the affair, she was being unfaithful to the man he used to be, not to the man he has become. He tells her that she's forgiven, and he offers to go to the Barracks with her. But she's changed her mind about going away, because Juliet has convinced her that the danger to her and the baby is real if she stays on the island. He tells her that he'll do whatever it takes to get her off the island. And then he asks her if the baby is his. With tears in her eyes, she swears that it is. They embrace, and he tells her that she will never lose him.
Flash-forward. We see Jin enter the hospital bearing the panda. A nurse gives him directions, and he runs down the hall. He arrives at a hospital room, where there is a guard stationed outside. Jin bows to him, introduces himself, and tells the guard, "I represent Paik Automotive." Whaaaa? Jin tells the guard that he's heard the Ambassador just became a grandfather, and he's there with a gift for the baby. As the guard enters the hospital room, Jin asks him the sex of the baby. It's a boy. Jin quickly wraps a blue ribbon around the neck of the panda. A distinguished looking older man exits the room, and Jin tells him that the panda is a symbol of Mr. Paik's desire to do business in China. The Ambassador enters the room, and Jin sneaks a look behind him. Just in case you were wondering whether Sun somehow got adopted by the Chinese ambassador, the mother holding a baby in the room is not Sun.
Jin walks down the hospital corridor, looking relieved at having successfully completed his task. The same nurse who gave him directions earlier asks him why he's leaving so quickly. He tells her it wasn't his baby, and she tells him she's sure he'll be there soon enough. He tells her not to rush him: "I've only been married two months." Again, I say "whaaaa?"