Cindy rushes back to the bathroom area carrying a bag of medical supplies. She's stopped on the way by Sawyer (who calls her Earhart, heh) who wants to know what's up. She gives him the standard non-answer and makes her way back to Jack. Sayid holds the respiratory mask tightly over Charlie's face, while Jack bags (not a sexual euphemism) Charlie. His airway is obstructed. Jack tries to reach down Charlie's throat to remove the obstruction but decides he's going to have to give him a tracheotomy. The only problem is, there's not one sharp thing on the whole damn plane. If Charlie dies yet again, the terrorists really will have won. Jack tells Cindy to get his pen out of his jacket. She looks, but it's not there. Remember that when you read the episode 6-2 recap. Jack reaches back down Charlie's throat with his fingers and finally dislodges the obstruction. It's a bag of heroin. Charlie didn't O.D.; he tried to kill himself. I don't like that part of this new world, at all. Once he comes to, it's clear he's less than thrilled to be alive. Poor Jack's smile fades.
Island Reality: Jin, Sawyer, Jack, Kate and Miles work to wrap the chains around the beam and attach it to the van. Up above, Jin gets back in the driver's seat, and after a couple of false starts, he manages to tow the beam off of the ur-pit. Saywer climbs down to Juliet, throwing the old hatch exercycle out of the way in order to get to her. She's trapped under yet more debris, including another beam. He finally manages to wake her. She looks around and asks, "Where are we?" Sawyer lies that she shouldn't worry about that, and that she's fine; he's just got to free her. She looks around and starts crying. "It didn't work. We're still on the island." Sawyer tries to shush her, but she won't have it. "No. I hit the bomb and you're still here." Sawyer stops. "You what? You hit the bomb? Why?" Juliet reaches for his face. "I wanted you to be able to go home. I wanted to make it so that you never came to this damned island. It didn't work." Sawyer shushes her again. "Don't you worry about that. You're gonna be okay; I'm gonna get you out of here and we're all gonna go home together. You hear me?"
Up above, Kate calls out for Sawyer, while Jack, Hurley and Jin look in on Sayid. Jack says there's nothing he can do for Sayid. Hurley says there's something he can do for Sayid -- get him to the Temple. Miles says, "And you know about this, how?" Hurley says, "This guy Jacob told me about it, just before we got here." Jack wants to know who Jacob is. Hurley snaps at him. "Does it matter? Can you fix Sayid, Jack?" Jack acknowledges he can't. Hurley stares him down. "Then you're going to have to let me do it." Go Hurley. Get down with your bad self! Even Jack nods in agreement.