Three years later: Amy is in labor. And screaming, poor thing. The Dharma Initiative Internist seems so inept, I'm a little disappointed Sawyer didn't nickname him Prissy. Oh, wait. I can do that. I'm a recapper. The short Dr. Prissy's story is that the baby is breach and Amy needs a C-section, and he don't know nuthin' 'bout birthin' no babies. Dharma women always deliver off-island, and Amy was scheduled to leave Tuesday, but her baby's coming two weeks early. Two weeks is nothing when timing a pregnancy, but I'm too tired to pick at that with any depth. Realizing he's getting nowhere with the doctor, Sawyer stomps out and over to the motor pool, where Juliet's working underneath a VW bus. Juliet reminds him they had an agreement (and it must be unspoken), and she sure doesn't want to try to help another woman on this island give birth only to see her die, but Sawyer convinces her by suggesting that whatever it was that killed the babies and mamas in their time may not have happened yet. In the delivery room, Juliet the Mechanic gets rid of Dr. Prissy and gets down to business. I wonder what everyone else thinks about this. Oh, the Internist can't cut the baby out, but the mechanic'll do it. Amy for her part, prefers Juliet. I understand this. When a woman finds a mechanic she can trust, one who doesn't talk down to her because she has an innie rather than an outie, she holds on for dear life. Catching the expression on Juliet's face, Sawyer takes her aside. "Listen, you're gonna do great. I know you are." She says okay in a way that reminds me of Jack's old method of letting himself feel his panic for five seconds, and then no longer. She grabs her stethoscope and softly whispers, "Okay," to Amy. Meanwhile, Sawyer flees like the lily-livered chicken he is. What'samatta, you gonna get girl cooties?
Jin meets Sawyer outside. He's now fluent in English, thank goodness, and Sawyer catches him up on Amy's situation and her new OB/GYN. He then asks Jin if he's had any luck. Jin says, "We finished grid 1-3-3 today. No sign of our people." Sawyer says it's time to move on to 1-3-4, then. Jin wants to know how long they will look. Sawyer says, "As long as it takes." Juliet exits the building in tears. Sawyer and Jin rise to meet her and ask what happened. Juliet says, "It's a boy." She adds that everyone is okay and we fade to black. Commercial.