Henry strolls back over to where the fantastic four are being held, and motions to Miss Tipoff, who takes off Hurley's gag and cuts the rags binding his hands. "Hugo, you can go back to your camp," she says. Hurley's rather surprised, to say the least, and she tells him his job is to tell the rest of the Lostaways that they can never come here. "But...what about my friends?" asks Hurley. "Your friends are coming home with us!" says Henry brightly, like it's an exciting trip they've got planned. Hurley looks pretty downcast, not because he's leaving his friends, but because it turns out he's not really part of the A-Team. He looks at Jack, who nods for him to leave, and he does.
Meanwhile, Michael's started the boat and starts to pull away, passing his trussed-up friends, who all watch him. Michael and Jack lock eyes for a moment, and Michael seems to have an easier time doing so now, his face a mixture of "my son, Jack" and "oh yeah, all that stuff I did." The Others move to gather the Lostaways back up again, and Jack and Kate look at each other. He gives her a slight nod, and she slowly blinks her eyes at him. This REALLY seems to piss Sawyer off. Like he's been captured, tranquilized, tied up and kicked in the stomach, but he's most annoyed about Jack nodding at Kate (because he couldn't have seen her blinking at him). And he glares REALLY HARD at them, at least until the hood's put over his head again, and the same is done to Jack and Kate.