They leave the operating room, and go into a long, industrial-looking green hallway. Even with Claire being all loopy, she still seems a little unnerved. We see a little door with "Escape Hatch" over top. Passing by a circular doorless entranceway, Claire looks up, sees stairs and a ramp, and behind her, sure enough, is the Dharma logo. Ethan leads her past the presumed entrance and takes her to another room -- a nursery. "It's for your baby, Claire," says Ethan. Claire calls it amazing, in the same way that someone who's hepped up on goofballs thinks his own fingers are "amazing." Then she asks what happened to Charlie. "Charlie? Oh, he's fine. When we got far enough away from camp, I let him go back," says Ethan, "innocently." Claire buys it, though. She asks where all this stuff came from, and Ethan says he'd love to explain everything to her, but he's "afraid it would be a little overwhelming right now." Translation: the writers still aren't quite sure where this is all going. Claire touches a monkey decoration on the wall. I'm not sure a Johnny Chimpo motif is appropriate for a baby's nursery, but what do I know?
Then she looks over and sees the crib, with the plane mobile hanging over top. "Go ahead, turn it on," says Ethan. Claire does so, and it plays "Catch A Falling Star." Claire seems quite perplexed, which probably isn't what Ethan's going for here. But someone off-screen calls his name, and he says he'll be right back. "Okay," says Claire, having some difficulty taking her eyes off the mobile.
So just outside the door, Ethan's getting chewed a new one, albeit in a stage whisper, by some guy whose face we can't see. "What the hell happened? You were supposed to make the list and then bring her in. Was I unclear?" Ethan protests that it wasn't his fault, and that they knew he wasn't on the plane, because they had a manifest. Claire glances over, and we see that it's Gruffy McScruffenbeard, only he's not scruffy or bearded at all. Still pretty gruff, though. He continues upbraiding Ethan: "What am I supposed to tell him? You know what he's going to do when he finds out. Dammit, Ethan!" He notices Claire watching them, and he reaches over to close the door. What is with their fascination for lists anyway? Is "making lists" one of The 7 Habits For Highly Effective Others?