Sawyer grabs Carl and eases him into the boat, while Alex -- who really looks like a less elfin Liv Tyler -- comforts him. Carl mutters, "Danny," which seems to really piss Sawyer off for some reason, and he says, "No, Sawyer!" and Carl says "Danny" again, only this time it's clearer he's looking behind Sawyer, who grimaces as he realizes what's up, and he turns to see Danny, pointing a gun at them, slowly approaching. Sawyer puts on his best frowny face and takes a step or two towards Danny, who cocks the gun. Kate yells "no!" and runs toward Sawyer like she's ready to throw herself in front of a bullet for him.
But she's not going to have to; "Danny!" yells Juliet, and Danny turns to see Juliet standing there with a gun aimed at him, and before he can react, she guns him down, or, as I like to call it, she Ana-Lucias him. Blam, blam, thank you, ma'am.
Jack's working away on Ben, with Zeke doing his best not to hurl, which might be difficult as Jack's yelling that there's too much blood, and he needs Zeke, and not to put too much on your shoulders, Zeke, but Ben's going to die if you don't get over there RIGHT NOW.
Back on the beach, Juliet tells the gang of four to get out of there, except she's not talking about Alex, whom she says is staying: "We both know your father. The only way he'll let Carl live is if you're here when he wakes up. I'm sorry, Alex." Alex crouches by Carl, and they coo at each other for a little while about how much they've missed each other. Alex tells Carl he has to go away now, but she'll see him soon. Carl tells her he loves her, and then says he has to go to sleep. Which is lucky, because she didn't say "I love you" back! Awkward! Kate and Sawyer start pushing the boat out to the water, but Juliet tells them to wait, holding out her walkie-talkie.
In the operating room, Jack's working away while Zeke holds a suction tube, getting all the blood and gore out of Jack's way. The heart monitor's beeping away, and Jack's snapping at Zeke, who isn't holding the suction tube steady enough for Jack's liking. So: not a good time for a call from Jack's potential non-Kate love interest. When the walkie-talkie crackles with Juliet's voice, Jack hesitates, then asks Zeke to hold it up to him. "What about the surgery?" says Zeke, and Jack, big surprise, yells at him to just do it. And it's not like Zeke's sorry to get out of Ben's blood and guts, so he grabs the walkie-talkie and holds it up to Jack's face.