Jack says, "Let him keep the gun. It's not worth it." Kate rebuts, "Why? Are you afraid he's going to shoot me if I ask?" Yes. Because Jack's every thought is about you and not, say, the fact that he's trying to survive on a deserted island. Jack tells her, "I just don't want you to owe him anything." Then he stalks off and Kate smirks as she watches him leave. The thought bubble over her head reads, "He is too jealous! Excellent. I'm totally going to make out with Sawyer now."
Cut to Charlie and the eternally pregnant Claire. He's futzing with a shoe-sizer -- I don't even want to know -- and doesn't bother to look at her as she sits down. He does ask how she's feeling. Answer: "Very pregnant." Here's hoping you can hold on 'til May sweeps, Claire. Anyway, she continues to work her way out of her "amnesia" and have pleasant memories of Charlie. She then asks if Charlie would like to go for a walk, and he blows her off with, "Sorry. I have to...do something." Claire looks hurt by the rejection. Awww. I may suspect her of lying about her amnesia, but she's still adorable. I hope these two crazy kids can work it out.
Back in the main plot, Sawyer's loping through the woods, loaded for boar. He comes upon the tarp, which is crumpled next to a tree, and as he stalks away, the whispering starts up again. Once again, we all clearly hear a whispered voice promise, "It'll come back around." And this time, the boar comes back. Those voices are on to something! Who knows what they'll warn us about next? An US magazine cover featuring Jessica Simpson? Another pundit on the government payroll? Opus the penguin? I'm sure Sawyer would rather any of those be chasing him than the giant boar currently gaining on him. Sawyer eventually saves himself from being gored or boar-d or whatever by ditching his tarp and throwing himself in a mud puddle.