Then we cut to a bullshit dialogue-free long shot, where Kate puts her arm on Hurley's shoulder, and it looks like he's reacting slightly to the news. Kind of like what they did when Shannon was told about Boone's death. It's not as bad as a 7th Heaven's skipping-the-actual-wedding thing, but the more they do it, the bigger a cop-out it is. ["I was fine with it, given that I found the profoundly sad reactions to Libby's death somewhat out of line with how long they'd known her, namely about ten minutes. Earn it, show." -- Sars]
Eko and Locke are in the jungle, with Eko poking at the coals of the fire while Locke is asleep, like no wonder they can't find this damn thing, with Locke sleeping all the time. Anyway, Yemi's in the bushes, so we know this is another dream sequence. Eko's thrilled to see him, but Yemi shushes him, telling him he'll wake John. Fat chance of that. Yemi tells Eko to follow him, which he does. Interestingly, Eko is limping, clearly favouring one leg over another, for reasons that will become clear in a moment.
Yemi starts climbing up the cliff, using the roots. After a moment's hesitation, Eko follows, using the axe to help pull himself up. He reaches the top, where he sees Yemi smiling, sitting in a wheelchair. "Wake up, John," says Yemi. Yes, "John." Eko yells, and then falls backwards down the cliff. You know, there really ought to be a law against using dream sequences in the previews the week before an episode airs.
So anyway, it was Locke's dream, and he's fantasizing about being Eko, hey? He wakes up suddenly, with Eko asking him if he's okay. Eko's guessed by Locke's discombobulation that Locke had a dream, and asks if there was a priest in it. Locke nods. "The man that you saw was my brother," says Eko, pleased, but Locke is naturally even more puzzled, so Eko says, "This is why we needed to come together. This is how we are going to be led, and how we will know where to go next." You know, if I were Yemi, I'd be leading the man responsible for my death directly to his doom, but whatever, Eko. Eko presses Locke for information on what Yemi was saying. Locke says he didn't really say anything, and it wasn't even Locke in the dream; it was Eko, and Yemi wanted Eko to follow him. "Follow him where?" asks Eko. Locke thinks for a moment, then looks up the cliff. Eko tells him to wait there, and purposefully heads for the cliff face, with Locke weakly protesting that it was just a dream, and that it's not safe. Locke, say it after me: "Eko, in the dream, you fell off the cliff and probably died. So hang on a second." Is that really that hard to say? You trying to pull another Boone? You're not going to be able to carry Eko back to the camp, you know.