L.A. Reality; Cop Shop: Liam Pace is looking for his brother, who was arrested at the airport on a drug charge, but when the desk sergeant leaves him waiting, Liam stops Detective James Ford, who is strutting through the precinct. Jim's all, "Not my department," you all everybody, and keeps walking. He greets Miles with a "'Morning, Sunshine," but Miles isn't nearly so chipper and tells Jim to come with him. Once they're alone, he shoves Jim up against the lockers -- an amusing sight, since Holloway's a bit of a hulk and Leung is not. It's also satisfying, because it wasn't that long ago that Sawyer pushed Miles face down in the dirt -- which struck me then as so demeaning. I didn't give Sawyer crap for it then, because he was obviously grieving Juliet, but since he's now groping Kate's discarded clothing, and this is another reality, I feel free to cheer: GO MILES!
Miles wants to know if there's something Jim wants to tell him. Finally, Jim says, "She opened the wrong drawer." Miles is all, "What?" He has no idea what that's about, which is probably for the best. He just wants to know why Jim said he was going to Palm Springs when he really flew to Australia. Detective that he is, Miles ran a check on Jim's credit cards. "Oceanic. Round-trip. You took flight 815 back, two days ago." First of all -- it's Friday, September 24, 2004, still? Secondly, there goes my flight 518 theory, darn it. Anyhow, the boys have a lover's spat about trust, privacy and lies. Ford tells Miles none of this is his business. Miles says, "You're right, because I'm not your partner any more." Once he stalks off, Jim continues this season's trend of looking in the mirror, and then punches it -- shattering his own reflection into a broken, distorted mess.
Liz Lemon and Laura Roslin's love child says her name is Zoe (Sheila Kelley). She can't believe there's another survivor from her flight. Sawyer says he's not from her flight. He asks what happened to the rest of the survivors. Zoe says she was out collecting wood when she heard screaming. When she came back, everyone was dead. She's spent the last two days dragging their bodies up to the jungle, out of the sun. She asks James if he's alone. He tells her he's with a group of people on the main island and can take her back with him. When Zoe says, "Thank God," Sawyer responds, "Trust me, God has nothing to do with it." Did any other Buffy fans hear Franken-Forrest, just then?