Charlotte opens the dresser drawer which only seems to contain pants, so she digs through it rather quickly. This is a weird choice either on Mader's part, or the director's, because it looks like she's rifling with a less than honorable purpose, but after everything shakes out, it seems she just wanted a freaking shirt. Anyhow, during the course of her sifting through Jim's drawer, she finds a blue binder labeled SAWYER. When she lifts it up, a Ford family portrait (young Jim, Deadly Daddy, and Mendacious Mommy) slips out. Charlotte opens the binder to replace the picture, only to see an old newspaper clipping featuring the same photo, and the headline: "Local Man Kills Wife, Self -- Survived by 9 Year-Old Son." I'll touch on that 9 year old business, later.
Just then, Jim comes in. "What the hell are you doing?" She tries to explain that the picture just fell out while she was looking for a T-shirt, but he can't stop yelling, "What did you see? What did you see?" long enough to listen to her. And when he does stop yelling, "What did you see," it's only to yell, "Get the hell out!" Charlotte struggles not to cry as she retrieves her clothes and leaves the room to change. In all the hubbub, the Ford Family Photo seems to have fallen to the floor. Jim picks it up and stares at it, as we cut to...
Island Reality; Shores of Hydra Island: Sawyer walks up the beach and through the jungle until he comes across the Hydra Station and the sex cages. He stops in Kate's cage to fondle her discarded sundress that never made her feel one bit like a lady. So, now he's totally over Juliet who died days ago and is back into Kate? The fleeting nature of romantic love on this show may just be the most consistent element of the entire series. Oh look, we're back on the main island at Camp Faucke. I need a new paragraph.
Camp Faucke: Sayid is sitting (like a bump) on a log when Kate comes up, sits next to him, and asks if he believes "Locke" can get them off the island. Sadder than ever, Sayid says, "Yes, I believe him." When Kate asks if he's all right, his whisper is hoarse. "No." She narrows her eyes, but before she can think or speak, Claire comes up behind her, pulls Kate off the log and onto the ground, climbs on top of her and holds a knife at her throat. Kate screams for Sayid's help, but he just watches these funny little ants who look just like people, or would, if other people existed in his world... which they clearly do not.