Roger says, "What else am I gonna do? Sit around and pray that those idiots are gonna find my boy?" Sheesh, Roj, it might not hurt. Or, you know, if you're a science-only dude, you could sober your ass up and look for the kid, yourself. Jack's an old-pro at dealing with drunken daddy issues, so he wisely turns his back on Roger and gets back to work on the left-hand side of the blackboard. This pisses Roger off, so he tells Jack he can "Get out of here," and then kicks the mop bucket, for emphasis. It's on wheels, so it rolls across the classroom and bangs into a side door, knocking it ajar.
Jack keeps his cool, ignores Rotten Roger some more, and goes to get the bucket and mop and Roger starts to take chairs down from the desk, which makes no sense, considering the floor needs mopping, but again, he's drunk. Roger remembers that Jack arrived when Kate did, and asks if he knows her at all. If there's anything I hate more than a nasty drunk it's a drunk who vacillates between nasty and nice. Guess which kind Roger is? His voice is all soft, now. "She's got some kind of weird thing for my kid. First, she shows up at the infirmary and gave him blood." Then I screw up my tenses. I do did. "But then when he goes missing, she comes to me and she says, 'Don't worry. He's gonna be okay'. I'm gonna tell you something, man. I'm beginning to think that she's got something to do with this." Don't think, Roger. You're not used to it. "I should go to Horace. Report her. What do you think?"
Arms folded, Jack approaches his co-worker. "I think, Roger, that... uh... that you've had a hell of a day, and that's given you a very good excuse to go out and get drunk. Maybe that's put some -- some crazy ideas into your head. I know that woman, Kate. She's my friend, and she would never do anything to hurt your son." That was a little reveal-y, but I suppose Jack can always claim the guy's a drunk and misunderstood him. Roger at first seems mollified, then cowed. The important thing is, he reads Jack loud and clear and says, "Sure," then slinks off to his cart and rolls it out of the classroom.
In the van with Miles, Hurley asks Dr. Chang what he does at the Orchid. Chang will only say it's classified. Hurley makes a big deal about how this must mean he can't tell his wife or even his kids. Chang says, "I have a 3-month old son so, no, I haven't told him." Hurley congratulates him about the baby then asks his name. When Chang says it's "Miles," Hurley goes on about how it's a small world, since that's their driver's name, too. Miles wishes he were dead so he could tell Hurley, "Don't make me turn this van around," without his daddy issues hearing him. Hurley asks if perhaps Chang is a jazz fan and named the baby for Miles Davis. Chang says, "My wife is. I like country." Miles makes the "Oh great, I finally meet my father and he's so LAME I WANT TO DIE," face.