She walks over to the window, and looks out to see Bernard crouched down, talking to a little girl on crutches. Isaac says, "It's not that you can't be healed. Like I said, there's different energies. This is not the right place for you." "Where is the right place?" she asks softly. Isaac says he wishes he knew, and then offers to return Bernard's donation, but Rose tells him not to: "I'm going to tell him you fixed me." And then, what happens when you die, right on schedule?
In the jungle, things are about to get dramatic, which we know because it's raining. Jack asks what Kate meant when she said the Others were sophisticated or whatever, and she fills him in on her excursion with Claire (she doesn't mention Rousseau) where they went into the jungle and found another hatch: "Like a medical station. There's nothing you can use, it was all cleared out." She explains about the lockers, with the ratty clothes and the makeup kit and fake beard. Jack wants to know when she was going to tell him this. Kate says, "When you decided to let me back in the club," and complains about not being told about Faux Henry, because everybody has to act like children on this stupid island.
Fortunately, the bickering gets interrupted because Jack realizes they've come to the clearing where the Others took a shot at Sawyer (and unfortunately missed). "Right over there was where they pushed you out of the jungle with the bag on your head," he says, because she might need her memory jogged about that happening.
So he starts yelling out to the trees that he's back, and he's got their man, and if they want him back they're going to have to come on out. Kate tries to get him to calm down, but he's too busy yelling at the spin-cam. "I know you're out there! I know you can hear me!" and so forth. "Jack, they're not here," says Kate, but Jack keeps yelling about how he'll be right there and he knows what they did last summer.
Having alienated everyone else, Bernard is on the beach hauling rocks for his giant sign. Rose comes up carrying a bowl, saying she brought him some supper. Bernard perfunctorily thanks her and says she can set it down, which she does. Then she annoyingly asks where everyone is, and Bernard gives her the big ol' stink-eye. But she came to apologize, not because she shot him down in front of everybody, but because back in Australia, Isaac didn't heal her. "Of course he did," he says. "Bernard, he didn't heal me. But that doesn't mean I'm not healed," she says.