Back on the island, Mercutio and Locke come across Vincent's dropped leash. They hear Walt's voice yelling in the distance and start running towards the sound.
Back at palatial Casa Bryan Porter, Mercutio's come to collect Walt, whom the nanny says will be home any minute from school. She gives Mercutio some of Susan's personal effects. "There's something else," she says, and takes a wooden box out of a cabinet. It's the box Mercutio was looking through last episode. "What's that?" says Mercutio. "Something I think Walt should have," and the nanny who's said too much abruptly walks off down the hall. Mercutio opens the box and thumbs through its contents -- all the letters he sent Walt over the years. Plus several Pottery Barn catalogues!
We hear in the distance Vincent barking at the nanny telling Walt that there's someone here to see him. Mercutio looks absolutely terrified as he walks down the hall.
And speaking of absolutely terrified, Mercutio's tearing through the jungle, as Walt's screams and the sounds of the roaring grow. I can't help but think that everyone might calm down a little to the soothing sounds of a little Creedence, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen. Walt's found that magic tight grove of trees that only humans are able to penetrate, and not the predators who are much larger and stronger than they are -- in this case, one of the Coca-Cola polar bears, who's really, really pissed off.