Kate and Sawyer are sailing their boat blissfully across the water, back to camp. Well, maybe "blissfully" is the wrong word; Sawyer's half-heartedly singing, "Show Me the Way to Go Home" ("... had a little drink about an hour ago") and apparently Kate decides that facing the Others is far preferable to having to listen to Sawyer sing all the way back to camp, because she tells Sawyer that they have to go back, because they can't leave Jack behind. Sawyer's not interested, though: "Yes we can, Freckles. Because he asked us to," says Sawyer. I'm sure if Jack hadn't, Sawyer'd be leading the rescue charge, hmmm? He asks Kate what she thinks "Captain Bunny-Killer" will do to them if he catches them back there. Carl, sleeping in the bow of the boat, stirs, and says, "He'll kill you." Unfamiliar with rhetorical questions, are we? Then he says, "God loves you as he loved Jacob," which was one of the slogans being flashed at Carl during his Clockwork Orange sequence; that, or the Big Guy Upstairs is big-upping the Battlestar Galactica recaps. Sawyer sarcastically thanks the poor guy for his input, then tells Kate that Jack's on his own.
Zeke (Tom) enters Jack's cell to say that they're moving Jack, who sits there and smirks when Zeke's evasive about where they're taking him and why. "So this is it, huh?" laughs Jack, who thinks since he saved Ben's life, that if the Others are going to kill him, they can at least respect him enough not to call it "moving." "Now why would we kill you?" asks Zeke. "Because you're done with me," says Jack, and Zeke takes offence, all, "What kind of people do you think we are, Jack?" Jack starts running down the laundry list of complaints: taking a pregnant woman, hanging Charlie, kidnapping, and on and on. "That's the kind of people I think you are," he says.
Zeke slowly walks over the window in Jack's cell and taps on the glass. "You see this glass house you're living in, Jack? Let me get you some stones," he says. Jack looks he might briefly think that Zeke's got a point, which is pretty much nonsense. Comparatively speaking, I think the Lostaways can chuck as many rocks as they want right now.
Anyway, a couple more Others come in, and Zeke wants to do this "the easy way," and Jack allows himself to be handcuffed and led out of the cell. Walking down the corridor, Jack sees Juliet being led under armed guard in the opposite direction. "Hey," she says softly as they pass, and Jack sees that her hands are bound behind her as well. Confused, he also spots an older blonde woman with quite severe eyebrows and what is practically a Hilary Duff haircut with a little poof thing on top. You know that kind of hair? I mean, it's short, and what's there is pulled back in a ponytail, but... see, this is why I never describe hair and clothes. I'm terrible at it. Anyway, Juliet is led into Jack's cell, and Jack is taken outside. You mean, they're not going to be allowed to mate like Kate and Sawyer were?