9\% Groans of pain
6\% Coy avoidance of the specifics of Kate's crime
4\% Unnecessary flashbacks
2\% Actual emotional or character-defining ingredients
Shrap asks Kate if he's going to die. Kate says he is. "So," he says, and this is finally an interesting moment, "are you gonna do it or what?"
Outside. Jack waits for Kate to finish her private conversation with Marshal Shrap. Hurley shows up with a delightful "Yo." He asks where Kate is, and Jack motions to the tent. At Hurley's protesting, Jack says, "What's she gonna do? She's a hundred and twenty pounds soaking wet." Also, he adds, she has a dimple in her chin, she smells of lilacs, and she has type A-positive blood. Hurley points out that she's got a gun, and Jack looks suddenly alarmed. So wait a minute: Jack seriously thought that an unarmed Kate couldn't harm a mortally wounded man who's so weak that he can barely speak? What the fuck? Walt could kill the guy at this point. Jack runs toward the tent as behind him Hurley adds, "She's strapped, man! I saw it in her, in her, in her, in her..." The term you're looking for, Hurley, is "da kine." As Jack approaches Marshal Shrap's Bleeding and Groaning Emporium, he sees Kate step out of the tent, looking pensive. And also sad. Kate looks at him just as a gun goes off in the tent. Aw, Kate gave Marshal Shrap the gun. That's, um...sweet? I guess?