And as the two continue with their psalm, we see a montage of scenes back at the beach: Ana-Lucia poking a fire with a stick and apparently not currently shooting anybody, when Sun and Jin walk up so Jin can introduce Sun to Ana, who looks surprised and then touched at the civility, and she accepts an offering of fish from Jin; then there's Libby doing some drying or folding or some such and having a hell of a time until Hurley hops over to give her a hand, and they smile at each other, and it's too bad that people can't smile at each other without viewers assuming they're going to rip each other's clothes off; and there's Sawyer admiring his hair in a mirror, and for the life of me I can't see what is different about his hair, like maybe Kate got her scissors from the same store where Charlie got peanut butter for Claire. And she and Sawyer joke around, and Jack gives them a quick glance as he walks up with some pills for Sawyer, and Kate looks mildly embarrassed but only so's I get the impression she still wants the Option of Jack, and I can't believe that this three seconds of dialogue-free filler warranted mention in ABC's episode summary.
Charlie strolls over to Claire's place, and in another example of convenient timing, she is only just now throwing his stuff out (well, "out" is not exactly the right word when you live on a beach), so I guess she was sitting around waiting for Charlie to show up both times before she got her huffy on. Little bit of drama from the baby mama.
Not that she's not justified, even if Charlie decides to go the contrition route by admitting he lied and saying he's sorry. Sorry or not, I can't imagine Claire's really reassured when Charlie says he just "felt safer" having the heroin around. Claire says she doesn't want Charlie sleeping anywhere near her or the baby. Charlie looks all hurt. Suck it, bass boy. He takes his guitar and his suitcase and stomps off down the beach.
Later, at night, Charlie's carrying a torch (not a British flashlight, but an actual stick with flame) through the jungle until he finds a hiding spot, where he adds his new Virgin Mary statue to a pile of several that he's apparently been sneaking from the plane. Looks like he's got almost as many statues as he has people to blame for his problems (new this week: Eko, Claire, Aaron, Yemi).