So we're back from commercial, and Eko's kneeling, praying over Goldie's body, and Charlie STILL WON'T SHUT UP: "He saved your life, huh? Sure, that makes sense. He takes off in a plane in Nigeria -- we're out in the middle of the South Pacific -- that makes all the sense in the world." I can understand his frustration, given that up until now, everything on the island makes perfect sense. Then Charlie picks up Eko's stick, sees the Bible scratchings, and puts it together with the dead priest (well, "priest" anyway), jumping to the conclusion that Eko is also a priest. Eko doesn't say anything. I like how Eko hasn't known Charlie very long but has already realized that the best way to deal with him is to ignore him.
Flashback to Yemi's church, where Eko busts in and interrupts Yemi hearing confession, much to his brother's outrage, who shoos the waiting parishioners out. Once they're gone, he wheels around and really gives it to his brother: "How dare you come here and disrupt my work." Eko's come here to ask his brother to reconsider his request. Unsurprisingly, Yemi refuses again, but Eko has an even better plan: Yemi will sign some documents that make them priests and they'll fly the drugs out themselves, and Yemi will still get the money for the vaccine. "Leave this church," hisses Yemi. Eko starts spouting off on the blurry line between right or wrong or whatever, and warns that he would never do anything to hurt his brother, but if Yemi doesn't do what they ask, Eko's men will burn down the church. Yes, but aren't those your men, Eko? Way to pass the buck. Eko wonders if the church is worth less than Yemi's signature on the paper. Yemi looks stunned, so Eko pours it on. "Think of the lives you will save," he says. After a long time, Yemi takes the paper from Eko's hand and moves to sign it. Eko seems a little surprised if not outright sick that Yemi's actually doing this, but hides it immediately. Yemi signs it, but warns Eko that this doesn't actually make him a priest, that he could never be a priest, like that's what Eko actually wants. Yemi guesses that there are about 300 Virgin Mary statues, and Eko says they'll take them all, and dumps some money in front of Yemi. "I guess we are both sinners now," says Eko, and he and his men make to leave. "Perhaps we are. But God will forgive me, Eko," says Yemi. Eko pauses briefly before walking out the door.