Sayid, at the end of Rousseau's rifle, walks out of Ben's house. Hurley is following about ten feet behind. Sayid asks where Locke is; Hurley tells him that he's talking to "that angry Chinese guy." Sayid notices how far away Hurley is staying, and tells him he's not going to hurt him. Hurley: "Yeah, I saw you snap that guy's neck with that break-dancing thing you do with your legs. I think I'll hang back here." Rousseau pushes Sayid into a room with wire over the windows and locks the door behind him. Ben is in the room, tied to a chair. Sayid tests the windows while Ben tells him he lost a dollar, because he bet Locke that Sayid wouldn't be stupid enough to fall for the Hurley trap. Sayid shows more self-restraint than anybody else on the show when he refrains from smacking Ben around some more.
Back in Ben's bedroom, Kate stews about being Sawyer's prisoner. Although she still has her gun, so it might be argued that he's her prisoner. Her prisoner of love, that is. She asks him why he's with Locke, and he asks her why she's with Jack. She tells him that she went with Jack because she believes he can get them off the island. Sawyer tells her that he's not looking to leave the island, because there's absolutely nothing in the real world for him to go back to. (Note that when he tried to leave the island before, he had not yet achieved his life's goal of killing the real Sawyer, who turned out to be Locke's dad. Having accomplished that, it makes sense that his priorities might have changed.) Kate asks him what he's got on the island that's so much better than what's in the real world. He fails to answer, "you," instead asking her why she wants to go back since a prison term is surely awaiting her. He points out that they could have a pretty comfortable life on the island, what with all the electricity and stuff. (I like that he leaves out the Others and the monster, each of whom might kill them at any moment.) Kate asks how long he really thinks they could play house. Sawyer: "Why don't we find out?"