Back on the beach, Jin watches Sayid build the fire. After a moment, he walks purposefully over to Sayid, and holds his hand out. "Gun," he says. Sayid's not sure he understands. What part of "gun" are you having trouble with? Jin calls for Sun to come over so she can translate what he says, as he babbles on excitedly, pointing into the bushes. "He knows what we're doing. He knows it's a trap," she says, stunned. Jin calms down, and speaks a lot more quietly. "He says he understands English better than I think he does." A little more from Jin, who's looking somewhat sadly at Sun. "He knows I betrayed him," he says. Jin holds out his hand again, and says, "Gun." Sayid hands one over, and starts explaining how to use it, but Jin swiftly checks the clip and the chamber with the familiarity of a... well, a hit man. Then he speaks to Sun again, and points to the boat. Sayid doesn't need a translation for that, and tells Sun he thinks she'll be safer on the boat. A still stunned Sun meekly starts to leave, but Sayid stops her to tell her that if "by chance" the Others get past him and Jin, there's another gun on the boat, under the blue tarp. "If they get past you, that means my husband is dead. And I won't care anymore," she says. Or that means they've captured your husband. Or -- and this is just a possibility, mind you -- it means that they went straight for the boat. What I'm saying is, don't use that gun to commit suicide or anything, Sun.
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