Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before
Jack broods on the beach. You're never going to believe this, but Kate strolls up to dump her problems on him. She wants to confess what she did, but Jack tells her that it doesn't matter who they were or what they did, now that they're all on the island. "Three days ago we all died. We should all be able to start over." Kate moves from bothered to haunted.
Meanwhile, trouble's brewing. Since all the food has apparently been eaten (this clip gives the impression that it was Hurley who ate it all), the lostaways want Sawyer to give up his stash of peanuts. Flopping down into a salvaged airplane seat, Sawyer wants to know what they're supposed to do for sustenance -- which is when that psycho John Locke throws a knife that sticks into the seat next to him. "We hunt," he says, like how the rest of the lostaways didn't kick the crap out of him right then and there I have no idea. Well, maybe the fact that he has about six thousand knives and knows how to throw them with pinpoint accuracy. "Who is this guy?" asks Hurley.
Now Claire's collapsed. She needs water, but it's all gone. We see the blossoming of the friendship between Charlie and Claire, who says the other lostaways can't look her in the eye, because they see her as a "time bomb of responsibility." Charlie says he's not afraid of her.
On the beach, an enraged Jin tackles Mercutio and starts pounding the absolute living bejesus out of him, at least until the other lostaways intervene and handcuff him to some wreckage.
Sun then reveals to Mercutio that she speaks English, and that Mercutio was wearing Jin's watch. So Mercutio, brandishing an ax, swaggers over to where Jin is chained and gives him the watch back, and YELLS at him, explaining that his watch broke so he took this other one that he found, because there was no point letting a $20,000 watch go to waste, which he acknowledges is ridiculous since time doesn't matter here. None of which is Jin's fault, so maybe Mercutio should stop shouting, since Jin doesn't understand him anyway. Of course, Jin's tackling Mercutio probably wasn't the best way to go about resolving the dispute either. Then, freaking Jin right the fuck out, Mercutio lets loose a primal scream and swings the ax -- of course just cutting the handcuff chain, like, good thing he's so accurate with the ax.