Stop me if you think that you've heard this one before
He comforts Claire that night by the fire, and tells her that he'll be there all night and won't let anything get to her, and Claire looks terrified, and you know she's thinking, "Shit, even without the baby, I'm bigger than Charlie."
Hurley's telling Jack that he thinks they should find out who everyone is, because the more they know about each other, the less likely they're going to attack each other, and they need to "lay down the law," and you are thinking that yeah, maybe it's about time these people who need each other to survive should learn each other's names. "We gotta find out who did this to her," says Hurley, nominating himself Island Monitor.
Notebook in hand, Hurley's off on his census, with a pissed-off Shannon explaining that her address is "Craphole Island," which I've used so much since then I'd managed to convince myself that I made it up. Then there's Hurley talking to "Ethan," who he thought was named "Lance," and it turns out that Ethan Rom is from Ontario, and Hurley's all, "I love Canada! Great, uh " and his voice trails off because he can't think of anything, and have I mentioned lately how much I hate Hurley's stupid guts?
Rousseau's taken Sayid back out into the jungle so he can back to the rest of the lostaways, and she leaves him with a cryptic warning to watch them closely.
Claire's figured out that Jack doesn't believe anything happened to her, and is pissed off that he's giving her sedatives. She's heading back to the beach because she thinks she was safer there, and is annoyed with everyone telling her what to do, only I think the only person who's been telling her what to do is Jack.
Sayid's in the jungle, remembering Rousseau's words about the others whispering, and a spin-cam revolves around Sayid as he hears what could be whispering, or could be the wind.
Back at the camp, an exhausted Sayid tells everyone that he found the Frenchwoman, and reveals the shocking news that they're not alone on the island. Hurley comes by, coincidentally having finished his census. He's interviewed all the survivors, and has found out that one of the lostaways wasn't on the manifest, because he wasn't on the plane.
Sure enough, it's the creepy Canadian, who accosts Charlie and Claire in the jungle, with many soap-opera-esque zoom-ins and crescendos.
And I thought we were done with him, but Voice-over Guy is unfortunately back.
"What if your worst fears were realized, your paranoia justified?"