Carmen lays her hand on her son's. "I believe you. I don't understand you, but I believe you."
Hurley can't be easily consoled, poor love. "A lot of people died, Ma. And now this bad stuff is happening because... we shouldn't have lied." Mrs. Reyes, you've done a fine job raising your son.
As Sawyer and Juliet are making their way to the creek, he steps on something. The shot is too dark for me to make it out -- it's some sort of nail or dart, though. Sawyer and I both say, "Son of a bitch." I can't speak for him, but it's because I suspect this is an important plot point, but who call tell with this crazy show. Sawyer gets shirty with Juliet when she points out that the creek is sort of a long creek, and maybe not the clearest meet-up point. When they hear footsteps, they take cover from the armed men patrolling the jungle. As Sawyer and Juliet whisper to one another about the identity of the armed men, I nearly get a thought, but it won't crystallize. Later, I read someone else express what I was thinking (or trying to), and I apologize for not thinking to jot down where I read it -- but here goes... As Sawyer and Juliet whisper, I can't help but think about all the whispers our original Lost-Aways heard, whenever the Others were about, and I wonder if what they were hearing were the furtive conversations of (now) fellow (time) travelers. Anyhow, the armed men flank Sawyer and Juliet, grab her up by her ponytail, and restrain both her and Sawyer. A Brit with a rifle shouts, "What are you doing on our island?" and we cut to commercial, son of a gun (and hooray!).