Now we're in the jungle with Charlie, which is enough to give me a flashback to 'Nam. Locke is nowhere to be found, like nice walking partner he is, and Charlie's whispering, "Locke?" because he's scared. Rustling and snarling noises from the bush, so naturally Charlie says, "Locke, is that you?" I can't see how any of these crash survivors are going to manage to live more than a day or two in the bush if they continue to display such an incredible inability to distinguish human noises from, you know, WILD FUCKING BOARS, but never mind, because the boar now appears to be charging him, and Charlie manages to combine the Thousand-Yard Stare of Impending Flashback with a 100-metre dash, which is quite a feat.
Charlie's in confession, but it's not like it usually is on television, where a character is going for the first time in years; Charlie says it's been a week since his last confession, which makes him a good Catholic. What makes him not quite such a good Catholic is his confession to the priest that he had physical relations last night with a girl he didn't even know. "Anything else?" says the priest. Yeppers, says Charlie. "Right after that, I had...relations with another girl. And straight after that I watched while they had...relations with each other." The priest says, "Let me know exactly when I'm supposed to start feeling sorry for you, my son." No, wait, that was me. "You see, it's my band, Father, Driveshaft," says Charlie, like maybe the priest will have heard of them or something. Charlie explains that they've been playing the clubs in Manchester. "And we've been getting some heat...a following. And, you know, the girls! There's some real temptations that come with the territory, if you know what I mean." The priest says they all have temptations. True, Father; it's just that some people's temptations are cooler than others. "But giving in to them, that's your choice," he says. Make a note of that there, that choice thing. It figures prominently this ep. "As we live our lives, it's really nothing but a series of choices, innit?" Charlie says he's made his choice, and that he's going to quit the band. You know, for a guy who's in a band named Driveshaft, he seems a little bit too concerned about the availability of groupie sex.