Outside the hatch, Bernard tries the radio, but he gets nothing but static. Goodwin helpfully points out the hills are blocking any signal, and they need to get to higher ground. Guess who volunteers. Ana says she'll come with, and Goodwin, as nonchalantly as he possibly can, says she should stay and get the place set up as a shelter. Exactly what would that entail? It's a bunker, and they're a bunch of castaways. They're going to fortify it how? Ana-Lucia says they can all set it up, and she and Goodwin can be back in a couple of hours.
So they're hiking, and to make conversation, Ana-Lucia wonders why the Others (not that they're referring to them that way) are attacking them. "Maybe they're not attacking us," says Goodwin. Now that we, the viewers, are aware that he's one of the Others, is he now actively trying to arouse suspicion? Ana-Lucia just says, "Yeah, they just drag us into the jungle every now and then. No real harm done." She also wonders why they took some and not the others. Goodwin provides KEEN INSIGHT into how these people are thinking: "That first night they took the strongest of us -- your quiet friend, three other guys. They're all athletic...tough...threats." They didn't take you, points out Ana. Ooh, burn. "Guess they changed their plan after two of them got killed," he says, which isn't an implausible explanation.
They've come to an open area, and Goodwin suggests taking a break, so they sit to have some food.