Day 3. The Tailaways look like they're confining their food-gathering to a ten-foot radius around themselves, gathering up clams and looking under beach rocks for anything to eat. Libby comes over to let Ana-Lucia know that Donald's infected leg is getting worse. "He'll be the fourth to go," says Libby. Ana-Lucia thinks for a moment. "What are we supposed to do about that?" she says. Seriously, Libby. You're the one with medical training, and if you don't know what to do? Donald's dead, baby. Donald's dead.
Donald dies on Day 5. Well, he's buried on Day 5, anyway. He's laid to rest in a hole that will be covered with fronds, much like the several other graves already dug and filled. Hey, know how many people are buried in the cemetery? All of them! Mistereko doesn't attend Donald's funeral. He's standing looking out to sea. I like to think he hasn't moved since Day 3.
Day 7. Some Tailaways have surrounded a chicken. Wild chicken in the jungle? I know less about jungle fauna than I do about Persia vs. Arabia, apparently (and sorry about that), but doesn't that seem weird? I don't remember the Lostaways choking any chickens. Goodwin finally tackles the bird, and snaps its neck. Peace for everyone but the poultry!
Eko's now sitting by the water, using a sharp stone to carve something into the end of his stick. Den mother Libby comes by with some chicken for him. He ignores her. Come on, dude. It tastes like chicken! She notes that he hasn't spoken in a week, and asks him why. When he, surprise, doesn't respond, she tells him that it wasn't his fault, that he was only defending himself. He seems to ponder this for a moment, then goes back to carving his club. My theory? Screw-up with the photocopier blanked out Eko's lines, and J.J. just decided to roll with it.
Day 12. The Lostaways have their golf course, and, judging from what Ana-Lucia's making, the Tailaways have made a field-hockey pitch to pass the time. "That'll work," says Goodwin, and it turns out that it's a hunting weapon, since Ana says she heard a "pig or something" out there, and "maybe [they'll] have bacon tomorrow." Day twelve, still smiling. She watches Emma and Emma's Brother (whose name is, apparently, Zach, but I don't remember that being established in the show) play, and she starts frowning, I guess feeling bad about the stranded kids (even though they look like they're having a great time). She notices Goodwin smiling at her, and she kind of snaps at him, but just then Nathan stumbles out of the bushes, where he apparently went to the bathroom. Ana angrily reminds him that they have a system for that, which is going in pairs. Nathan looks like he wants to tell her to bite him, but he holds his tongue and apologizes.