Island: Ben's out for a walk, when who should he stumble upon but the unconscious Mrs. Kwon. You mean Faucke didn't whisk her back to camp? Oh, that's fishy. When Sun comes to, Ben asks what happened to her. She seems to understand him, but can only answer him in Korean. Finally, Ben asks who did this to her. Sun says, "Locke."
Camp Faucke: Faucke returns to find the unconscious Fauckers minus one. He rouses Sayid, who comes back from being drugged much more easily on Craphole than he did in L.A. However, he can't offer Faucke any answers as to what happened other than, "We were attacked." Faucke's most concerned about his little, lost lamb. "Where's Jin?"
Hydra Station; Room 23: Jin's locked up so he starts to poke around like you do and flips a switch and instantly regrets it, because he's now being subjected to that disturbing mind control program poor Karl had to endure, long ago and far away. Thankfully, Jin doesn't have to sit there, strapped in, with his eyes pried open, so he shuts off this the switch ASAP. It's then that Zoe appears. She explains the Dharma Initiative's interest in subliminal messaging, and seems to know that Jin has some first hand experience with the Dharma Initiative, but he's not talking to her. She tells him to relax, and that he's safe, but when he tries to leave, she tasers him. Hardly relaxing or safe, Zoe. She wants to know about the island grid maps he signed off on, back in the '70s -- maps that seem to document various pockets of electromagnetic energy scattered about Craphole. Jin tells her if she wants answers, she'd better bring him to her boss. "I want to talk with Charles Widmore." Can it be -- did Sawyer share vital information with other characters? Nah, there must be some rational explanation. I'm thinking fairies. Anyhow, Jin is in luck, because I'm just certain Chuckles would like to talk to him, too.