Near the Barracks, Locke's crew have stopped to light some torches. Sawyer tells Miles he's free to rejoin his pals from the boat, but Miles would rather hang out with the Losties for the time being, what with the killer monster on the loose. There's a noise in the trees, and everyone pulls their guns, but it's just Ben. Locke tells Ben that he's sorry that Alex died, and then goes on, "That being said, you lied to me." Which specific lie are you thinking of? Oh, it turns out it's the lie where Ben said he didn't know what the smoke monster was. Ben tells him he can ask Jacob all about Smokey when they go to the cabin. Sawyer's not happy to hear that there's some other dude who's going to be giving them even more instructions. He's starting to realize how stupid it was to join up with Locke in the first place, and he decides to head back to the beach. He tells them that Claire is coming with him, and then decides he should ask her if that's what she wants. It is. Miles and Hurley decide to join them. Everything's fine until Hurley starts to walk away, at which time Locke pulls a gun and tells them that Hurley has to stay with him and Ben. But Sawyer's got a gun too, so it looks like we've got a standoff. Hurley would rather be left out of the gunplay, but Locke tells him they need him to find the cabin. Sawyer seems prepared to ventilate Locke and/or Ben, but Hurley tells them to put the guns down; he'll go with Locke. Sawyer puts his gun down, but promises to kill Locke if Hurley is harmed. Sawyer, Claire, Aaron, and Miles leave. None of the unnamed Losties seem to have survived the attack. Or if they did, they're still cowering in fear back at the Barracks. When everyone else has left, Locke picks up his pack and asks Ben which way they should go. I thought Hurley was the one who knew how to find the cabin?
Ben gets out of a taxi in London. Ol' Bugeye's looking pretty dapper. He enters a posh building where a liveried doorman type asks him what he wants. Ben tells him that he's there to visit Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick in 4-E. The doorman is surprised, since it's so late, but Ben tells him that they're expecting him but that the doorman should feel free to call up if he wants to check. While he's taking, Ben is fingering his expandable baton behind his back. (Once again, I'm going to ignore the obvious sex joke.) The doorman spares himself a beating by letting Ben head upstairs. Once in the elevator, Ben pulls a key out of his pocket and uses it to send the elevator to the penthouse floor.