But Ana-Lucia's not in the armoury talking to Gale; it's this soft-spoken woman who isn't sneering at everything. Oh, hold up sorry. Anyway, he's asking her questions about arriving on the island instead of the other way around, so I guess she's a complete bust as an interrogator. When he makes a sarcastic comment about how fun it must have been to walk all the way from the other side of the island, Ana smiles and says, "It had its moments," like despite the death and paranoia and just general trauma, she still thinks of it like a nature hike one summer when she was a teenager at Camp Cucamonga. She asks Henry to tell her his story, and he starts listing everyone who's heard it, and he knows everyone's name but "the big black guy who cut off his beard in front of" him. Ana-Lucia's quite surprised (nice poker face there, officer) at his mention of Eko and Sayid, since she didn't know those two knew. "So why don't you try me," she says pleasantly. He wants to know why she'd help him. So she gives the Coles Notes version of the story of the Peace Corpse, which unsurprisingly isn't doing much to put Henry at ease. "I was wrong. And now he's dead." Henry looks away, like, "Can I get the big black guy back in here?" But good news! She doesn't make the same mistake twice, she says. So how about you tell me your story, she says.
Episode Report CardDaniel: C+ | 795 USERS: C+
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