Sayid drives Ben through the city in the latter's Canton-Ranier Carpet Cleaning van. Poster Un Bel Di points out that reincarnation is an anagram of Canton-Ranier, and I'm sure Locke's corpse will appreciate that as much as the rest of us do. Inside it, Ben's trying to be besties with Sayid again. He asks Sayid why he took it upon himself to rescue Hugo. Sayid says he had to make sure Hurley was safe. Ben nods and directs Sayid to pull into a nearby parking garage, where they meet up with Dan "Angela Chase's Dad" Norton. SURPRISED? No, by this point, I'd expect not. Norton hands Ben a file on Hurley and says that they don't have a solid case against him, because the first body found outside Santa Rosa was dead before Hurley escaped. He predicts Hurley will be a free man after his prelim tomorrow. Ben thanks him, and Dan takes his leave. Sayid asks Ben who that was, and Ben -- all bug-eyed innocent -- says, "That's my lawyer."
On the Island; Time? What's Time? All We Know Is It's Nighttime: the rain has stopped. Our strand-aways lug their stolen canoe up onto shore. Miles tries to catch his breath. "Remind me never to do that again." Now he's just trying to make me love him. Oh, Miles, it's already done. Locke says they can't really figure out where they are until it gets light, and I at first think Charlotte's having a seizure, but apparently she's just walking really weirdly, in the front of the frame. What was that supposed to be? Sawyer and Juliet lean against the canoe to rest, and Juliet says they didn't get to finish their conversation. He wants to know what she's talking about so she says, "The one before they started shooting at us, where you were about to tell me how it felt to see Kate again?" Wha? Where you were about to tell me how it felt to see Kate again? Really, Show? I'm not even going to blame Juliet. Who wrote that dross? Sawyer wasn't about to tell her anything of the sort, but Juliet says, "Why don't you tell me now?" Oh my word, when did Cooper and Violet's brains flash into Juliet and Sawyer's bodies? Undo it! Undo it! Juliet stares Sawyer down like the broken little boy he is, until he spills. "I was close enough to touch her. If I wanted to, I could've stood right up and talked to her." Juliet asks why he didn't, and Sawyer says, "What's done is done." Yeah that, and the gigantic FLASH, Sawyer. I wonder if the flashes have some sentience or purpose -- if they are big interrupters, that keep "the rules" from being broken. Sawyer looks at her, and pauses. "Juliet?" She asks what's wrong, and Sawyer mimics wiping his nose with his hand, because her nose is bleeding. Sawyer looks away and Juliet tries to tidy up and tries not to freak out.