Down in the hatch-hole, Sawyer's snapped out of his daydream by the beeping of the timer. He's in the computer room, and the timer's at 3:50, counting down. He starts entering the numbers as Jack and Jin come in. Jack wants to know what he's doing here, and Sawyer tells him he's this close to getting the high score on Donkey Kong. Jin speaks urgently to Jack; he has no time for Donkey Kong! Sawyer finishes putting in the numbers and the timer resets. "Now, what can I do you for?" Jack asks where Locke is, and Sawyer says he said something about going to the store for some cigarettes. And he smirks. Next on ABC: Smirking and Glaring: The Sawyer Story.
Jack opens the armoury, only to find it as empty as a fireworks shop on the fifth of July. Even the Virgin Marys are gone. "Uh oh, looks like we got ourselves a theft. Who's gonna call the cops?" says Sawyer. Jack asks where the guns are, and Sawyer, swallowing a pill, says he was just pushing buttons. That's true on many levels, especially as he holds up the pills and says he thinks they belong to Jack, and then tosses him the bottle. Jack decides, "First do some harm," and steps forward to fight Sawyer, but Jin stops him.
It's night, on the beach. Locke's sitting by a fire. Ana-Lucia is sharpening a stick, what with the guns being unavailable to her at the moment. Jack stomps up and starts yelling about Locke moving the guns. "We had an agreement!" he yells. "An agreement that you were about to violate, Jack. Yes, I moved the guns," says Locke. Jack was "about" to violate the agreement, so you did it first, Locke? I find it really interesting that Locke accepted what Sawyer said unquestioningly. And I'd like to point out that the agreement was to consult each other before getting the guns out, and that when Jack came down the hatch-hole, his first move was to ask where Locke was. He didn't go straight for the guns. But I guess since Sawyer's proven himself so trustworthy in the past, Locke didn't really have any reason not to believe him, right?
But anyway, Jack asks where the guns are, and gets a big lecture from John about who gets the guns, and how many, et cetera. By this point, people have started to gather around. "How much time before there's an accident? Another accident? I made a mistake teaching Michael how to shoot and now he's he could be dead for all I know. And that, that was my fault. I take responsibility for that, and so, yes, I'm taking responsibility for the guns too." 'Bout time Locke started taking responsibility for something. Jack wants two guns, but Locke's all, no way! "Two guns! Now tell me where they are, right now!" yells Jack.