Then Cassidy strolls up, asking how much. Oh, I see. So if this were the video for "Say, Say, Say," Cassidy would be Michael Jackson and Sawyer would be Paul McCartney. Sawyer says they're a hundred bucks each, so Cassidy looks them over and buys two. Again Sawyer starts to leave, but he's called back by the dudes, who then ad-lib the following: "It's Gina's birthday next week." "They love their jewelry." Crazy bitches loves they bling-bling! Nice work on the improv, guys. ["Nice work totally noticing Cassidy had the right amount of money already out and ready to hand him. Not. Talk about plays a five-year-old could spot; she didn't even look down." -- Sars] Sawyer and Cassidy smile at each other. I can't say for sure, not being a con artist, but I don't think it's a bright idea to share private smiles with your accomplice while the con is still going on.
Back on Craphole Island, Jack's taking Sun's pulse, which he tells Jin is strong. They need to watch her, but she's going to be okay. Jack leaves, and Jin takes Sun's hand, likely thinking that her neck is a little too uncovered for his liking.
Jack's getting water, and Kate's already there waiting to annoy him, by which I mean "talk to him." She asks Jack if he thinks Sun fell or that someone hit her, but Jack doesn't know. So then Kate asks how well he knows Ana-Lucia. He looks at her, but doesn't answer. "It's just the Others. I was out there with you. I heard that man say that if we stayed away they'd leave us alone. And we've left them alone. So why would they attack us a few days later?" I'm really not enjoying the fact that the suspicion necessary to the plot of this episode requires everyone to accept as read that the Others are trustworthy. Jack asks the same question Kate did: "Well, if it wasn't them, then who was it?" Kate just looks at him: "Like I said, how well do you know Ana-Lucia?" Jack can't even be bothered to answer; he just stomps off.
Of course, Ana-Lucia doesn't exactly seem too broken up about the attack on Sun, because as she walks along the beach with Jack, she's practically gleeful about saying that after the attack a few more people are interested in joining up, and then she makes the Steve/Scott running gag mistake, which with her makes NO sense since Scott was dead long before she showed up. "The point is, after what happened people are finally willing to do something," she says. So Jack just asks point-blank where she was this morning. She says, "Lots of places," and he asks about specifically during the rainstorm. "You think I had something to do with Sun getting grabbed? Now where would you get an idea like that?" But before we can get a chance for Michelle Rodriguez to show off her "angry and confrontational" range for the first time ever, Claire (carrying Aaron) comes running up to tell Jack that Sun's awake.