Back at the tent, Jin's looking after Sun, who's trying to sit up. Jack asks about her head, if there's any pain or dizziness. Considering the huge gash on her forehead, that's a pretty safe bet. She says she remembers working in the garden when Vincent ran up. "Then it started raining, and there was a bag over my head, and I was being dragged," she says. I'd like to point out that now Vincent, suspiciously, is nowhere to be found. Jack asks how many of them there were, but Sun says she didn't see anything. Jin angrily speaks to her in Korean, and she responds, and then tells Jack in English that she kicked and fought and ran as fast as she could, but fell. Jin, again with the unsubtitled Korean, and Sun responding, and then Jin's English lessons pay off once again, as he turns to Jack and says, "Gun!" He says it three times, so maybe he wants three guns. Or maybe, in Korean, "gun gun gun" means, "Let's lose our shirts over this, not our heads."
A short ways away, Sawyer's sitting on the beach, poking at a campfire or something. Kate joins him and asks what's going on, like she wouldn't be over there herself sticking her nose in. "It looks like the good folks of Island Town are about to form a posse, get themselves armed up. Hell, I wouldn't be surprised if Jack didn't find that horse of yours and start leading the charge in a big white hat."
At this moment, Ana-Lucia happens to glance over at the two of them. And then there is this really kind of weird shot of Kate looking directly at the camera, and she's making a face that's some kind of cross between "I'm thinking really hard about what's going on here" and "Did Sawyer just fart?" Then she has it: "The guns. This is all her play to get her hands on the guns." She tells Sawyer that he needs to go tell Locke that the posse is saddling up and heading his way. Sawyer seems reluctant, so she says "please," and he finally looks like he's going to go.
Flashback to Cassidy in the shower, Sawyer in the bathroom brushing his teeth. Cassidy wants to know what their next play is, and Sawyer says he'll show her the "pigeon drop." "We already did that. Twice. And the Tulsa Bag Scam and the Lookie-Loo. I want to do a big one," she says, and maybe that is a sly dig at Sawyer. "You want to do a big what?" says Sawyer, as Cassidy gets out of the shower and starts toweling off. "A big con," she says. Sawyer chuckles. "It's called a long con," he says. She asks how it works. "It works by getting someone to ask you to do something like it's their idea, but it's not their idea, it's your idea. But none of that matters, because the one thing you need for the long con, we ain't got -- money." I hope everyone was paying attention to that "getting someone to do something like it's their idea" business, 'cause it's kind of key. Of course, it's not exactly news to anyone who's seen a con movie before. Cassidy says she has money, and Sawyer breaks it to her that forty thousand in a mutual fund isn't money. She admits she "kind of lied" when she said she didn't get anything from the divorce. "'Kind of lied' how much?" asks Sawyer. Six hundred thousand, says Cassidy. Sawyer pretends to be surprised, as though it wasn't "kind of" obvious that he's known all along. "Well, hell, baby, with that kind of money let's go find an island somewhere and sit on a beach drinking mojitos 'til we go toes up." Any Sawyer apologist who thinks he was trying to give her an out with that line should remember that line about making someone think it was her own idea. She pleads with him, telling him that for the first time in her life she's happy, and it's because of Sawyer, and blah blah blah, and begs for one long con. "And then the mojitos," she says. Sawyer says he'll think about it, and Cassidy drags him into the bedroom? Shower? so he can think about it in there. Or, more likely, have sex with her.