At the motor pool, Jack and Kate are grabbing first aid supplies, guns and whatever else they can get their hands on, except each other. Kate hands Daniel a rifle, but he asks if she has anything for beginners (heh) so she gives him a pistol, instead. Jack notices that a Dharma blue VW Bus is speeding toward the motor poor and says, "Let's go." Oh crap, it's that freaking Radzinsky. When do we get to see him make the brain stain on the Swan ceiling? I don't just want him to die. I want to see him die. He knows Dan should be at the Swan and demands to know what's going on. Dan tries some B.S. about Dr. Chang asking them to help with the accident at the Orchid, but unfortunately, he gestures with the hand that had previously been hidden behind his back -- the hand holding the pistol.
Radzinsky yells, "He's got a gun!" He and the Dharma Goon Squad cock their weapons and aim at Jack, Kate and Dan. Radzinky says, "I just left Dr. Chang. He's at home with his wife and baby. You're lying. NOW DROP THE GUNS AND GET DOWN ON THE GROUND!" Daniel says that Radzinsky really has no idea what's going on here, but they have no time. They just have to leave. He starts backing away. There's a shot. I can't tell who fired it. At some point, Radzinsky shoots Dan in the neck and someone shoots Radzinsky in the hand. Not good enough, guys. Regardless, there's shooting all around, and none of it kills anyone (especially -- sadly -- Radzinsky). Kate checks on Daniel while Jack holds off the armed Dharma goons. He continues to cover as Kate and Daniel run for the Jeep. Jack then spots a fuel tank and shoots it, causing a big blast that gives him enough time to run to the Jeep, and hop in. As they speed off, Radzinsky shoots out their windshield. The shattered glass flies in Kate, Jack and Daniel's faces. Radzinsky hollers, "Sound the alarm." Commercial.