Chopper. Everyone's looking kind of stunned, and then Sayid notices that they can't find the boat. And there are only four or five minutes of fuel. Jack tells Kate that as soon as the chopper lands, they'll go back for Sawyer. And then Hurley sees the boat behind them. If the boat approached the island on the same heading that Frank is using to fly away from the island, shouldn't the chopper have crossed straight over the boat? Frank doesn't answer my question -- instead, he turns around and flies towards the freighter.
The Orchid. Locke is trying to save Keamy's life so his heart won't stop and the freighter won't blow up. He tries to enlist Ben's help, but Ben just tells him it's not his problem. Before Keamy dies, he tells Ben that whatever Ben does, Widmore will find him. Ben: "Not if I find him first." And then Keamy dies and the transmitter on his arm changes from green to red. If Locke had tried chest compressions, wouldn't that have maybe registered as a heartbeat to the monitor? Or maybe he could have taken a gun and just shot the transmitter to bits, hopefully preventing it from sending the signal? Is it wrong of me to wonder these things?