Sayid and Kate are in the jungle. Kate's tracking, and then realizes that the tracks she's found don't belong to Jack or Sawyer and that they're doubling back behind them. She pulls out her gun, and Sayid shouts for whoever it is to come out at once. Richard Alpert comes out of the trees with both hands held high. He asks them to drop their guns and keeps walking towards them. Kate shouts at him to stop, but he doesn't. And then about a million Others step out of the jungle, all pointing guns as Kate and Sayid. They decide that this would be a good time to surrender. Also, the Others are once again dressed in their old-timey frontier outfits instead of the Land's End clothes they wore at New Otherton.
Orchid. Locke can see two soldiers through the binoculars, but not Keamy. Ben is certain he must be there. Ben pulls his baton of death out of his pocket and hands it to Locke for safekeeping. Ben, very terse, tells Locke to pay attention, and then gives him instructions on how to find an elevator in the Orchid station that will take him down to where he actually needs to be in order to move the island. (But he doesn't actually tell him what to do when he gets there.) Locke's more curious about how he's supposed to get past the soldiers, but Ben tells him that he'll take care of that. Locke asks how he's going to do that, and Ben turns to him with a hurt look on his face: "How many times do I have to tell you John? I always have a plan." And then Ben walks away from Locke.
We now get a slow-motion montage set to some lovely music. Ben walks toward the soldier. Sun, still holding Aaron, emerges onto the deck of the freighter and looks back to where her husband is staring down a pile of explosives. Jack and Sawyer walk away from the chopper. Kate and Sayid march with the Others through the jungle. And then Ben walks up to the soldiers and surrenders. He tells Keamy, "My name is Benjamin Linus. I believe you're looking for me?" Keamy points his gun at Ben's forehead, but settles for knocking him out. Credits. See you in two weeks for the finale.
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