Mainland; Long Beach Marina Slip 23; Evening: Sun's still going off on Ben, because she's spent the last three years thinking Jin was dead. She wants to see his proof -- she wants to know how Ben knows Jin is alive. Kate, who has gathered the still sleeping Aaron from Sun's car, approaches her own. Ben tells Sun there's someone in L.A. who can give her the proof, and that same someone will help them get back to the island. Kate turns on Jack -- accusing him of only pretending to care about Aaron as a ruse to get them to go back to the island. I think she's got you there, Jack. Actually, I think Jack does care for Aaron and I know he cares for Kate, but he was so uncomfortable about the lie (which he insisted they tell), and knowing Aaron was his nephew, that she's at least got him on a technicality. The first time he's chosen to get involved in a long time has to involve Ben and a plot to return to Craphole? Motives aside, it just doesn't look good, Doc. Jack tries to explain himself, but Kate is in no mood to listen. She gets in her car and prepares to drive off. It's then Sayid's turn to storm off. Ben calls out to him, so Sayid tells him he wants no part of this. He then turns to Jack and says, "And if I see you or him (Ben) again, it will be extremely unpleasant for all of us." Kate's tires squeal to spell out, "Don't mess with the Sayid!" Sun's still got her gun right up against Ben's throat, so he knows he's got to cut his losses with Sayid and Kate for now, and save his own hide. He convinces Sun to give him thirty minutes to get her to the person who has proof Jin is alive, pointing out that she can shoot him -- but then she'll never know. Jack's not sure which side he's on. Finally, Sun says, "Let's go," and she, Jack and Ben walk toward the Reincarnation Van.
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