Sun turns to Michael. "Who?" she says. "Ana-Lucia and Libby," he says. She asks what happened. Michael's silent for a moment, thinking about it, before finally saying, "They were murdered," he says. Well, he's not a liar, anyway. At least, not right this moment. But the way he says it, it's almost like he's being honest with himself about what he's done.
Thirteen days ago, it's night. Zeke hauls a bound, hooded Michael into a clearing where a woman sits, tending a fire. He pulls the hood off Michael's head. Michael promptly spits on him, which Zeke says is fair, because Zeke took his boy. But don't do that again, mmmkay? Michael demands to know where his boy is, figuring that also calling Zeke a "son of a bitch" can't hurt. Zeke's busy chuckling when another Other brings in a similarly hooded Kate, saying she was following her friend about half a klick behind them. Zeke warns Michael not to make a sound, or he'll never see his boy again. Michael clams up, and Zeke orders the other Others to gag Michael, and to get ready with the torches, because he's going to go talk to "her people." Do you think maybe the Others refer to the Lostaways as "the Others" too? Like how the Vietnamese refer to the Vietnam War as "the American War"? And hey, doesn't that woman tending the fire look like Alex?
Anyway, her people are Jack, Locke and Sawyer, who, in fine Lostaway rescue fashion, are arguing amongst themselves, because Locke has lost Michael's trail. And we get the scene again where Zeke confronts the Three Amigos, only we can see that Michael was close by the entire time. Both he and Kate are startled by the sound of gunfire nearby, but Alex tries to assure Michael that Zeke's just delivering a message. "He just needs to scare your friends to do it," she says, as if this is in any way reassuring.
We see Zeke's "LIGHT 'EM UUUUUUP!" scene again where the Others did what had to have been a choreographed and rehearsed routine where there torches all light up in a circle, like they all have Zippos, maybe. And Zeke yells, "Bring her out, Alex!"