Mr. Eyeliner draws a line on a map with a ruler and a red pencil, so they must have just received a fresh stock of office supplies. Mr. Eyeliner turns to Ben, "So we're going to the radio tower?" Ben corrects him: he is going to the radio tower alone and Mr. Eyeliner is taking everyone to the Temple as planned. I bet the Temple is where we saw the giant four-toed foot oh so many episodes ago and the Others are actually foot fetishists who were spurned from society for their beliefs and went to find a land where they could practice their religion in peace. Like the Puritans. It would explain a lot. Well, no, actually it wouldn't explain anything, but it sure would add a new element to the story with the added benefit of justifying that damn foot statue. Anyway. Mr. Eyeliner turns on Ben explaining that it may not be the best time for him to go tromping off by himself because people are starting to ask questions. Starting? People are starting to ask questions? Have you been to our forums? They are chockfull of questions and have been for a long, long time. Mr. Eyeliner reports that people want to know why they had to leave home, what happened to Locke, and now with rumors that the entire away team was killed, maybe he should stick around. Ben replies, "They're not all dead." And then he gets up, leaving Mr. Eyeliner gawking after him. Alex asks Ben where he is going. He states that he is going to find Jack. She says that she is going with him and is really shocked when agrees. Ben smirks, "Well, you do want to see Carl again, don't you?" Alex looks concerned. Ben turns back to the map table and finishes his orienteering with Mr. Eyeliner breathing down his neck demanding to know what Ben is planning on doing with forty people desperate to get off the Island. Ben retorts, "I'm going to talk them out of it." Mr. Eyeliner does not look convinced of the efficacy of this plan. How did Ben pass him in the Other hierarchy?
As the Losties continue on their way to the radio tower, they stop to fill their canteens. Kate grabs Sawyer and tries to get him to care that their friends are in trouble. She says something is wrong; he replies, "Lots of things are wrong, Kate." She ignores him and continues saying that Jin, Sayid, and Bernard should have caught up by now. She wants to go back; Sawyer snorts dismissively about this plan, which I must point out is totally not the way to continue to get laid. Kate wants to know what is going on with him, but Sawyer acts like a sullen teenager and mumbles that nothing is wrong. Getting in the spirit of sullen teenage angsty behavior, Kate splashes water at him. He balks and asks what that was for, and she says it was to wake him up. She wants to know what is going on with him. He has been sleepwalking. He hasn't been the same since Locke gave him that tape. He doesn't care about their friends and he doesn't seem to care about anything any more and since when did he start calling her Kate? Sawyer doesn't seem to notice the giant warning lights flashing over Kate's head telling him to hurry up and say something nice and reassuring and involving how small her ass looks in that hoodie. Sawyer doesn't say anything, so Kate continues, "They sent Juliet to see on Sun, but she was there to check and see if I'm pregnant, too." Sawyer pulls his pack on to his shoulder and replies, "Well, let's hope you're not." Ooh, that is cold. Kate's head explodes as the group begins to move out. On his way up the path, Jack notices Naomi still fiddling with her phone. There is no signal yet.