Back on Craphole Island, Ana is sitting just off the beach, examining the gash in her forehead in a mirror shard. Libby strolls up, sees the wound, and gasps, wanting to know what happened, like from the sound of her you'd think Ana was missing an arm or something. Ana, thinking quickly, says she cut herself shaving. From the look on her face, either Libby doesn't believe Ana, or she thinks it's really gross that Ana shaves her forehead. Ana cracks under the silent, open-mouthed interrogation of Libby, and says the guy in the hatch tried to kill her. "I'm okay. But he won't be," she says. Libby considers this, then advises her not to do anything stupid. Fat chance of that happening on this island. This island is like a seminar in good decision-making.
Down the hatch, Locke is examining the ceiling from whence the blast doors came down. On his crutches, he hobbles over to the armoury door and twirls the combination lock. He opens the door. Henry is sitting cross-legged on the floor, trussed up again. He doesn't even look up as Locke enters, just quietly says, "If you've come to apologize, I forgive you for hitting me with your crutch." He glances up and adds, "I'm so glad my head didn't break it." Locke wants to know what Henry tried to hurt Ana, but not him. Henry plays dumb, and Locke says Henry could have crushed his skull when he was trapped under the blast doors. "Because you're one of the good ones, John," says Henry. Locke doesn't look flattered so much as confused. But Henry doesn't explain, he just tonelessly explains that Jack's gone to make a trade, and he'll come back empty-handed, so Henry will lose his value and either Jack will kill him or the Others will find out where he's being held and they'll do it. "Why would your own people want to kill you?" asks Locke. "Because the man in charge -- he's a great man, John, a brilliant man. But he's not a forgiving man. He'll kill me because I failed, John. I failed my mission." Locke asks what the mission was. Henry: "When that woman caught me in her trap, I was on my way here, John. I was coming for you."