Flashback's over. Back to work! Kate's fashioning a bandage/tourniquet for Mercutio's leg. Locke looks at his own foot, stumbles up, tells Kate, "I'm fine, Helen," and announces he's going to go get that boar. "You can't," Kate says, and once again, Locke growls, "Don't tell me what I can't do."
Commercial. If anyone ever asks me if I'm gellin', I'll crush his head like a melon.
The Ol' Fishing Hole. Hurley's trying to spear-fish using a bamboo pole with a piece of shrapnel tied to the end. It's exactly as successful as you'd imagine. God knows why they aren't using one of Locke's knives, or better yet, a net. After yet another unsuccessful sally, Hurley whacks the water in a fury, yelling, "Dammit! Crap! Crap! Son of a --" Charlie asks if he wants him to try, and an instantly calm Hurley says, "Knock yourself out." Heh. Charlie immediately falls into the water, and they both start giggling, thanks to the solution of heroin in which they're now both standing knee-deep. A promotional photo from this episode suggests that in a scene that ended up on the cutting-room floor, Jin joins them and catches a fish with his bare hands. However, apparently the producers found a way not to pay Daniel Dae Kim a speaking actor's salary in this episode.
Claire has found an envelope with Sayid's name on it; he flips through the photographs inside, which picture an extremely severe-looking woman in traditional Muslim garb.
Broody Beach. Rose tells Jack that her husband's fingers swell up when he flies, so he gives her his wedding ring when they board the plane. "You don't have to keep your promise," she adds, reminding Jack that he said he'd keep her company until her husband got back from the plane's restroom. "I'm letting you off the hook." Wow, everyone knows more about fishing than Charlie. Jack urges Rose to join the rest of the castaways, and she tells him he's patient and caring. "I suppose that's why you became a doctor," she says. Jack demurs, saying it was a "family business."