Now we have come to the requisite scene in which someone comes to Sawyer to ask for something (usually Jack), and they act all tough about it, and Sawyer acts like a dick about it, and then eventually hands over the item. Key variations here are that Sawyer says it figures that Kate got Jack to do her dirty work, and that Jack threatens to withhold the antibiotics he's giving Sawyer to fight off infection in his knife wound. Also, they get so close that they might as well kiss. Before handing over the briefcase, Sawyer says, "I know you think you're doing her a favor, but however she talked you into doing this? She lied, brother." You know, honesty isn't exactly a key characteristic of the majority of the crash survivors, so whenever one complains about another one lying, it's kind of like an indignant eliminated Survivor contestant whining about the backstabbing going on. Jack doesn't say anything as he walks off, but it's not like Jack doesn't know that Kate has, at best, a casual relationship with the truth.
Kate's sitting on the beach when Jack walks by with the briefcase. He says that they're going to open it together. "Why?" asks Kate, and Jack is all, 'cause I said so. Kate obediently gets up and follows him, and flashes back to the bank robbery.
The manager's opening up the money cage, and after he does so, says that now that he's done what they wanted, they should let the girl go. Which, for some reason, gets Bank-Robbin' Boyfriend all cheesed off. This, again, makes no sense, as the robbery does seem to be designed to take advantage of the bank manager's crush on Kate, after all. So Bank-Robbin' Boyfriend says that it's Kate who picked the bank, and the vault, and set up the bank manager and all that. Poor puppy bank manager looks all hurt; such is the power of the affection he developed for Kate in the all of thirty seconds he spent processing her loan application. And Bank-Robbin' Boyfriend takes off his mask. This concerns Kate, since that and BRB's Bond-villain-esque spilling-of-the-plan routine adds up to a severely truncated existence for the bank manager. "Just cleanin' up after myself, Maggie," says BRB, and cocks his gun. Kate grabs one of the other dude's guns and points it at BRB, threatening to shoot him if he shoots the bank manager, since she was promised no one would get hurt. BRB's certainly pissed, but he's not convinced she'll do it: "I know you're cold, baby, but you're not that cold." But before he can shoot the bank manager, Kate shoots BRB in the leg. He drops his gun. Kate scoops it up, and plugs the other two bank robbers with some nifty cross-armed shooting, which, to me, indicates that she ain't just some smooth criminal. And, in one of the funniest lines I've heard in a while, one of the other bank robbers, while lying bleeding from a gunshot wound on the floor, yells at BRB, "I told you not to trust her!"