The Island; 1977: Kate drives up to the sonic fence pylons, then stops, because that's as far as she gotten in her planning. Wee Ben groans from the back that he's a way better strategist at age 12, so she gets out and opens the side door to check on him. Kate tries to keep him from talking, but he manages to say, "Tell my dad I'm sorry I stole his keys." I bet you are, kid. Talk about your object lessons. Just then Sawyer drives up in another Dharma Blue VW bus. Aren't they cute in their matching vehicles? Kate thinks he's there to stop her, and all she can say is that she can't let the kid die. Sawyer says, "Damn it, Freckes," and the Skaters squeal so loudly I can't hear the rest of what he says, but I'm sure it amounts to, "I'm a lover, not a fighter." He's there to help her. Dun!
Mainland; 2007; Cassidy's House: Aaron is a big boy now, so he rings the doorbell which is right under the "No Smoking" sign, and do people really have those on the outside of their homes? Clementine, who is darling and should avoid caverns in canyons at all costs, answers the door with a big smile. "Hi, Auntie Kate!" Once the kids are off playing, Kate and Cassidy can talk grown-up stuff, like kidnapping and plane crashes, and cockamamie schemes. Kate is curled up on Cassidy's couch and looks like she spent the night crying.