In flashbacks, we see the prettiest people on the island trying to make a baby, but apparently Sun and Jin have been trying for a year, with no bun in the oven. They should try a car's backseat, which had a pretty high success rate in my high school, as I recall. Sun's not so sure she wants a baby that Jin's never going to see, but Jin figures a baby might convince his father-in-law to give him a safer (or more legal) job. And on the island, Jin's turning into the domineering overprotective husband again, even going so far as to rip up Sun's garden so that she has no reason to be out there by herself. Locke brings Ana-Lucia into the secret of Henry Gale, since he wants Gale out of the hatch -- or, as Locke calls it, "my hatch." He figures Ana-Lucia might be able to get information out of Henry (plus, he gets to do something without getting Jack's permission). Ana-Lucia tries on the "good cop" role for the first time ever, since the last time she had a suspected Other in a hole, he ended up dead. (This is not news that pleases Henry, when she tells him.) But the softball routine works, and Henry provides her with a map to his balloon as proof of his story, which she keeps secret from the power-struggling Jack and Locke, and she enlists Sayid's help (and Charlie's) in going after it. Sun's furtively asking for a pregnancy test is dragged out a really long time, considering it was in the previews last week, plus it was on the anvil they dropped during the opening flashbacks. What's even more unfortunate is that Sawyer sees fit to dis Judy Blume. In flashbacks, we've learned that Sun is learning English from the bald guy that she was set up with earlier. And when a doctor drops the bad news that Sun's endometriosis prevents her from ever bearing children, Jin is a total dick about it. Sun's positive pregnancy test is no cause for celebration, what with Jin being such an asshole right now, and Sun wants Jack and Kate to keep quiet about it, so Sun starts out sticking with the ol' "everybody knows my secret except Jin" routine, which has worked like a charm for her before. But some magical backwards talking by Bernard and Sawyer convinces Jin to fix Sun's garden, and she breaks the news about the pregnancy, as well as the revelation that the doctor later confessed that Jin is the one who couldn't have children, not Sun (the doctor lied to avoid having his practice burned down by a violent Korean gangster). But then how, you ask? Sun swears she's never been with another man, so Jin chalks one up in the "miracle" column. And considering that Sun seemed genuinely shocked by the positive pregnancy test, I currently believe her. We're left not knowing if Henry is an Other or not, as Ana-Lucia, Sayid and Charlie have started looking for the balloon. Meanwhile, back at the hatch, over a healthy breakfast of Dharma-O's, Henry "accidentally" tells Jack and Locke about the map, and casually suggests that if he were an Other, the map just might lead to an ambush. And I believe Ross Geller said it best: "Y-o-u-apostrophe-r-e means 'you are.' Y-o-u-r means 'YOUR'!"
So he moves in to kiss again, but Sun ain't havin' it anymore. Jin says they should see a doctor about it, and Sun reacts like she doesn't even know what doctors are. Then she asks why Jin cares so much about a baby he won't even see. And they start fighting about his work, which Sun says isn't even work because he comes home with blood on his hands. Can someone give Sun's number to Carmela Soprano? Jin reminds her that he has blood on his hands because of her father. Sun's face crumples a moment after Jin reminds her that her father isn't the most squeaky-clean businessman, and Jin gets up, goes over to the window to give the Seoul skyline an eyeful, and apologizes. Then he lays out his "maybe if we have a baby, your father will want me in a safer job" theory. I'm not sure why Sun's father would care more for the safety of his grandchild's father that he does for the safety of his daughter's husband, but just go with that, Jin. Jin comes back to bed and says, "A baby will change everything." Yup, they usually do. "A baby will make it better." That, on the other hand, is often up for debate; Sun's non-responsiveness suggests she knows that much, even if Jin doesn't.
On Craphole Island, Sun's working in her garden. A rustling in the bushes startles her, which is understandable given what happened the last time the bushes did that. But she's relieved to see that it's Jin, even if she can't see that he's obviously pissed. He starts yelling her about how long he's been looking for her. This seems kind of odd to me; since he obviously knows about the garden, wouldn't that be one of the first places he'd check? He tells her to come back with him, and she says no, so he grabs her arm, and they yell at each other a bit. "The Others attacked you here! We talked about this!" is what he's saying, and she's saying that she doesn’t need him to protect her. She says she's going back to work in her garden. "'My garden'?" says Jin, who then proceeds to uproot everything, which he then says means she no longer has any reason to be out there. Personally, I think he's created a lot more work for her, so she'll need to stay out there longer. But he's probably not thinking straight, as evidenced by his rocking the Adam Morrison My First Mustache. "Shall we go back now?" says Hurricane Jin, and Sun goes stomping past him.
Ana-Lucia's sprinting along the beach while we surprisingly hear no music from Rocky or Chariots of Fire. She races up to her tent, where Locke's chillin', eating a banana, ready with a quip about how she's running like the devil's chasing her (stealing his folksy sayings from Desmond, I see). Like Mr. T, she ain't got time for the jibber-jabber, and asks him what he wants; she knows he wants something because she's been there a week and Locke hasn't spoken two words to her before now. So Locke gets right to it: "We've got a man locked up down in the hatch. There's a possibility he's one of them, the Others." Ana-Lucia wants to know what he means by "we," and Locke says him and Jack, which is a pretty good example of lying by omission, which Ana-Lucia will humourously find out throughout the episode. Anyway, Locke wants her to talk to Henry: "You have experience with the Others; you were a cop. Seems to me you're the most qualified to figure out if this man's telling the truth." Ana-Lucia asks if Jack knows that Locke's coming to her with this. Locke considers his answer for a moment, before calmly spouting off about how they have a problem and he's doing something about it and he doesn't need Jack's permission and blah blah blah. The key thing is this: "Right now there's a man sitting in a room in my hatch, and I want him out." Italics mine.