After Sayid miraculously comes back to live, Jack quarrels with Dogan, the de facto leader of the Others at the fortified Temple compound over Sayid's condition and what is happening. Sawyer escapes from the Temper and Kate and Jin volunteer to track him down. Kate finds Sawyer at the ruins of the Dharma barracks where he is mourning the loss of Juliet, while Jin has a run-in with someone familiar in the jungle. In the alternate Los Angeles 2004, Kate has escaped from the airport and has a run-in with Claire Littleton whom goes into premature labor and Kate decides to help her.
Did You Know?
The line "Hey, I'm walking here, I'm walking here!" uttered by Dr. Leslie Arzt as he nearly gets hit by Kate's taxi is a reference to Dustin Hoffman
's famous improvised line in Midnight Cowboy
(1969). See more
What Dogen does after Jack swallows the pill appears to be a Heimlich maneuver, which cannot be used to extract something from the gullet. Making him vomit would have been more likely to work. See more
And you know, before when you... when you thanked me for saving your life, I, I didn't have anything to do with it Sayid. I didn't fix you. They did.
I don't care who fixed me. I only care about who I trust.
References Midnight Cowboy
Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony See more