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[We see Sun looking in a mirror.]
JIN [subtitled]: Are you coming to bed?
SUN [subtitled]: I'll be right there.
[Sun enters the bedroom wearing a nightie.]
JIN [subtitled]: You look great.
SUN [subtitled]: Oh, come on.
JIN [subtitled]: Turn around.
SUN [subtitled]: Honey...
JIN [subtitled]: Come on, please.
[Sun does a little spin for him, and goes to the bed where they kiss.]
JIN [subtitled]: Did you take your temperature?
SUN [subtitled]: Isn't that romantic.
JIN [subtitled]: I'm sorry. It's just -- we've been trying for a year. I think we should see a doctor.
SUN [subtitled]: A doctor?
JIN [subtitled]: A fertility doctor.
SUN [subtitled]: Why do you care so much about a baby you wouldn't even see?
JIN [subtitled]: Don't blame my work, Sun. I work so we can...
SUN [subtitled] Work? When a man comes home with blood on his hands that isn't "work."
JIN [subtitled]: And why do you think I come home with blood on my hands? I have blood on my hands because of your father. Because of what he makes me do!
[Sun starts to cry, and Jin gets out of bed and goes to the window.]
JIN [subtitled]: I didn't mean to -- I'm really sorry. Maybe if we had a baby your father might change his mind. Maybe if we gave him a grandchild he might give me a safer job. A baby will change everything. A baby will make it better.
[Back on the island we see Sun working in her garden. She's afraid when she hears rustling in the bushes, but it's only Jin.]
SUN [subtitled]: Jin, you scared me.
JIN [subtitled]: Do you know how long I've been looking for you? What are you doing out here?
SUN [subtitled]: What do you mean? I'm working in my garden.
JIN [subtitled]: Come with me, we're going back.
SUN [subtitled]: What? No.
JIN [subtitled]: Let's go, now.
[Jin grabs her arm and pulls her up to make her come with him. She jerks away.]
SUN [subtitled]: What?!
JIN [subtitled]: The others attacked you here. We talked about this! Let's go. Now.
[Jin grabs and pulls her again. She breaks away.]
SUN [subtitled]: I don't need you to protect me. I'm just working in my garden.
JIN [subtitled]: What? "My garden?"
[Jin rips up a bunch of plants from the garden.]
SUN [subtitled]: Stop! Please stop!
JIN [subtitled]: Now you have no reason to be out here. Shall we go back now?
[Sun walks off ahead of him.]
[We see Ana running hard on the beach. She runs toward some shelters and we see Locke sitting under a tree eating a banana.]
LOCKE: You were running like the devil's chasing you.
ANA: Maybe he is.
LOCKE: Good for you, keeping in shape.
ANA: What do you want, Locke?
LOCKE: What do I want?
ANA: I've been here over a week -- you've never said 2 words to me. And now you're sitting outside my tent?
LOCKE: We've got a man locked up down in the hatch. There's a possibility he's one of them -- the Others.
ANA: Who's we?
LOCKE: Me and Jack. He's keeping watch right now.
ANA: How long's he been down there?
LOCKE: 3 days. I'd like you to talk with him. 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: Does Jack know you're coming to me with this?
LOCKE: We've got a serious problem, Ana-Lucia -- all of us. I'm taking the necessary steps to solve it. I don't need Jack's permission to talk with you because right now there's a man sitting in a room in my hatch and I want him out.
[We see Sun walking at the beach. She stops in pain near a tree. We can hear Rose and Bernard faintly.]
ROSE: I don't have to give you anything. It's the thought that counts. You just didn't think.
BERNARD: I think all the time. You know, maybe you should think about giving me a little bit of a break here.
ROSE: Oh, just hush, Bernard. Just hush.
[They see Sun in pain and go to her.]
ROSE: Honey? Are you alright?
SUN: I'm -- I think I'm just a little lightheaded.
BERNARD: You look as pale as a sheet.
ROSE: Well, give her some water.
BERNARD: Yes, ma'am.
ROSE: Don't pay him any mind, honey. He's just mad at the world because he forgot my birthday.
BERNARD: I didn't forget. I don't even know what day of the week it is, Rose.
ROSE: It's Saturday, Bernard. [to Sun] Honey, can you walk?
SUN: Really, I'm alright.
BERNARD: Maybe we should go get Jin?
SUN: No -- I think I was just out in the sun too long.
ROSE: Well, you spent a lot of time around the baby maybe you caught something. At least talk to Jack.
SUN: Really, I'm okay. Thank you -- both of you.
[We see Sun enter a hotel room and put the do not disturb sign on the door. Jae is there.]
JAE [subtitled]: Was there traffic?
SUN [subtitled, taking off her coat]: Just the usual.
JAE [subtitled]: Does he know you're here?
SUN [subtitled]: No.
JAE [subtitled]: I thought you were going to tell him.
SUN [subtitled]: I couldn't.
[She drops her coat and they share a look as they both bend down to pick it up.]
SUN [subtitled]: I'm glad you were able to get away today.
JAE [subtitled]: Just one of the perks of being the general manager and the hotel owner's only son -- flexible hours. The room's not too shabby, either. Can I get you a drink?
SUN [subtitled]: Just some iced-tea, please.
JAE: In English.
SUN [with difficulty]: I would like iced-tea, please.
JAE: Very good.
SUN: Thank you.
JAE [subtitled]: Are you alright?
SUN [subtitled]: I'm fine.
JAE [subtitled]: Do you want to talk about it?
SUN [subtitled]: Not really.
JAE [subtitled]: Well, if you change your mind -- not that I'm the one to come to for relationship advice -- but I think Jin would proud that you can speak English.
SUN [subtitled]: And what do I tell him when he asks how I learned? Or who I learned from?
JAE [subtitled]: If you're uncomfortable with our arrangement, we can stop.
SUN [subtitled]: Is that what you want?
JAE [subtitled]: No. It's good practice for me, too.
[Back on the island we see Jack get out of the shower.]
LOCKE: Morning, Jack.
[We see Locke is shaving.]
JACK: You couldn't wait 'til I was done in here?
LOCKE: The steam opens up my pores. A man's got no shaving cream, he's got to improvise. I also thought this might be a good time to talk about our problem.
JACK: Our problem?
LOCKE: Our Henry problem. We've had him locked up for 3 days now, and I can't help but get the sense that he's just not motivated to cooperate with us.
JACK: And how are we going to motivate him?
LOCKE: I don't think there's anything we can do. I think we need to bring in some new blood.
JACK: Obviously, you have someone in mind.
LOCKE: What do you think about Ana-Lucia?
JACK: Why her?
LOCKE: She's the one you went to to start an army to fight these people -- why not her? Unless you're worried about what she'll do to him.
JACK: I'll talk to her.
LOCKE: I already did. She's in there with him now.
[We see Ana and Gale in the armory.]
GALE: Were you on the plane, too?
ANA: I was in the tail section. We crashed on the other side of the island.
GALE: You walked across all the way here? That must have been fun.
ANA: It had its moments. So, are you going to tell me your story, Henry?
GALE: Why bother, I've already told it to everyone -- Jack, Locke, the big black guy that cut off his beard in front of me. Oh, yeah, and my buddy, Sayid. You can see how much he liked my story.
ANA: So how about you try me.
GALE: I don't mean to be ungrateful, but why are you going to help me get out of here?
ANA: On the other side of the island there was this guy with us. I was 100 percent convinced that he wasn't on the plane. So I dug a whole and I threw him in it.
GALE: And what happened?
ANA: I was wrong. And now he's dead. But good news for you Henry -- I don't make the same mistake twice. So how about you tell me your story?
[We see Sawyer reading a book, Sun approaches.]
SAWYER: Well, hey there, Sunshine, what can I do for you?
SUN: How's your book?
SAWYER: Predictable -- not nearly enough sex.
SUN: I heard that you have all the medical supplies.
SAWYER: You heard correct.
SUN: May I look through them?
SAWYER [chuckling]: No you may not. But if you'll tell me what you're looking for...
SUN: Forget it.
[Sun starts to leave.]
SAWYER [going after her]: Okay, hold on. Now I'm intrigued. Tell you what, tell me what you're looking for and it's yours, gratis.
SUN: Can't I just look myself?
SAWYER: It's not a drugstore, sweetheart.
SUN: I need a pregnancy test.
[We see Locke and Jack in the hatch. Locke is listening to music while Jack stands at the armory door.]
JACK: Can't hear anything.
LOCKE: She's only been in there about 30 minutes.
JACK: How do you know he hasn't snapped her neck, John?
LOCKE: How do you know she hasn't snapped his?
[In the armory.]
ANA: So let me get this straight -- you and your wife travel around the world and crash here in a smiley-face balloon? Then she dies. You get captured by a French chick who brings you here, and then they lock you up.
GALE: It sounds kind of silly when you say it like that.
ANA: Why don't you have a beard?
GALE: Because I shaved -- because I needed something normal.
ANA: Okay, so why don't you draw me a map to your balloon? We'll go out there, we'll find it, and everybody will believe you.
GALE: That's what they all keep asking me to do -- draw a map. And if I mess up they'll crucify me.
ANA: You flew around the world in a balloon and you don't think you can draw up a good map?
GALE: Air travel -- it's a different animal. It's about wind currents and...
ANA: Do you or do you not know where it is?
GALE: Yeah, I know where it is. I went back there to bury my wife.
ANA: Why'd you do that?
GALE: Because our balloon was the closest thing we had to home. You people have been looking for someone to punish for everything that's happened to you -- someone to blame -- and now you've got him. It doesn't matter what I do, I'm dead already.
ANA: You draw up that map, Henry. I'll find your balloon. But if you don't, things are going to play out just like you said.
[We see Sun walking stealthily through the jungle. She stops and pulls out the pregnancy test. Suddenly Hurley appears holding a partially eaten Apollo bar. Sun quickly hides the test behind her back.]
HURLEY: Hey, Sun. Look what I found in the middle of the jungle. It's not even melted or nothing. Crazy, huh? You want to split it?
SUN: No. No, thank you. I was just heading to the beach.
HURLEY: Okay, well, later, dude.
[Jin and Sun are in a doctor's office. The doctor enters.]
DR. KIM: Hello, Mr. Kwon. Hello, Mrs. Kwon. I apologize for the wait. How is your father?
SUN: Well, thank you.
DR. KIM: Please give him my regards.
SUN: Of course. And thank you for seeing us so fast.
JIN [interrupting]: Doctor, do you have the results?
DR. KIM: I'm afraid the news is not good. The ultrasound showed advanced endometriosis -- scar tissue -- blocking the fallopian tubes. I'm afraid that -- even with surgery -- the chances of conceiving are -- impossible.
JIN: Can't you fix this? There must be something you can do.
DR. KIM: I'm afraid not, sir. I'm sorry.
JIN: Did you know about this before we got married?
JIN: You must have had some idea.
SUN: Why would I keep something like this from you? Oh, yes. I was trying to trap the son of a fisherman.
[Jin looses his temper and pushes some papers off the doctor's desk and storms out.]
[Back on the island we see Jack and Locke in the hatch. We hear Ana bang on the armory door.]
ANA: Coming out.
[Jack opens the door for her.]
ANA: He told me the same story he told you.
LOCKE: You believe him?
ANA: I don't know yet. I need more time with him.
LOCKE: He's all yours.
ANA: Tomorrow. I want to give him some time to think. [to Jack] If that's okay with you.
JACK: I didn't tell anyone, Ana.
ANA: No worries, man.
[We see Sayid and Charlie building something out of bamboo at the beach.]
CHARLIE: A bit large for a dining room table, isn't it?
SAYID: If we cut them in two, it will suit the purpose.
ANA [entering]: Sayid, can I talk to you?
SAYID: Of course.
SAYID: Whatever you need to say you can say it here.
ANA: It's about the hatch.
CHARLIE: You mean the guy locked in the closet there? What about him?
[Ana pulls a map out of her pocket and hands it to Sayid.]
ANA: It's to his balloon.
SAYID: How did you get him to do this?
ANA: I asked nicely.
SAYID: Do Jack and Locke know about this?
ANA: Jack and Locke are a little too busy worrying about Locke and Jack. All I want to know is if this guy's telling the truth.
SAYID: Why come to me?
ANA: Judging from what you did to his face that's what you want, too.
SAYID: This is at least a day's walk.
ANA: Then we should get going.
[We see Ana, Sayid and Charlie walking across a stream. Charlie stumbles and Ana reaches to help.]
ANA: You okay?
CHARLIE: I'm alright. Thanks.
[They continue walking and see a cliff in the distance.]
SAYID [pointing]: That cliff there appears to be this [showing the spot on the map].
ANA: Score one for Henry.
SAYID: Pointing out a geographical touchstone does not mean he's leading us to a balloon.
ANA: Maybe not, but at least we're on the right island.
[Sayid walks off.]
CHARLIE: Humor's not his strong suit. [Ana doesn't respond] And I'm saying this to you.
[They continue walking. Charlie looks around and sees Ana staring at him.]
CHARLIE: You looking at my bum?
ANA: No, I'm looking at your gun.
CHARLIE: My what?
ANA: Maybe you should give the gun to somebody who knows how to use it.
CHARLIE: Maybe I will. As I recall, the last time you had a gun you murdered someone.
SAYID: That's enough.
[Charlie takes the gun out and acts like he's going to give it to Ana but gives it to Sayid.]
SAYID: We'll go as far as the base of the cliff and we'll camp there.
[We see Sun and Kate sitting on the beach. Kate has the instructions to the pregnancy test.]
SUN: How long is it supposed to take?
KATE: Uh, up to two minutes.
SUN: I'm sorry -- I'm just...
KATE: I know. Where did Sawyer find one of these anyway? I mean, who flies with a pregnancy test, right?
SUN: Have you ever taken one?
SUN: Thank you for waiting with me and not asking why you're here and not Jin.
KATE: You're welcome. It's time.
[Sun looks and sees two pink lines.]
KATE: You're pregnant.
SUN: Is it 100 percent sure?
KATE: There's only one way to find out.
[We see Jack with the pregnancy test.]
JACK: These tests are pretty accurate. You know, a false negative in the first week maybe, but positive is a positive.
SUN: But it's impossible.
JACK: Oh, it's possible. You feeling queasy, lightheaded?
SUN: Please, Jack. This is private, nobody can know.
KATE: You're not going to tell Jin?
SUN: In time I will, it's just -- it's complicated.
JACK: As complicated as Jin being the last one on the island to find out you spoke English? Sun, my advice -- and it's just that because I'm the last person to ask about this, but -- you should tell him. And when you do you should tell him everything -- the whole truth. I'm going to get back to the hatch. Congratulations, Sun.
KATE: You've been down there a lot, Jack. Is everything okay?
JACK: Sure, yeah, everything's fine. [he exits]
KATE: Are you okay? Sun?
JAE: Sun? Sun. Sun are you alright?
SUN: Yes, I'm fine.
JAE: You were distracted for our entire lesson. You're not fine.
SUN: We -- Jin and I went to see a doctor. He said I cannot have children.
JAE: I'm very sorry, Sun.
SUN: I was glad.
JAE [subtitled]: Why are we here?
SUN [subtitled]: Because you're teaching me English.
JAE [subtitled]: You've been practically fluent for a month now. Why are you learning English?
SUN [subtitled]: Because I'm moving to America.
JAE [subtitled]: Jin. You're going to leave him. I ran away to America for a woman because I thought I was in love. But you can't run away from your life.
SUN [subtitled]: And Jin? Is he my life? I should stay because...
JAE: I'm not saying you should stay for Jin.
[Back on the island we see Sayid sitting at a campfire. Charlie is sleeping. Ana enters.]
ANA: Do you mind?
SAYID: You should sleep while you can.
ANA: Yeah, I can't sleep. People don't like me. I tried to get them to most of my life. I guess I just gave up a while back. I mean, I am what I am. But you -- you've got a good reason to hate me. I'm sorry. I'm sorry for what I did.
SAYID: You were trying to protect your people. It wasn't you that killed Shannon; it was them. And once we find out he is one of them then something will have to be done.
[We see Sayid watching Ana sleep.]
ANA [waking]: What?!
ANA: It's going to rain.
SAYID: We should get moving.
CHARLIE [entering]: Morning! Who wants breakfast? I have papayas and papayas.
SAYID: Let's go.
CHARLIE: Right, why eat?
[We see them walking in the rain when they come to a large clearing.]
SAYID [looking at the map]: This is it.
CHARLIE: This balloon would be rather large, right?
SAYID: Why am I not surprised?
ANA: We need to look some more.
SAYID: This is where he said it would be.
ANA: If I'm going to back your play on this, Sayid, we need to be sure.
SAYID: I'll divide the area into 3 grids, so search as thoroughly as you please.
[We see Jin with his fishing net at the shore. He sees Bernard struggling with a net of his own.]
BERNARD: Oh, for the love of...
JIN: [Speaks in Korean.]
BERNARD: Oh, no, no, no, it's not for fish.
JIN: [Speaks in Korean.]
BERNARD: No, no, no, oysters. [he makes a gesture to indicate a shell opening and picking something out] Pearl, for Rose.
JIN [shaking his head]: [Speaks in Korean.] No oyster. No oyster here.
BERNARD: Ah, of course not. Why would there be?
SAWYER [entering]: Yo, Dadio.
SAWYER: Way to go, Papa-san. You didn't waste much time. I'd give you a cigar, Bernie, but I'm fresh out.
BERNARD: Sun's pregnant?
SAWYER: Keep it down there, Suzie; I don't think Jin Sr. here knows yet.
[Jin hears them speaking gibberish.]
[Scene switches to Jin replanting Sun's garden. Sun enters.]
SUN [subtitled]: What are you doing?
JIN [subtitled]: I'm fixing a mistake.
SUN [subtitled]: You didn't have to.
JIN [subtitled]: Yes, I did. I need you.
SUN [subtitled]: What?
JIN [subtitled]: I hate being this way. Fighting. And I can't -- I can't talk to anyone. I can't understand them. I need you, Sun.
SUN [subtitled]: Jin, I...
JIN [subtitled]: It's okay -- I'm sorry. It was wrong of me to...
SUN [subtitled]: I'm pregnant.
JIN [subtitled]: What? You're...
SUN [subtitled]: I'm pregnant, Jin.
[Jin is joyful and hugs Sun, lifting her off the ground.]
SUN [subtitled]: Jin, listen to me.
JIN [subtitled]: What is it?
SUN [subtitled]: There's something -- there's something I need to tell you.
[We see Sun walking her dog. A car pulls up beside her.]
DR. KIM [subtitled]: Sun! Sun!
SUN [subtitled]: Dr. Kim?
DR. KIM [subtitled]: Will you get in the car?
SUN [subtitled]: What? Why?
DR. KIM [subtitled]: Please, I need to speak with you.
[Sun seems a bit weirded out and starts walking away. Dr. Kim gets out of his car.]
DR. KIM [subtitled]: Wait! Please! I've done something terrible. It's not you that can't have children.
SUN [subtitled]: What?
DR. KIM [subtitled]: It's him. It's your husband.
SUN [subtitled]: But why would you...?
DR. KIM [subtitled]: I couldn't. I'm so sorry. Your husband, he works for your father. If I told a man like him he couldn't -- he would burn my practice to the ground!
SUN [subtitled]: Why are you telling me this now?
DR. KIM [subtitled]: Because you deserve to know the truth.
[We see Jin and Sun back on the island, still in the garden. Jin looks stunned and sits down.]
JIN [subtitled]: Why didn't you tell me?
SUN [subtitled]: How could I?
JIN [subtitled]: If I can't -- how can there be a baby?
SUN [subtitled]: I swear to you, Jin, I have never been with another man. That is the truth.
JIN [subtitled, taking a long pause]: Then it's a miracle.
[We see Sun and Jin working in the garden together.]
JIN [subtitled]: If it's a boy I'd like to use a character from my father's name.
SUN [subtitled]: And perhaps one from my mother's.
JIN [subtitled]: Can we tell people?
SUN [subtitled]: Well, Jack and Kate already know. And Sawyer probably knows.
JIN [subtitled, nodding]: Dadio. And Bernard knows, too.
SUN [subtitled]: We'll be lucky if there's anyone left to tell.
JIN [subtitled]: Are you ready for lunch? Shall we go back?
SUN [subtitled]: I'd like to stay for another 20 minutes or so -- by myself. If that's alright with you.
JIN [subtitled, disappointed]: Of course. That's fine. I'll see you back at the beach.
SUN [subtitled]: I love you.
[Jin stops in his tracks and kisses her.]
JIN [in English]: I love you. [he exits]
[Sun puts her hands on her belly and smiles.]
[We see Gales reading in the armory. Jack enters.]
JACK: How is it?
GALE [reading from the book]: Men reject their prophets and slay them, but they love their martyrs and honor those whom they have slain. [to Jack] So what's the difference between a martyr and a prophet?
JACK: Either way, it sounds like you end up dead.
GALE: That's the spirit.
JACK: In the mood for some breakfast?
[We see Locke getting bowls and cereal. Jack leads Gale out of the armory. Locke looks surprised. Gale sees the computer room.]
GALE: What's the computer for?
GALE: Cereal? Wow, where'd you guys get cereal?
LOCKE: It was down here all along. The pantry's full of food.
GALE: How old is it? [Jack and Locke don't respond] You guys don't know much, huh? I mean, I'd be asking all kinds of questions about all this stuff down here. You guys don't even seem that curious.
JACK: Do you want the cereal or don't you?
GALE: This must be my reward for good behavior, huh? I guess I earned myself some good will for finally drawing that map for Ana.
LOCKE: What map?
GALE: To my balloon.
JACK [to Locke]: Did you...
GALE: Wow, you guys have some real trust issues, don't you? Guess it makes sense she didn't tell you. I mean, with the two of you fighting all the time. Of course, if I was one of them -- these people that you seem to think are your enemies -- what would I do? Well, there'd be no balloon, so I'd draw a map to a real secluded place like a cave or some underbrush -- good place for a trap -- an ambush. And when your friends got there a bunch of my people would be waiting for them. Then they'd use them to trade for me. I guess it's a good thing I'm not one of them, huh? You guys got any milk?