Kate and Sawyer divulge dark secrets to each other while tracking a renegade boar that Sawyer swears is purposely harassing him.
Meanwhile, Hurley and Sayid worry that Charlie is losing it after his brush with death.
original airdate--February 16,2005 rating--17.87 million
songs--"Main Title" (Composed by J.J. Abrams)
- "Thinking Clairely" by Michael Giacchino
Flashback: James "Sawyer" Ford
- to a hotel room.
- to Sawyer making his way along the waterfront
- to the same bedroom we saw at the top of the show.
- to Sawyer sitting in a car staring at a shrimp truck in the distance.
- to the shrimp truck.
Goofs: When Charlie and Hurley are burying Ethan, his chest can still be seen rising and falling.
- After Saywer finds his blue plastic cover taken by the boar you can see a cameraman moving on the right while Saywer walks towards the camera.
- Hurley says that Charlie shot Ethan 4 times when he is talking with Sayeed, but in fact he shot him 6 times.
- When Sawyer shoots "Sawyer" there is a 15 ft tall grounded lamppost at the corner of the link fence, with an overhead curved head giving off the dramatic spot of light in the wet darkness, near the trash receptacle. However, earlier when Sawyer gets out of the car at the Sweet Shrimp, as he checks his gun, that towering lamppost is non-existent.
- In the first scene in Sydney the camera pans from the opera house toward the rich North Shore suburb, except it shows that there are no houses on the shore whatsoever. In reality there are houses scattered across the shoreline.