After burying one of their own, tempers flare as the castaways' suspicions of each other grow - and an unlikely survivor vows revenge.
Meanwhile, Claire and Charlie struggle to calm her newborn.
original airdate--May 4,2005 rating--17.20 million
songs--"Main Title" (Composed by J.J. Abrams)
- "Shannonigans" by Michael Giacchino
- "Booneral" by Michael Giacchino
Flashback-- Sayid Jarrah
- to Sayid, being escorted through the airport and taken to a back room.
- to Sayid, having accepted the deal.
- to Sayid playing soccer with Essam.
- to Sayid as he's pulled into a van with Essam and Haddad.
- to Sayid, meeting with his CIA and ASIS contacts.
Goof -- When Sayid exits the back of the white van, the reflection of the Steadicam and the Steadicam operator is reflected in the door that he closes, as he quickly moves away.
- Sayid and Essam are sitting in a plaza, and you can see newspaper boxes over their shoulders. Australia doesn't have newspaper boxes.
- When Sayid is in Essam's apartment, while they are holding their glasses of tea, the positions of the glasses change between shots. For example, in one close-up the handle is under Essam's fingers, but in the next shot it's on the other side.
- When Charlie walks with the crying baby on the beach, he meets Hurley and later Sawyer, and then later when Sawyer reads the "engine story" to sooth Turniphead, throughout these shots the baby's blanket constantly jumps off, on, off, etc.
- When Jack attacks Locke they fall on the ground with Jack on top. Then Jack gets dragged off Locke but when it cuts Jack is still lying on Locke and gets dragged off him again.