Sun tells Jin that she does not trust Daniel and Charlotte and she decides to move to Locke's camp. Juliet discovers her intention and tries to stop Sun telling Jin about her affair in Korea years earlier. In a flash forward, Sun, now back in South Korea, goes into labor and delivers the baby girl, Ji Yeon, while Sun insistently seeks a Panda for the newborn. Meanwhile on the freighter 'Kahana' near the island, Sayid and Desmond are introduced to Captain Gault immediately after the suicide of Regina, one of the crew-persons. Frank Lapidus begins to suspect something suspicious and tells Sayid and Desmond that the freighter their on is owned by Charles Widmore... Desmons recognizes this name. When Sayid and Desmond are sent to their new accommodations on the ship, they meet the janitor, Kevin Johnson, responsible for the cleaning of their cabin... and are shocked to see who it is.
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Did You Know?
The first time that the protagonists of the flashback/forwards (Sun and Jin) are not those of the mainframe (Sayid and Desmond). See more
Jin previously stated that Sun and Sawyer have been helping him speak/understand English. Yet, he reacts when Juliet says, "Your wife had an affair." Although, plausible that Sawyer taught him the word "Affair" (we know Sun wouldn't teach him); it's highly doubtful he learned the word and its meaning with his very basic English understanding. See more
Rose... has cancer. She's sick. Dying. Well, she was dying. She says she's better now. She says it's this place. The island. But when the camp split up, I was sure that she'd want to go with Locke. Why would she want to leave the island and risk getting sick again?
Then why do you stay with Jack?
Because it was the right thing to do. Locke, he's a murderer. It's all about karma, Jin. You know karma? You make bad choices, bad things happen to you. But you make good choices, and then good...
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References My Neighbor Totoro
Written by Michael Giacchino
Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony See more