Naveen Andrews - Sayid Jarrah Emilie de Ravin - Claire Littleton Matthew Fox - Jack Shephard Jorge Garcia - Hugo Reyes Maggie Grace - Shannon Rutherford Josh Holloway - James Ford Malcolm David Kelley - Walt Lloyd* Daniel Dae Kim - Jin-Soo Kwon Yunjin Kim - Sun-Hwa Kwon Evangeline Lilly - Kate Austen Dominic Monaghan - Charlie Pace Terry O'Quinn - John Locke Harold Perrineau - Michael Dawson Ian Somerhalder - Boone Carlyle*Did not appear in the episode. Sayid attempts to triangulate the source of the French transmission with the help of Shannon and Sawyer.
Sawyer tells her about a too-good-to-be-true oil deal, in which the government will triple his money if he puts $300,000 towards a share in an oil rig. Later, a loan shark named Kilo asks Sawyer why the money, which belongs to Kilo, was left with David.
Sawyer goes to Jessica's house to finalize the deal, but reconsiders upon seeing a small boy emerge from another room. Kate returns from collecting fruit to find Sawyer's clothes and the book Watership Down lying on the beach. Back at the beach, as Jack attends to a wound on the back of Sayid's head, an injured Sayid explains that after he fired his flare in response to seeing Sawyer's signal, he was hit from behind by an unknown assailant, intent on stopping him from triangulating the distress signal. As Sayid tries to figure out who struck him, Locke says he was skinning a boar at the time of the attack.
Meanwhile, Shannon is beginning to have trouble breathing, due to her lack of medication and panic resulting from this problem.
Sun has created a plant remedy of crushed eucalyptus leaves retrieved by Michael, which improves Shannon's breathing.
This is the first episode in which a flashback did not directly involve how a person got onto the Island.
Just after Sayid kidnaps him, Sawyer says, "Well ain't you the brave one, jumping a guy while he's napping?" Three years later, Naveen Andrews appeared in a movie called The Brave One.
In the Season 6 episode "Lighthouse", Hurley and Jack find Shannon's inhaler outside the caves, an object which she discarded when she ran out of refills.

The letter Sawyer has in this episode is similar to a letter from Desperate Housewives that Martha Huber sends to Mary Alice Young, the letter from this show reads, "I know what you did.
Sawyer and Kate's opening conversation was scripted with additional lines, Kate more directly rejecting Sawyer and mocking his machismo. The first flashback would have begun with a few more seconds on Sawyer and Jessica, silhouetted "in the throes of passion."[4] In the follow-up scene, Sawyer would have led in more gradually to his plan.
Boone's and Shannon's roles in the episode would have originally gone to two new characters, Richard, a man in his 50s, and his pretty wife Marybeth. Kate's objection to the torture would have formed its own scene, and she would have accused Jack of lowering himself to Sawyer's level.[13] Immediately before the torture, Sawyer would have joked that he, Sayid and Jack should call two others and play poker.
James would have said he'd learned about the original Sawyer's con through his Uncle Doug at his mother's wake.
Sawyer tells Jessica that he has $140,000 in the briefcase and he needs someone to go in with him and provide the other $160,000 for his "investment". When Charlie makes a deal with Claire that he can find her peanut butter, Claire's necklace changes position throughout the scene. When Kate finds out that Sawyer really wrote the letter to the original Sawyer she looks at the back of the letter's envelope and throws the note to the ground, putting both hands on the envelope. At the beginning of the episode, Michael and Walt's theme is used during a scene that involves neither of them; later, Sawyer's dark theme is introduced in the low register of the harp. Shannon begins to suffer badly from her asthma and requires her inhaler, which she lost during the crash. She asks him to help her resolve the situation with Jin, who is handcuffed on the beach after assaulting Michael. The only problem is that he has a mere $140,000 and needs someone to put in the remaining $160,000.

Meanwhile, Charlie convinces Claire to move to the caves by bringing her pretend peanut butter. This marks the first time in the series a credited main cast member does not appear in an episode.
Sawyer would have laughed off the threat, calling the man an accountant and himself a genius. Doug eventually appeared in season 5's "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" at the parents' funeral.
Later on after Sawyer had left the money with Jessica and her husband David to count, he is talking with Kilo who asks him why he left $160,000 of his money in the care of a civilian.
However, a few moments later, when Claire and Charlie leave for the caves, the sun is high in the sky and it is clearly mid day. When the survivors ask Sawyer for it, he refuses, leading Jack and Sayid to contemplate using any means necessary to get it. Flashbacks in this episode focus on a smooth-talking Sawyer conning his lover Jessica and her family. Sawyer" and explains that Sawyer had sex with the letter writer's mother and stole all his father's money, resulting in the father killing his wife and himself.

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