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Well, Well

After the break, Jack tries to calm Richard down, but he's in a tizzy. "That's it. We're dead. We're all dead." Clearly, Richard got the role of advisor due to his ability to maintain a cool head in the heat of a crisis situation. Miles chides Hurley for his inadequate warning and then asks why blew up the ship and all the dynamite therein. Hurley says Michael told him to. When Miles doesn't recognize the name, Hurley explains: "One of the people who come back and yell at me after they die. He told me I had to stop everyone from blowing up the plane, so -- no dynamite, no blowing up." Miles wonders if dead people tell him what to do a lot, and why he listens to what they say. Hurley: "Dead people are more reliable than alive people." Heh.

Santa Rosa: Hugo sits in Dr. Brooks' office, and asks for permission to visit Libby. Brooks is not at all inclined to help until Hugo greases the skids with a $100,000.00 donation to spruce up the gnarly rec room. We cut to Hugo waiting in that same rec room until Libby arrives. She's thrilled to see him, but her smile crumbles when he admits he doesn't remember her. When Hugo asks where she thinks she knows him from, Libby knows her explanation doesn't make sense, but Hugo says, "Try me."

It seems Libby was watching TV, and when one of Hurley's commercials came on, it was like all these memories of her life came rushing back, but it was an entirely different life with a plane crash -- on an island. Hugo was there and they knew each other -- liked each other. "And then, when I got here, it was almost like I'd been here before. For some reason, Hugo, I have a memory of you being here, too." Hugo says it's the first time he's ever been in a mental hospital. Libby knows, but she hasn't been able to get him out of her brain, so when she saw him at Spanish Johnny's she had to talk to him -- had to see if he remembered her. She searches his face as he says, "I wish I could, Libby, but I can't. I'm sorry." Libby wipes away a tear and tells him it's okay. "I'm crazy." Hugo says, "Yeah, probably, but we've all got something, right? I mean, it takes a lot of guts to go up to a total stranger and tell him you know I'm from some Bizarro alternate universe. I'm scared just saying 'hi' to a girl." Libby tells him he's doing fine. Hugo laughs at the absurdity of the scene and then asks if she can ever get out on a day pass, or anything. "You mean like a date?" Hugo: "Yeah." I'm comin' to lend a hand. I'm comin' to liberate you, confiscate you, I want to be your man.

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