Oh, Hurley. It’s so sad how he isn’t overreacting to his situation because in his past, he lost friends – or, at least one friend – when he won the lottery, so he’s super paranoid about being the one in charge of keeping the rest of the survivors from the food. Charlie doesn’t help matters with his attitude, but in the end, Hurley is the best of them all and does the exact right thing.
On the other side of the island, we have a bit of a debate about Ana-Lucia, but really we’re just happy that Bernard is alive and can’t wait for the reunion between him and Rose. It has to happen. The show isn’t *that* cruel.