She begs him not to make a sound, tells him she loves him, then hurries out, shutting the door behind her.
Sawyer's dad is in the house now, yelling at his mother. We hear a gunshot, then a body falling to the floor. Young Sawyer scoots further back under his bed. His door opens and from under the bed we see a pair of cowboy boots walk in. The man sits on the bed. Another gunshot and the man slumps over on the bed.
Sawyer Sees JacobEpisode 5x16, The Incident
Young Sawyer stands in front of a church dressed in a suit. There are several people watching two caskets that are carried to and then put inside a hearse. Later, he sits on the church steps by himself. He's writing a letter, but his pen stops working. Jacob comes over and gives him a pen that he says he can keep. "I'm very sorry about your mother and father, James."
Sawyer looks down at the letter. It's the beginning of the letter he wrote to Mr. Sawyer. A man walks over and says, "Come on, Jimmy. We've got to get to the cemetery, okay? What are you writing?"
"Nothing," Sawyer says.
The man takes it from him and reads it. "Dear Mr. Sawyer. You don't know who I am, but I know who you are and I know what you done." He squats. "Listen to me, Jimmy, I know that you're mad at the man who did this to your mama and daddy, and hell, you've got every right to be. But you've got to move on, boy. They're gone. There ain't nothing you can do to change that. What's done is done. Now promise me you're not going to finish that letter."
"Come on. Let's go say goodbye."
"You weren't exactly supposed to see that," Sawyer says.
The woman, Cassidy, just laughs and says, "Are you serious? You just happen to have a suitcase full of cash? And you go to pick it up and the lock just happens to break?" She picks up some of the money and sees that it's not real.
Cassidy says that he should have done his homework. She didn't take anything from the divorce, so she's not even worth Sawyer's trouble. Then she asks Sawyer to show her what he does. She wants to learn how to con people.
"What if we get caught?" Cassidy says.
"We ain't going to get caught." He puts a band-aid across his nose. "Anybody goes to the cops, the only thing they're going to remember is a guy that looks like he's been in a bar fight.
Later, Sawyer approaches two men at a gas station. He shows them a velvet carrying case full of necklaces and asks if they want to buy some.
One of the guys asks where Sawyer got them and he says, "Where do you think?"
The two men look unsure and talk amongst themselves. Cassidy walks over and asks how much. Sawyer says, "100 a piece."
Cassidy takes two and gives Sawyer the money and walks away. Sawyer starts to walk away and the guys tell him to wait. Cassidy and Sawyer share a smile.