In considering Foreshadowing events, I cannot get the scene of John Locke, Miles, Juliet, Daniel, and Sawyer paddling the canoe towards the other side of the island out of my head. Suddenly they are being shot at by another canoe and Sawyer asks Juliet to cover his back and she starts shooting back. Was that other canoe carrying Sawyer, Kate, Sayid, Jin, Claire towards Hydra island in this current time? If so Did Juliet shoot one of them, possibly Kate? The foreshadowing comes in when they land on the shore and they are exhausted, and Juliet tells Sawyer that he didn't get to finish talking to her (about Kate). Right before the shooting, He was thinking about Kate and was opening up to Juliet about how he just saw her and how it felt. I beleive his words were, "I saw her," and then they started to get shot at. After the shooting, when Juliet asked him to continue, in reference to Kate he said, "I wasn't about to tell you anything, what I saw doesn't matter because she is gone!" He had a completely different demeanor then before the shooting began. Also, was there foreshadowing on the dock when he told Kate, "Some men are meant to be alone." Was this because he is going to lose Kate and truely be alone?
Would love to hear anyone else's thoughts on this as I think it was a pivotal and important scene. There was an Aijer water bottle in the other boat, so we know it had to be from this time period when the shooters arrived on their boat.--Annied 23:20, March 28, 2010 (UTC)