Through the magic of links, I present a summary of what was learned in the second episode of "Lost"'s season four:
* Hurley can see Jacob/Christian's cabin, too, a fact which disturbs Ben and pleases Locke.
* Somebody went through a lot of expense and trouble to fake a wreck of Flight 815.
* In the past, there was at least one polar bear wandering the Tunisian desert in a Dharma Initiative collar. (A time travel experiment? Evidence of multiple Dharma locations?)
* Ben's smart mouth is going to get him killed.
* Sawyer, of course, has the best line of the night: "Taller? Like a giant?" I also loved his reference to Locke as Heart of Darkness/Apocalypse Now's Colonel Kurtz.
* TVGuide.com also complains that Claire isn't mourning enough. Just because she isn't sitting on the beach in a catatonic state for a days on end, a la Rose, doesn't mean she's not grieving. And I, for one, don't need a soap opera storyline about Claire's sorrow.
* Ah, Naomi. You understood Murphy's law but your boss didn't, and now there's a dysfunctional rescue team running around the island without your guidance (unless you turn out to be one of the undead).
* Ben's mole on the freighter? Odds are on Michael.