Sayid sees right through Michael. He can tell that Michael is compromised, that he's getting his orders from somewhere else. Once again, Michael is willing to do anything to get Walt back. Well, everything except finding a way to get Walt back that doesn't involve killing or trading off his friends. He doesn't seem to care at all about anyone but Walt, but how is he ever going to explain himself to his son when Walt starts asking how he freed him? He can't seem to face his own actions, struggling to grasp the deaths of two people at his hands.
[caption id="attachment_2783" align="alignnone" width="580"] Not sure how much more of Michael I can take...[/caption]
At the end of the episode though, there is a new development he'll have to account for: a boat appears. Who is in the boat, and what it is doing at the island, we have yet to find out. But I think it might cause some complications for Michael which, at this point, I gladly welcome. This man needs to pay for his actions, and I want more than a guilty conscience for him to live with! Once again, I wonder if the island is still a purgatory for actions committed on the island, or only for those done before.