“I feel for you John, I really do. You keep hitting dead ends. Couldn’t find the cabin, can’t make contact with Jacob, you’re so desperate to figure out what to do next, you’re even asking me for help. So here we are, just like old times. Except I’m locked in a different room. And you’re more lost than you ever were.”
“I know what you’re trying to do. It’s not gonna work.”
“Excellent, John! You’re evolving!”
“Done with your breakfast?”
JOHN you are so bad at not letting Ben get under your skin! SO, SO BAD AT IT. Always with the losing-your-cool-as-soon-as-you-leave-the-room thing, Which leads to the Ben-heard-that-and-he-knows-he-hit-a-nerve thing, which inevitably leads to Ben getting his way and you ending up with the short end of the stick. Also, you just wasted the last two eggs, John. Shame on all fronts.
P.s. I do enjoy the psychology of Locke asserting himself as the new leader by moving in to Ben’s old house.