"He's been was watching us. The whole time. All of us."They go inside and climb the stairs to the top. There's a huge mirror in the middle of the room mounted atop a horizontal wooden wheel. A rope and pulley system is used to move the heavy wheel. There's also an old telescope aimed out one of the openings. Jack asks where Jacob is, and Hurley says he isn't there. Hurley is supposed to turn the wheel to 108 degrees, and goes over to the pulley. As the mechanism works and the wheel slowly turns, a fleeting image of a Korean temple catches Jack's eye. He looks outside but there's nothing there. He turns back, and the image is gone. Jack looks more carefully at the teeth on the wheel and sees penciled into the wood next to each numbered degree is a name. His own name is at 23 degrees, and he tells Hurley to turn it there. In the mirror is a reflection of the house he grew up in. Jack realizes that Jacob was watching him. Frustrated, he gets angry and wants Hurley to ask Jacob right now why he was watching him. Hurley says Jacob isn't there, and Jack gets more angry. Jack grabs the telescope and slams it into the mirror, shattering it, and then leaves.
"You know, when I was your age, my father didn't want to see me fail either. He used to say to me that... He said I didn't have what it takes."WHOOOSH to the auditorium as David is unlocking his bike to ride home. Jack walks up and says he was great in there. David is surprised to see Jack there. He thought he could get back home before Jack returned from grandma's house. Jack thought David had stopped playing, and David said he started again but made mom promise not to tell. Jack asks why. David says it was always such a big deal to Jack that he didn't want Jack to see him fail. Jack is taken aback by this. He tells David that his father didn't want him to fail either, except he used to tell him that Jack didn't have what it takes. He spent the rest of his life carrying that around, and he never wanted David to feel that way. Jack loves David, and in his eyes he could never fail. He just wants to be a part of David's life.
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