The next we see of this young lady, it's the next morning and she's being wheeled away in a body bag. The A-Team shows up to wonder why Clarence has started killing when he was innocent of the original crime. The Chief of Police asks Hauser to meet with him later. Hey, whatever it takes to get him out of the scene. Rebecca and Doc wander off and notice the catering van. He just left that there all night? They take a look at the menu. Annie May's smoked pork ribs make another appearance. Has Clarence been back long enough to work his recipes into a wedding menu? Those things are decided pretty well in advance. I'm thinking too much again.
Flashback. A guard pulls Clarence from his cell, punches him for good measure, and then escorts him downstairs. They pass through the Broadway cell block along the way so that Clarence can endure the shouts and slurs of white inmates. In a dank basement I don't think we've seen before, guards strap Clarence into a chair. Dr. Beauregard injects him with something. He turns on a film projector and tapes Clarence's eyelids open. "If it works in one direction," Beauregard says, "I don't see why it can't work in reverse." He zaps Clarence with 60 volts of electricity while gory images flash across the screen. Some appear to be of his dead girlfriend, others of random acts of violence and mutilation. "Enjoy the movie," Beauregard says.
Present. Rebecca and Doc head to the caterer. Clarence sees them from the kitchen and bolts. Rebecca chases after him, but loses him outside.
Flashback. Clarence is now on laundry duty. Tiller comes in to rub a meat tenderizer in his wounds. "Can't say I didn't warn you," Tiller says. "This prison isn't ready for a cook like you." Clarence keeps working and tries to ignore him, but Tiller really insists on showing his ass. "You people just don't realize what you are." Clarence finally looks at him. "You people?" he echoes. Tiller clarifies. He's not talking about "coloreds" but about criminals. Clarence tries to hold onto his last shred of innocence, but Tiller insists he killed his girlfriend. "Now get back to work, son." With that, Tiller departs to submit his application for the Asshole of the Year award. A prisoner comes in to pick up his laundry. It's that chatty guy who so infuriated Ernest Cobb a few episodes back. He's just as chatty now. Clarence picks up a box cutter (would they really let prisoners have access to those?) and slits the poor guy's throat right when he's in the middle of complimenting Clarence's cooking. (He sneaked a taste in the middle of the fight.) Oh, Clarence -- you're supposed to kill your critics, not your fans! Clarence looks confused as Chatty Cathy drops to the floor. He sees flashes from the torture reel and begins to pose his still-twitching victim's body.