Ray's Bar, present day. Ray takes the trash outside, telling his bartender he'll be right back. As he's dealing with the dumpster, he hears a gun cocking behind him. "Don't move," a voice says. He turns slowly towards his would-be attacker and frowns as he recognizes him. "Guy?" Guy beats him upside the head with his gun.
Flashback to the infirmary. Dr. Beau stitches up young Ray's head wound. Warden James and Deputy Tiller come by for a look and question why Tommy Madsen went after Ray. Tiller seems suspicious about the whole thing, thinking they must know each other. Warden James points out that Alcatraz is full of murderers and the like. An inmate turning violent isn't exactly surprising, but Tiller suspects that Ray is there to break Tommy out of prison. He wants Ray gone. James leaves the decision up to Guy: "Shall we pull Archer close to our teat, or send him on his merry way?" What a visual! Guy vouches for Ray.
Alca-Hub. Doc goes through Guy's old belongings, noting that it's all "good-guy stuff" that they don't usually get to deal with. Rebecca says there hasn't been anything in the news that would point to Guy. Then she gets a call from the bartender saying that Ray went to take the trash out and didn't come back inside. She and Hauser head for the door, wondering if Guy might be involved. Doc calls her back, having just found a picture. "It's Hastings and Ray," she says. "They knew each other." Yeah, thanks for connecting those dots for us.
Ray wakes up in his apartment some time later to find Guy digging through his shelves. "What the hell is going on?" Ray asks. "You died." Guy's not into answering things. Instead, he wants to know about Tommy Madsen. Ray tries to pretend like he only knew Tommy from Alcatraz, but Guy finds a framed photograph of the two of them. Guy throws the picture to the floor. "Where is he?" he asks. "He's dead," Ray says. "He died in '64." Guy says Tommy's back, same as he is. This seems to give Ray a little pause. Guy demands to see Tommy's son.
Bar. Hauser and Rebecca show the bartender Guy's picture. You know, if they're trying to keep this whole thing a secret, maybe they should Photoshop those pictures so they don't look like they're from the 1950s. The bartender says he saw Guy standing across the street earlier. He remembered him because at the time, he was like, "Hey, isn't that Hoyt from True Blood?"