Fi visits a very tense Michael in the joint to tell him that she's going to have to get some help from Madeline with the exhumation. As for the escape, they've learned enough from Hill to make a plan. Michael and Juan will have to get to the infirmary and hide in the drug locker within the first 20 minutes of the riot. SOP in the prison is to move it offsite in the event of a riot. And Michael needn't worry about the guards whose job it is to move it, because those guards will be Sam and Jesse in disguise. Michael complains that the infirmary door will be locked, but after popping a piece of gum in her mouth, Fi says Michael has to do some things for himself, and lunges across the table to plant a giant kiss on him. When she gets peeled off (and I'm terribly disappointed that none of the guards bellows, "NO TOUCHING!"), Michael has a set of lockpicks in his mouth. Hot!
Back to the cemetery, which I hope is at least close to the prison. While Madeline stands guard, Fi uses an entire drum of oil to cover up the concrete box containing Simon's stash, on the theory that the oil will prevent the sodium metal inside from coming in contact with the moisture in the air. The theory holds up, and after breaking through the concrete shell, Fi is able to transfer some sodium metal rocks inside the oil into a Mason jar. Good thing what she was looking for was another box inside the first one, or all that oil probably would have wrecked it. But here comes the groundskeeper, which means Madeline has to go intercept him and act like the grieving widow of the person supposedly buried in the grave they've been digging in for whatever time period we're up to now. That hits a bit of a snag when he tells her it's a historic cemetery, and everyone in it has been dead for over a hundred years. But that's long enough for Fi to finish up and get them both out of there, oily box and all. And no, that's not a shot at Fi.
At the prison, Michael's going over the escape plan with Juan. But a couple of guards come to take them out of their cells, which Michael takes as a sign that "Cruz's party is about to get started." Sure enough, the guards lead Michael and Juan to Cruz's cell block, where the security cameras are all torn out and Cruz is waiting in a tiny, screened-over courtyard with some goons armed with pipes. They start by beating down the guards, and while the rest of the prisoners on the other side of the glass -- and indeed, throughout the prison -- start getting wound up and the guards start to respond, Cruz starts in on some big talk about what he's going to do to Michael and Juan. So Michael starts some beating of his own. He handles the goons while Juan handles Cruz, if by "handles" you means "gets curbstomped by." By the time Michael is free to come to Juan's rescue, Juan's leg is broken and the riot is starting in earnest. Michael insists on dragging Juan toward the infirmary, but Juan says they'll never make it with his injury. Michael insists that someone's going to have to leave by the route they planned; it'll just have to be Cruz.