So that enormous guy is on the stand now lying about why he was disciplined, saying he stole some cigarettes and got into a fight with another inmate, and it was his fault. Eli, flummoxed, looks at Keith, who shakes his head, presumably to confirm that that's not what he said in his deposition. Eli tries again, but the guy sticks with his lie, so Keith jumps up and says that he's contradicting his sworn affidavit, and the judge, who's got the eyebrows of a Romulan, reminds him that he could face perjury charges if he's lying. Eli shows him his signed statement, but the guy, without looking at him, says he never signed any such thing. Eli, now might be a good time to remind him that lies make baby Jesus cry. Hey, things are looking desperate!
Eli, Keith, and Maggie enter the room in which Mosley is being held, with Eli seething that the warden got to the witness. Keith says they have nine more inmates to put on the stand, but Mosley thinks it will be a waste of time, as they'll all be toeing the warden's line now. Maggie suggests they find evidence that the warden coerced them into changing their testimony, getting this response from Keith: "Are you always this naïve?" Hee. Eli says they still have a lot of files to sift through, but Keith sends him and Maggie back to the office, saying he'll be there in a minute. If I were in their sleep-deprived, bleary-eyed shoes, I'd be like, "You'll be there now." Since this is TV and they both look fresh as a daisy, though, they head out without a word, affording Keith the opportunity to apologize for his original representation of Mosley -- he was young, and... "You thought I was guilty," Mosley finishes. Keith snaps that Mosley didn't make it easy to believe him with his attitude, but softens and soldiers on, saying he should have looked past all that. Given that we were introduced to Keith via his accusing a black man of intra-race discrimination, this is an interesting revelation, and Keith finishes the apology that he's clearly needed to give for a while.
At night, Maggie and Eli are working, and Eli says he's trying to find anything about the guy Daryl Rhodes that was mentioned in his vision, but he doesn't know who he is, so Maggie shouldn't waste her time there -- she should just go home. Maggie's confused, so Eli, obviously freaked by the offspring-heavy part of his vision, tells her that she shouldn't cancel her life -- he doesn't want to be the reason she and her boyfriend break up. Maggie asks what he's on about, so he apologizes, saying he's really tired but adding that maybe they don't need to spend quite as much alone time together. Ironic that he chooses the moment he's starting to hallucinate from exhaustion to start thinking clearly. Maggie is unhappy but leaves without ado.