Fin heads to Olivia's cell, but her cellmate doesn't know where she is. Shawna, a few cells down, says Kat's busy but she doesn't have a date tonight. Fin orders her to talk him where there aren't any cameras.
The captain's found Olivia hiding behind some boxes. She pretends to give herself up, and he whacks her a couple of times with his baton to show her who's boss. He gets an elbow in the balls for his trouble, and Olivia runs for the door, screaming for help.
Not far away, Shawna's quite taken with Fin's enthusiasm as she leads him to the Sealview No-Tell Motel, but she tells him they can't go down there, because the doorstop on the door in question is up, which is the prison equivalent of the college dorm sock on the doorknob. Fin, wisely, ignores this. And the captain's caught up with Olivia, smacks her around and handcuffs her to the door, sitting down. He unzips his pants. "You bite me, you're dead," he says, and Olivia screams while he grabs hold of her head.
Which is when Fin finally comes riding in like the cavalry, identifying himself as a cop. "She was trying to escape," says the captain. "And you had to drop your pants to stop her," snaps Fin. Olivia, regaining her composure, gets to her feet and tells Lowell Harris he's under arrest for the raping of Ashley Tyler and the attempted murder of a police officer. "You're a cop?" he says. Olivia nods: "Who's the bitch now?" she says.
But there's still a few minutes left, which means there's a twist coming. I guess the attempted rape of Olivia isn't enough. Olivia's interrogating Harris, pointing out that Sealview was his first women's prison after stints at ten men's prison. She says he was dumped at Sealview because he "didn't have the balls" to handle men. And he hates women, so that's why he rapes them. And if he hates women, then that must mean he likes men. All this unnerves Harris, who calls Olivia a "filthy whore" and tells her to shut up. And we're all trying to figure out the point of this.
And here it comes: a lawyer on behalf of the corrections officers union shows up so "this decorated officer" won't be smeared in an attempt to justify their "sleazy undercover operation." Harris and Parker both tested negative for TB, and Ashley's infection was traced back to a group home. "He almost killed me!" says Olivia, and the lawyer says Harris didn't know she was a cop, and corrections officers have every right to strike an inmate to force compliance. "But not the right to try and rape me!" yells Olivia. Yeah, does the lawyer really want to argue this one in court? "She's lying," says Harris, much calmer and more confident now. The lawyer assures Olivia that Sealview's investigating the allegations, but Harris is going home. They leave, and Olivia tells Cragen that this isn't over. She thinks maybe Ashley can identify him, but Cragen tells her Ashley's taken a turn for the worse.