Hospital. Nurse Nasty smacks a patient on the nose, which is always good for a giggle, and then Leo shows up to inform Morales that he's being returned to Em City. Enrique is suitably grateful, although he does ask the warden if he knows anything about Nurse Nasty. Then he bashfully admits that he's afraid of her, which is also good for a giggle. Leo tells him that his medication must be messing with his head, and leaves without ever knowing just how right he's about to be.
Next we get Dave Brass, who finds Neck String Bobby in the Em City computer cluster and tries to convince him that Morales is the one to blame for the whole stolen lottery money thing. In other words, Brass O'Reilys Rebadow. And he's not very good at it, so I'm not going to bother recapping it.
Elsewhere, Murphy is being berated by Claire in the guards' lunch room. She's obviously pissed about getting disciplined by Leo, but even though her little spiel includes the hilarious phrase "Justice? Justice my pink ass!" I'm still having a hard time understanding how their punishment for performing unauthorized surgery on an inmate is only the loss of a single week's vacation. For God's sake, if you take out a tendon on a football field, even the NFL will suspend you for longer than that. Especially if you pull out a Sharpie and sign it when you're done. Claire stomps off to go buy some pig's blood in anticipation of the big awards banquet, and then McManus comes in to subject us all to a long touchy-feely where he tries to come to grips with the fact that his best friend has opted to eschew the healing powers of meditative mazes and instead apply a more direct form of rehabilitative therapy. Sensing that perhaps Officer Murphy hasn't been penalized enough for his crimes, Timmy demands that Murphy buy him dinner that night as further punishment. Oh, yeah. That'll learn him.