Em City by morning. Over in The Place Where The Authorities Aren't, Mobay talks at full voice in no uncertain terms with Adebisi and the usual suspects about DRUGS ENTERING OZ. Tomorrow. Pancamo discloses that they are going to "get healthy" tomorrow, which means a new shipment will be arriving. They will not tell Mobay where the shipment is coming from, but they do inform him that he has to recruit five new users, which they call "babies" and which Mobay pronounces in his increasingly fakey-sounding Jamaican accent in the most annoying way possible. Bee-bees. And the "s" is really hard. I would very much like for Mobay to just shut up.
Over in Glynn's office, Mobay meets a detective from the Homicide Department working on the Gergan (Bad cop. Last week. Dead) case. Glynn tells us that Gergan turned state's evidence and "the DA is pissed that his prime witness didn't last a week in Oz." Mobay deadpans that he thought the elevator shaft incident was accidental, but homicide lady's "gut says otherwise." Hey, she knows stuff. Mobay suggests someone found out Gergan was a cop. "No, this is something else." Hey, she knows more stuff. A flashback from last week, intended perhaps for viewers who make a habit of fast-forwarding through the violent parts (ah, to recap a thirty-second show) displays Mobay offing Gergan in the elevator shaft. Mobay offers to help her, and the homicide detective says she'll be sticking around to interview some inmates. She leaves. Glynn keeps Mobay in his office and asks about the status of things. Mobay recounts the fact that drugs are coming into Oz the following day, he just doesn't know from where. He also tells Glynn that they want him to recruit some new buyers, and Glynn reads from page freakin' one of The Complete Idiot's Guide To Sneaky Yet Principled Undercover Chicanery by telling Mobay that, as a police officer, he can't sell drugs, just as he told him so many weeks back that a police officer can't use drugs. Good thing Mobay went so far out of his way to prove Glynn wrong, wrong, wrong. Mobay tells Glynn not to worry, letting him in on a ruse: he'll use the cash he already has and pretend it's from his [lapses into Jamaican accent for just the wrong freakin' word, if you want my opinion on it all] "bee-bees." Shut up, Mobay.