Shower. Adebisi looks in the mirror and sees Slipcover Guy's reflection, but when he wheels around, it's Prag Boy. So he's hallucinating now that he's off the smack? I want to understand the point of all this, but I don't. In more mundane mews, Adebisi gestures to Prag Boy to enter. Apparently the hallucination wasn't that scary.
Adebisi heads up to the balcony, where Ryan is waiting. He asks what happened with Slipcover Guy, but Adebisi says he's just a crazy old man. Ryan asks if he's going to take care of Nappa soon. Adebisi blows him off and asks Wangler where the CD player is. Wangler retrieves it from a panel in the ceiling. So how come Adebisi is always allowed to walk around with his headphones playing? That never bothered me before, but if they're going to the trouble to hide a CD player, I'd think a Walkman would be contraband too. Wangler asks what they're going to do about Nappa, but Adebisi ignores him as well. Wangler: "If your balls end up in a cannoli, don't say shit to me." Hee. Adebisi listens to the music and stares out at the main area. He closes his eyes, and the music turns tribal. When he opens them, Em City is dark, except for the light coming from the tribal festival. What tribal festival? The one that's currently going on downstairs, with Slipcover Guy as the ringleader. It's like there's a party in Adebisi's head and everyone's invited. Adebisi stares in disbelief, and eventually screws up his face in a look of terror that's unintentionally hilarious. Right then, he snaps out of the hallucination. Not too many people notice until he smashes the CD player against the railing. I guess it'll be MP3 players from now on -- after all, what are they going to do if he perpetrates illegal downloads, put him in jail? Downstairs, Nappa, whose hammy accent is making it sound like Cyril's not the only one in Oz who's a bit "slow," asks Pancamo if he believes in "voodoo, the power of magic." Chuckie says no, so I wonder why, then, he felt the need to kill Peter Schibetta. Nappa says he does, and tells some story about menstruation and tomato sauce that I'd rather not repeat, and then declares that someone has Adebisi under a spell. Well, Ryan does give him that sly come-hither stare, but I don't think that's whom he's talking about.
Hill jabbers about animals attacking each other as we see a clip of a leopard killing a gazelle. The leopard actually runs up a tree with the gazelle in its mouth, which was pretty cool. Oh, the monologue? It sucked my bones dry.