Visiting room; a couple makes out while Carrie waits. Vern enters like the angel of death. He says, "There she is!" and tells her not to get up, hugs her, and listens as she explains she was late because she "had to scrape the snow off the windshield all by [herself]." He asks how she feels; she says "fat," and then tells him the doctor told her she may deliver earlier than her due date. "Carrie I got some news, and it's not good." He tells her he needs her to be strong. She says okay and adjusts herself in her chair. "Hank was killed." She absorbs this and begins whining a bit, then crying and saying "no, no, no" over and over as she gets up and moans around the room. He rises to comfort her, and she yells about how she's going to live with a baby and "no fucking husband" and works herself up into a labor pain. Vern yells for a doctor, and we cut to Dr. Nathan's infirmary-of-love. Carrie screams and sweats while Gloria tells her to "keep breathing," and Vern stands behind Carrie in scrubs and looks decidedly uncomfortable and a bit scared. After Carrie tells Gloria to fuck off for telling her to push, the head appears, and Vern looks like he'll throw up at any moment. Fuzzies all around when Gloria shows the baby to Rosemary and everybody smiles. Vern smiles, then looks sick again.
Cue the rape flashback so that we all know the new inmate, Colonel Edward, is a fuckwad. He gets introduced to Beecher, his new roommate. Do they not have any other damn pod to put these people in? It's getting to be a joke. It really is. Colonel sort of brushes aside Beecher's greeting, which was half-hearted anyway. Cut to the revolving pod as Beecher sits on the throne and goes big potty. That-a-boy! Break the new roomie in quick! Mark your territory! Show us your goods! Beecher tells his new friend he saw on the news how he became Colonel (in the) Clink. Clink says he broke the "code of honor" and deserves his punishment. Beecher wipes his ass and stands up to show us, for one brief moment, how cold the pod has gotten since all that snow fell. Clink tells him he won't have any trouble adapting to Em City, since he's used to being in the company of men. A fight erupts outside; Beecher smirks and quips, "Okay then!"