This is my favorite scene. Robson wheels the mail into Unit J while Al and Mobay arm-wrestle. He first delivers a letter to Mobay and smirks, "Another letter from your wife. She sounds worse and worse. I think you should let her come visit." Mobay glares and sarcastically thanks him for reading his private mail. Robson snarks, "My pleasure." And turns his attention to Al, who receives magazines, one of them being a nudie-mag that Robson already scoped out for him, so as to tip him to where the best pictures are. As Robson turns to go, he looks at Clayton and does an air-jab while saying "Oooh, nothing for you today, tough guy." Clayton mutters, "Bite me." Shout-out? I think so, because I always say that. And that means I own it. Robson, turns and lisps, "Where?" which makes Clayton lunge for him. Claire restrains Clayton and tells him if he "keeps it up, [she'll] have to spank him." When she tells Robson to leave, he shouts, "Yes SIR!" and makes obscene gestures at Clayton while grabbing his crotch. It's just funny. I'm kind of digging Robson lately. Not like that, ya perv, I just think he's funny. Clayton gets locked in his cell and he spits to Claire, "Uncuff me!" She retorts, "First you have to learn not to run with scissors!" Clayton huffs around his cell while Mobay and Alvin shake their heads, tsk-tsking at the anger of it all. Mobay observes to Al that they've "tried being nice," and maybe they should talk to the warden. Well, Leo certainly will have the time to listen he's never doing anything anyway.
Waiting area outside Leo's office. "Bore"-ia trying pathetically to open one of her desk drawers, and Mobay sits there like drooling-idiot-boy and offers to help. He, of course, opens it quite easily, which pisses me off. The whole storyline around Bore-ia pisses me off, actually. She's stupid and prissy. And hyper. Leo opens his office door and tells John/Mobay to come in. Mobay compliments Leo on his redecorated office. Oh, shut up. It's not that great. Mobay tells him he's there to talk about Clayton. Leo assumes he's there to lecture him on not visiting the crackpot enough and starts apologizing up and down. Then the subject gets turned to Mobay's marriage and how he hasn't called his wife or allowed her to come visit. Dialogue about needing to overcome his feeling of mortification and "chin-up!" while Leo advises him to not push her away too may times, or she may just ease on down the road to someone NOT in jail who actually will talk to her. Next we see Mobay on the payphone back in Unit J, asking his wife to come see him. Sometimes, I swear I hear his old accent.