In the hole, Healy tells Rebadow that the videotape doesn't exist. Rebadow says he doesn't believe him, and Healy throws him in the hole for a couple days. Great fucking plan, Beecher.
Ryan enters what looks like his pod to find Beecher sitting on the bed. I was hoping it would come to this. Damn -- Ryan just tells him he hears he talked to Keane despite his warnings. "That took some balls. You starting to grow some balls, Beecher?" Let's find out! Show, don't tell! Beecher sighs that he used to have balls, and he thought he could grow his back by saving Keane, but he realizes now that that was a futile effort. Ryan sits behind him and grins lasciviously. Beecher asks if he's got any "dope," but Ryan says he needs an upgrade, and sticks out his hand, which has a bit of heroin on it. Beecher Hoovers it right up. I knew he couldn't resist our poster boy.
Hill talks about bugs. Stop bugging me, Hill.
Said, glower turned up to eleven, tells Glynn how outraged he is as a man of color at the verdict in Keane's trial. The subtext nicely echoes Pete's dismissive comment from earlier. Said goes on that, as a Muslim, he's concerned with Keane's soul, and that he wants to serve as Keane's imam. Glynn asks Mukada, who's walking with them into PC/DR, if that's okay with him, and Mukada assents. Glynn permits Said to talk to Keane, but only about spiritual matters, saying that if there's any shit-stirring, "I will give him a rabbi." Said rubs his temple all, "I really need to stop clenching my teeth. It's giving me migraines." Said reaches Keane's cell and reaches a hand through the bars, which Keane grasps.
On Prison TV, a female reporter tells us that tension is growing as the execution draws near. Pete gets a clip, saying she doesn't believe in murder, while Mineo thinks lethal injection is too comfortable a way to die. We learn that Keane's execution is the next day. A couple more interviews, and then Said, who's looks more stressed out than a UPN lineup planner now that Buffy The Vampire Slayer has been canceled, falls over.
McManus enters Gloria's office. She tells him that Keane's sister is in kidney failure, which has been diagnosed as fatal. McManus tries to blame himself for all the deaths, but he's obviously only so doing so that Gloria will tell him otherwise, which she sort of does. Try telling me that, McManus! I'll give it to you straight! They start to flirt, but thankfully, an orderly rushes in and tells Gloria she's needed. Said, you may be one stressed-out dude, but your timing's impeccable. The man in question gets wheeled in and looked after as Hill takes us through the five stages of grief. He tells us, "In Oz, we know all about acceptance."