We cut to Beecher reading to his daughter, Holly, in the playroom. The book of choice is Jack and the Beanstalk. At least there's a playroom for these visits and it's not in the gray visiting room, although the playroom looked different last season. Anyway, Beecher finishes with the happily ever after, and we see that Holly's fallen asleep.
Back to Schillinger and his new friend Dylan. You believe in Jesus Christ? Schillinger: "Yes, of course." Dylan: "I want to ask you a question, are you happy?" Vern stares blankly as Dylan goes on to list all the reasons why Vern should be one rope trick away from Hell's gates; then he reaches over and puts his hand on Vern's shoulder, which scares the shit outta me, I gotta tell you. Dylan tells Vern to allow the lord into his soul. Vern looks at him: "Get your fucking hand off me." Dylan slowly removes said hand and uses it to form a steeple. Before we see him open the door, or see any people, we cut to Beecher with his brother. Brother complains about life on the outside -- to his imprisoned brother. "Not only do I have to be a perfect lawyer, I have to be the ideal husband and father." Beecher: "Because I fucked it all up." "Jesus, that's not what I meant." Sure it is, Mr. Sensitive. Beecher: "That's the way Mother and Dad feel especially after the kidnapping." Oh, and there's that thing about him doing another guy, in prison, and his family is probably Republican, so that won't do at all. Speak of the devil -- Keller passes through the area and smirks in the general direction if Beecher and his brother. Brother goes on to say that the parents are just old-fashioned. In comes little Holly, and Beecher picks her up and hugs her (aw). He spots Keller through the window, kissing some blonde woman. Cue the music of tension and angst.
Hey! It's time for Up Your Ante! I like this better than the sock puppets! The question is, what act is referred to by Shakespeare as "the beast with two backs"? Djb just talked about this in his recent Roswell recap. Shout-out? The dumb-ass playing doesn't know the answer. Beecher broodingly watches and says, "Sex." Irritably. To himself. Keller walks up behind him: "Was that your little brother I saw you with? He's cute. He fool around?" Beecher gets up and, without removing his headphones, pushes Keller and walks away. I assume the headphones are cordless.