Sister Pete and Gloria are having an informal session together. Gloria admits to Pete, "I have hated Ryan O'Reily for so long, so deeply he is responsible for the death of my husband. And Keenan too, all for me." Sister looks at her with an "uh-oh" expression. Gloria continues, "Ryan's love is enormous." I'll just leave that one right. Where. It is. Pete: "It's anything but unconditional, Gloria, he's dangerous. He has feelings you don't share." The statement hangs in the air and crashes back to Earth. "But I do I do share his feelings." Long pause here as we all collect ourselves. "I love Ryan O'Reily." D'oh! Sell-out plot! We're all whores! We cut to the following morning as Ryan, leaving the infirmary in his sweat jacket, casts a look in Gloria's direction that makes her look away. It's all very romantic, but still a damn sell-out.
Blah blah black sheep have you any bull? Hill waxes about Chris Columbus. When he landed in America, blah blah Indians, wanted them to change, cover up their naked bodies, stop smoking peyote and do things their way. The Indians responded by hurting them real bad.
The inmates are watching a newscast of Governor Gremlin as he's inaugurated into another term, still in a wheelchair as a result of the shooting. They're all bitching about the entertainment of choice, and Beecher yells to Murphy to change the channel. Poet's all, "We should petition the Gov to get us some cable in here." Cyril mentions to Hill that Gov has "wheels" like him. We then see Glynn, in his office, watching the same broadcast as Pete enters and asks if he wishes he were up there. "Do you regret dropping out of the race?" Glynn sort of smiles and says, "No."