Alvarez looks at a picture of Rivera from the day of the incident and freaks out, grabbing his head and moaning. He starts sobbing, and Sister Pete comforts him.
Nappa talks into a tape recorder. Man, I just recapped an episode of Felicity yesterday and this is all looking like some bizarre "Dear Sally" crossover. A guy walks into the cell, and introduces himself as Nat Ginsberg, Nappa's new roommate. Nappa tries to set Ginsberg straight about his sexual orientation, but Ginsberg isn't all that interested, asking about Nappa's tape recorder instead. Nappa says he's writing his memoir. Ginsberg knows who Nappa is, and asks whether Nappa is naming names. Nappa replies, "Names, places, felonies." Ginsberg offers to be Nappa's secretary, and Nappa accepts.
Two of the gay guys knock on Pancamo's cell door. Pancamo asks what information they have, and they nod knowingly. Clearly, they've been in touch with Ginsberg. Cut to Pancamo on the phone, telling someone that Nappa is writing a tell-all book about his life. Pancamo hangs up and tells his minion that they need to get the book and "take care of Nappa."
At night, the camera pans up Kenny's naked body. Kenny is tied facedown on his bunk, complete with wrist restraints. In the bunk above him, Adebisi (wearing the little hat, socks, and underwear) wakes up. Adebisi unties Kenny's restraints and tells Kenny that he's going to teach him how to live. Kenny calls Adebisi sick, and Adebisi drags him out of his bunk by the arm. Kenny claims to respect Adebisi, who tells him to get ready to prepare breakfast. Kenny holds his shoulder in pain.
Kenny meets with McManus, who is concerned since so many people close to Kenny have died recently. What McManus doesn't know is that Kenny was behind all of those deaths. McManus says that Kenny's son will need more from him as a father now that the kid doesn't have a mother. McManus wants Kenny to join a parenting program. Kenny agrees, saying that he will do anything for his kid.