Cut to Pete doing exactly that, saying it would just be until he finds a place to live. Glynn agrees, although he'll have to stay in Unit B, and he'll be "at risk." Did Poet spread his crack to these characters here? Aside from the fact that I don't think Glynn would have the authority to spend taxpayer money housing someone who's not in the system, the potential lawsuit exposure when (er, I mean "if"!) something untoward happens to Sippel would be prohibitive. Also, it appeared that he was in protective custody during his jail time (and it makes sense that he would have been, because pedophiles are loathed even among prisoners, as the coming Schillinger incident illustrates, yet he survived in Oz for ten years), so why not put him back in there? Can we please come up with a plotline that doesn't resemble the surface of the moon? Lord. Pete's next task is to find Sippel a job, but Mukada, who's lurking in the doorway, says that he's got a discretionary fund from the diocese, and that Sippel can be his assistant. So why doesn't Sippel drag a cot into Mukada's office and sleep there? That couldn't be any worse than the subway, right? What horseshit this is.
Mukada shows Sippel into his office, and claims that he's been in need of an assistant, as he's not very organized. Sippel notes that Mukada is "still" uncomfortable around him, since it's been TWO DAYS since he got out. Mukada is spared from the awkwardness of having to answer by the ringing of his phone, which Sippel answers with a "Chaplain's Office." After a brief conversation, he hangs up and informs Mukada that a patient in the hospital is on the bank of the river Jordan, and would like the Anointing. Mukada gets a box off the shelf and moves toward the door, but Sippel takes the box from him and says, "If I'm really here to help you, Father, then let me help you," because Mukada couldn't handle carrying a two-pound box by himself, I suppose. Mukada hesitantly smiles the smile of I've Just Realized That Child Molesters Are People Too, and they go off together.