Connelly enters the room where his lawyer awaits. "Bad news, the attorney general has circumvented the law of asylum." Connelly asks if that means they've lost the fight. The answer is yes, and a week from that day, Connelly will stand before a British judge. That means he'll hang. Those pesky British!
Flashback of Ryan killing Patrick Keenan, and then of Gloria recapping that he admits to killing Keenan to her, even though she could rat him out to the warden. The present. Ryan enters her office, where she fondles the golden shamrock. She asks him how Cyril is; Ryan replies, "He's a little anxious to get out of protective custody but he's okay." He asks her if she's given thought to "what [they] talked about." She answers, "Any thought? Your little proposition had me sleepless for three nights." He probes for her to continue. The warden asked her a few days ago if she knew anything about Patrick's death. She lied and said she didn't. Ryan looks happy that she covered for him. "Ryan, the medical board is deliberating whether or not I'm qualified to hold this job." She tells him they are questioning her ethics and how at first that fact upset her, but since her actions have been questionable of late, she realizes her "ethics" aren't exactly rock-solid any more. She returns the necklace to him. Ryan pleads, "Look, love is more important than ethics." She disagrees: "Well, now how would you know that? I mean, what ethics you have are completely screwed up." He asks her why she doing this to him. She says she should tell Glynn that he beat Keenan to death, but she won't. She is not going to help him escape and if he asks her again, she will tell the warden about Keenan. She tells the officer that they're done. You go girl! Ryan turns to her before leaving and says, "I do have ethics and I'm not screwed up." She just looks tired as he leaves.