Hallway. Glynn walking with Said and a guard. Glynn is telling Said, "I don't want to release Robson from solitary any more than you do but I have no choice…Carl Jenkins committed suicide, and a good defense attorney could shoot holes through his testimony." Said recaps why Robson should be punished as they reach the gate to Em City. Glynn says that keeping him in solitary would be "unjust." Said: "Now why is it that justice only works in somebody else's favor?" He then enters Em City to be greeted by the Muslims, who all seem to be wearing the fall collection from J.Crew. Cut to the library, where Said is standing face to face with Arif, telling him he has such rage inside him. Arif tells him he's always been able to control such emotions. Said insists that he feels "possessed." Arif suggests that Said pray to Allah for peace. Said: "Pray? I pray, and I pray and I…" Robson and Schillinger, entering, cut him off. Robson smirks, "Yo! Sorry about what happened to Leroy Tidd." Said goes berserk and begins growling and throwing punches. Arif knocks Schillinger out with one punch. Said continues beating on Robson. He hits him over and over while a guard tries to get into the room but can't. We see Said still hitting. Sort of a visual testament to his craziness, in case we didn't get it yet. Cut to the hole. Said is ushered inside while we fade to a bloody mangled Robson in the infirmary, muttering slurs to himself while a nurse shakes her head. Then we see Arif holding court with the Muslims regarding the current situation. He tells them the Aryans must be punished. Cut to Schillinger with the Aryans, telling them basically the same thing, but about the Muslims. It's war, y'all. Schillinger wants them all to carry weapons whenever they can.
Schillinger enters Mukada's office, where Reverend Dylan awaits him. "What the fuck is this all about?" Dylan tells him Mukada lent his office to him because they all fear an escalation in hostilities between the Aryans and the Muslims. Schillinger confirms that there is about to be a rumble and that Dylan himself should watch out. Dylan says he's aware that Vern thinks Robson was "turned in" by Dylan, but Dylan insists that what he did, he did "in the name of justice." Schillinger differs: "No, what you did, you did because Robson got pissed when you tried to turn me into a psalm singer." Dylan admits that he never intended to convert Vern, but to "bring joy into [his] life." He uses the grandspawn as an example. Vern softens by opening up about his fears that the spawn is not his, thus making it a mere baby. He asks Dylan if he ever got around to asking Sara if she asked Carrie about her ever being a prostitute. Dylan says he did, and it never came up in their conversations, although he didn't instruct Sara to ask her directly. Schillinger says he's due to visit with Carrie and the alleged spawn in one hour. Dylan poses a challenge to that, saying, "Unless the warden puts the entire prison in lockdown." He makes a deal with Vern: if he ensures there will be no problems between the Aryans and the Muslims for right now, Dylan will arrange for the warden not to lockdown so Vern can visit with Carrie and get to the bottom of the baby with fourteen dads. My, my -- Dylan sure has power for an inmate. Why, exactly, would the warden listen to Dylan? I mean, Jim Walsh wouldn't even let him take his daughter to Mexico!