Lunchroom. Tug sits next to Hill and asks, "How does it feel?" Hill: "How does what feel?" Basically, how it feels to be a snitch. Tug tells Hill that Burr instructed that Hill not be killed because of their history together but, when the old man dies, Tug will be free to kill him. I guess in prison people sometimes make long-term hit plans. Up walks Supreme, who asks Tug what's up. A guard helpfully suggests that they break it up. Supreme leans down to Hill: "This is all I'm sayin', Augustus, you ain't got no friends, 'cept me." Poor Augustus. He really doesn't. P.S.: I've had those little juice bottles they drink in the lunchroom, they're really gross. Oh, and [sic]! We cut to the library, where Supreme and Tug pretend to read books while sitting back-to-back and discussing the sheer genius of the two of them teaming up over their shoulders. Supreme makes mention of his surprise when Tug originally came to him, and how he didn't figure on that since he greased Tug's brother and all. Neither one of them sees Colonel Clink enter the room. Tug explains, "When I shanked you, and you didn't die? I knew you had balls." Cut to the army pod, where Clink tells Burr of the conversation. Clink says it doesn't take a genius to figure out that Tug is a traitor. Burr: "I always had my suspicions." Clink asks what he plans to do. Burr hisses, "I'll give him a fair trial…before he's executed."
Gym. We see Poet entering before the camera cuts to Tug, tied in a chair, bloody and beaten. Not a guard in sight. So, they can go to the gym and just kill people, because the guards are busy looking for their asses based on a map of a hole in the ground. Burr follows Poet in while grousing, "This court is now in session." Oh please, pipe down and just kill him already. Poet: "Tug Daniels, you're being accused of the three disses: disloyal, dishonest and disrespectful." Burr asks Tug how he pleads. Tug tells them to cut the bullshit and kill him if that's what they plan to do. Word. Poet says he was seen fraternizing with Supreme Allah. Tug gets all logical on Burr when he points out that he's about to be killed for the same crime Hill committed. He tells Burr he's getting old and soft. Burr gets pissed and leans close to the bloody face. He spouts about how he "hereby sentences" him, and proceeds to strangle Tug. Then he hisses the rest of the sentence: "To deeeeath." He tells them to dump the body in a garbage can.
Cafeteria. Ryan dumps a bag of trash and, of course, spies a bloody hand. He alerts Officer Robinson. The guards call for a lockdown. Ryan walks by Supreme and sidebars that Tug is dead. We see Hill look up as Supreme warns him that if they aren't careful, they'll end up the same way. Supreme leaves and passes Burr, who is grinning evilly.