Groves goes to confession. Mukada quickly realizes he's not Catholic, and asks what he's doing there. Groves says he got caught sneaking into the morgue again. "You ever seen a guy with his prick cut off?" I need to bring this guy to the next party I attend where I don't know anybody. He goes on that they let him out of the hole to go to confessional. Mukada says he has to go back, but Groves says he's thinking of converting, as he's been reading up on transubstantiation, which is a word which undoubtedly brings a rose, a catwalk, and a foot to mind if you've read More Tales Of The City. Mukada inexplicably doesn't see the punchline coming as he blathers about the Eucharist becoming the body of Christ, finally prompting Groves to ask, "Now how could I not get behind a religion like that?" Mukada smiles uncomfortably. Hee.
New inmate: Wangler. Adebisi seems to be his sponsor. Adebisi brings him to Keane, who's apparently his new roommate. We flash back to Wangler getting in an argument with a boy in front of what I assume is their high school. Wangler shoots the kid dead, and once he realizes what he's done, runs off. "Prisoner Number 97W566. Kenneth Wangler. Sixteen years old, tried as an adult." Murder one, twenty years, parole in six. Wangler tells Keane he wants in with his crew, and Keane says he'll think about it. Adebisi gets ruffled, asking what there is to think about, but Keane yells at him. Adebisi sends Wangler out and tells Keane they'll need everyone they can get against the Wise Guys. He leaves. Keane's wound tighter than the Seinfeld cast in the "contest" episode. There's an idea for you, Keane. Just make sure Said isn't in visual range.
The Muslims have just finished prayer. Wangler introduces himself to Said, saying he's been wanting to shake his hand. Keane observes this. Said smiles and welcomes Wangler. He sits him down and tells him he's been robbed of his youth. Tell that to the sixteen-year-old lying in the cold ground because of him, Said. Sheesh. Said lectures Wangler about his relationship with God as Keane listens from a short distance away. Said tells Wangler he wants him to be in his "gang." No you don't, Said. ["Seriously. Wangler isn't my Most Annoying Inmate, but he's definitely in the top five." -- Sars] Later, the Muslims, along with Wangler, do sit-ups and chant in the basketball area. Keane again watches from the weight room. More in the same vein in the cafeteria. Wangler looks like this is getting old for him fast. In the main area, the Muslims kneel as, next to them, two Aryans mock doing it doggy-style. Perhaps that's the last straw for Wangler, as he hightails it out of there. Keane, however, keeps watching. Later, Keane calls his wife, but gets her father. He quickly gets the idea that Mavis isn't exactly honoring her wedding vows. And he didn't even get a honeymoon, unless there was a scene with Adebisi that ended up on the cutting room floor.