Flashback to the Fatima Fire news story and the announcement of Mukada's defection to Benchley Memorial. Leo's telling Big Clarence that he's headed to solitary, where the blowjobs will be few and far between. To avoid solitary, Clarence offers intelligence about the origin of the burn order, and Leo apparently agrees to negotiate, as he's listening to Kirk plead innocence in the very next scene. Leo points out that Kirk calls lots of people liars, as Kirk grows increasingly smug because Leo has no hard evidence. Then Leo switches into Intimidating Cop mode and reminds Kirk that Mukada is a good friend of his, that he was besting prisoners when Kirk was nothing but a zygote, and that he'll get him sooner or later. Leo stomps out, leaving Kirk looking a bit shaken.
Leo explains the situation to Hoyt, who claims that there's not much point in lying when on death row and agrees to find another inmate to corroborate his story about Kirk's role in Jim Burns's death. Back in the admin offices, Kirk waits outside Leo's door. An inmate walks out and gives Kirk a knowing smile. Leo follows, announces that Kirk's being charged with the murder of Jim Burns, as Max has just verified Hoyt's story, and instructs a guard to take Kirk to solitary until the trial begins: Death Row, Murder One. Kirk starts to grovel, stripped suddenly of his evil demeanor and most apologetic for being a bad, bad boy, as Leo quotes some forbidding lines of gospel and a guard drags the wicked little redhead to his fate.