Beecher and Keller's pod. Beecher in front of the mirror, adjusting his tie. "I've wanted to ask you something, Chris, but I wasn't sure if I wanted the answer." Keller waits. "Was I the first man?" Keller snickers before the last word even makes its way out of Beecher's mouth. Beecher, without emotion: "I guess that answers my question." "No, no." Keller knits his brow and starts fidgeting with Beecher's tie. "I just think this is a weird conversation to be having before you go to your son's funeral." Beecher continues, "The FBI says you're responsible for a series of homosexual murders." Keller starts to protest, but Beecher plods on wearily to his point: "I just need to know whether you have ever felt this way with a man." Keller assures him, rather genuinely, that he has never felt the way he feels with Beecher. Awww. It's actually a very believable scene between the two. Beecher ain't buyin' it, though. "You're lying." And he's out of the pod. Cut to Beecher in the room with his son's coffin. He kneels in front of it and places his hands over the top. As he rests his head on top of it, he says, "Sweet dreams, baby."
Mukada in a room. Schillinger is shown in. Mukada cuts right to the chase. He tells Schills about Shirley's "code" and that he knows it's Schillinger who fathered her child. Schillinger, of course, denies all charges with a completely straight face, and even goes as far as to say he would have loved to schtup Shirley. God, I miss her. Mukada: "I don't know you or what you're capable of -- I know your reputation, but I find it hard to believe you could cut the hand off a small child." Schillinger calmly denies having anything to do with Gary's death. Mukada tells Schillinger that Beecher is the one who found Hank. Schillinger tells Mukada that he knows, and that it was obviously to get back at him. Mukada vehemently denies this malarkey and shares the very special news that Beecher was attempting to make things right with Schillinger. Vern absorbs this as only Vern can as Mukada implores, "If you have any decency inside you...if you have a soul." Eh? What are you, new? He has no soul! Schillinger exits without a word.