Cut back to the lunchroom. Beecher is with Les, who has information about the kidnapper. After extorting his daughter's dental repairs from Beecher in exchange for the info, Les tells Beecher that Keller hired the kidnapper. Cut to Beecher with an FBI agent, discussing Keller and how he kills for sport. Later, we see the agent in an interrogation room with Keller, asking him about the homosexual murders that occurred before Keller was inslammerated. He questions Keller's sexual preference, since he frequented the same gay bars as the victims. Keller says that fact doesn't make him a killer any more than it makes him gay. He didn't say "gay," but I'm trying to be PC here, people! The agent says, "And yet, you are gay." Keller, "Hee heeeee." They then discuss the bumpy relationship of Keller and Beecher and who gives what to whom. The agent gets to the point and asks about Gary. Keller looks appalled and says, "You must be joking, why would I want to kill Toby's son?" Agent guy leans over and leers, "Now, when have you ever known the FBI to joke?"
Lights out in Em City; Beecher lying in his bunk while Keller brushes his teeth. Beecher with a stony expression. Keller looks at him and asks if he's okay since he's been a little "quiet" all evening. Beecher says, "Let me ask you something, what should I do if I ever find out who killed Gary?" Keller, "Whack 'em. I'll help you." And with that, Keller takes off his shirt and turns around as Beecher pulls a knife and flies off of the bunk, attacking Keller. They struggle, Beecher screaming, "You murdered my son!" The guards bust in and break it up, and as they drag them outside, the two of them go at it again (no, not like that) while all the inmates beat on their pod walls in excitement. Later, we see Les ask Schillinger and Snoops for his payment. Snoops asks Les if his kid's really got rotten teeth.
Hill, with a model of a brain and dressed like a doctor. He pokes around inside the brain, and the gist of his point is that evil is embedded within said evil person.
Schillinger on the payphone. "Hello, Hank? Drop off the other package at the grandparents' house." Pause. "No...alive."