In the visiting room, Mobay greets his partner, who, in case we all don't understand the relationship between them, calls him "partner" whenever she can. Mobay asks her why she's there; she tells him it's because she hasn't heard from him much, and when she does, the e-mails don't make sense. Um, that's because he's been stoned out of his gourd, partner. Mobay's been starring in his very own, very "special" episode of Oz. She scrutinizes him and then asks, "Have you been using?" Mobay says no, but she doesn't buy it: "You have. I can see it in your eyes." Mobay asks what else she sees, and she sees someone in his life that may be going on a long trip. Someone with the initial J. Okay, that didn't happen, but Mobay does say that he's very close to busting these guys and to please not report this. He needs just a little more time. She relents: "Okay, but I want to hear from you every day -- every goddamned day!" At this time, Hill has entered the room (of course) and is greeted by his wife, who kisses him. A shot of Mobay looking at his partner while Hill glances over at Mobay with the look of someone who definitely knows something's rotten and is about to find out what smells.
And we're in Leo Glynn's office, where we see a flurry of activity and cameras. Just in time to help set up the storyline, his wife enters. She looks over at Mobay and asks, "What's the hubbub?" Yes. She actually said that. No, I don't know why. Mobay tells her they are shooting a public service announcement. She then notices his sweaty face and tweaked-out expression and asks if he's okay. Mobay replies, "I may be getting the floo." Yes, indeed, some coke "floo" up his nose and made him all sweaty and strung out. Glynn's wife has already tuned him out and is now asking to speak with Glynn in private. They walk into the bathroom, and she tells him the Tribune is planning to break the story about Glynn's brother, who is currently doing life for murder. Leo accepts the news with little reaction and says he knew it was going to happen. A baseball-hat-wearing director man opens the door without knocking and tells them the schedule is tight. Instead of jabbing hat guy in the eye for interrupting, Leo exits to shoot the commercial, and Mrs. Glynn watches from the doorway while everyone else cocks their heads to listen to the sound of trouble brewing in the marriage.